Nancy Lovas is a Reference and Research Specialist in the Library of Congress Science, Technology & Business Division (ST&B). She began her career at the Library as a 2014 Junior Fellow in ST&B and went on to be program assistant for the NASA/Library of Congress Chair in Astrobiology program in the Kluge Center. Prior to her return to ST&B, Nancy taught information literacy as a Research & Teaching Fellow in the University of Maryland Libraries. Nancy specializes in teaching and reference with an interest in digital collections and accessibility. She holds a B.A. in economics from Berry College and a M.L.I.S. from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Most Recent Posts
- “Caught in the Web?” Get Untangled with Business Reference Services November 8th, 2017
- Need help navigating the maze of Library of Congress business resources? October 30th, 2017
- “Labor problems under war conditions”: women in the workforce in WWI October 17th, 2017