Library News HighlightsMay 23, 2012
, head of the DCPL Adult Literacy Resource Center, is
one of ve winners of the 2012 Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz FoundationAwards for “distinguished DC government employees.” The award,announced by The George Washington University Center for Excellencein Public Leadership, said, “The selection panel saw an exceptional publicservant who has made a signicant contribution in service to the governmentand the residents of Washington, DC.”
, DCPL’s Computer Training Coordinator, was named aFinalist for the 2012 Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Awards in thecategory of “distinguished DC government employees.”
, the Adaptive Technology Librarian in the AdaptiveServices Division, is the recipient of the fth annual Raymond Von DranMemorial Award from The Catholic University of America School of Libraryand Information Science’s Alumni Board. The award is given to an alumnus/alumna who exemplies the qualities of innovation, collaboration, andleadership.
, Children’s Librarian, was elected ALA Councilor-at-Large for a three-year term.
Director of Collections, was one of two librarians in the U.S. to be invited, all expenses paid, by the Colombia Government Trade Bureau toattend the 25
International Book Fair in Bogota. Ms. Miller met with editors, publishers, authors, and illustrators to learn about trends the group anticipatesin libraries and the publishing industry.
just earned a Master’s Degree in Library and InformationScience from The Catholic University of America. At graduation, Rebeccawas honored by the faculty as Information Science Graduate of the Year.
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Philip G. Freelon
was honored with the 2012 Design Guild Award by The DesignGuild of The College of Design at North Carolina State University in ResearchTriangle Park. The Design Guild jury cited Mr. Freelon’s remarkable contributionsto architecture, art, and design, most notably his impact on public sector buildings.Mr. Freelon designed the Anacostia and Tenley-Friendship Libraries. I was honoredto introduce him at the awards ceremony.
Document #8Board of Library Trustees MeetingMay 23, 2012