The summer issue of the e-publication called Public Affairs Lens has been released. In this second issue there is a staff highlight about Shannon Conlon in Interlibrary Loan, an article about change, and an article about a new book examining libraries and homelessness. In a video embedded in that article, the author “Ryan Dowd (Director of Hesed House, Chicago) shares advice on taking a more empathetic approach toward homeless individuals.”
Public Affairs Lens is a publication of the Public Affairs Committee of the Missouri State Libraries. In each e-newsletter, we celebrate the accomplishments of our library employees focusing on the three pillars of MSU’s Public Affairs Mission: Ethical Leadership, Cultural Competency, and Community Engagement.