Congratulations to LaRC's Stephanie Jolissaint on achieving her Masters degree in Library and Information Science from Louisiana State University.

Stephanie is the Charles L. "Pie" Dufour intern in the Louisiana Research Collection. She graduated from the MLIS program at LSU with a specialty in archives with a 3.73 GPA. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in history from Southeastern-Hammond in 2009 and since then has worked at the Ascension Parish Library. At LaRC, she has worked on the papers of Connie Griffith, the founder of Tulane University's modern Special Collections program. She has also worked on the Ruth Phelps Smyth papers, the New Orleans Holocaust Memorial Foundation papers, and the Jewish Children’s Home collection.

Congratulations Stephanie!

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