The University of Chicago Library is seeking student representatives for the Library Student Resource Group (LSRG).
The LSRG serves as a formal channel of communication between students and the Library administration. The Group discusses the collections and services provided through all of the University’s campus libraries — Crerar, D’Angelo, Eckhart, Mansueto, Regenstein, and SSA — and the present and future needs of the student community. The LSRG assists in making specific recommendations to improve the Library and considers proposals for future changes in services. Finally, members of the LSRG discuss how the Library can raise awareness of its offerings among students, and how students can communicate their wishes, needs, and concerns to the Library.
The LSRG meets two times a quarter during the regular academic year. Representatives serve two-year terms. Judith Nadler, Director and University Librarian, chairs the group.
The Library is currently accepting applications from students in the following academic programs:
- The Biological Sciences Division
- The Social Sciences Division
- The College – Class of 2015, 2016, and 2017
If you are interested in serving on the LSRG, please complete the online applications below by October 31, 2013:
If you would like additional information about the group, or would prefer to complete the application via e-mail, please contact:
Librarian for College Instruction & Outreach