Happy New Year from LIS Lady!

Happy New Year readers! I am now officially an MLIS or Master of Library and Information Science. Woot! My degree was awarded on December 22, 2010 by San Jose State University. Yay, me. This next year will bring a job search and other projects. For January, I will begin as dramaturg for the Chabot College Theater Department’s spring production of The Grapes of Wrath. Additionally, I will work on a statement to submit to the U.S. Copyright Office regarding the possibility of bringing pre-1972 sound recordings under federal protection. This will tie in to work performed Summer 2010 as part of my internship at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA, and my research proposal developed Fall 2010, while finishing my MLIS. So my new year is off to a jump start. I hope you will join me along the way, as I blog about my professional life adventures.

Stephanie Roach is LIS Lady, the Library and Information Science Lady

Stephanie Roach is LIS Lady, the Library and Information Science Lady


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  2. Stephanie, we are proud of you! Your work, and your enthusiasm for the work, have paid off, and will continue to serve you well. What a great play to launch your dramaturgical career path; I have long wished that OSF would bring ‘Grapes of Wrath’ to the Ashland stage. Saw it some years ago at Sacramento Theatre Company, an excellent production. And I recently re-read the book, and was completely mesmerized by the language and descriptions. We wish you all the best — John, too! Susan & David

    • Susan and David –
      Thank you so much for your kind words and support! I, too, would love to see “Grapes” staged at OSF, and I am learning so much about it already. I’m looking forward to new professional opportunities–and adventures.
      – Stephanie

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