JUdith ROGERS ELECTED IN HBCU BOARD

Historic Black Colleges & Universities library Alliance

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ACURIL CONGRATULATES JUDITH ROGERS AS NEW BOARD MEMBER IN HBCU


The Historically Black Colleges and University (HBCU) Library Alliance has announced two newly elected members and one newly reappointed member of the HBCU Library Alliance Board of Directors. Rinalda L. Farrar (Lincoln University) and Judith Rogers (University of the Virgin Islands) are newly elected board members, and Monika Rhue (Johnson C. Smith University) was elected to serve a second term. Elections were held in June for all members in good standing with the HBCU Library Alliance, and elected members serve three-year appointments.


The HBCU Library Alliance is a consortium that supports the collaboration of institutions dedicated to providing resources designed to strengthen the libraries and archives of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and their constituents. The purpose of the HBCU Alliance is to ensure excellence in HBCU Libraries and the development, coordination, and promotion of programs and activities to enhance member libraries. Learn more at www.hbculibraries.org.

JUDITH VANTERPOOL ROGERS

Judith Rogers directs the Library System of the University of the Virgin Islands. She was elected ACURIL'S Caribbean Information Professional of the Year 2014.

ACURIL is highly pleased to know about this new accomplishment and congratulates Acurilean Judith Vanterpool Rogers!

Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries