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The Northeast Chapter of The Association for Information Science & Technology (NEASIS&T) is pleased to announce the NEASIS&T 2023 Conference Support Award winners:

Stacey Brownlie, Tisch Library at Tufts University

Stacey Brownlie joined the Tisch Library at Tufts University in June as a Research Librarian for the Social Sciences. She has worked in libraries for almost twenty years, including as a director, and in business reference, instruction, and distance services roles. She has also worked as an Accommodations Coordinator in a university disability services department. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Stacey now calls both Maine and Massachusetts home. 

Allyson Cartter, Simmons University

Allyson Cartter is an MS student with the Simmons University School of Library & Information Science, concentrating in Information Science & Technology. Allyson has a background in political data, digital organizing, and nonprofit marketing and communications. Her areas of interest include digital preservation and stewardship, data management, information policy, and mis- and disinformation studies.

Emma May, Rutgers University

Emma May is a Ph.D. student in Library and Information Science at Rutgers University. Their research uses feminist approaches to examine the political and economic implications of information in activism, and the ways that technology affects movement-building practices.