[Neasis-l] NEASIST Award Winners

Candy Schwartz candy.schwartz at simmons.edu
Tue Oct 11 11:00:46 EDT 2005

Beatrice - you rock! Way to go.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: neasis-l-bounces at asis.org 
> [mailto:neasis-l-bounces at asis.org] On Behalf Of Margret G Branschofsky
> Sent: October 11, 2005 10:54 AM
> To: neasis-l at asis.org
> Subject: [Neasis-l] NEASIST Award Winners
> I am proud to announce that our chapter has won TWO awards this year!
>  1) Beatrice Pulliam has won the Chapter Member of the Year 
> award. See the citation below.
>  2) We tied with Indiana & Michigan chapter(s)for the Chapter 
> Event of the Year award. See citation below.
> These will be officially awarded at the Chapter Assembly at 
> the Annual Meeting this year, so if you're attending Annual, 
> come and cheer.
> Congratulations to all who worked so hard this year!
> Margret Branschofsky, NEASIST Chair
> ______________
> Winner:  Beatrice Pulliam (NEASIST)
> The 2005 Chapter Member of the Year award goes to Beatrice 
> Pulliam of the New England Chapter (NEASIST) for the Chapter 
> Member of the Year award.  Beatrice got involved in NEASIST 
> when she was a Simmons student by volunteering to help out 
> with the DASER conference.  She quickly gained a reputation 
> as a creative and can-do person, and was soon asked to be 
> Program Chair.  As the 2005 Program Chair, she organized a 
> spring program on new web tools and a fall program on 
> intellectual property. Both programs were praised by her 
> fellow chapter members for their innovation.  In addition, 
> Beatrice oversaw moving the chapter website to a new host, 
> established a chapter blog, and volunteered to moderate a 
> blog for the 2005 Annual Meeting in Charlotte, NC.  And all 
> these great contributions were made while she was 
> transitioning from being a student to a professional job at 
> Providence College.  Judges agreed that Beatrice is an 
> immense asset to NEASIST.  She was noted for both providing 
> quality services and introducing information technologies 
> that benefit society members within and outside her chapter. ________
> I would like to congratulate you and your chapters on behalf 
> of the Chapter Event of the Year jury.  Syndicate, Aggregate, 
> Communicate: New Web Tools in Real Applications for 
> Libraries, Companies and Regular Folk
> (NEASIST) & To Google Or Not To Google (Indiana and Michigan) 
> will share the award this year.  The judges found both events 
> were extremely innovative, financial successes, showed 
> excellent planning, and serve as excellent models for other 
> chapters. _______________________________________________
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