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2018 ASIS&T SIGUSE Awards Winners

November 26, 2018

Best Information Behavior Conference Paper Award

  • Recipient: Caroline Mniszak, Heather O’Brien, Cathy Chabot, and Jean Shoveller
  • Affiliation: University of British Columbia
  • Title: Role of information resources in young parents parenting experiences

Best Information Behavior Conference Poster Award

  • Recipients: Jia Tina Du and Jelina Haines
  • Affiliation: University of South Australia, Australia
  • Title: Working with Indigenous communities: Reflections on ethical information research with Ngarrindjeri People in South Australia

Elfreda A. Chatman Research Proposal Award

  • Recipients: Devon Greyson (1) and Kaitlin Costello (2)
  • Affiliation: (1) University of Massachusetts Amherst, (2) Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Title: Sympathy Sockpuppets: A Pilot Study on Non-Nefarious Online Community Infiltration

Student Travel Awards

  • Recipient: Iman Tahamtan
  • Affiliation: University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Outstanding Contributions to Information Behavior Research Award

Please consider applying for one of our awards next year!

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