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7:43 a.m., June 7, 2010----Catherine Wojewodzki, librarian
in the reference department of the University of Delaware Library, was
awarded the 2010 Distinguished Librarian Citation by the Delaware
Library Association (DLA) at its annual conference on April 29.
The Distinguished Librarian Citation was given to Wojewodzki for her
many roles as an advocate for libraries. A long-time member of the DLA
and former State Representative, she is known for her advocacy for
libraries of all types.
She has served on the Delaware State Council on Libraries, on the
Governor's Task Force on School Libraries, as chair of the New Castle
County Library Advisory Board, and as a member of the American Library
Association Council, its governing body.
During her tenure as chair of the DLA Legislative Action Committee,
she worked to defeat proposed UCITA legislation that would have
restricted access to library materials.
Her role as an academic reference librarian at the University of
Delaware Library focusing on the sciences was also mentioned, as well as
her demonstrated advocacy, intellect, and humanity in support of
democratic principles by ensuring free and equal access to information
Wojewodzki received a bachelor's degree in biological sciences and a
master of public administration (MPA) degree, both from the University
of Delaware, and a master's degree in library science from Rutgers
Originally published by UDaily.
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