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ASIS&T National

ASIS&T encourages and supports personal and professional growth through opportunities for members to extend their knowledge and skills, develop and use professional networks, pursue career development goals and assume leadership roles in the Society and in the information community. It increases the influence of information professionals among decision-makers by focusing attention on the importance of information as a vital resource in a high-technology age and promotes informed policy on national and international information issues by contributing to the formation of those policies. It supports the advancement of the state-of-the art and practice by taking a leadership position in the advocacy of research and development in basic and applied information science. More…

ASIS&T at UCLA

The mission of the American Society for Information Science & Technology student chapter at UCLA is to promote the social, cultural, intellectual, and professional growth of its members and support the UCLA Department of Information Studies. It will also facilitate and encourage participation in the American Society for Information Science & Technology. It will encourage professional contacts within the field of information science both at UCLA and elsewhere, and will actively promote involvement in professional activities beyond the classroom.

Take a look at photos from our previous events here in the gallery.

UCLA Officers for 2017-2018:

Chair: Sara Bond
Vice Chair: Morgan Wofford
Publicist: Elizabeth Meyers
Treasurer: Jason De Castro
Secretary/Archivist: Joanna Smith
Co-Webmaster: Nataly Palma
Co-Webmaster: Jonathan Calzada
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