ANNOUNCEMENT: NASIG Marcia Tuttle International Grant Recipient Anne E. McKee 22 Jan 2001 23:11 UTC
ANNOUNCEMENT: NASIG MARCIA TUTTLE INTERNATIONAL GRANT RECIPIENT
The NASIG Awards & Recognition Committee and NASIG Executive Board are
pleased to announce that the winner of the Marcia Tuttle International
Grant for 2001 is Dr. Taemin K. Park, Serials Librarian, Indiana
The Maria Tuttle International Grant was established in 1998 to provide
funding for serials work of international scope that fosters international
communication and education. Supported activities may include, but are not
limited to, research, collaborative projects, job exchanges, and
presentation of paper at conferences.
This grant, named in honor of Marcia Tuttle, whose many accomplishments
have had a dramatic impact on the serials profession, provides $1,000 to
help defray the costs of international travel.
Dr. Park will be presenting a paper at the 12th International Conference
on New Information Technology in Beijing, China, May 29-31, 2001. Her
topic will be on library education in information organization and access
of networked resources, including online serials.
Please join the NASIG Awards & Recognition Committee and the NASIG
Executive Board in congratulating Dr. Park and wishing her the best of
good fortune in her travels.
NASIG A&R Committee, Co-Chair
Serials & Electronic Resources Unit Coordinator
American University Library
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016