Join us for this special series
The Department of Information and Library Science David Kaser Endowed Lecture is a speaker series on topics relevant to the field of library and information science.
Established by colleagues and students to honor Distinguished Professor Emeritus David Kaser, the series regularly invites a scholar to campus to deliver a lecture (followed by an open reception) and meet with students and faculty.
A beloved professor, Dr. Kaser taught at IU from 1973 until 1991 and remained active in the library and information science community until his death in 2017.
To be informed of future Kaser Lectures, contact Katie Novak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to support the fund, go to myiu.org and in the “Search All Funds” field, enter “Kaser.”