WGSS Award for Significant Achievement in Women & Gender Studies Librarianship

About the WGSS Award for Significant Achievement in Women & Gender Studies Librarianship This award is given annually to honor a distinguished academic librarian who has made outstanding contributions to women and gender studies through accomplishments and service to the profession. The award recognizes those who have made significant one-time contributions.

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Award and Frequency

Plaque

This award is given out on an annual basis.

Eligibility

Must be an ACRL WGSS member.

Application Instructions

Electronic submissions are required. Submissions must be made on the appropriate nomination form (available from the WGSS Web site). In addition, please submit a nominating letter addressing specific area(s) or criteria and citing concrete examples. The nominations packet must include 3 letters of support. Send your nomination packet to the attention of Jennifer Mayer, mayerj@uwyo.edu.

If you have questions or require assistance in completing a nomination packet, please contact Heather Tompkins, Carleton College Library, T: (507) 222-7172, E-mail: htompkin@carleton.edu or Chase Ollis at collis@ala.org.

Contact Information

Ms. Heather Lee Tompkins (Chair, July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015)
Chase Ollis (Staff Liaison, July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015) - collis@ala.org
American Library Association
50 E Huron St
Chicago, IL 60611-2788

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Selection Criteria

The ACRL Women & Gender Studies Section Award for Significant Achievement in Women & Gender Studies Librarianship recognizes one-time achievement, by an individual or a group, during the particular year of the award. Achievement may be in any area of academic Women & Gender Studies librarianship, including, but not limited to:

• Publication of a monograph, journal article, website, or media product;
• Talk or other presentation at a nationally recognized conference;
• Innovations in Women & Gender Studies librarianship, including but not limited to instruction;
• Development of an exemplary program, collection, digitization project, or access tool to serve Women & Gender Studies students and/or faculty;
• Significant creative & innovative contribution to the work of the ACRL Women & Gender Studies Section.