Awards and Honors

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Librarian Receives Grant to Preserve Tibetan Religious Manuscripts

A librarian who helps to develop South Asian studies collections at UNC has received a major grant to preserve ancient Tibetan religious manuscripts. Continue reading

Library Student Employee Receives 2013 Spectrum Scholarship

Library student employee Barrye Brown has been selected to receive the 2013 Spectrum Scholarship from the American Library Association. Continue reading

Library Welcomes 2013-14 Associates

The UNC Library welcomes its newest class of Carolina Academic Library Associates (CALAs) for the 2013-2014 academic year. Continue reading

UNC Librarian Rebecca Vargha Named Fellow of Special Libraries Association

UNC librarian Rebecca Vargha has been named a Fellow of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). Continue reading

Library Honors Outstanding Employees of 2012

Congratulations to Greg Jansen, the University Library’s outstanding employee of 2012. Jan Paris and Melissa Salvanish were runners-up. Continue reading

UNC Business Librarian Honored for Contributions to Field

UNC business and economics librarian Rita W. Moss has received the Gale Cengage Learning Award for Excellence in Business Librarianship. Continue reading

Penn Center Honors UNC for Care of Penn School Papers

The Penn Center has named UNC a member of its 1862 Circle. The award recognizes the role of the Southern Historical Collection in preserving the Penn School papers. Continue reading

Library Honors Outstanding Employees of 2011

The UNC Library has awarded its 2011 Outstanding Employee Award to Megan Kilb. Honorable mentions went to Katelyn Ander and Alison Murray. Continue reading

North Carolina Maps Digitization Project Wins National Award

The North Carolina Maps project, a collaborative effort of the UNC Library, the North Carolina State Archives, and the Outer Banks History Center, has received the American Association for State and Local History’s Award of Merit for Leadership in History. Continue reading

AUL Carol Hunter to Study Business Cases for Library Service Development

Carol Hunter, Associate University Librarian for Collections and Services, is part of a multi-institutional team that has received a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources’ Digital Library Federation to study business cases for new service development in research libraries. Continue reading

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