Nominations Open: Jay Ladd Distinguished Service Award

Sue Polanka, Wright State University

The ALAO Awards Committee seeks nominations for the 2013 Jay Ladd Distinguished Service Award.
This award recognizes an individual who (1) has been an Academic Library Association of Ohio member for at least 5 years, and (2) who has promoted academic libraries and librarianship not only on his or her own campus, but also within the state.

The award also recognizes someone who has provided leadership in the promotion of ALAO through service such as committee membership, executive board office, or interest group office. The Jay Ladd Distinguished Service Award honors the memory of Jay Ladd, a founding member of ALAO in the early 1970s.

This is a wonderful way to recognize a colleague who has provided leadership in ALAO and in the profession. The recipient of this year’s award will receive an honorary 5-year membership in ALAO and will be recognized at the ALAO Annual Conference at Kent State University Stark Campus on October 25, 2013.

Please submit your nomination through the online nomination form.

The form requests the following information:

  • Name of nominee
  • Nominee’s position title
  • Nominee’s college or university
  • Nominee’s ALAO activities
  • Your reasons for nominating this person
  • Your name and contact information, including phone or email

NOTE: You may nominate more than one person. Your reasons for nominating your candidate(s) for the Jay Ladd Distinguished Service Award will be especially valuable to the Awards Committee.

Please submit your nominations by Monday, September 30, 2013.

Past winners include:
2012 John J. Burke
2011 Diane Schrecker
2010 Alisa Mizikar
2009 Susan Scott
2008 Marcia Suter

This entry was posted in Vol. 31 no. 3 (Sept. 2013). Bookmark the permalink.

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