|ALVIN M. SCHRADER|
Awards and Honours
2016 Outstanding Service to Librarianship Award, Canadian Library Association, Ottawa, 1 June 2016.
2016 Champion of Free Expression Award, Book and Periodical Council, Toronto, 2016.
Honourary Alumni Award, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, Fall 2009.
Alumni Jubilee Award, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, 10 June 2009.
2003 President's Award. Presented by the Library Association of Alberta, "In recognition of outstanding contributions to the library community." Jasper, Alberta, 25 April 2003.
Certificate of Thanks, Library Association of Alberta, Jasper, Alberta, 27 April 2001.
Beyond These Halls: Senate Community Service Recognition Program, University of Alberta, 2000, 2001.
Honourary Lifetime Member, Foothills Library Association, 1999.
1998 Pride Certificate. Presented by the Pride Awards Committee of the lesbian and gay community of Edmonton, "For long term commitment to challenging censorship and the defence of free speech within library systems in Edmonton." Edmonton, Alberta, 23 May 1998.
The 1997 Award for the Advancement of Intellectual Freedom in Canada. Presented by the Canadian Library Association, "In recognition and honour of the leadership and courage shown in defending and promoting the principles of intellectual freedom in Canada." Ottawa, Ontario, 21 June 1997.
Certificate of Recognition, Library Association of Alberta, Jasper, Alberta, 28 April 1995.
Visiting Scholar, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison, August 1988–August 1989.
Special Research Award, Research Paper Competition, Association of American Library Schools, 1983.
Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1979-1982.
Graduate Fellowship, Indiana University, 1979-1981.
Ontario Library Association Prize, University of Toronto, 1975.
Beta Phi Mu, 1975 (Toronto Chapter), 1981 (Indiana Chapter).
Graduate Fellowship, University of Toronto, 1974.
Graduate Fellowship, Carleton University and Ontario Government, 1966.
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