Master’s Student Receives Two Awards

Gregory Hutton received two awards for papers arising from the his Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) thesis. He received the New England Chapter of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Best Paper in Information Science Award for a paper entitled, “Scientific Grey Literature in a Digital Age: Measuring Its Use and Influence in an Evolving Information Economy”, and the Nova Scotian Institute of Science Graduate Student Writing Prize for a paper entitled “Understanding the Influence of Scientific Information in the Digital Age: A Study of the Grey Literature of a United Nations Advisory Body”.

Pictured at left is Greg receiving the Nova Scotian Institute of Science Prize from the President, Dr David Richardson.

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