ARLIS/NA – Ohio Valley Travel Award winner

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The ARLIS/NA – Ohio Valley Travel Award Committee 2015 is pleased to announce that the Spring 2015 Travel Award has been granted to Stacy Brinkman, Art & Architecture Librarian at Miami University.

Stacy is the chair of the Diversity Planning Grant Task Force, which has worked over the past year to draft an IMLS Planning Grant proposal that will position ARLIS/NA to recruit underrepresented minorities into the art information profession. Stacy is also a member of the ARLIS/NA Membership Committee.

Congratulations, Stacy! We hope to see you at the OV meeting in Fort Worth!

Christine Mannix & Betsy Lantz
ARLIS/NA – Ohio Valley Travel Award Committee 2015

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ARLIS/NA SoCal Chapter Travel Awards – Applications due Saturday

Hi all,

Just one last reminder that the ARLIS/NA SoCal Chapter is offering two travel awards for the 43rd Annual ARLIS/NA Conference taking place in Fort Worth, TX, March 19-23, 2015. Attending the conference is a great opportunity to network with other professionals in the art libraries and archives field as well as gain insight on growing trends and important issues. The last day to submit your application is this Saturday, January 31st.

Information about the conference and travel awards below:

The Southern California Chapter of ARLIS/NA is currently offering two travel awards to support and encourage involvement by helping defray the costs of attending the conference. We encourage all to apply!

More information about the conference can be found here: http://www.arlisna.org/fortworth2015/

To learn more about the ARLIS/NA SoCal Chapter or become a member, please visit our website: http://southerncalifornia.arlisna.org/

To apply, please read the eligibility requirements, selection guidelines, and conditions of receiving the awards below and submit a letter of application. Letters of application are due by Saturday, January 31. Recipients will be notified by Saturday, February 14.

Letter of Application:
The letter of application should briefly outline your reasons for attending the conference as well as a short biographical statement listing your employment history, educational background, professional activities, and how much funding you may be receiving from your institution (if any). Please limit application letters to two pages and specify in your email for which award you are applying.

Selection will be weighted toward those applicants who best fulfill the following guidelines:
1. Are attending the ARLIS/NA annual conference for the first time, and/or
2. Are actively participating in the conference in such roles as speaker, moderator, recorder, workshop attendee, etc.

Conditions:
1. Award winner must commit to attending the SoCal Chapter meeting at the conference.
2. Award winner must submit a written conference report for publication in Canvas, the SoCal Chapter newsletter. This report should include an account of the recipient’s personal conference experiences and how the award contributed to professional development.

Winners must confirm in writing that they are able to meet the requirements of conference attendance. Please email your letter of application to the ARLIS/NA SoCal Travel Committee chair, Clarice De Veyra at clarice.deveyra@gmail.com

ARLIS/NA SoCal CHAPTER STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD
The student travel award supports and encourages student involvement with ARLIS/NA and the SoCal Chapter, $300 will be granted to the award recipient.

Eligibility:
1. Applicants must be members in good standing of both ARLIS/NA and the SoCal Chapter.
Chapter membership forms can be sent along with the award application and membership is free to students!

2. Only applicants who receive partial or no institutional funds towards conference attendance will be considered for the award. We strongly encourage those who do not receive full funding to apply.

3. Applicants must be enrolled in a Master’s program working towards a library degree.

ARLIS/NA SoCal CHAPTER JUDITH A. HOFFBERG TRAVEL AWARD
This award honors the Chapter’s founder Judith A. Hoffberg (1934-2009), $300 will be granted to the award recipient.

Eligibility:
1. Applicants must be members in good standing of both ARLIS/NA and the SoCal Chapter.

2. Only applicants who receive partial or no institutional funds towards conference attendance will be considered for the award. We strongly encourage those who do not receive full funding to apply.

3. Current board members are eligible for the award.

We look forward to your applications!


Announcement: 2015 ARLIS/NA-SE Professional Development Travel Award Winner

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On behalf of the 2015 ARLIS/NA-SE Travel Award Committee, I am pleased to announce that Sara DeWaay is our 2015 ARLIS/NA-SE Professional Development Travel Award winner!

Sara is the Art & Architecture Librarian at the J. Murrey Atkins Library at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She will be presenting a poster on an in-progress project of redesigning a space in the Architecture Branch Library to have a multitude of uses for the library and campus as a whole! She also plans on including information about involving students in this process!

Sara is a member of ARLIS/NA and ARLIS/NA-SE, but a first time annual conference attendee. She’s excited to learn more about what’s happening in art librarianship and to make more connections with the chapter and the association.

Join is in congratulating Sara!

Olivia Miller & Courtney Baron
2015 ARLIS/NA-SE Professional Development Travel Award Committee

Olivia Miller, MSLS
Public Services Librarian

James Addison Jones Library
Greensboro College
815 West Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27401


ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter Travel Award Winner

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On behalf of the Executive Board of the ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter I would like to offer my congratulations to Nicole Lovenjak for being awarded the Northwest Chapter’s Travel Award to the 2015 ARLIS/NA Conference in Fort Worth.

Nicole, who is currently doing a practicum at the Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, The Banff Centre, is very involved with ARLIS/NA and will be presenting a poster about The Banff Centre’s transition to an open stack artists’ book collection. She also looks forward to talking with others at the conference about the challenges and positive outcomes of her project, Artists’ Books Canada.

Please join the rest of the Northwest Chapter Executive Board and me in congratulating Nicole!

Traci Timmons, Chair, ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter


ARLIS/NA-SE Travel Award App. Due this Friday

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Due Friday, 1/16/15! Don’t wait to the last minute!

Are you an art librarian or library student living in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the U.S. Virgin Islands territory? Is one of your New Years Resolutions to be more involved in professional associations? The Southeast Chapter Travel Award is an excellent opportunity to help fund your conference travel!

Our best candidate will receive a $500 (USD) award to attend the ARLIS/NA conference in Fort Worth, Texas, March 19-23, 2015.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this award is to cultivate a talented, dedicated, and educated group of professionals for the ARLIS/NA organization as well as the ARLIS/NA-SE chapter.

Funds from this award may be used to pay for travel, lodging, registration and meals associated with professional development activities at the annual ARLIS/NA conference.

ELIGIBILITY

Any individual meeting these criteria may apply for the award; however first-time attendees are given preference.

  • Currently reside in the geographic area served by the ARLIS/NA-SE chapter (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, and the U.S. Virgin Islands).

  • Membership in ARLIS/NA-SE and ARLIS/NA at the time of application is not required, although preference will be given to current ARLIS/SE members.

  • Currently be either employed in the field of art librarianship and/or visual resources curatorship, or enrolled in an educational program leading to a graduate degree.

  • Current students, individuals beginning their professional career within the field of Art Information in the past five years, and paraprofessionals who are becoming active in ARLIS/NA or ARLIS/NA-SE for the first time may be included.

  • Recipients of the award may not re-apply in future years.

AWARD RECIPIENT DUTIES

The travel award recipient is expected to:

  • Participate in the ARLIS/NA Conference Networking program (if they have not previously done so).

  • Attend the ARLIS/NA-SE Chapter meeting at the annual ARLIS/NA conference.

  • Submit a written report on his or her conference activities within one month of the conference. The report should be submitted to the ARLIS/NA-SE webmaster to be posted to the ARLIS/NA-SE webpage.

  • Serve on the the 2016 Professional Development Travel Award Committee and subsequently chair the committee in 2017.

Award applications will be accepted up until midnight on Friday, January 16th, 2015. The award winner will be contacted no later than Friday, January 23rd, 2015.

​Click here for the application form, or copy and paste the following link into your browser: http://goo.gl/forms/sDgzUpFza9

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Olivia Miller (olivia.miller@greensboro.edu) and/or Courtney Baron (cbaron@uga.edu).


ARLIS/NA-Ohio Valley Travel Award

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ARLIS-Ohio Valley is accepting applications for our Spring 2015 Travel Award. If you are an art librarian or library student living in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, or western Pennsylvania, you can apply for a $250 grant to help defray the costs of attending the 2015 ARLIS/NA 43rd Conference, March 19-23, 2015, in Fort Worth, TX.  Interested ARLIS-Ohio Valley chapter members should follow the application procedures below and send as a Word attachment to Christine Mannix (cmannix@ccad.edu) or Elizabeth Lantz (elantz@clevelandart.org) by February 6, 2015. The winner will be notified no later than February 13, 2015.

Not a member? Visit the ARLIS/Ohio Valley Chapter blog at http://arlisov.wordpress.com/membership-2/ to join! Our professional membership costs $25 per year and our student membership is free with proof of ARLIS/NA membership. Memberships span the calendar year from January 1 to December 31.

TRAVEL AWARD APPLICATION:

  1. Submit a letter of application to the Travel Award Committee addressing any relevant award criteria and indicating how you will benefit from or contribute to the meeting.
  2. Include information regarding any available travel funding from your institution.
  3. Please include a current resume.

2015 ARLIS/Ohio Valley Travel Award Committee:

Christine Mannix, Columbus College of Art & Design
Phone: 614-222-3272  cmannix@ccad.edu

Elizabeth Lantz, Cleveland Museum of Art
Phone: 216-707-2538  blantz@clevelandart.org


ARLIS/NA-SE Professional Development Travel Award

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Now updated with a new deadline (1/16/15) and clarification of duties! 

Are you an art librarian or library student living in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, or the U.S. Virgin Islands territory? Is one of your New Years Resolutions to be more involved in professional associations? The Southeast Chapter Travel Award is an excellent opportunity to help fund your conference travel!

Our best candidate will receive a $500 (USD) award to attend the ARLIS/NA conference in Fort Worth, Texas, March 19-23, 2015.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this award is to cultivate a talented, dedicated, and educated group of professionals for the ARLIS/NA organization as well as the ARLIS/NA-SE chapter.

Funds from this award may be used to pay for travel, lodging, registration and meals associated with professional development activities at the annual ARLIS/NA conference.

ELIGIBILITY

Any individual meeting these criteria may apply for the award; however first-time attendees are given preference.

  • Currently reside in the geographic area served by the ARLIS/NA-SE chapter (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, and the U.S. Virgin Islands).

  • Membership in ARLIS/NA-SE and ARLIS/NA at the time of application is not required, although preference will be given to current ARLIS/SE members.

  • Currently be either employed in the field of art librarianship and/or visual resources curatorship, or enrolled in an educational program leading to a graduate degree.

  • Current students, individuals beginning their professional career within the field of Art Information in the past five years, and paraprofessionals who are becoming active in ARLIS/NA or ARLIS/NA-SE for the first time may be included.

  • Recipients of the award may not re-apply in future years.

AWARD RECIPIENT DUTIES

The travel award recipient is expected to:

  • Participate in the ARLIS/NA Conference Networking program (if they have not previously done so).

  • Attend the ARLIS/NA-SE Chapter meeting at the annual ARLIS/NA conference.

  • Submit a written report on his or her conference activities within one month of the conference. The report should be submitted to the ARLIS/NA-SE webmaster to be posted to the ARLIS/NA-SE webpage.

  • Serve on the the 2016 Professional Development Travel Award Committee and subsequently chair the committee in 2017.

Award applications will be accepted up until midnight on Friday, January 16th, 2015. The award winner will be contacted no later than Friday, January 23rd, 2015.

​Click here for the application form, or copy and paste the following link into your browser: http://goo.gl/forms/sDgzUpFza9

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Olivia Miller (olivia.miller@greensboro.edu) and/or Courtney Baron (cbaron@uga.edu).