Phelps Award Nominations Open
Library's highest honor recognizes supporters
August 27, 2009
Story by Marissa Chavez, OSU Library Communications Intern
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER -Every fall, the OSU Library recognizes an individual who has significantly gone above and beyond with the Edna Mae Phelps Award.
The award was established in honor of Mrs. Phelps of Seminole, a strong supporter of the OSU Library. While serving on the OSU Board of Regents, she worked to improve the Library's budget and played an active role in organizing the Friends of the OSU Library, serving as its first president.
The award is given every fall at the H. Louise & H.E. "Ed" Cobb Speaker Series presented by the Friends of the OSU Library. This year’s event is Nov. 6 and features Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Nominations for the 2009 award will be accepted through 5 p.m. Oct. 1. Nominees may include OSU Library volunteers, librarians, staff members, alumni, students, faculty, government office holders, fundraisers, interested citizens and members of the Friends of the OSU Library.
Nominations should include the nominator’s name, address and phone number; the nominee’s name, address and phone number; and a narrative supporting the nomination.
Email nominations to email@example.com or send to
Edna Mae Phelps Award
216 Edmon Low Library
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078-1071
For more information about the Friends of the OSU Library and the Edna Mae Phelps Award, visit www.library.okstate.edu/friends or call (405) 744-7331.
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Last Updated: 10 March 2010