Becoming a part of the professional community is an important aspect of professional education. Students at the Information School are fortunate to have a number of quality professional organizations with student chapters and student membership. We encourage our students to become active in at least one of these organizations and join your respective listservs to ensure that you see communication from the student organizations.
If you are a current iSchool student, faculty or staff member wanting to join an academic listserv or be removed from one, please email Student Services:
- Informatics: email firstname.lastname@example.org; view archives here
- MLIS: email email@example.com and specify MLIS and/or MLIS Chat listserv; view MLIS archives here and MLIS Chat archives here
- MSIM: email firstname.lastname@example.org; view archives here
- Ph.D.: email email@example.com; view archives here
Association for Information Management Students
Association of Library and Information Science Students
Where art and information intersect
Association for Information Science and Technology. Welcoming students from Informatics, MSIM, MLIS to join, collaborate, learn and grow the reach of the Information Science & Management Community worldwide.
Doctoral Student Association
Graduate and Professional Students Senate (UW Organization that supports graduate students)
Advocate for social justice in the world of library and information sciences
Informatics Undergraduate Association. Founded by Informatics majors for Informatics majors. It's IUGA's objective to serve the needs and interests of undergraduate students in Informatics.
Celebrates young adult and children's literature, and supports professional development for students and youth services librarians.
Society of American Archivists, UW Chapter
American Library Association, UW Student Chapter
Special Libraries Association, UW Chapter
Dedicated to providing resources and information for all international students in the iSchool community.
Women in Informatics supports ways to empower women to thrive as producers of technology.