25:1 (2010:03) 2010 Award Winners Announced

March 4, 2010 at 4:17 pm | Posted in Award Winners | Leave a comment

2010 Award Winners Announced
Carol Ficken and Chris Brady, A&R Co-Chairs

The Awards & Recognitions Committee received many outstanding applications for the 2010 NASIG Awards.  Among these were applications for the John Merriman award, which – thanks to generous financial support from Taylor & Francis – is being offered for the first time in 2010.

We also would like to thank Swets, Taylor & Francis, and Serials Solutions for their generous support to NASIG this year.  In particular, we thank Swets for underwriting the Rose Robischon Scholarship, Taylor & Francis for their support of the John Merriman award, and Serials Solution for supporting the Champion Award.

The award recipients will be presented with their awards at the opening session of the 2010 NASIG annual conference.  NASIG is pleased to announce the following award recipients.

Champion Award
Susan Davis, SUNY University at Buffalo

John Merriman Joint NASIG/UKSG Award
Selden Durgom Lamoureux, North Carolina State University (NASIG)
Mitchell Dunkley, De Montfort University (UKSG)

Fritz Schwartz Serials Education Scholarship
Ivey Glendon, Florida State University

Horizon Award
Jennifer Sauer, Fort Hays State University

Marcia Tuttle International Award
Charlene Simser, Kansas State University

NASIG Conference Student Grant
Zach Coble, University of Missouri-Columbia
Ning Han, Louisiana State University
Sarah Razer Carnahan, Texas Woman’s University
Richard Rybak, Dominican University
Angela Black, Florida State University
Jessica Lewis, SUNY University at Buffalo

Rose Robischon Scholarship
Pam Cipkowski, Loyola University of Chicago Law School

Serials Specialist Award
Janet Bassett, Salem Public Library (Oregon)

NASIG Conference Mexican Student Grant
This award will be selected by AMBAC, our partner organization in Mexico, in late March or early April.


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