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Rosann Bazirjian Honored with National Award from the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS)

Retiring Dean of University Libraries Rosann Bazirjian has been awarded the ALCTS Honor Award in recognition of her long standing dedicated service and leadership to the Association.  

Founded in 1957, ALCTS is the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services, a division of the American Library Association.  Its members are dedicated to acquisition, identification, cataloging, classification, and preservation of all kinds of library materials; are tasked with developing and coordinating the country’s library resources.

ALCTS Honors are given by the ALCTS Board of Directors for outstanding contributions at all levels within ALCTS, stellar dedication to service, uncompromising commitment to excellence, willingness to accept challenges, and a sustained and exemplary record of moving ALCTS forward.


  1. In my personal view and experience, involving shared mission, relating to international documenter and historical standard bearer in World War II, Edward R. Murrow , a Guilford County native, she is a uniquely extraordinary person, so ESPECIALLY gifted, and she has used her natural intellectual gift in MISSION--- inspiring, motivating, far and wide.


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