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Contents:
Charge
Membership
Meeting Minutes
Programs
Bryant Fellowship
Professional Development Links
Professional Development Opportunities

Librarians' Assembly
Professional Development
Committee


Charge

The Professional Development Committee develops programs of broad educational interest to the library community--often co-sponsoring with other groups both within and outside the library. The Committee manages the Bryant Fellowship program, which annually makes awards in support of research by Harvard librarians.


Membership

Michael Austin, Houghton Library
term ends 2009

Jennifer Beauregard (co-chair), Development Office Library
term ends 2009

Annie Jo Cain, Kennedy School of Government
term ends 2009

Emilie Codega, Knowledge and Library Services, Harvard Business School
term ends 2011

Melanie Evans, Widener Library
term ends 2011

Robin McElheny, Harvard University Archives

term ends 2011

Marilyn Morgan, (co-chair), Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute
term ends 2010

Stacey Flatt, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute; Librarians' Assembly Executive Committee Liaison to PDC


Meeting Minutes

next meeting Dec 2008


Programs


Bryant Fellowship

The Douglas W. Bryant Fellowship, established with a gift from Charles and Mary Tanenbaum, supports research in bibliography and historical aspects of librarianship, the production of reference and bibliographic tools, and scholarly investigations outside the field of librarianship. Available each year since 1974 to promote scholarly research, the fellowship is intended to provide incentive and assistance to those seeking to develop or complete projects of academic importance.

Applications for the fellowships are reviewed by the Bryant Fellowships Review Subcommittee of the Professional Development Committee, on behalf of the Harvard University Library.

Click here for past recipients of the Bryant Fellowship


Professional Development Links

  • Conference Calendar 2007
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    Professional Development Opportunities


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