Associate Dean of University Archives chosen as keynote speaker for conference on information and religion

Posted January 23, 2012

Dr. Carisse Berryhill, Associate Dean for Digital Initiatives, Special Collections, and University Archives at ACU, will serve as the keynote speaker for the Center for the Study of Information and Religion's upcoming conference, to be held at Kent State University on May 18 and 19.

Berryhill will speak on religious communities' use and distribution of information. "I am delighted that CSIR has organized this conference," she says. "I'm very interested in how people seek and use information in their spiritual growth and renewal. I see this in my work at ACU's Brown Library, where thousands of religious documents and messages of great faith stories are preserved."

To read more about the conference and Berryhill's accomplishments, visit the conference website.




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