Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Meet the ACRL Presidents: Anne K. Beaubien

Over the course of ACRL’s 75th anniversary celebration, we’ll highlight the association’s history by profiling our past presidents. Anne K. Beaubien served as ACRL President from 1991-92. 1. Three words to describe your ACRL presidency: Extraordinary professional experience. 2. What is your most enduring memory of your presidential year? ACRL’s planning process was

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75th Anniversary Scholarship Donor: Lori Goetsch

As part of the celebration of ACRL’s 75th Anniversary, we’ve launched a fundraising campaign to fund 75 scholarships for ACRL 2015. Over the course of the campaign, we’ll profile the ACRL 75th Anniversary scholarship donors and learn why they chose to support to the campaign. Lori Goetsch is dean of libraries at Kansas

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ACRL 2015 Offers Record-Breaking $110,000 in Scholarships

ACRL is offering approximately 175 scholarships worth more than $110,000 for the ACRL 2015 Conference, “Creating Sustainable Community,” to be held March 25 – 28, 2015, in Portland, Oregon. ACRL typically funds about 100 conference scholarships and this year initiated a new Kick Start the Future campaign in honor of the association’s 75th anniversary that seeks to raise the

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Meet the ACRL Presidents: Benjamin E. Powell

Over the course of ACRL’s 75th anniversary celebration, we’ll highlight the association’s history by profiling our past presidents. Benjamin E. Powell (1905-1981) was the 11th president of ACRL, serving from 1948-49, and later president of ALA from 1959-1960. Powell began his career in academic librarianship as an undergraduate at Duke

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Meet the ACRL Presidents: Camila Alire

Over the course of ACRL’s 75th anniversary celebration, we’ll highlight the association’s history by profiling our past presidents. Camila Alire served as ACRL President from 2005-2006. 1. Three words to describe your ACRL presidency: Awesome, awarding, collaborating! 2. What is your most enduring memory of your presidential year? My presidential program