Please join us at our upcoming events:
National Library Week presentation - April 27, 2023
62nd Annual Initiation & Member Celebration - May 13, 2023
The Role of Libraries in Fighting Misinformation:
The Tulsa 1921 Race Massacre
Thursday, April 27, 2023
6pm – 7pm (ET)
As part of National Library Week 2023, join guest presenter, Adrienne Teague '18, a public librarian in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as she shares "The Role of Libraries in Fighting Misinformation: The Tulsa 1921 Race Massacre."
Visit our Events page for complete event and Zoom registration details.
Register by April 27, 2023 to reserve your spot.
Please join us in person or virtually for our
62nd Annual Initiation & Member Celebration
Saturday, May 13, 2023
10am – Noon (ET)
We are excited to announce Dr. Jaclyn Sisskind as our initiation speaker for 2023. Visit our Initiation page for complete speaker and registration details!
Register by April 30, 2023 to reserve your spot.
Pi Lambda Sigma was founded at Syracuse University in 1903, and holds the distinction of being the oldest library honor society in the United States. The chapter follows the motto of the Greek words Paideia, Logos and Sunophelimoi. These words bring together the best qualities of the profession – culture, the expression of thought, and service.
In 1959, Pi Lambda Sigma affiliated with Beta Phi Mu, the international library and information studies honor society, to expand local efforts in the areas of library and information studies