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Preservation Management Institute

From: Karen Novick <pds>
Date: Tuesday, July 7, 1998
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Preservation Management Institute
Sponsored by
Rutgers University
School of Communication, Information and Library Studies
Professional Development Studies
New Brunswick, New Jersey

The Preservation Management Institute consists of three sessions
which will be held in central New Jersey over a one-year period.

    Session I:     November 16-20, 1998
    Session II:    April 14-16, 1999
    Session III:   September 27 - October 1, 1999

Participants in the Institute will earn a Certificate in
Preservation Management from Rutgers University.

Institute Agenda:

As part of your work in this Institute you will develop a
preservation management plan and a disaster plan for your own
institution.  The planning documents that you create will be
reviewed individually by our course director, so that at the end of
the Institute your plans are of a quality to be implemented by your
institution.

Institute Director and Head Instructor: Evelyn Frangakis,
Preservation Officer, National Agricultural Library, Beltsville,
Maryland.  Ms. Frangakis is former head of the Preservation
Department at the University of Maryland Libraries, and former
Preservation Program Director for the Society of American Archivists
(SAA).  She has been Director of the New York State Conservation
Consultancy, Field Service Officer for the Conservation Center for
Art and Historic Artifacts in Philadelphia, and an Andrew W. Mellon
Intern in Preservation Administration at Stanford University.  She
holds degrees from Franklin and Marshall College, Rutgers
University, and Columbia University.

Guest Lecturers:

    Meg Bellinger and staff members at  Preservation Resources,
    Inc., Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    Mindell Dubansky, Preservation Librarian, Metropolitan Museum of
    Art, New York, New York
    Debra Norris, Conservator, Department of Art Conservation,
    University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
    Dr. Thomas Parker, President, Pest Control, Inc., Lansdowne,
    Pennsylvania
    Steven Puglia, Preservation and Imaging Specialist, National
    Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland
    Millie Suter, Vice President and Conservation Bookbinder, Ocker
    & Trapp, Emerson, New Jersey
    Christine Ward, Chief, Archival Services and Records
    Administration, Albany, New York

The registration fee for the Institute is $1,995.  This fee
includes thirteen days of classes, lunches and coffee breaks, field
trips, and an Institute packet.
If your institution has a strong New Jersey history collection,
you may be eligible for a scholarship supported by the New Jersey
Historical Commission.

For more information about the Preservation Management Institute,
please contact

    Karen Novick, Director of Professional Development Studies
    Rutgers University
    School of Communication, Information and Library Studies
    4 Huntington Street, New Brunswick, NJ  08901-1071
    Phone: 732-932-7169     Fax: 732-932-9314
    E-mail: pds [at] scils__rutgers__edu

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