Distinguished Librarian Award Committee Membership and Charge

  1. Membership of the Distinguished Librarian Award Committee

  2. The Distinguished Librarian Award Committee is:

    • Appointed by the LAUC-B Chair, in consultation with the LAUC-B Executive Committee;
    • Chaired by the LAUC-B Past Chair or other designated LAUC-B member;
    • Comprised of the Chair and a minimum of four members, one of whom may be a previous Distinguished Librarian Award recipient, with the following representation:
      • Representative from the Affiliated Libraries;
      • Representative from The Library;
      • Faculty representative appointed by the Academic Senate Library Committee;
      • Representative at large.

    Members serve for one year. Members may be reappointed.

    The Distinguished Librarian Award Committee is charged by the LAUC-B Executive Committee to:

    • Solicit nominations for the Distinguished Librarian Award: review nominations and select the Distinguished Librarian Award recipient(s);
    • Publicize the Distinguished Librarian Award;
    • Maintain confidential deliberations;
    • Organize the Distinguished Librarian Award ceremony;
    • Submit a proposed budget to the LAUC-B Executive Committee;
    • Review the award criteria and procedures; submit proposed changes to the LAUC-B Executive Committee for approval;
    • Update the Calendar for Distinguished Librarian Award Committee;
    • Maintain a record of the Committee’s work;
    • Maintain the Distinguished Librarian Award web site.

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