Ken Haycock Award for Promoting Librarianship

About the Ken Haycock Award for Promoting Librarianship
An annual award consisting of $1,000 and a 24k gold-framed citation of achievement honoring an individual for contributing significantly to the public recognition and appreciation of librarianship through professional performance, teaching, and/or writing.

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2015 Recipient(s)

Nancy Kranich

special projects librarian and lecturer at Rutgers University

Kranich holds a Master of Arts degree in Library Science from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a Masters in Public Administration from New York University.  Since receiving her Master of Arts degree in 1973, she has worked in academic and public libraries and as a library educator.  During these more than 40 years, she has actively participated in the work of the American Library Association and served as President in 2000-2001.  Her curriculum vita, alone, supports awarding her this honor. Nancy Kranich has, beyond a doubt, made significant contributions to the public recognition and appreciation of librarianship in everything she has done.