2000 - Christine Moreland-Bruhnke, Online Archives of New Mexico
2000 - G. Marie Rogers, Kentucky State Archives
2002 - Ian Graham, special collections and archives assistant at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine; Valerie J. Frey, manuscripts archivist at the Georgia Historical Society in Savannah; and Charity Anne Galbreath, processing archivist at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass.
2003 - Sister Frances M. Gimber,RSCJ, the Society of the Sacred Heart Provincial Archives in St. Louis; Eli Naeher, archives assistant at the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society in Wilmington, N.C.
2004 - Shugana Campbell, reference archivist at the Amistad Research Center, Tulane University, New Orleans; Ann T. Boltin, assistant archivist at the Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge Archives; and Luciana M. Spracher, principal historical researcher for Bricks & Bones Historical Research
Recognizes minority undergraduate and graduate students, such as those of African, Asian, Hispanic, or Native American descent, who through scholastic and personal achievement manifest an interest in becoming professional archivists and active members of SAA
2002 Award Recipient
Petrina D. Jackson of the School of Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh
2003 Award Recipient
Michelle Baildon of Simmons College
2004 Award Recipient
Josué Hurtado of the University of Michigan
2005 Award Recipients
Jennifer Osorio of the University of California, Los Angeles
Paula Sevilla of the University of California, Los Angeles
2006 Award Recipients
Lanell James of the University of Michigan
Shawn Philip Roman of the University of Wisconsin, Madison
2007 Award Recipients
Bergis K. Jules of Indiana University
Janel Quirante of the University of Hawaii, Manoa
2008 Award Recipients
Monique Lloyd of Emporia State University
Tiffany-Kay Sangwand of the University of California, Los Angeles
2009 Award Recipients
Krystal Appia of the University of California, Los Angeles
I-Ting Emily Chu of New York University
2010 Award Recipients
Miranda N. Rivers of Simmons College
Vivian Wong of the University of California, Los Angeles
Recognizes an archivist, editor, group or institution that has increased public awareness of a specific body of documents through compilation exhibition of public presentation of archives or manuscript materials for educational, instructional, or other public purposes
1998 - Linda A. Ries for guest-editing "History of Pennsylvania," a special issue of Pennsylvania History: a Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies
2000 - Jeffery D. Marshall for editing "A War of the People: Vermont Civil War Letters"
2002 - Vermont State Archives for increasing public awareness about a specific body of documents
2003 - New York State Archives Partnership Trust in recognition of its quarterly publication, New York Archives
2004 - Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission in recognition of its publication, Documenting Pennsylvania's Past: The First Century of the Pennsylvania State Archives
2005 - Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation in recognition for innovatively raising public awareness of its vast archives of testimonies from Holocaust survivors and witnesses
2006 - The State Library and Archives of Florida's Folklife Digitization and Education Project
2007 - National Library of Medicine's Profiles in Science in recognition for its ability to increase public awareness of leading innovators in science, medicine, and public health
2008 - Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the CBC Digital Archives (Les archives de Radio-Canada) in recognition for its outstanding efforts to promote the use of its radio and television collections
2009 - Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections in recognition for its outstanding efforts to promote the collections of its Regional Disability History Archive
2010 - Giza Archives at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston honored for its outstanding efforts in promoting its vast holdings of early 20th Century archaeological expedition records
The Fellows' Posner Award recognizes the outstanding essay dealing with some archival facet published in the American Archivist
1998 - Carolyn and Tyler O. Walters for their research as presented in the article, "Contemporary archival appraisal methods and preservation decision-making," published in the Summer 1996 issue of the American Archivist
2000 - Peter J. Wosh for his review essay, "Going Postal" published in the Vol. 61 issue of the American Archivist
2002 - Terry Cook for his article, "'The Imperative of Challenging Absolutes' in Graduate Archival Education Programs: Issues for Educators and the Profession," published in volume 63 of the American Archivist
2003 - William G. Rosenberg for his article, "Politics in the (Russian) Archives: The Objectivity Question, Trust and the Limitation of Law," published in volume 64 of the American Archivist
2004 - James M. O'Toole for his essay, "Democracy-and Documents-in America," published in volume 65 of the American Archivist and George Bolotenko for his article, "Frost on the Walls in Winter: Russian and Ukrainian Archives Since the Great Dislocation (1991-1999)" published in volume 66 of the American Archivist
2005 - Elena Danielson
2006 - Timothy L. Ericson
A CENSUS Working Group for "Special Section on Archival Census and Educational Needs Survey in the United States" in American Archivist 69:2
2008 - Magia Ghetu Krause and Elizabeth Yakel for their essay "Interaction in Virtual Archives: The Polar Bear Expedition Collections Next Generation Finding Aid," in the American Archivist, volume 70
2009 - Geoffrey Yeo for his article "Concepts of Record (2): Prototypes and Boundary Objects," American Archivist 71:1
2010 - Scott Cline for his article "To the Limit of our Integrity: Reflections on Archival Being," American Archivist 72:2
Established in 1987, the award is named for the first editor of SAA's semi-annual journal, American Archivist, and recognizes superior writing achievement by a student enrolled in archival administration classes or engaged in formal archival internship programs
2002 - Reto Tschan of the University of British Columbia for his student paper, "A Comparison of Jenkinson and Schellenberg on Appraisal"
2003 - Glenn Dingwall of the University of British Columbia for his student paper, "Trusting Archivists: The Role of Archival Ethics Codes in Establishing Public Faith"
2004 - Catherine O'Sullivan of New York University for her student paper, "Diaries, Online Diaries, and the Future Loss to Archives; or Blogs and the Blogging Bloggers Who Blog Them"
2005 - Ian Craig Breaden (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), "Sound Practices: Online Audio Exhibits and the Culture Heritage Archive"
2006 - Ben Blake (University of Pittsburgh), "A Call for a New American Labor Archives: History, Theory, Methodology and Practice"
2007 - Elizabeth Snowden (Middle Tennessee University), "Our Archives, Our Selves: Documentation Strategy and the Re-Appraisal of Professional Identity;"
2008 - Mary Samouelian (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill), "Embracing Web 2.0: Archives and the Newest Generation of Web Applications"
2009 - Kathleen Fear (University of Michigan School of Information), "User Understanding of Metadata in Digital Image Collections," American Archivist
2010 - Emily Monks-Leeson (University of Toronto), "Archives on the Internet: Representing Contexts and Provenance from Repository to Website"
1998 - The Records of American Business, published by the Society of American Archivists
2000- Authentic Electronic Records: Strategies for Long-Term Access, published by Cohasset Associates, Inc.
2000- Special Commendation- Archives of Russia: A Directory and Bibliographic Guide to Holdings in Moscow and St. Petersburg published by Patricia Kennedy Grimsted of the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
2002 - Richard J. Cox for his provocative monograph, Managing Records for Evidence and Information (Quorum Books, 2001)
2003 - Joan Echtenkamp Klein of the University of Virginia Health System for the Philip S. Hench Walter Reed Yellow Fever Collection Website
2004 - Gregory S. Hunter for Developing and Maintaining Practical Archives: A How-To-Do-It Manual 2nd edition (Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc.)
2005 - Richard J. Cox for No Innocent Deposits: Forming Archives by Rethinking Appraisal
2008 - Mary Jo Pugh for Providing Reference Services for Archives and Manuscripts (AFS 11)
2007 - Waverly Lowell, Tawny Ryan Nelb for Architectural Records: Managing Design and Construction Records
2008 - Deidre Simmons for Keepers of the Record: The History of the Hudson's Bay Company Archives
2009 - Philip C. Banton for Understanding Data and Information Systems for Recordkeeping
2010 - Karen D. Paul, Glenn R. Gray, L. Rebecca Johnson Melvin for An American Political Archives Reader