Honor a Fellow Info Pro with an SLA Award!

Do you know a colleague or peer who has gone above and beyond the call of duty? A librarian or information professional who has made an impact on your career or the careers of others, or has furthered the interests of SLA or the information profession?

The SLA Awards and Honors Committee is seeking nominations of extraordinary individuals who have made a significant impact on, or notable strides in, the information profession and SLA. Selected nominees will be honored for their achievements at the SLA 2015 Annual Conference in Boston on June 14.

Nominations are due Monday, December 1. If you know a colleague or peer who would be a deserving recipient of one of the following awards and honors, nominate him or her today!

  • John Cotton Dana Award
  • SLA Hall of Fame
  • Fellow of SLA
  • Rose L. Vormelker Award
  • SLA Rising Star

If you have any questions, please contact Natasha Kenner at SLA.

Key links:
Award descriptions
Award nomination forms
General award recipient criteria and nominating tips

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