November 29, 2012 – Eight new members of the National Museum and Library Services Board were sworn in at a Supreme Court ceremony on November 15. The board serves as the advisory body for the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and includes twenty presidentially appointed members of the general public who have demonstrated expertise in, or commitment to, library or museum services.
The new board members are:
The newly confirmed board members replace Katherine Berger, Karen Brosius, Douglas Myers, Jeffrey Patchen, Lotsee Patterson, Sandra Picket, Harry Robinson, and Katina Strauch, whose terms expired.
Additional information is available on the IMLS website.
[Posted by: Erin Mosley]