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Scholarships and Grants

2008 Medical Library Association Scholarship Applications Due December 1
Applications are now being accepted for the 2008 MLA Scholarship, which provides up to $5000.00 to a library school student interested in a career in health science libraries. Applications available online at http://mlanet.org/pdf/grants/schol_app_20050712.pdf
E-mail Shandra Protzko, Jury Chair, at protzkos@njc.org with questions.

NLM Individual Fellowship for Informationist Training
http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?&mode=VIEW&flag2006=true&oppId=10530
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) awards informationist fellowships to those wish to become informationists. Informationists are information specialists who work in domain settings of healthcare, public health and biomedical research as peers, in teams with scientists and health professionals. The phrase in-context information specialist is also used to describe this role. These fellowships are intended for health sciences librarians, scientists, health professionals and others who wish to broaden their existing scientific background by acquiring the additional disciplinary knowledge and experience to function as an informationist.

Building Healthy Communities for Active Aging: Training and Demonstration Projects
The EPA Aging Initiative, located in the Office of Children’s Health Protection and Environmental Education, is seeking proposals for a new grant opportunity for Building Healthy Communities for Active Aging: Training and Demonstration Projects.Proposals must include their strategy for accomplishing one of the following two goals: (1) Training older adults, to be environmental leaders on local planning decisions that affect their community’s built environment; (2) Demonstrating how greenways and sustainable streets can improve the quality of life for persons of all ages while improving environmental quality. The EPA Aging Initiative, located in the Office of Children’s Health Protection and Environmental Education, is seeking proposals for a new grant opportunity for Building Healthy Communities for Active Aging: Training and Demonstration Projects.Proposals must include their strategy for accomplishing one of the following two goals: (1) Training older adults, to be environmental leaders on local planning decisions that affect their community’s built environment; (2) Demonstrating how greenways and sustainable streets can improve the quality of life for persons of all ages while improving environmental quality. http://www.epa.gov/aging/grants/grant-list/2008_11_21_rfp-epa-ao-ochp-08-01-fnl-rev-9-24.pdf

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