Publications and Research

Document Type

Poster

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

This poster highlights the results of a study that explored the interrelationship between retention and advancement for academic librarians of color in middle management positions. Themes that emerged included: the prevalence of internal promotions, lack of interest in senior leadership, and emphasis on leadership institutes. Several recommendations are offered for how the profession might increase opportunities for librarians of color to advance beyond middle management and increase interest in filling openings in library leadership positions.

Comments

This poster was originally submitted at the Association of College & Research Libraries Association conference in Portland, OR.

 
 

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