Jill M. Borin

Jill M. Borin, MLIS

  • Archives and Distinctive Collections, Head; Librarian; Liaison to History, Social Work & Continuing Studies
Media Expertise:
  • Library Science

Education

  • MLIS, Library and Information Science (2002)
    Rutgers University (NJ)
  • MA, American History (1999) 
    University of Delaware (DE)

  • BA, History (1997) 
    Muhlenberg College (PA)

About Me

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. Additionally,  I serve as the official representative to ICPSR.

Liaison Departments

  • History
  • Social Work
  • Continuing Studies

Publications

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)

Awards

George T. Raymond Freedom Award, Chester NAACP (2012)

Leedom B. Morrison Award, Delaware County Heritage Commission (2010)

Noteworthy

  • 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.

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