Greta Marlatt Receives “I Love My Librarian Award” from Carnegie/New York Times

Ten librarians were recognized today by the Carnegie Corporation of New York/The New York Times for their services. Among those honored is Greta Marlatt, SLA member and information services manager for the Naval Postgraduate School's Dudley Library

Greta is honored for providing invaluable service to over 400 U.S. and international military officers in many ways. Among other volunteer roles, Greta has served as a director for SLA's own Military Division. 

View Greta's nomination here (PDF in new window) to learn about her full impact at the postgraduate school (an impact which extends to both faculty and students).

View details about all the honorees on the @yourlibrary website.

On behalf of SLA, congrats, Greta!

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