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Library Science, University of Arizona

Received November 14, 2005

KNOWLEDGE RIVER at the University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science is Recruiting Students for its Fall 2006 Class.

Application Deadline: April 1, 2006

http://knowledgeriver.arizona.edu

The University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science (SIRLS) is pleased to announce it is now recruiting students for Knowledge River--a Master's Degree program leading to an exciting career as an information professional, focusing on the information and library needs and perspectives of Hispanics and Native Americans. Students accepted into Knowledge River will receive full tuition and a generous graduate assistantship or stipend for one academic year, in addition to other special program features. A Bachelor's degree in any field is acceptable. The application deadline is April 1, 2006.

We ask that you share information about Knowledge River with all potential applicants. Knowledge River has an innovative program design, with culturally relevant courses, professional development, academic support and the opportunity to go through the program with a large peer group. Now starting our fifth year, we will be admitting fifteen new students to Knowledge River for fall, 2006. All eligibility requirem ents and application procedures can be found on our website above. Students wishing to be considered for Knowledge River must be accepted into the SIRLS graduate program. All application materials are online at the SIRLS website. To contact SIRLS for information or questions, call 520 621-3565 or go to their website: www.sir.arizona.edu. Please contact us directly for additional information or any questions you may have concerning Knowledge River at (520) 621-3958 or email: kriver@sbs.mail.arizona.edu.

Patricia A. Tarin
Knowledge River Director

American Indian Resource Center
County of Los Angeles Public Library
6518 Miles Avenue
Huntington Park, CA 90255
(323)583-2794
(323)587-2061 FAX

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