Awards and Recognition

 

Awards and Recognition

Kutsukake, Lynne. 2010. One of three finalists for the Journey Prize, the prestigious award given by the Writer’s Trust of Canada, for the short story entitled Mating published in The Dalhousie Review.

Mazar, Rochelle  and Allison Bell.  December 2010. Rochelle (UTM) and Allison (Gerstein Science Information Centre), were accepted to attend the Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute (NELI) at Emerald Lake, B.C., for future library leaders.

CLAWeaver, Kent. May 2010. Receives the Award for the Advancement of Intellectual Freedom in Canada from the Canadian Library Association. This nomination is based on Mr Weaver’s demonstrated commitment to intellectual freedom for academic librarians, and marks the first time an academic librarian has received CLA’s recognition for this Award. Mr Weaver is Manager of Systems Operations, Information Technology Services, at the University of Toronto Library.

Sawa Meyers, Suzanne. 2009 JUNO Award. Nominated with her partner, Prof. George Sawa, for the  World Music Album of the Year category for their CD, The Art Of The Early  Egyptian Qanun. Suzanne Meyers Sawa is Music Librarian, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.

Torrens, Miguel A. 2008 Encomienda de la Orden del Mérito Civil by King Juan Carlos, Spain. M.Torrens is the Iberian & South American Selector, Robarts Library, University of Toronto.

Elmborg, James K. & Sheril Hook, Eds. Centers for Learning: Writing Centers and Libraries in Collaboration. ACRL Publications in Librarianship 58. Chicago: PIL, 2005.

Sonne de Torrens, Harriet.   Awarded the Leonard F. Boyle Dissertation Prize by the Canadian Society of Medievalists. De fontibus salvatoris: a liturgical and ecclesiological reading of the representation of the Childhood of Christ on the medieval fonts from Scandinavia. 2004.

Rochelle Mazar from UTM and Allison Bell from the Gerstein Science Information Centre, were accepted to attend the Northern Exposure to Leadership Institute (NELI) held in December 2010. NELI is a unique residential learning experience held in Emerald Lake, B.C. which brings together 36 librarians from across Canada who aspire to leadership within libraries or information service organizations.

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