Wardah Mohammed, MSLIS ’23

Greetings! My name is Wardah, and I joined the MSLIS program after my undergraduate studies at Loyola University Chicago. My interests include academic librarianship, home language acquisition, literacy curriculums, reference and instruction support, and understanding intellectual freedom and censorship issues in various settings. I love baking sweets for loved ones and reading poetry. Check out my blog posts as I prepare for graduation <3

Check out my blog posts!

  • Wardah’s May Blog
    Hello! This is my last blog post and it feels nice to write about the end of a time and transitioning to another part of life. Thank you for reading along. <3   It was so nice to graduate with everyone this past weekend. I think sometimes school can be a lonely thing we all end […]
  • Life is Precious and School is Forever!
    Hello reader! It is the beginning of May and I am feeling like time is getting away, but in the best ways. Although school can be overwhelming, I know I am going to miss it a lot </3. Nonetheless, I am both anxious and thrilled about completing my final assignments and attending graduation. Here are […]
  • Decisions Don’t Have to Be Scary!
    Greetings! It’s April, which means there is only one full month left of my final semester. I am feeling a mix of emotions in the best way. There is a paper, project, and presentations that need me and my focus has been all over. I am hopeful this month will be spent dedicated to organising […]
  • Meet Wardah!
    Hello reader! My name is Wardah Mohammed, and I am in my final semester of the Library and Information Science program! I currently work full time as an administrative assistant with an academic medical journal. I also work as a graduate assistant at Moraine Valley Community College and as an iSchool Ambassador connecting with prospective […]