2016 IFLA-IMLS Fellows

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2016 IFLA IMLS Fellows

The American Library Association (ALA) has awarded 50, $1,000 scholarships to help a diverse group of librarians, library staff and library studends from the United States attend the attend the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) in Columbus, Ohio.

The Fellowships are provided through a $50,000 Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

 

 

Here are the names of the 50 librarians who have been awarded the 2016 IMLS $1,000 scholarship:

 

Last Name

First Name

Institution

State

Agzamova

Nurganym

Syracuse University 

New York

Ahmed

Sara

Upper Darby Township & Sellers Memorial Free Public Library

Pennsylvania

Alvarez

Barbara

Westmont Public Library

Illinois

Anantachai

Tarida Syracuse University Libraries New York

Andrews

Nicola

University of Washington

Washington

Basco

Buenaventura
University of Central Florida
Florida

Beard

Regina

Florida Gulf Coast University 

Florida

Bopp

Gailyn

University of Hawaii - Manoa

Hawaii

Brumfield

Elizabeth

Prairie View A&M University

Texas

Cabada

Elisandro

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Illinois

Charry

Priya

Simmons College

Massachusetts

Coelho

Henrique

Worcester Public Library

Massachusetts

Coren

Ashleigh

West Virginia University

West Virginia

Cox

Evelyn

University of Oklahoma, Library and Information Science Program

Oklahoma

Cryer

Billy

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Texas

Davis-Castro

Carla

Library of Congress (Cognressional Research Service)

District of Columbia

Do

Hoan-Vu    

Duffus

Orolando

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

North Carolina

Fenton

Michele

Indiana State Library

Indiana

Gabriel

Jamillah

Purdue University

Indiana

Gant

Alia

University of Texas at Austin

Texas

Jamison

Mark A

Queens Borough Public Library

New York

Jenkins

Latanya

Temple University

Pennsylvania

Joseph

Elizabeth

Ferguson Library

Connecticut

Jules

Bergis

University of California, Riverside

California

Keeton

Kymberly

Inman E. Page Library, Lincoln University Missouri

Missouri

Kelly

Jennifer "Charlie"

Dr. Walter Cooper Academy #10 in Rochester City School District

New York

Kingsland

Valarie

Seward Community Library and Museum

Alaska

Lopez

David

Santa Ana Public Library

California

Malone

Andrea

University of Houston

Texas

McGowan

Bethany

Purdue University

Indiana

McNamara

Jocelyn

National Agricultural Library, LAC Group

Maryland

Milliner

Veronica

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania

Nawar

Essraa

Chapman University Leatherby Libraries

California

Nzomo

Peggy

Kent State University

Ohio

Oviedo-Martinez

Gina

Hillsborough County Libraries 

Florida

Paden

Jonna

 

New Mexico

Paschke-Wood

Jeremiah

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Lousiana

Ponder

Erik

University of Illinois/Graduate School of Library and Information Science

Illinois

Puig

Rita

Regis University

Colorado

Ramirez

Cristina

Richmond Public Library

Virginia

Ramirez

Ricardo

Sacramento Public Library

California

Rodriguez

Michael

Hodges University

Florida

Sagas

Jimena

Colorado State University

Colorado

Sposito

Frank

University of Denver

Colorado

Tonubbee

Robbee

Donald W. Reynolds Community Center and Library

Oklahoma

Vicedo

Melanee

University of Southern California

California

Vicente

Miguel

South Georgia Regional Library

Georgia

Wang

Hanrong

Jacksonville State University

Alabama

Watson

Kelvin

Queens Borough Public Library

New York

Yang

Jungwon

University of Michigan

Michigan

 

 

About the Institute of Museum and Library Services

The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for the nation’s 123,000 libraries and 17,500 museums. Its mission is to inspire libraries and museums to advance innovation, lifelong learning, and cultural and civic engagement. Its grant making, policy development, and research help libraries and museums deliver valuable services that make it possible for communities and individuals to thrive. To learn more, visit imls.gov and follow IMLS on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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