Leon Miller

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Responsibilities
The head of the Louisiana Research Collection is responsible for the overall management of possibly the largest research center for New Orleans, possibly the second largest for Louisiana as a whole after Special Collections at LSU-Baton Rouge, including access, acquisitions, donor relations, hiring, personnel, and processing; reports to the Director of Special Collections.
Degrees
Degree Type: 
MA
Degree Major: 
History
Degree Institution: 
University of Arkansas
Degree Year Received: 
1980
Professional Certifications
Certified Archivist, 1989 - present
Professional Affiliations
Organization: 
Academy of Certified Archivists

Organization: 
Society of American Archivists

Organization: 
Society of Southwest Archivists

Organization: 
Greater New Orleans Archivists
Professional Activity

Fellow, Society of American Archivists, 2010

Society of American Archivists Executive Committee, 2008-2009

Society of American Archivists Council Member, 2006-2009

Lowenstein Archival Grant, Southern Jewish Historical Society, 2006

SSA/SAA Disaster Assistance Fund grant, 2006

Distinguished Service Award, Academy of Certified Archivists, 2004

President, Academy of Certified Archivists, 2001-2002

Louisiana Historical Records Advisory Board (gubernatorial appointment), 2000-2006

President, Society of Southwest Archivists, 1999-2000

Distinguished Service Award, Society of Southwest Archivists, 1995

Founder, Society of American Archivists Mentoring Program, 1994

Walter L. Brown Award, Arkansas Historical Association, 1989

F. Hampton Roy Prize, Pulaski County, Arkansas, Historical Association, 1988

Mary D. Hudgins Grant for historical research, 1979, 1986, 1988

More than seventy-five publications, presentations, guest lectures, and keynote addresses

Professional Interests
Ethics
Intellectual freedom
Mentoring
Outreach
Professional development
Curriculum Vitae
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