The New York Times 2003 Librarian Awards
May 14, 2003 5:09 PM Subscribe
Help celebrate National Underappreciated Librarian Month
Nominate your favorite librarian for The New York Times 2003 Librarian Awards. "The New York Times has long been committed to fostering literacy and building awareness of issues important to society. We are proud to support and honor public librarians across the nation, who do so much to nurture a better-informed society.
The awards honor those librarian[s] who consistently demonstrate the highest levels of professionalism, knowledge and public service in the execution of their duties.
Read the Eligibility and Rules
download the Nomination Form
and nominate Someone
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