Congratulations to Aubrey Madler, recipient of the Freedom to Read Foundation’s 2010 Gordon M. Conable Conference Scholarship. As recipient of this scholarship, Aubrey gets an all-expense paid trip to Washington, DC for the 2010 ALA Annual Conference. She’ll be attending meetings and programs on intellectual freedom topics, networking with other librarians, and gathering information and material to take back with her to North Dakota, where she’s an information specialist with the University of North Dakota’s Center for Rural Health. Aubrey will be blogging during the conference here on the OIF Blog, and afterward she will deliver a report to the FTRF board, which will be printed in the next issue of the FTRF newsletter.
After working in libraries for years, Madler received her MLS in 2008. She’s an active member of the North Dakota Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Committee, for whom she maintains a blog.
Come meet Aubrey at the FTRF Member Reception on Thursday, June 24 in room 149 A/B of the Washington Convention Center. Not an FTRF member? Join now – or at the reception!
Click here for all the FTRF & intellectual freedom activities in DC this month!