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Additional Funding

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We are thrilled to let you know of a new funding opportunity we’ve just learned about for attending Code4Lib 2022! The DPOE-N (Digital Preservation Outreach & Education Network) has funding left for this academic year. They are willing to support attendees of the Code4Lib Conference. The maximum amount is $2,500 for each application. If you are considering coming to Buffalo for to the conference next month, but funding has been an issue, please consider applying.

Even if you have already registered and paid for everything yourself, you can STILL apply for the funding. Once your application is approved, you will be reimbursed for your costs. The total processing time is about 4 - 6 weeks.

Only U.S. citizens and residents can apply. You will need to submit a W-9 form for income tax purposes.

For more information and to submit an application for funding, please visit: You can directly contact DPOE-N (Natalie Baur: with any questions.

2022 Code4Lib Scholarship Recipients

The Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce the Code4Lib 2022 Conference Diversity Scholarship awardees. Through the generosity of our sponsors and the Code4lib community we were able to award 14 scholarships to defray costs associated with attending the conference. We received a large number of applications from highly qualified candidates this year, and it was a humbling experience for the committee to select just 14 awardees. Congratulations to all Code4Lib scholarship recipients!

Erika Barber  
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David Broom
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Tiffany Cheung
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Hyung Wook Choi
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Chanda Hardin  
Chanda is the Library Technician for the National Museum of African American History and Culture Museum at the Smithsonian Institution where she co-leads the Content Support Group for the Smithsonian Libraries and Archives User Experience Program. She has a graduate certificate in Instructional Technology Integration from the University of Maryland Global Campus and she looks forward to learning more about how she can contribute fruitfully to Code4Lib’s vibrant and diverse community.
Soojeong Herring
My name is Soojeong Herring, and I am acquisitions and cataloging specialist at Colorado State University Libraries. I am so happy to be in the community, and I look forward to learning a lot of things and meeting you all at the conference!
Jalesia Horton  
Jalesia Horton is the Director of Access and Resource Sharing Services at Southern Methodist University. She received her MLIS in May 2017 and is expected to complete her Master's in Public Administration in 2022.Her work focuses on increasing access to academic libraries through innovative and updated services, user design, web design, and increased accessibility options for those with disabilities.
Faezeh Jahanshiri  
My name is Faezeh Jahanshiri. I am a librarian, and work at the Central Library of Rochester. I’m very interested in computer programming and computer science, in-general, for instructional and educational purposes. I began studying computer programming a few years ago when I was attending the school of information at the San Jose State University in California while I was in the library & information science master’s program. I completed a few computer programming courses and continued learning on my own after I graduated in 2018. I have been presenting Python programming classes at the Central Library of Rochester since October 2021.These courses are designed for absolute beginners and provide a gateway to coding and programming to help them build a strong foundation in computer programming. The objective is to provide a stepping stone for library patrons of all ages who are interested in learning the basics of coding to break into the world of coding and encourage them to explore many career possibilities in the coding field.
Chenyue Jiao  
As a third-year doctoral student in Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Chenyue's research focuses on issues in scholarly communication. Her research agenda is to understand how libraries provide better services and make right decisions for users in a big data era. She is excited to be selected as a 2022 Code4Lib scholarship recipient because of the connections and collaborations with the Code4Lib community.
Dr Raj Kumar
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Grace Liu
Grace Liu is a Systems Librarian and Engineering Liaison at University of Windsor Leddy Library. She holds a Master of Computer Science and an MLIS degree. Her research interests include library technology, electronic resources management, and library services to international students.
Meng Qu
Meng is a Web Services Librarian from the Miami University - Oxford, Ohio. Her interest of coding front-end websites has never stopped since years ago. She has recently turned her research interests into big data, data analysis, and Machine Learning, with the goal of building better library services.
Jhani Miller
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Joah Tang
Joah Tang is a Youth Services and Makerspace Library Assistant for the Tompkins County Public Library. He runs TCPL's children's robotics club, teen robotics club, and young adult makerspace programs. Joah is a self-taught coder, hobby roboticist, and lifelong library lover.

Made possible by the generosity of our sponsors and community

Eligibility, Criteria, And Requirements

Eligibility Criteria

An applicant must be a member of a group not well-represented within the code4lib community, including but not limited to: women, people of color, LGBTQ+, ability/disability, non-binary gender identities, etc. We also invite applications from members of underrepresented and/or marginalized groups that don't fit into the categories listed above.


We expect applicants to be interested in actively engaging with the Code4Lib community. For more information about Code4Lib, see the About Code4Lib Page. The scholarship recipients will be selected based upon their merit and financial needs.

We do NOT expect scholarship recipients to be responsible for being an ambassador for their group or an educator of others during the conference. While learning and exchange may happen as a result of interactions between participants, scholarship recipients are encouraged to focus on getting the most out of their experience and have no special duties or obligations apart from conference attendance, engaged participation to their comfort level, and giving us feedback on their experience.

Registration Details

Registration spots and hotel rooms are being held for scholarship recipients. If you can attend only if you receive a scholarship, there is no need to register for the conference or book a hotel room when registration opens. Code4Lib will assist you with registration and hotel arrangements; however, if you register for the conference or book a hotel room, you will be reimbursed. Reimbursement for expenses will be provided to recipients during the conference.

How to Apply

Applications for scholarship are not currently being collected. When we are accepting applications, this site will detail what is required.