SLA 2005 SCHOLARSHIPS REWARD ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
Alexandria, VA, USA, 5 April, 2005 - Five outstanding students fromThe United States and Canada have been selected as recipients of the Special Libraries Association (SLA) 2005 Scholarships. The winners were Chosen by the SLA Scholarship Committee and will be honored at the Annual
Conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 5 - 8 June, 2005.
The SLA Scholarship is awarded for graduate study in librarianship leading to a master's degree at a recognized school of library or information science. Applicants must have earned or be preparing to
receive a bachelor's degree with an interest in special librarianship. This year's winners are Eugene Barsky, Megan Comey, and Terry Lynn Kline.
Megan Comey is working toward an MSLIS at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University in New York State, where she is president of the SLA Student Group. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. Comey is from Glendale, California, USA.
The Special Libraries Association (SLA) is a nonprofit global organization for innovative information professionals and their strategic partners. SLA serves 12,000 members in 83 countries in the information profession, including corporate, academic, and government information specialists. SLA promotes and strengthens its members through learning, advocacy, and networking initiatives. For more information, visit www.sla.org <http://www.sla.org/> .