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Mike Kronenfeld receives Thomson Reuters/Rogers Information Advancement Award

March 15, 2018
Posted In: Arizona Campus, AT Still Library News, Awards, Faculty & Staff Headlines

Mike Kronenfeld, MLS, MBA, AHIP, FMLA, university librarian at the A.T. Still Memorial Library on the Arizona campus, was selected to receive the Medical Library Association’s 2018 Thomson Reuters/Rogers Information Advancement Award. The award recognizes “outstanding contributions in the use of technology to deliver health sciences information.”

“I am honored to receive this award on behalf of the library and our staff. I am proud of our efforts over the past six years, incorporating technology to promote effective access to evidence and information in support of teaching and research,” says Kronenfeld. “I appreciate that A.T. Still University has given me the opportunity to build the Arizona library from scratch. We have been innovative in developing two libraries into a strong University-wide presence. I look forward to the library helping lead the University toward the data-driven medicine of the near future.”

One response to “Mike Kronenfeld receives Thomson Reuters/Rogers Information Advancement Award”

  1. Michelle Volesko Brewer says:

    Congratulations Mike! Well deserved! It is so wonderful to hear MLA has recognized YOU and your amazing accomplishments and contributions to health sciences librarianship.
    Sincerely, Your colleague, Michelle Volesko Brewer

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