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Bryant Fellowship Applications Due February 14

The Professional Development Committee (PDC) of the Librarians' Assembly is seeking applications for the Douglas W. Bryant Fellowships. The application deadline is Friday, February 14, 2003.

The Bryant Fellowships are sponsored by the Harvard University Library and, through the generosity of Charles and Mary Tanenbaum, have been awarded annually since 1974. The fellowships support research by Harvard library staff members in bibliography, in historical aspects of librarianship, in production of reference and bibliographic works, and in other scholarly investigations, which may be outside the field of librarianship.

Application forms and guidelines are available on the Librarians' Assembly Professional Development Committee site at, or by contacting Dana Hanify in the Harvard University Library administration at 5-3650 or Applicants are required to submit current résumés and two letters of recommendation along with their applications. Applications are considered on the basis of:

  • scholarly merit and/or creativity;
  • documented ability to complete the project as submitted; and
  • appropriateness of budget and timetable.

Questions on the Bryant Fellowships may be addressed to Ksenya Kiebuzinski (6-5891, or Doug Campbell (6-4014,, who are cochairing the PDC's Bryant Fellowships Committee.

For even more information, attend the Bryant Fellowships brown-bag lunch from noon until 1 pm on Friday, January 24, 2003, in the Lamont Forum Room. The program will include presentations from past Bryant Fellowship recipients. Attendees should enter through the West Entrance since Lamont Library is closed to the public on this date.

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