Clarivate Analytics Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award Recipients

The Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters) Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award  was established in 1980 and is administered by the Information Science Education Committee.  The award shall consist of a cash award of $1,000 from Thomson Reuters.  The purpose of the Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award is to recognize the unique teaching contribution of an individual as a teacher of information science.

Recipients of the Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award are:

Year

Recipient

2019

Hazel Hall, Edinburgh Napier University

2018

Crystal Fulton, University College Dublin

2017

Micheal Twidale , University of Illinois

2016

Lisa Nathan, University of British Columbia

2015

Denise Agosto, Drexel University

2014

Michelle Kazmer, Florida State University

2013

Carole Palmer, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

2011

Dietmar Wolfram, University of Wisconsin

2012

Howard Rosenbaum, Indiana University

2009

Diane Kelly, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

2008

Eileen Abels, Drexel University

2007

Peter Ingwersen, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen

2006

Tatjana Aparac-Jelusic, University J.J. Stossmayer & University of Zadar, Croatia

2005

Peiling Wang, University of Tennessee

2004

Donald Cleveland, North Texas

2003

Raya Fidel, University of Washington

2002

Deborah K. Barreau, University of North Carolina

2001

Barbara Kwasnik, Syracuse University

2000

Barbara M. Wildemuth, Univ. of North Carolina

1999

Peter Jacso, University of Hawaii

1998

Elisabeth Logan, Florida State University

1995

Howard Besser, University of Michigan

1994

Candy Schwartz, Simmons College

1993

Carol Tenopir, University of Hawaii

1992

Jeffrey Katzer, Syracuse University

1990

Nicholas J. Belkin, Rutgers University

1989

Bert R. Boyce, Louisiana State University

1988

Harold Borko, Univ. of California, Los Angeles

1987

Linda C. Smith, Univ. of Illinois

1986

Marta L. Dosa, Syracuse University

1985

Tefko Saracevic, Case Western Reserve University

1984

Susan Artandi, Rutgers University

1982

Belver C. Griffith, Drexel University

1981

Pauline Atherton Cochrane, Syracuse University

1983

Ching-chih Chen, Simmons College

1980

F. Wilfrid Lancaster, University of Illinois

1996

Stephanie Haas, Univ. of North Carolina