The annual event brings together STEM librarians from around the region to collaborate and learn about current trends in technology.
WHAT: Texas Tech University Libraries will host the Texas STEM Librarians Conference in an effort to bring together science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) librarians from around the region. The event, which began in 2011, encourages librarians to attend professional presentations, collaborate with regional colleagues and learn about current trends in STEM publications and technology.
This year's conference will include a reception, tour and a discussion panel featuring academic and library community members, including Patricia DeLucia, associate vice president for research; Joni Blake, executive director of the Greater Western Library Alliance; and Kristi Park, executive director of Texas Digital Library.
The conference is open to all STEM-related disciplines, including administrators, faculty, students and community members.
WHEN: July 21-22 (Complete Schedule)
WHERE: Conference held at University Library with reception at the Bayer Museum of Agriculture, 1121 Canyon Lake Drive.
CONTACT: Jessica Simpson, STEM librarian, Texas Tech University Libraries, (806) 834-7878 or Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org