Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries

2024-2025 NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellows Program - Apply Today!

The NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellows Program is designed for librarians with prior management experience. In most cases, the baseline for candidates to be considered for selection is a minimum of three to five years of experience that demonstrates a career track in administrative positions or progressive leadership responsibilities. NLM and AAHSL are committed to building diverse candidate pools and ensuring diversity of participation in the program and library leadership by considering the relevance of a broad portfolio of leadership responsibilities.          

Each year the program selects a small class of fellows (about five) for the incoming class. In addition to the criteria below, the Leadership Fellows Program recognizes and values the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching and supporting the mission of academic health sciences libraries, and actively seeks applications from individuals with varying identities and backgrounds. 

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Applications will close at 11:59 PM PT on June 28, 2024.


2024 New and Interim Director Symposium - Apply Today!

Announcing a Symposium for New and Interim Directors The New and Interim Directors Symposium will focus on opportunities and challenges experienced by new and interim directors with programming tailored to meet the specific goals of the cohort. Starting at the AAHSL meeting in November, the Symposium will be led by M.J. Tooey, MLS, AHIP, FMLA. The program overview, goals, and requirements are available for review before you apply.

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Applications will close at 11:59 PM PT on June 16, 2024.


President's Message

   Stephanie Fulton, MSIS, AHIP, FMLA

    AAHSL President 2023-2024

May 14, 2024

The summer is quickly approaching and there has been quite a bit of activity for AAHSL since March! I am happy to share upcoming scholarship and leadership opportunities and other items of interest.

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