2012 Award Winners Announced

2012 Award Winners Announced
Jessica Ireland (chair) and Sandy Folsom (vice-chair), A&R

On behalf of the Awards & Recognition committee, we would like to announce the winners of the 2012 NASIG awards.  We wish to thank EBSCO who is graciously supporting NASIG by sponsoring the Horizon Award this year.  NASIG and UKSG also wish to thank Taylor & Francis who is sponsoring the UKSG Merriman award winner’s attendance at NASIG.

John Merriman Joint NASIG/UKSG Award
Alice Eng, University of North Florida (NASIG)
Stephen Buck, Dublin City University (UKSG – sponsored by Taylor & Francis)

Fritz Schwartz Serials Education Scholarship
Deirdre Costello, Simmons College

Horizon Award (sponsored by EBSCO)
Jane Skoric, Santa Clara University Library

John Riddick Student Grant
Karen D. Harmon, University of Oklahoma
Amanda Kay Barrett, Indiana University Purdue University – Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Jennifer Harris, University of Kentucky

NASIG Conference Mexican Student Grant
Jorge Luciano Escalera Alvarez, Escuela Nacional de Biblioteconomía y Archivonomía

Rose Robischon Scholarship
Laura Lee Tretter, State Law Library of Montana

Serials Specialist Awards
Barbara Dietsch, Duke Medical Center Library
Jill L. Bright, St. Louis College of Pharmacy Library

Marcia Tuttle International Award
Jill Emery, Portland State University, proposal for Techniques in Electronic Resource Management (TERMS)

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