LRS - DU Fellowship
Each year, the Library Research Service awards three to four Fellowships to students in the Library and Information Science Program, Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver. A Fellowship candidate must be supported by a DU LIS faculty member, complete an application, and submit a resume and writing sample. Based on a review of this information by the LRS staff, three to four finalists are selected for each vacancy. Interviews of finalists by the LRS staff and at least one representative of the DU LIS faculty provide the basis for selection of the Fellowship recipient.
An LRS Fellowship is an honor which offers opportunities to begin to develop a personal professional network, to gain experience both in designing and implementing research and in publishing and presenting its findings, and to develop advanced research and project management skills. Previous recipients are now employed in high-profile positions with the Library of Congress, the Colorado State Library, a variety of libraries and information centers in Colorado and beyond, and library consulting firms.