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This Summer, the Field Book Project is hosting two cataloging interns and one intern for our sister project, Connecting Content.

Jenny Mathias and Emily Hunter began in early June and will continue until early August. During their internships, they will catalog field books and other field research materials from the Smithsonian Archives and the Department of Botany. Jenny and Emily will also contribute to the Field Book Project blog and will each curate their own Flickr set in Flickr Commons.

Jenny is a graduate student at Pratt Institute's School of Library and Information Science in New York. Emily recently graduated from University of Maryland's Master of Library Science program.

Richard Fischer is an intern for the Field Book Project's sister grant, Connecting Content, for which the California Academy of Sciences serves as Principal Investigator. Richard will be studying the relationships between field books, specimens, and publications about specimens in order to uncover more about how these resources are connected. Richard recently graduated from the Queens College Graduate School of Library and Information Studies.

Welcome Jenny, Emily, and Richard!


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