Engineering Librarian of the Year Award

Jan 12, 2007 by

Elsevier and the SLA Engineering Division are looking for nominations for the Engineering Librarian of the Year. It’s a $1500 gift “to highlight the accomplishments and contributions of members to the engineering librarian profession.” Nominations are due March 1, 2007.

Criteria and submission details after the jump.

All listings are quoted from the source document, website, or listserv post.

Elsevier /SLA
Engineering Librarian of the Year Award

Please consider nominating a colleague or associate for our Engineering Librarian of the Year award. This $1500 gift is offered annually to honor a Member of the SLA Engineering Division.

The award is sponsored by Elsevier and the Division to highlight the accomplishments and contributions of members to the engineering librarian profession. Recognition comes in the form of the stipend, a certificate, and a presentation at the Division’s Annual Business Meeting held during the annual SLA conference.

Prospective candidates are encouraged to nominate themselves, or an associate
may nominate them.

Criteria for entry are:

1. Membership in good standing in the SLA Engineering Division, as of January 1 of the previous year in which the award is presented.

2. Distinguished achievement in the engineering library profession, through an exceptional contribution on the job, within the SLA Engineering Division, or within the industry at large. This accomplishment should have taken place within the calendar year immediately preceding the nomination.
However, in selected cases, based solely on the Awards Committee’s judgment, recognition may be given for an ongoing, long-term contribution.

Instructions for submissions – Deadline March 1, 2007

Provide full name, address, telephone numbers, e-mail address, and a maximum one-page statement of the nominee’s qualifications to:

Joan C. Dubis
The Boeing Company
Library Services
5301 Bolsa Avenue – M/S H012-A001
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
714-372-0993 (p) – 714-896-1737 (f)

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