18/1/24 Library Science Director's Office Alice Lohrer Papers, 1937-73
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BIOGRAPHICAL RESUME (Extracted from Graduate School of Library ScienceOutline of Faculty Members' Professional History)
(Name) (Mary) Alice Lohrer (Title) Professor of Library Science
Academic Background (institutions attended and degrees received):
Ph.B., University of Chicago (1928); B.S. in L.S., University of Illinois Library School (1937); A.M., University of Chicago Graduate Library School (1944); admitted to Ph.D. Candidacy, University of Chicago Graduate Library School (1951).
Record of Employment:
Assistant Librarian, Oak Park and River Forest Township High School, Oak Park, Illinois, 1926- 38; Librarian, Hinsdale Township High School, Hinsdale, Illinois, 1938-41; Instructor in Library Science, Purdue University, Summers, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, Instructor, 1941- 45; Assistant Professor, 1945-59, Associate Professor, 1959-68, Professor, University of Illinois Graduate School of Library Science, 1968-; Survey of European Libraries, American Library Association, Summer, 1947; Director, School Library Workshop, University of West Virginia Department of Library Science, Summer, 1952; Visiting Lecturer, University of Southern California School of Library Science, Summer, 1953; Visiting Professor,University of Wisconsin Library School, Summer, 1960; Director, Title VII Research Grant, USOE, "Identification and Role of the School Library as an Instructional Materials Center with Implications for Training," 1961-62; Visiting Professor, University of Denver Graduate School of Librarianship, Summer, 1964 and 1966.
Honors and Awards (fellowships, lectureships, grants):
Beta Phi Mu; Fulbright Lectureships, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (1955-56); Rockefeller Grant, Japan Library School, Keio University, Tokyo (1959); Fulbright Lectureship, University of Teheran, Teheran, Iran (1966-67); Certificate of Merit for