2013 SLA Awards & Honors Recipients Announced

The following information professionals will be recognized at the SLA 2013 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO for their outstanding professional achievements and association contributions:

John Cotton Dana Award
Dan Trefethen

SLA Hall of Fame Inductees
Gloria Zamora
Agnes Mattis

Rose L. Vormelker Award
Pam Rollo
Dee Magnoni

ProQuest Dialog Member Achievement Award
Jill Strand

SLA Fellows
David Cappoli, Dennie Heye, Martha Foote, Mary Talley, Rebecca Vargha

SLA Rising Stars
Alyson Avery, Kendra K. Levine, Aileen Marshall, Amy Sarola, Rachel Bates Wilfahrt

The above recipients will be recognized at the Sunday General Session & Awards Presentation, which kicks off the 2013 Annual Conference on June 9th.

Thank you to all members who nominated colleagues for 2013 awards. We received numerous nominations for well-qualified candidates, and encourage you to nominate next year if your recipient was not selected.

Stay tuned for official SLA press releases for each award, and join us in congratulating these  individuals at the conference in San Diego.


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5 responses to “2013 SLA Awards & Honors Recipients Announced”

  1. cara says:

    Yay!! A great list of amazing SLA members- Congrats to all my favorites from back in the day… Well deserved, all. 🙂 — Your old friend, Cara 🙂

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