The Carnegie Whitney Award Winners

Carnegie Whitney Awardees

Year

Name

Project Name

2014

Lauren Causey Annotated Bibliography of Diverse Nonfiction Children's and Young Adult Literature in the Social Sciences and Humanities
2014 Ruby Cheesman LDS Fiction Database: A Selected List
2014 Pingsheng Chen Welcome to America: A Resource Guide for Language, Culture, and Citizenship for ESL Students and Educators
2014 Keren Dali Biblio or Therapy? An Annotated Bibliography on Bibliotherapy for Librarians
2014 John DeLooper and Clifford Brooks Opera and Children's Literature - A Comprehensive Bibliiography
2014 Jennifer France The Essential Wooden Boat Building Reading List
2014 Rachel Isaac-Menard The Use of Architecture for Political Means in the US - A Multi-Disciplinary Research Guide and Webliography for Scholars
2014 Melissa Fisher Isaacs Religion in Kansas Project
2014 Amy Levine Booktalk Podcasts for Young Adults
2014 Claudette Newhall Cotton Mather: An Annotated Bibliography
2014 Danielle Renee Reed Flavor Science - Online Bibliography
2014 Beth Walker Annotated Manga/Graphic Novel Bibliography

2013

Vicki Bloom Put Some Vrooom in Your Life - a Guide to Films and Books on Auto Racing
2013 Anne Bridges Database of the Smokies
2013 Karen Evans
2013 Lisa Klopfer
Southeast Michigan as a Region of Study: An Annotated Resource Guide to Detroit in Context
2013 Annie Knight
Open Access Resources for Queer Studies Research: An Annotated Bibliography
2013 Deborah Lilton and Sibyl Moses
African American Parades: A Bibliographic Guide
2013 Miriam Lytle
Tales & Travel Memories
2013 Helvetia Martell
2013 Gabriel Morley
Martin Luther King Jr: An Annotated Bibliography from 1986-2012
2013 Aimee Strittmatter
Summer Reading Booklist
   
 
2012 Wendi Bost Celebrate Florida! 500 Years of Hispanic Heritage
2012 Janne Boone Horses 101: Resources for Rescue Groups and Horse Advocates
2012 Paul Kauppila Reggae and Ska Bibliography
2012 Jere Odell Conscientious Objection in the Healing Professions: A Reader’s Guide to the Ethical and Social Issues
2012 Frances Yates Seeing the World Through a Different Lens: Diversity in International Youth Films
2012 Janalyn Moss & Lisa Martinicik Graphic History: A Database for Graphic Novels about History
2012 Heather Doran Helen Tanner American Indian History Collection
2012 Wesley Boomgaarden Logan Elm Press Online Catalogue Raisonné
     

2011

Nadean Meyer & Rayette Sterling

What's My Story?: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Youth Resources

2011

Ellen Greenblatt

Creating a Database of LGBTQ-related Literature for Children and Young Adults

2011

Eileen Abels

Infusing Innovation in Rural Libraries: An Annotated List of Electronic and Print Resources

2011

Shannon Farrell & Benjamin Rodriquez

A Web-Enabled Videogame Collection Companion

2011

Dana Braccia

Write Local Online Toolkit for Aspiring Community Authors

2011

Spencer Acadia

A Resources Guide to Medical Sociology and Medical Anthropology

2011

YALSA

YALSA's Complete Summer Reading Manual for Teens and Tweens

     

2010

Christine Bombaro

Finding History

2010

Kimberley Bugg / Angiah Davis

The Study of Black Popular Culture: An Annotated Electronic Index (Fade 2 Black database)

2010

Susan Irwin

A Companion Guide to the Sacks Collection of the American West

2010

Peggy Johnson

Facilitating the Writing of Literature Reviews

2010

Stephanie Kueen

Teen Read Week and Teen Tech Week: The Best of YALS

2010

Teresa Welsh

A Selected Bibliography of Resources Related to Disaster Preparedness

2010

Camilla Yamada

Children of the Storm: An Educational Database for Children in Disasters

     

2009

Anne Bailey

Book Publishing Forum

2009

Rose Bland

Clinical Trials 101: Resources for Alzheimer's Patients and Their Caregivers

2009

Priscilla Matthews

Mystery Series Characters in Short Stories: An Index to Collections and Specific Short Stories with Specific Series Characters

2009

Liza Palmer

Avant-Garde Film: An Index to Films and Publications, 1905-2005

2009

Rana Salzmann

The Planner's Bibliography: An Annotated List of Electronic and Print Resources for Practicing Planners, Scholars, and Students of Planning

2009

Gail Staines

Horses in Cultures: A Searchable Database of Works of Fiction (with annotations)

     

2008

Vivian Chan
The Wing Luke Asian Museum

Facts and Fiction: Books about Asian Pacific Americans for K-12

2008

Virginia Dietrich
National Weather Center Library

All Weather is Good 

2008

Lois Gordon
Mohawk Valley Library System

Environment, Health & Technology in the 21st Century: A Guide to Selected Popular Materials

2008

Carol Sibley
Minnesota State University Moorhead

Best Read Aloud Picture Books

2008

 Beth Thomsett-Scott University of North Texas

STEM Girls: Resources to Interest Girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Careers

2008

Miriam Tuliao
New York Public Library

Contemporary Immigrant Voices in Poetry: A Selected Bibliography 

2008

Karen Vargas
Houston, TX

Linking Older Adults to Quality Health Information 

2008

Yunshan Ye
Waidner-Spahr Library

Research 101: Modern China Studies 

     

2007

Carolyn Garnes

A Multi Media Guide to African American Books for Children & Young Adults

2007

Mathew Mallard and Jie Tian

A Century of Peace Making

2007

Nadean Meyer

Social Studies Research Resources

2007

Jocelyn Tipton
(PROJECT INCOMPLETE)

Constitutional Resources for College Libraries

2007

YALSA

Quick & Popular Reads for Teens

     

2006

Andy Alali

An Annotated Bibliography of Research on Terrorism

2006

Jeanne Drewes

Preparing, Protecting, Preserving

2006

Christopher Harter

Populist Publishers: A Descriptive Bibliography

2006

Elisa Mason

Forced Migration Studies: A Guide to Research and Reference Sources

2006

Miriam Morgan

The Literary Map of Africa

2006

Jack Simpson

A Map Guide to Chicago Genealogy Resources

     

2005

Donald Altschiller

Animal-Assisted Therapy: A Guide to the Literature and an Annotated Bibliography

2005

Carla Levesque

An Annotated Bibliography of Materials for People with Limited Literacy Skills

2005

Alice Tait
(PROJECT INCOMPLETE)

The Black Press, USA

2005

Frances Yates

Girls' Voices Literature Database

     

2004

Association for Library Service to Children
American Library Association
Chicago, IL

Building a Home Library

2004

Jacob Gapko
Eau Claire, WI

Children and Young Adults With Muscular Dystrophy: An Annotated Bibliography

2004

Cynthia Hsieh
University of the Pacific

Everything You Want to Know About Asian American Youth:  An Annotated Bibliography & Resources Guide

2004

Sylvia Ortiz
New Mexico State University Library

Bilingual Guide to Border Health Information: For Promotoras, Librarians, Health Educators, the Public, Students & Researchers

     

2003

Association for Library Service to Children
American Library Association
Chicago, IL

Born to Read - Spanish Version

2003

Karen Evans
Cunningham Memorial Library
Terre Haute, IN

Broken Glass &Yellow Stars: Holocaust Materials for Juveniles & Young Adults

2003

Anne Page Mosby and M. Elaine Hughs

African American Studies Core List of Resources: An Annotated List of Selected Resources Used by Teachers of African American Studies at Colleges & Universities in the U.S. during the 1998-99 Academic Year

2003

Phyllis Van
Orden
Seattle, WA

Library Service to Children:  A Guide to the History, Planning, Policy, & Research Literature

2003

Xiao Jason Yu
University of California at Los Angeles
(PROJECT INCOMPLETE)

Human Population & Demography: A Guide to Reference & Information Sources

     

2002

Association for Library Service to Children
American Library Association
Chicago, IL

Born to Read

2002

Sterling Coleman, Jr.
Auburn University
Auburn, AL

Librarianship & Information Science in the Islamic World 1966–1999:  An Annotated Bibliography

2002

Adonna Fleming
James A. Michener Library
Greeley, CO

Women’s Studies Reading List

2002

Wicky Sleight
Kirkwood Public Library
Kirkwood, MO

ReadMOre State – Wide Reading Project for the State of Missouri

2002

Wayne Wiegand
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI

Right Here I See My Own Books:  A Database of the Library in the Woman’s Building of the World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois 1893