Amy Lensenmayer of Dublin has received the Thomas J. Froehlich Award from Kent State University's School of Library and Information Science (SLIS).
This award is for academic excellence and promise for leadership in the field of information architecture and knowledge management.
Lensenmayer, who holds an undergraduate degree in evolution, ecology and organismal biology from Ohio State University, earned a Master of Science in health informatics from Kent State in 2013. Lensenmayer is currently working as an LIMS implementation specialist at Wavefront Software and aspires to gain additional experience in health information management.
For more information, visit kent.edu/slis.