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Librarians as Catalysts for Community Health: Midwest Region

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University of Missouri
Oct 15, 2019

Jenny Bossaller


The University of Missouri is offering scholarships for students to earn an American Library Association (ALA) Accredited Master's Degree through an online/in-person, cross-disciplinary program that aims to train students in health librarianship. The program is especially interested in applicants located in rural and urban underserved communities.

Classes will cover information from librarianship, health professions, and medical informatics. Students will take two classes per semester while they remain working in their community with professionals in the healthcare, human services, or information service sectors.


Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university and meet all requirements of the University of Missouri's Graduate School, as well as the requirements of the Library and Information Science Program.

Geographic coverage
Students must live in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Utah, or Wyoming.
Amount of funding

Scholarships include full tuition and a laptop computer.

Application process

A link to the online application is available on the program website when applications are being accepted.

Tagged as
Health literacy · Scholarships for health careers · Colorado · Kansas · Missouri · Nebraska · Utah · Wyoming

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