Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

2019(?): Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Candidate, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

  • Research interests: information behavior; access to information; diverse populations; lactation; breastfeeding
  • Advisor: Dr. Beth St. Jean

2014: Master of Library Science (MLS), College of Information Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

  • Specialization: Information and Diverse Populations

2009: Master of Laws (LLM), University of San Francisco School of Law, San Francisco, CA

  • Specialization: International Transactions and Comparative Law

2007: Bachelor of Laws (MA Cantabrigiensis), Clare College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK


HONORS AND AWARDS

2017: Laurence B. Heilprin Award for an outstanding paper on a topic in library and information science written for a College of Information Studies course, University of Maryland

  • Received for The Importance of Prenatal Information about Exclusive Pumping

2017: Lavender Leadership Honors Society, University of Maryland

2015: Great Lakes National Scholarship, Great Lakes Educational Loan Services

2015: Rodler-Wood Scholarship, LGBT Studies Program, Department of Women’s Studies, University of Maryland

2014­–2015: Dean’s Fellowship, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

2014: Simmona Simmons Best Student Paper on Diversity Award for an outstanding paper which has been written for an iSchool course and which focuses on any aspect(s) of diversity

  • Received for Information Access as a Human Right: Guantánamo Bay Detention Camp Compared to Supermax and Military Prisons of the United States

2014: Beta Phi Mu Scholarship, Iota Chapter

2013: Laurence B. Heilprin Award for an outstanding paper on a topic in library and information science written for a College of Information Studies course, University of Maryland

  • Received for Inclusive Information Services for Trans* Patrons of Information Organizations

2009: Pro Bono Publico Award, Public Interest Law Foundation, San Francisco, CA

2007: Graduated with Honours, University of Cambridge


PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters

2016: Jardine, F. M. The Role of Students in Diversity and Inclusion in Library and Information Studies. In Gorham, U., Greene Taylor, N. G., & Jaeger, P. T., Advances in Librarianship: Perspectives on Libraries as Institutions of Human Rights and Social Justice. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. doi: 10.1108/S0065-283020160000041016

Peer Reviewed Papers

2015: Jaeger, P. T., Cooke, N. A., Feltis, C., Hamiel, M., Jardine, F., & Shilton, K. The Virtuous Circle Revisited: Injecting Diversity, Inclusion, Rights, Justice, and Equity into LIS from Education to Advocacy. Library Quarterly, 85(2), 150-171doi: 10.1086/680154

2015: Jardine, F. M. and Zerhusen, E. K. Charting the Course of Equity and Inclusion in LIS through iDiversity. Library Quarterly, 85(2), 185-192. doi: 10.1086/680156

2013: Jardine, F. M. Inclusive Information for Trans* Persons. Public Library Quarterly, 32(3), 242-260. doi: 10.1080/01616846.2013.818856

Other

2017Exploring the world of exclusive pumping: Guest post by Fiona Jardine, MA, LLM, MLS, CLC. Our Milky Way (Healthy Children Project Center for Breastfeeding blog). www.ourmilkyway.org/exploring-the-world-of-exclusive-pumping-guest-post-by-fiona-jardine-ma-llm-mls-clc/


CONFERENCE PAPERS, TALKS, PRESENTATIONS, AND POSTERS

Refereed with Published Proceedings

2014: Jardine, F. M. Information Access Rights at Guantánamo Bay Detention Camp, iConference 2014. doi: 10.9776/14026

Without Published Proceedings

2017: CHI (Human Factors in Computing Systems) 2017. Maiden, Mother, Crone: the influence of digital marketing on women’s health information seeking during life transitions as part of the Hacking Women’s Health Workshop (with Elizabeth Bonsignore, Gagan Jindal, and Beth St. Jean).

2017: iSchool Research Showcase, University of Maryland. Poster: Information Behavior of Exclusive Pumpers: Prenatal needs, seeking, and use (Research Phase 1)

2016: iSchool Research Showcase, University of Maryland. Poster: Social Values and Personal Biometric Devices (with Sara Anderson)

2015: Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Library and Information Science, University of Maryland. ACCESS DENIED: inmates and digital information

2015: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA): New Librarians Global Connection Webinar. The LIS PhD Experience (with Sandy Littletree and KR Roberto)

2015: Society of Southwest Archivists Annual Meeting. Embedding Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in Archives and Archival Education (with Faith Ambrosini)

2015: American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Meeting. Embedding Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in Everything We Do (with Johnna Purcell and Faith Ambrosini)

2015: ALA Midwinter Meeting. Equity and Inclusion in LIS through iDiversity (with Johnna Purcell)

2014: Maryland Association of Public Library Administrators (MAPLA), quarterly meeting. How Diversity can be Embedded in Public Libraries (with Erin Zerhusen)

2014: Symposium on Diversity in LIS Education, University of Maryland. Library Programs for Disabled Veterans poster (with Monica Lagares)

2014: Symposium on Diversity in LIS Education, University of Maryland. Social Justice: From Education to Advocacy (with Dr. Paul Jaeger, Dr. Katie Shilton, Dr. Nicole Cooke, Michelle Hamiel, & Cecilia Feltis)

2014: Symposium on Diversity in LIS Education, University of Maryland. iDiversity: Marching Forward (with Erin Zerhusen)

2012: iDiversity Panel, Queering Information, University of Maryland


EXPERIENCE

Research

2016­­—present: Principal Investigator, The Importance of Information in the Long-Term Success of Exclusively Pumping Human Milk (PhD research), College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

2015–2016Research Assistant, Public Health, Nanotechnology, and Mobility (PHeNoM) project, Ethics and Value in Design (EViD) laboratory, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

2013–2014: Principal Investigator, Diversity Book Display Project, MLS Research, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

2013: Co-Investigator, LGBTQ Student Involvement Assessment, Adele H. Stamp Student Union, University of Maryland

Teaching

2014­–­present: Graduate Writing Fellow, The Graduate School Writing Center, The Graduate School, University of Maryland

2015: Co-instructor, Information and Human Rights, Information Studies, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland. 3 credit, 600-level course

2014­: Guest Lecturer, Diverse Populations, Inclusion, and Information, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

2013­–2014: Instructor, Special Topics in Leadership: LGBTQQI Leadership, Education Counseling and Personnel Services, College of Education, University of Maryland. 3 credit, 400-level course

2013: Information Literacy Mentor, iDiversity, University of Maryland

2013: Guest Trainer, Mixed Gender and Gender Inclusive Housing: 2013 Resident Assistant Training, Department of Resident Life, University of Maryland

Editorial Activities

2016–2017: Editor, International Journal of Information, Diversity, and Inclusion

2015–2016: Co-editor, International Journal of Information, Diversity, and Inclusion

2014, 2015: Manuscript Reviewer, Library Quarterly

2014: Manuscript Reviewer, Science and Technology Libraries

Professional

2017—present: Graduate Assistant for ePublishing, Digital Programs and Initiatives, Digital Systems and Stewardship, University of Maryland Libraries, University of Maryland

2017—present: Certified Lactation Counselor through The Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice

2016—present: Graduate Assistant for Faculty Writing, Research Support Team, College of Library and Information Studies, University of Maryland

2015–present: Professional Academic Editor

2015–2016: Graduate Assistant Coordinator, Graduate School Writing Center, Graduate School, University of Maryland

2012–2015: Graduate Assistant Coordinator for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, and Queer Student Involvement and Advocacy, Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy Office, Adele H. Stamp Student Union, University of Maryland

2010–2011: Associate Attorney, Law Office of A. Arthur Rugama, San Francisco, CA

Service

2016–2017: Graduate Student Representative, Bias Response Task Force, University of Maryland

2015–2016: Student Representative, PhD Committee, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

2015–2016: Host/Coordinator, iSchool Writing Group, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

2015–2016: Council Member, President’s Student Advisory Council on Diversity & Inclusion, University of Maryland

2013–2016: Historian (2015–2016)Vice President (2015); President (2014–2015); Vice President (2013–2014), iDiversity, University of Maryland

2012–2015: Commissioner, President’s Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, University of Maryland

2013–2015: Member, Lorde O’Leary Award Committee, University of Maryland

2013–2014: Student Representative, MLS Committee, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland


ASSOCIATIONS AND AFFILIATIONS

2015–present: Beta Phi Mu International Library and Information Sciences Honor Society, Iota Chapter

2012–present: American Library Association

2012–present: Maryland State Bar

2012–present: Maryland State Beekeepers Association

2010–present: California State Bar

2007–present: Samuel Blythe Society, Clare College, University of Cambridge

2014–2016: Golden Key International Honour Society

2013–2016: ABATE of Maryland

2012–2016: iDiversity, University of Maryland

2012–2016: Library Services for Youths in Custody, ASCLA Special Interest Group