October 18, 2017

IMLS Announces Recipients of 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service

2015-04-21_14-04-41A busy day for library-related awards. We posted about the “just announced” Federal Library/Librarian of the Year recipients earlier today.

Now, here’s the announcement and list of the ten 2015 IMLS National Medal for Museum and Library Service recipients. Congratulations.

The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced the recipients of the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The National Medal is the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries for service to the community. For 21 years, the award has celebrated institutions that present extraordinary and innovative approaches to public service to make a difference for individuals, families, and communities. The award will be presented at an event in Washington, D.C., on May 18.

These ten honorees exemplify the nation’s great libraries and museums and demonstrate outstanding impact and quality of programs, services, and partnerships, exceeding the expected levels of community outreach. They were selected from thirty finalists that were among institutions from across the country that were nominated for the honor.

The 2015 winners of the National Medal for Museum and Library Service are:

Read the Complete Announcement

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