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Annabel Kuykendall Stephens Edit Profile

library and information scientist

Annabel Kuykendall Stephens was American library and information scientist. Recipient Library of the Year award, Phi Beta Mu, Alabama Chapter, 2004, Ruth Blackburn Community Service award, 2004, Steven L. Mann award, Mystic Krew of Druids, 2007, Knox Hagood award, College Communications and Information Science, 2007.

Background

Stephens, Annabel Kuykendall was born on April 17, 1947 in New Albany, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of Carl Hunter and Ruth Nell Stephens.

Education

Bachelor, Mississippi State College.for Women, Columbus, 1968. Master of Library Science, George Peabody College, Nashville, 1970. DLS, Columbia University, New York City, 1988.

Career

Library. Muscle Shoals Regional Library., 1968—1970, Memphis Public Library., 1970—1972, branch head, 1972—1979. Director Jennie Stephens Smith Public Library., New Albany, Mississippi, 1982—1983. Associate professor University Alabama School Library.

Information Studies, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1986—2007. Adjunct University American International Group School Library. Ifo Studies, since 2007.

Planning consultant Homewood Public Library., Alabama, 2006, Gardendale Public Library., Alabama, 2007.

Works

Membership

Board director W. Alabama Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Outreach, Tuscaloosa, since 2003. Member of American Library Association (life), Reference User Service Association, Public Library. Association, Library Association Information Science Educators, Alabama Library.

Association (Humanitarian award 2002, Eminent Library. award 2006, Lifetime Achievement award 2006).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, theater.

Connections

Life partner Pat L. Dunbar.

father:
Carl Hunter

mother:
Ruth Nell Stephens