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CCLIP elections: Represent your library and information professional colleagues

It’s a different sort of election season here at the Columbia University Libraries: You can run for office to represent your peers as part of the Columbia Committee for Library and Information Professionals (CCLIP) (so long as you’re a librarian or at least a Level-10 staff member).

CCLIP–formerly known as the Representative Committee of Librarians (RCL)–is responsible for representing, as an elected committee, the interests of the professional CUL staff; for advising the library administration; and for keeping communication channels open between professional staff and library administration.

Nominate yourself or a colleague to run for a seat. The two-year term of service will begin on Jan. 1, 2009. Contact CUL Senators Karen Green (klg19@columbia.edu) or Nancy Friedland (nef4@columbia.edu) if you are interested in running. There will be three CCLIP vacancies as of Dec. 30, 2008

Also:

  • E-mail us your suggestions and comments:
    cclip@libraries.cul.columbia.edu

  • Don’t forget the next professional staff meeting:
    Friday, October 3, 2008 at 9:00am
    Kellogg Room; 15th floor of SIPA