Eligibility: Any individual at the University of Michigan who holds a Primary Faculty appointment as Librarian, Archivist, or Curator, with no more than eight years’ practice in his or her profession.
Award: The recipient will be awarded $1,000 to commemorate the honor to be conferred at the annual Faculty Awards occasion.
Selection Criteria: Active and innovative early-career achievement in library, archival or curatorial services. This may include developing specialized services for faculty and students, improving access to information, or efficiently managing the library and archival resources (staff, space, funding, collections).
Nomination Guidelines: All nomination materials should be submitted to email@example.com by May 1, 2020.
- A statement of the nominee’s achievements in library, archival or curatorial activities. (Required)
- A current curriculum vitae. (Required)
- Letters of support from internal (U-M Library) (Required) and
- Letters of support external sources (Required) (U-M Campus; excluding U-M Library. NOTE: No fewer than 3 letters of support should be from external sources.
Note: Nominations that are not selected will be eligible for three years.
Past University Librarian Recognition Award Recipients
2019 — Jungwong Yang, International Government Information and Public Policy
2017 — Jo Angela (Angie) Oehrli, Senior Associate Librarian, Learning and Teaching
2016 — Mara Blake, University Library
2015 — Marci Brandenburg, University Library - Health Sciences
2014 — Evyn Kropf, Senior Associate Librarian, Library Research - International Studies
2013 — Jamie Lausch Vander Broek, Associate Librarian, Library Research
2012 — Suzanne Chapman, University Library
2011 — Loyd Mbabu, University Library
2010 — Jean Song, University Library - Health Sciences
2009 — Jennifer Green, University Library
2008 — Donna Hayward, Associate Dean of Libraries and Librarian for Budget and Planning
2007 — Gupreet Rana, University Library
2006 — Annette Haines, University Library
2005 — Maria Bonn, University Library
2004 — Mary Rader, University Library
2003 — Susan Hollar, University Library