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ProQuest partners with numerous divisions of the American Library Association (ALA) in supporting distinguished awards which recognize professional development, scholarship and support future generations of librarians, researchers and educators.

This weekend at ALA’s Annual Conference in Chicago, numerous individuals will be recognized for their achievements.  ProQuest is a proud sponsor of these awards and congratulates the outstanding individuals affiliated with each distinguished award.

GODORT Margaret T. Lane / Virigina F. Saunders Memorial Research Award

Bruce Montgomery, University of Colorado

GODORT Documents to the People Award

Kirsten Clark, University of Minnesota

Ulrich's Serials Librarianship Award

Beverley Geer, YBP Library Services

ACRL Instruction Section Innovation Award

Leslie Sult and Mike Hagedon, University of Arizona

ACRL CLS ProQuest Innovation in College Librarianship Award

Erin T. Smith and Jamie P. Kohler, Westminster College McGill University

AASL Intellectual Freedom Award

Rosalind Dennis, Director, DeKalb County School District

AASL Distinguished School Administrators Award

Scott Bacon, Principal, Blue Valley High School

ProQuest also congratulates two phenomenal women in Canada, who were recognized recently for their dedication and service to the profession.

Read more about ProQuest sponsorships.

26 Jun 2013

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