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ALISE 2022 Annual Conference
October 24-26, 2022 | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



ALISE 2022 Award Winners

The ALISE Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2022 ALISE award winners. These individuals exemplify the excellence that ALISE encourages and represents in the LIS community. Congratulations to all of our award winners!

ALISE Awards 

Service to ALISE Award

Stephen Bajjaly, Wayne State University


ALISE Award for Professional Contribution to Library and Information Science

Karen Snow, Dominican University


ALISE Excellence in Teaching Award

Lisa Hussey, Simmons University


ALISE/Pratt-Severn Faculty Innovation Award

Jenna Hartel, University of Toronto


ALISE/Connie Van Fleet Award for Research Excellence in Public Library Services to Adults

Jenny Bossaller, University of Missouri


Annual Conference Awards & Grants

Best Conference Paper AwardALISE Best Conference Paper Award

Beth Patin and Tyler Youngman, Syracuse University

The Sankofa Intervention: Combatting the Epistemicide of Parasitic Omission Through Civil Rights Literacy in Community Information Contexts


Doctoral Student to ALISE Grant

Kaeli Nieves-Whitmore, University of Alabama


Diversity Travel Award to the ALISE Annual Conference

Diogenes da Silva Santos, University of Missouri


ALISE/University of Washington Information School Youth Services Graduate Student Travel Award

Julia Burns Petrella, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


ALISE Research Awards/Grants

ALISE Research Grant Competition

Lynne Bowker, University of Ottawa
Promoting multilingual scholarly communication: Using plain language and machine translation as stepping stone


ALISE/Bohdan S. Wynar Research Paper Competition

Xiaofeng Li, Clarion University of Pennsylvania and Shelly Mathis, Grand County Library District
My Mom Recommended It to Me”: Understanding Homeschoolers’ Information Practices


ALISE/ProQuest Methodology Paper Competition

Nitzan Koren, David Weintrop, and Mega Subramaniam, University of Maryland
Using Design Based Implementation Research Method to Create Computational Thinking Assessment Tools for Youth Programs in Public Libraries


ALISE/Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation Competition

Deborah Garwood, Drexel University
To Our Health: A Case Study of Archivists’ Information Work and Information Practices at History of Medicine Collections in Philadelphia