“Adopt a Student” reception


At a reception today Petra Hauke, Secretary/Treasurer/Editor of Newsletter of the IFLA Education and Training Section and Lecturer, Librarian at the Berlin School of Library and Information Science at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany celebrated with us the successful first year of the program “Adopt a Student” that already attracted many young students to IFLA. Some of the sponsors kindly said a few words on behalf of the program and also the IFLA president Ellen Tise expressed her support to the students and sponsors.
If you want to become an adopted student or a sponsor have a look at the program’s website.
Thanks to ProQuest for arranging a nice atmosphere for the reception.

Petra Hauke at the student paper award at the ProQuest booth at the IFLA2010 in Gothenburg.
Petra Hauke at the Adopt-a-Student program at the ProQuest booth at the IFLA2010 in Gothenburg.
Claus Wolf from ProQuest, IFLA president Ellen Tise, Secretary/Treasurer/Editor of Newsletter of the Education and Training Section Petra Hauke at the student paper award at the ProQuest booth at the IFLA2010 in Gothenburg.
Claus Wolf from ProQuest, IFLA president Ellen Tise, Secretary/Treasurer/Editor of Newsletter of the Education and Training Section Petra Hauke at the Adopt-a-Student program at the ProQuest booth at the IFLA2010 in Gothenburg.

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  1. […] by the poster area, said hello to a couple of people I knew, and then went to a reception on the “Adopt-A-Student” programme. The idea behind that is that someone – a private person or a company – can sponsor a student […]

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