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LAUC-LA Librarian of the Year Award Committee
The Committee is charged with fulfilling its standing Charge as stated in Article VI. Section 10 of the LAUC-LA Bylaws:
a. The Committee shall consist of four members: three career librarians from different library units, and one UCLA faculty member. No member of the Committee may nominate a candidate for the award. No librarian serving on the Committee may be nominated for the award.
b. The Committee shall call for nominations for the LAUC-LA Librarian of the Year award; review the nominations; select a single awardee, as merited; present and publicize the award.
c. An eligible candidate for the Librarian of the Year Award shall be a LAUC-LA member at the time of nomination, and throughout the period during which her/his specific contribution has taken place.
Due date: Updates to the LAUC-LA Handbook should be complete within one month of presentation of the award during the 2022 Spring Membership Meeting.
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