The DU Libraries Residency Program provides early-career librarians with professional experience and mentoring in academic librarianship.
These residency positions are designed to engage librarians who are members of historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, providing opportunity to gain experience and skills necessary to thrive as an academic librarian with faculty status. The DU Libraries is a member of the Association of College & Research Libraries Diversity Alliance and is committed to their principles.
The DU Libraries Residency Program began in fall 2019.
The DU Libraries is currently seeking two residency candidates. Candidates are encouraged to reach out to Elia Trucks, Residency Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, in advance of submitting their application. The Residency Program Coordinator is available for discussion, interviews, and meetings to share information about the position, the community, and the University, and hosts open information sessions about available positions.
Appointments are made at the level of Visiting Assistant Professor, non-tenure track. At the end of the residency period, there may be an option to be considered for a multi-year faculty contract as an Assistant Professor in the University Libraries faculty series.
Visit the DU Jobs page for the full postings and application process.