Parliamentarian, Steve Hardin
Steve Hardin has been a member of ASIS&T since 1987 and awarded the prestigious Watson Davis award in 2006. Within the Society, he has served as advisor to ASIS&T chapters in Indiana, Chicago, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, the Potomac Valley and Europe. He also chaired the Indiana Chapter in 1992-93. In addition, he serves on the Publications Committee, chairing this year's Information Science Book of the Year Award Jury. Since 1989, Steve has been a "holistic" librarian at Indiana State University, working in both public and technical services. He has created Web pages, networked CD-ROMs, done online searching, and served as a traditional reference librarian. He has also served as acting head of ISU's Monographic Cataloging and Acquisitions departments, and has done serials cataloging as well. Before becoming a librarian, Steve worked as a broadcast journalist, working mostly in radio. Several of his stories aired nationally on NPR's "All Things Considered." He earned an M.L.S. from the University of Illinois in 1989, and a B.S. in Radio and Television from Illinois in 1976. He is married with one daughter.