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2022 HSLI President’s Award Goes to Stacey Knight-Davis

Announcement from Cynthia Reynolds, HSLI President (2020-2022):

For those of you who were unable to attend the HSLI 2022 Conference, I wanted to share with you the recipient of the President’s Award.

This year’s recipient is Stacey Knight-Davis of Eastern Illinois University. Stacey is a mighty team of one. She is responsive to HSLI’s needs and manages requests quickly. Stacey not only single-handedly maintains the HSLI website, but she creates forms so that we can use online membership renewal and conference registration. She tirelessly makes edits when we send her suggestions. This is the second year that Stacey has offered her institution’s Teams platform to host the virtual conference. When the conference is in person, Stacey is our technical support. Going back to 2011, she was instrumental in moving the website from a Windows server to a Unix server to take advantage of software that is upgraded more often. And recently she has recommended that HSLI switch domains so that we are able to get more services for less money. People who work behind the scenes do not always get the recognition they deserve. It is my pleasure to present the President’s award to Stacey Knight-Davis.

Congratulations, Stacey!

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HSLI President’s Award 2011

Jo Dorsch, M.A.L.S., A.H.I.P., Professor and Regional Head Librarian at UIC Illinois Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria.
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In recognition of significant service to HSLI, the recipient of the 2011 HSLI President’s Award was Jo Dorsch, M.A.L.S., A.H.I.P. at UIC of Illinois Library of the Health Sciences-Peoria. Jo led and managed a team of experts in the online continuing education of evidence based practice (EBP)research. HSLI members participating in the pilot study received 21 MLA CE credits. Jo’s work furthers librarians’ knowledge and understanding of EBP research. Thank you and congratulations to Jo!

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