Congratulations to our nominees for the 2014 Rozsa Awards! The Foundation is currently reviewing Stage One applications and will contact nominees and nominators soon to begin Stage Two.
Review of the Rozsa Award nomination packages is under way, with Stage Two to be completed April 17, 2014.
This year, we welcome two new members to our panel of experts who review the nominations and select the recipients of the Rozsa Awards for Excellence in Arts Management, Innovation, and Human Resources.
Arnold Follinglo is a retired partner at KPMG, and moving back home to Lethbridge this spring. Arnold is serving on the jury as an alumnus of the Haskayne School of Business.
The Rozsa Foundation is thrilled to announce that this memoir written by Dr. Lola Rozsa with Susie Sparks is nominated for the City of Calgary W.O. Mitchell Book Prize, the Wilfrid Eggleston Award for NonFiction, the Great Plains Book Prize and the Alberta Reader's Choice Award.
As of March 15, My Name Is Lola is back on the Calgary Herald's Non-Fiction Bestseller list!