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Deadline for NASIG 2017 Grants, Scholarships, and Awards Extended to February 20December 11, 2016
(via Gwen Gregory, IACRL Past President)
NASIG is pleased to announce the application cycle for its 2017 grants, awards, and scholarships to be awarded at the Annual Conference being held June 8-11, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Please visit the Awards page on the NASIG website for full descriptions and applications. The deadline to submit applications is Feb. 10, 2017. A list of awards, including brief descriptions, is below.
Birdie MacLennan Award
An award for a mid-career professional in information management, covering conference registration, three nights lodging, and travel costs within North America.
An award to recognize an individual who has made significant and distinguished contributions to the field of information resource management through recruiting and mentoring new professionals, service to NASIG or other professional organizations, notable research, or participation in organizations that advance innovation in the field.
First Timer Award
An award to a first time attendee, professional or paraprofessional, working in the information resources management field, covering conference registration, three nights lodging, and travel costs within North America.
John Merriman Joint NASIG/UKSG Award
This award supports two people, one from each association, and consists of travel to the sister conference, and accomodatons for the duration of the conference and paid registration for the conference.
Paraprofessional Specialist Award
Awards for promising paraprofessionals, covering cost of conference registration, three nights lodging, and travel within North America.
Marcia Tuttle International Grant
A $3,000 grant for an individual working in the information management chain to fund appropriate activities in fostering international communication and education.
Awards for promising new information management professionals, covering cost of conference registration, three nights lodging, and travel within North America. Recipients will also be invited to serve on a NASIG committee.
Rose Robischon Scholarship
A scholarship awarded to an information management professional lacking funds for travel. The scholarship covers the cost of conference registration, three nights lodging, and travel within North America.
John Riddick Student Grant
Grants for qualifying students to attend the NASIG annual conference, covering cost of registration, three nights lodging, and travel within North America. Winners will be offered the opportunity to share a 10-15 minute presentation during the conference at the Student Spotlight Session.
Fritz Schwartz Education Scholarship
A $3,000 scholarship and conference travel grant for a graduate student demonstrating excellence in scholarship and the potential for accomplishments in a serials career. The winner will be offered the opportunity to share a 10-15 minute presentation during the conference at the Student Spotlight Session.