We are pleased to announce the ALISE 2018 Award Winners!

The ALISE Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2018 ALISE Award Winners. These individuals exemplify the excellence that ALISE encourages and represents in the LIS community. Congratulations to all of our Award Winners! Award winner profiles will be updated on a rolling basis.

ALISE Awards

ALISE Service Award

Louise Spiteri, Dalhousie University

ALISE Award for Professional Contribution

Claudia Gollop, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

The Library Journal/ALISE Excellence in Teaching Award

Renee Hill, University of Maryland

ALISE/Pratt-Severn Faculty Innovation Award

Peiling Wang, University of Tennessee

Annual Conference Awards/Grants

ALISE/University of Washington Information School Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award

Elizabeth Mills, University of Washington

Doctoral Students to ALISE Grant

Sylmari Burgos-Ramirez, Simmons College

Diversity Travel Award to the ALISE Annual Conference

Sangeeta Namdev Dhamdhere, Modern College of Arts, Science and Commerce

ALISE Research Awards/Grants

ALISE/Connie Van Fleet Award for Research Excellence in Public Library Services to Adults

Bharat Mehra, University of Tennessee

ALISE Research Grant Competition

Lynne Bowker, University of Ottawa

ALISE/Bohdan S. Wynar Research Paper Competition

J. Elizabeth Mills, University of Washington; Kathleen Campana, Kent State University; Allyson Carlyle, University of Washington; Bowie Kotrla, Florida State University; Eliza T. Dresang, University of Washington; Ivette Bayo Urban, University of Washington; Janet Capps, Independent Researcher; Cheryl Metoyer, University of Washington; Erika Feldman, Independent Researcher; Marin Brouwer, Kent School District; Kathleen Burnett, Florida State University
"Early Literacy in Library Storytimes Part 2: A Quasi-Experimental Study and Intervention with Children's Storytime Providers"

ALISE/Proquest Methodology Paper Competition

Lynne Bowker, University of Ottawa
"Corpus Linguistics: It's not just for linguists!"

ALISE/Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation Competition

Rachel Clark, Syracuse University
"It’s Not Rocket Library Science: Design Epistemology and American Librarianship"