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All NEA announcements shown on our News and Events page are also posted to the NEADiscuss listerv via nea_announce@newenglandarchivists.org. To learn more or to join see our listserv information page.


 
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  • 2020-05-14 11:04 AM | Kelli Bogan (Administrator)

    The leadership of New England Archivists (NEA) is closely monitoring the ongoing coronavirus developments and their implications for our organization. The health, safety, and well-being of our community are our top priorities. Due to the continuing uncertainties affecting our ability to plan for the future, and the personal and professional challenges many of our colleagues are experiencing, the NEA Executive Board made the difficult decision to postpone the Fall 2020 Meeting until we can, hopefully, safely meet in Fall 2021.

    Please continue to consult the NEA website, social media, and listserv messages for information regarding the resumption of our regular meeting schedule in 2021. Until that time, we wish the best of health to you and your loved ones.

  • 2020-05-07 11:08 AM | Kelli Bogan (Administrator)

    The Mentoring Administrator will be responsible for supporting the activities of the NEA Mentoring Program. They will recruit and organize the liaisons, mentors, and mentees; launch the next round of the program; and work with the Communications Committee to promote the activities of the program. The administrator will report on all Mentoring Program activity to the Membership Chair and, when requested, to the NEA Executive Board. The person in this position will be a member of the Membership Committee and will serve for two years.

    If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please send a letter of interest and your resume/CV to the Chair of the Membership Committee, Samuel Howes (Samuel.Howes@maine.gov), by Friday, May 22nd.


  • 2020-03-11 12:17 PM | Michelle Chiles (Administrator)

    The leadership of New England Archivists (NEA) is closely monitoring the ongoing coronavirus developments and their implications for the Spring 2020 Meeting in Providence, Rhode Island. The health, safety, and well-being of our community are our top priorities. At this time, the physical meeting in Rhode Island cannot proceed as planned. The leadership is considering all of NEA’s options and is working to determine the best course of action, including all digital and physical (later date) alternatives. 

    We know that this decision will affect many of you, and we thank you for your patience as we work to find the option that will best serve our community. We plan to reach a decision on alternatives soon, and we will share updates via the NEA website, social media, and the NEA listserv. In the meantime, we kindly ask registrants to wait on requesting a conference registration refund. Once an alternative plan is formulated, NEA will honor any requested refund (free of cancellation fees). With respect to hotel accommodations, please contact Marriott directly to cancel your reservation and receive a refund. Thank you for your support of NEA while we navigate the complexities of the coronavirus’s impact on the Spring 2020 meeting. 

    We appreciate your patience while we establish protocol. 

  • 2020-02-26 10:49 AM | Michelle Chiles (Administrator)
    The New England Archivists supports equitable and transparent hiring practices for every individual. Therefore, effective immediately, the NEADiscuss listserv will no longer accept job postings that fail to include a salary or salary range in the job description. 

    The NEA Executive Board supports this change in policy and feels it directly aligns with the organization’s commitment to diversity, inclusion, and the ethical guidelines set forth in our Code of Conduct

    All job postings must now pass through the listserv moderator, who will serve as the primary point person for sharing employment notices with NEA members. The NEA listserv policy has been updated to reflect these changes in practice.

    You can read that updated policy on the listerv page. 

  • 2020-02-24 10:47 AM | Michelle Chiles (Administrator)

    The New England Archivists Membership Committee is looking for two volunteers to take on the roles of Mentoring Administrator and Membership Engagement Coordinator. 

    The Mentoring Administrator will be responsible for supporting the activities of the NEA Mentoring Program. They will recruit and organize the liaisons, mentors, and mentees; launch the next round of the program; and work with the Communications Committee to promote the activities of the program. The administrator will report on all Mentoring Program activity to the Membership Chair and, when requested, to the NEA Executive Board. The person in this position will be a member of the Membership Committee and will serve for two years.

    The Membership Engagement Coordinator develops and implements strategies for re-engaging lapsed members; recruits new members to the organization through targeted outreach efforts, such as attending membership meet-ups, career and internship fairs, and regional archives events; encourages donations to the NEA general fund and the awards and scholarship funds; works with the Membership Survey Coordinator to develop relevant questions for the annual membership survey; and identifies and recommends new opportunities for generating membership financial support.  The Membership Engagement Coordinator will report to the Membership Chair and, when requested, to the NEA Executive Board.  The person in this position will be a member of the Membership Committee and will serve for three years.

    If you are interested in either of these exciting opportunities, please send a letter of interest, specifying which role you are applying for, and your resume/CV to the Chair of the Membership Committee, Samuel Howes (Samuel.Howes@maine.gov), by Friday, March 13, 2020.

  • 2020-01-13 1:42 PM | Michelle Chiles (Administrator)

    Join NEA at the Spring 2020 Meeting, April 2-4, in Providence, RI, for “Inside and Outside.” This year’s meeting will explore ideas of inclusion and exclusion in our collections, audiences, and workforce. 

    In addition to sessions, the program will include four full-day workshops, plenary speakers, a community Day of Service, local repository tours, roundtables, special programming, and the opportunity to meet and share ideas with colleagues from across New England. In the coming weeks, look for sneak peaks into the many areas of programming that will be on offer!

    See the meeting’s webpage for more information on all of the events planned for the three-day meeting.

    Questions?

    If you have questions about registration, please see our Registration FAQ or contact NEA’s Registrar, David Read, at registrar@newenglandarchivists.org

    For questions or concerns about accessibility and/or disability accommodations that you would like addressed before registration, please contact NEA’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee co-chairs, Rosemary Davis and Rose Oliveira, at diversity@newenglandarchivists.org.

    For questions about the program, please contact the Program Committee chair, Amber LaFountain, at Amber_LaFountain@hms.harvard.edu.

    Looking forward to seeing you in Providence!


  • 2019-12-19 8:57 AM | Michelle Chiles (Administrator)

    The New England Archivists Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 election:

    Vice President/President-Elect: Genna Duplisea

    Secretary: Kate Herbert

    Treasurer: Michael Dello Iacono

    Representative-at-Large: Stephanie Krauss

    Congratulations to our incoming Board members! Thanks to the voting membership for participation in this important process, and many thanks to all the candidates who put themselves forward to serve our organization.

    New England Archivists Nominating Committee 2019:
    Karen Adler Abramson (Chair)
    Prudence Doherty
    Ellen Doon
    Sarah Galligan
    Heather Moran


  • 2019-11-14 6:53 PM | Kelli Bogan (Administrator)

    The New England Archivists’ Education Committee is looking for one student member and one full member to serve a one-year term each, from Fall 2019 to Fall 2020 (beginning after the Fall 2019 meeting). We are also looking for three full members to begin serving next year, after the Spring 2020 Meeting.

    Responsibilities include planning workshops and webinars (which can be done from the comfort of your home through email), liaising with members to determine their education needs, and serving as a day-of workshop representative at NEA’s Spring meetings. It is a fun, easy way to build your resume.

    If you are interested, please contact co-chairs Becky Parmer and Nadia Dixson at education@newenglandarchivists.org

  • 2019-11-13 3:47 PM | Michelle Chiles (Administrator)

    Mark your calendars now for the 2019 New England Archivists election. Voting will start November 19 and continue through December 10.

    Candidates are listed below alphabetically, and NEA members can read the candidates' statements on the NEA website. Private and secure voting will take place online through electionbuddy.com, which will send each voter a unique link.  

    The candidates are:

    Vice President/President Elect
    -- Barbara Austen
    -- Genna Duplisea

    Secretary
    -- Stephanie T. Gold
    -- Kate Herbert

    Treasurer

    -- Connor Anderson
    -- Michael P. Dello Iacono

    Representative-at-Large
    -- Sally Blanchard-O'Brien
    -- Stephanie Krauss


    To be eligible to vote, you must be a member in good standing. Please make sure your membership is current and that your contact information, including email address, is up to date in the NEA membership database. If you have questions about your membership status, please contact the Membership Secretary (membership@newenglandarchivists.org).

    New England Archivists Nominating Committee 2019:

    Karen Adler Abramson (Chair)
    Prudence Doherty
    Ellen Doon
    Sarah Galligan
    Heather Moran

  • 2019-10-03 12:33 PM | Michelle Chiles (Administrator)

    NEA: Behind the Scenes- The New England Archivists run on volunteer power, but sometimes it feels intimidating to figure out what is involved and how things work. Former NEA President Karen Adler Abramson will be leading a one hour webinar discussion (Oct 21, 7pm) to talk about the inner workings of NEA, including the structure and functions of the Board, its current strategic goals, and the many ways in which volunteers can get involved in the organization. Participants are encouraged to bring their NEA-related questions to the virtual table!

    Register here.

    Topic: NEA: Behind the Scenes
    Time: Oct 23, 2019 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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