Sue Rugge Memorial Award

In lasting memory of her unique spirit of sharing expertise, experience, and knowledge to advance the independent information profession, the Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) in 1999 established the Sue Rugge Memorial Award. The award consists of a $500 cash stipend awarded to a full member of AIIP who has significantly helped another member or members through formal or informal mentoring.

Background

Sue Rugge, widely regarded as the pioneer of the independent information industry, was an active member of AIIP and served as president in 1988-1989. She demonstrated success in writing with The Information Broker's Handbook and in business with Information on Demand and The Information Professionals Institute. Beyond her principal endeavors, Sue is fondly remembered by many AIIP members as a mentor in the purest form. Sue passed away on June 12, 1999 in Oakland, California.

Nominations

  • Nominations are accepted via the application form, describing how a nominee has been of exceptional assistance in the development of the mentee's business (e.g., posting on AIIP-L or by formal or informal mentoring).
  • Nominations are evaluated by a judging panel consisting of three AIIP members.
  • One winner is chosen and is announced at the AIIP Annual Conference.

Awards Committee

Ellen Naylor, Chair awards@aiip.org

Year   Recipient      
2016

Jan Sykes



2015   Margaret King      
2014   Jane John      
2013   Debbie Bardon      
2012   Judy Koren      
2011   Marcy Phelps      
2010   Amelia Kassel      
2009   Ulla de Stricker      
2008   Risa Sacks      
2007   Ed Vawter      
2006   Cindy Shamel      
2005   Jodi Gregory      
2003   Barbara Quint      
2002   Amelia Kassel      
2001   Alice Sizer Warner      
2000   Mary Ellen Bates      

Thank You to Our Sponsors!


Topaz Sponsor

American Economic Association

The AEA publishes seven prestigious economics journals including the American Economic Review. Libraries also subscribe to EconLit, a comprehensive database of essential economics sources including 1.3 million records and full-text linking options. Coverage includes articles, working papers, dissertations, books and reviews, and collective volume articles. More information: info@econlit.org

 

Ruby Sponsor

Mary Ellen Bates

Mary Ellen helps fellow infopreneurs make a living doing what they love. She offers one-on-one strategic coaching, webinars and online courses to help independent info pros thrive. Download free resources at Reluctant-Entrepreneur.com/resources


 

Topaz Sponsor

June Boyle

CeRCo means seek. Seeking information is what we’re all about. We help business leaders – and the consultants who advise them – get access to the right information in order to make critical decisions for their organizations.


 

Ruby Sponsor

Scott Attenborough

How content is published makes a difference. The right combination of technology, innovation and discipline will make all the difference. Your content is your capital - build it right - make it count. Visit Content Capital.


 

Opal Sponsor

Michelle Rawl

Rawl Research, Inc. provides media research and analysis to companies interested in seeing how they stack up against their competitors. Public relations firms, medical organizations and government agencies use the targeted results to find new business and define their products or services. More information: info@RawlResearch.com.


 

Amethyst Sponsor

ProQuest

We would like to thank ProQuest for your Amethyst Sponsorship and ongoing support of AIIP!


 

Topaz Sponsor

Jane Langeman

Langeman Consulting helps academics, non-profits and associations leverage technology and data to make smarter decisions.


 
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