2018-2019 Outstanding Library Leadership Award in Memory of Dr. Margaret Chang Fung -- call for nominations

Dear CALA members:

The 2018-2019 CALA Best Service Awards Subcommittee invites you to nominate candidates for the CALA 2018 – 2019 Outstanding Library Leadership Award in Memory of Dr. Margaret Chang Fung.

The CALA Outstanding Library Leadership Award in Memory of Dr. Margaret Chang Fung is given annually to an individual CALA member who consistently demonstrates outstanding leadership and achievement in library and information services at the national and/or international level. Nominees, who have made significant contributions and services to CALA and the advancement of Chinese-American librarianship, will receive special consideration from the 2018-2019 CALA Best Service Awards Subcommittee. This Award is the highest and long-standing recognition given by the Association. Candidates will all be evaluated equally regardless of age, gender, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, or length of service to the profession.

The nominee must be a current CALA member and no individual member may receive the award more than once.

The recipient for the CALA 2018-2019 Outstanding Library Leadership Award in Memory of Dr. Margaret Chang Fung will be announced prior to the 2019 ALA Annual Conference in Washington D.C.  The Award recipient will receive a $1,000 check and be honored at the 2019 CALA Awards Banquet during the 2019 ALA Annual Conference.

Nomination package must be submitted in English including:

  1. A formal nomination letter from the nominator,
  2. 3 - 5 supporting letters,
  3. Candidate's vita,
  4. Samples of publications (no more than 5),
  5. Awards and honors received,
  6. Leadership and achievement supporting documentations,
  7. Other supporting documentations.

Please submit the nomination package by Friday, March 22, 2019 to both co-chairs.

 

Sincerely,

2018-19 CALA Best Service Awards Subcommittee
Leping He, Co-Chair (leping.he@asu.edu)
Hanrong Wang, Co-Chair (hwang@jsu.edu)
Daniel Xiao (danxiao@tamu.edu)
Li Sun (Li Sun (lisun@rutgers.edu)
Wei Peng (pengweilac@gmail.com)