Students from the Student Engagement Program discuss project work and how working at the library has deepened their perspective on academic life at the University of Michigan.
Join us for any or all of the sessions that are part of the Library Engagement Symposium.
Maria Buczkowski, BA '16 Political Science and History
Engagement Collaborative, Social Media Outreach Team Leader
The Engagement Collaborative is a unique leadership opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to actively engage the campus community. Team members collaborate with librarians, staff, and students to increase outreach and awareness using social media and to design and implement new library event programming tailored for students, by students.
Mena Hermiz, BA '16 International Studies
MPortfolio Peer Leader
. Through one-on-one and small group advising, the undergraduate MPortfolio Peer Leader supports fellow students who are developing eportfolios as part of courses, academic and/or co-curricular programs.
Beatriz Lozano, BFA '16, Art
Student MiniGrant Recipient
At Leesta, we help children develop empathy and cultural competence by bringing women to the forefront of U.S. history education. Our team designs digital games for 3rd - 5th graders that engage them in new narratives of U.S. history — ones that are inspired by women.
Brandon Patterson, MA '16 Higher Education, MSI '17 Human-Computer Interaction and Learning Technologies
MPortfolio Program Assistant (Graduate Student Intern)
The program assistant works closely with library professionals to coordinate student engagement initiatives, facilitate workshops, manage communications and events, and provide peer-to-peer mentoring.
Maria-Carolina Simao, PhD '17 Resource Ecology Management
Engagement Fellow, Wolverine Podcast Project Manager
Wolverine Podcast Fellows will produce a series of short audio narratives (podcasts) comprising interviews and stories about students’ experiences during their first year at the University of Michigan. The fellows will use storytelling and audio engineering to craft compelling narratives from all across campus and share them with a broad audience.