RUSA RSS Recognition Committee (Reference & User Services Associaton) Committee
When you hear Honor Roll do you have flash backs to high school? Maybe you have happy memories of the honor roll or maybe you think could of, would of, should of…
Regardless of your experience in high school, you may be eligible for the RSS Honor Roll.
The RSS has an Honor Roll that gives recognition to active RSS members who have served the section in three different capacities since its inception. If you have been a member of three or more committees or discussion groups since RSS was established in 2004 and have not previously been added to the honor roll, please send your name and a list of the three ways you have served RSS to Susan Ware at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Not only will you become a member of this esteemed group, you will also be recognized at ALA Annual in Anaheim!
If you want to find out which honored colleagues you will be joining, go to http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/rusa/sections/rss/honoroll.cfm for the list of RSS Honor Roll Members.
Susan Ware, RSS Recognition Committee
RSS Service Achievement Award
Nominate someone today!
The Reference and Services Section of RUSA is pleased to solicit nominations for the annual RSS Service Achievement Award. This award, which will be presented at the annual RSS Open House and the RUSA annual awards ceremony, honors an RSS member's contributions to the section. The recipient will be chosen based on either sustained contributions towards attaining the goals of RSS or a single significant contribution that has resulted in a positive impact upon the work of the section.
To nominate someone please send a letter detailing specifically how the nominee has met either of these criteria to Lori Thornton, the award committee chair, by December 15. email@example.com