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ProQuest is the proud sponsor of the Library Journal Teaching Award. The award recognizes excellence in educating the next generation of library staff. Lilia Pavlovsky, PhD., Lecturer in Library and Information Science at Rutgers’ School of Communication and Information, is the 2013 recipient of this distinguished award. Dr. Pavlovsky embraces the changes in today’s libraries and teaches her students to be life-long learners.

Left to Right: Mike Kelley, Library Journal; Lilia Pavlovsky, Rutgers University; Kurt Sanford, ProQuest.

Kurt Sanford, CEO of ProQuest, presented Dr. Pavlovsky with the award during a special reception Saturday night at the Metropolitan Grill in Seattle. In lieu of accepting the $5,000 gift, Dr. Pavlovsky chose to donate it to the Rutgers University Foundation. This foundation provides scholarships and stipends to students for educational dreams.

Read more about Lilia Pavlovsky, PhD., in our Meet the People blog.

30 Jan 2013 | Posted by Christine Goetz

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