Halifax (June 15, 2013) – Two future library professionals have been recognized for their academic achievement and commitment to libraries. Students from the Dalhousie University School of Information Management and the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) Library and Information Technology program recently received awards from the Nova Scotia Library Association (NSLA).
At the annual School of Information Management awards reception, Dalhousie graduate Tara Rumsey was awarded the NSLA Award for School of Information Management Graduate. This award is given to a graduating student with high academic achievement and a demonstrated commitment to public libraries.
NSCC student Chelsey Millen was awarded The NSLA Award for Library and Information Technology Student at the recent NSCC student awards celebration. This award is given for the greatest contribution to the overall program and recognizes the achievement of a graduating student.
Both award winners received a certificate, one year’s free membership to NSLA and a financial award of $100.