ALISE Award for Professional Contribution to Library and Information Science Education

Previous Recipients

Winners will receive one complimentary registration to the ALISE Annual Conference.

Chair:

Heather Moorefield Lang, South Carolina (2018) mlangh@mailbox.sc.edu

Members:

Elisabeth Jones, Washington (2017)
Ajit Pyati, Western (2016) 
Natasha Zwarich, Montreal (2016)

Board liaison:

Laurie Bonnici, Alabama (lbonnici@slis.ua.edu) -- Director of Membership Services

Award Criteria

  • Evidence of regular and sustained service that promotes and strengthens the broad areas of library/information science education through the holding of appropriate offices and positions within the profession (30 points)
  • Contributions which promote and enhance the status of library/information science education (30 points)
  • Evidence of leadership and initiative in dealing with issues related to library/information science education (40 points)

Nominations Requirements

  • A Nomination Letter (electronically or in hard copy) describing the ways in which the nominee fulfills the criteria as advertised
  • Appropriate Supporting Documentation, e.g., letters of recommendation and/or names of references which address the criteria listed above and provide such evidence, a resume of the nominee or a description of his/her appropriate activities and contributions
  • The Committee may solicit more information, if necessary
  • Award Nomination Form

Previous Recipients

2015 - Anne Gilliland

2014 -Ling Hwey Jeng

2013 - Ann Prentice

2012 - Eileen G. Abels

2010 - Ken Haycock

2009 - Michael Eisenberg 

2008 - Catherine Sheldrick Ross
           Linda Smith

2007 - Brooke E. Sheldon

2006 - no award

2005 - Marcia J. Bates, Joan C. Durrance

2004 - Carol Collier Kuhlthau

2003 - Leigh Stewart Estabrook

2002 - Toni Carbo

2001 - Jane Robbins

2000 - Thomas D. Wilson

1999 - Marilyn L. Miller

1998 - Edward G. Holley

1997 - Charles Bunge

1996 - Norman Horrocks

1995 - Margaret Stieg

1994 - no award

1993 - Thomas J. Galvin

1992 - Lester Asheim

1991 - Herman Totten

1990 - no award

1989 - Robert M. Hayes

1988 - Samuel Rothstein

1987 - Martha Boaz
Margaret Monroe