School of Information Graduates


Cynthia Charles, Master's, Information Science (Special Libraries), 1996

My best memory while enrolled in UT’s Library School was when the Dean (Dr. Brooke Sheldon) and my favorite professors, Dr. Phil Doty and Dr. Glynn Harmon, supported and worked with me . . . Read more

Emily Bergman, Master's, Library Science, 1976

After over 32 years of working in libraries, I still feel I use my 1976 M.L.S. from The University of Texas every day of my professional life. I truly learned how to be a librarian. I have worked in an ad agency, public library, . . . Read more

Teresa Musgrove Gibson, Master's, Library Science, 1984

I majored in accounting at UT for my bachelor’s degree. My classes regularly had 300+ students in attendance. While I enjoyed my studies, I missed having the ability to engage in discussions with the professor . . . Read more

Marilyn Eanes, Master's, Library Science, 1984

When I decided to go to graduate school to get my master’s in library science, I was teaching full time and had a husband and two small children. In the summers, I often had to take my children with me . . . Read more

Martha Pattillo Siv, Master's, Information Sciences, 1970

I grew up in Pampa, in the Texas Panhandle. From childhood I read 100 books each summer. My dream was to live in Paris, and to see the world. My first big step was my Plan II education . . . Read more

Sharon Black-Greene, Master's, Public Libraries, 1997

I began my graduate studies at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, while my husband was transitioning out of the military. We stayed with his mother in San Antonio, while he looked for a job. A good friend from our . . . Read more


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