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April 5, 2016

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The Centennial Library congratulates Taylor Wilcox, the 2016 winner of the Centennial Library Scholarship Award in Library Science. Taylor completed her History major at Cedarville University in December 2015, and will begin her Master’s of Library and Information Science degree at Kent State University in August. She is currently employed as a Circulation Clerk at the Warren-Newport Public Library in Illinois. Taylor was a 2014 Centennial Library Intern and completed a Centennial Library independent study focusing on academic libraries. As an undergraduate, she also participated in a summer internship at the National Archives of Kansas City.

The Centennial Library Scholarship Award in Library Science was established in 1998 by the Centennial Library faculty thanks to the generous gift of a 1997 alumnus and is intended to encourage and provide financial assistance to the next generation of library and information specialists, especially those who will become library faculty at Christian colleges and universities. The cash award is made directly to the institution in which the recipient is enrolled for graduate study in Library and Information Science. The selection of the recipient is made by a committee of Centennial Library faculty.

Students interested in learning more about library careers and graduate school for the master of library and information science degree should contact Julie Deardorff, Coordinator, Centennial Library Careers Program.

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