Jill M. Borin, MLIS
- Archives and Distinctive Collections, Head; Librarian; Liaison to History, Social Work & Continuing Studies
- Library Science
- MLIS, Library and Information Science (2002)
Rutgers University (NJ)
MA, American History (1999)
University of Delaware (DE)
BA, History (1997)
Muhlenberg College (PA)
I serve as liaison to the History and Social Work Departments. I am committed to helping students understand the research process and obtain the most relevant materials from our resources. As archivist, I am focused on preserving and making available important artifacts about the history of our institution.
- Social Work
- Continuing Studies
Borin, J. M., Galloway-Wright, B., Evers, V., & Van Osten, K. M. (2021). Uncovering marginalized voices: Stories of DEI from the archives. Proceeding of the Tri-State College Library Cooperative. https://rdw.rowan.edu/tclc_proceedings/2021/
Borin, J.M., Healey, K.N., & Stein, D.K. (2018). #Moral injury: A bibilometric study. Journal of Behavioral & Social Sciences, 5(2), 63-71.
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
American Library Association (ALA), Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC)
Friend of the School of Nursing Award, given through Widener's Eta Beta chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (2022)
George T. Raymond Freedom Award, Chester NAACP (2012)
Leedom B. Morrison Award, Delaware County Heritage Commission (2010)
- Library Faculty Receive Award from Nursing Honor Society
Jill Borin, librarian and head of the archives and distinctive collections, and Kristina Dorsett, affiliate librarian, were chosen to receive the Friend of the School of Nursing Award given through Widener's Eta Beta chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. The Friend of Nursing Award is conferred by local chapters and recognizes an individual or organization that is not eligible for regular membership but has impacted the chapter, the local nursing or health care community, and/or the health of people in a significant way.
- University Archivist Named to Board of Philadelphia-Area Special Collections Consortium
University Archivist and Librarian Jill Borin was named to the board of directors of the Philadelphia-Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL). The thirty-four member libraries and archives of PACSCL collect, care for, and share with a world-wide audience collections that, in their depth and variety, comprise an internationally important body of unique materials for students, scholars and lifelong learners at any level.