• Harvard University
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  • Library Notes
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  • December 2010
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  • No. 1357
Bryant Application Deadline: February 15 Print

A generous gift from the late Charles Tanenbaum '34 established the Bryant Fellowships in honor of the late Douglas W. Bryant, who joined the Harvard library staff in 1952, became university librarian in 1965, and served as director of the library system from 1972 to 1979.

Bryant Fellowships support independent research projects by Harvard's professional library staff. Fellowships typically range from $500 to $2,000.

Bryant Fellowship applications will be reviewed by a newly constituted panel, chaired by HUL Deputy Director Helen Shenton, that includes Professional Development Committee (PDC) co-chairs Emilie Codega, information research specialist in Knowledge and Library Services/Harvard Business School; Te-Yi Lee, cataloger in the Monroe C. Gutman Library/Harvard Graduate School of Education; Rebecca A. Graham, associate librarian of Harvard College for preservation, digitization, and administrative services; and Lisa Toste, senior human resources consultant in the University Library.

Bryant Fellowship applications are due by Tuesday, February 15, 2011. For more information, visit the Bryant Fellowship Program web page. — This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it , Harvard University Library