You'll also hear from two students who participated in the pilot program, providing insight into what makes records management an attractive profession for recent graduates.
Watch the webinar recording to learn about the benefits of these partnerships— for both the students and the organizations— and the results of this ongoing pilot program.
Meet the Professor:
Professor Gregory S. Hunter, Ph.D.
Director, Certificate of Advanced Study in Archives and Records Management
Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University Post
Gregory S. Hunter is a Professor in the Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University, where he directs the Certificate of Advanced Study in Archives and Records Management. He holds a Ph.D. and two master’s degrees from New York University and a bachelor’s degree from St. John’s University in New York. Dr. Hunter is a Certified Archivist, Certified Records Manager, and Certified Information Governance Officer.
He previously served as Manager of Corporate Records for ITT Corporation and Director of Archival Programs for the United Negro College Fund. From 2004-2009, Dr. Hunter served as Principal Archivist and Records Manager on a team headed by Lockheed Martin to build the Electronic Records Archives (ERA) for the National Archives and Records Administration. The team was awarded a $308 million contract in September 2005.
Dr. Hunter is co-inventor on four patents in the area of digital preservation submitted by the project team in the United States and the European Union. In 2017, Dr. Hunter completed a six-year term as Editor of The American Archivist, the premier peer-reviewed journal in the field. Two of his books have received awards from the Society of American Archivists. In the last few years, Dr. Hunter has received $2.2 million in external funding to digitize materials in local historical societies and to make available Robert Moses’ archival legacy on Long Island.