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University Libraries Digitize Southland Papers
A new digital exhibit is now available for viewing on the University Libraries' website tells the story of the first institution of higher learning west of the Mississippi River for African-Americans.
Northwest Arkansas Juneteenth Celebration to be Held on Campus
This free family event will be held 3-7 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at The Gardens on Razorback Road. Everyone is welcome.
U of A, Stankus Ranked First in Publishing Study
Life sciences librarian, science coordinator and distinguished professor Tony Stankus was the world's most published science librarian from 2011-2015, according to a new study.
Interior Design Students Assist with Mullins Library Remodeling Project
Mullins Library now has a new print station and research consultation area, thanks to Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design students and U of A Facilities Management.
New Photography Exhibit at Mullins Library Focused on Conservation
‘Arkansas Heritage: The Buffalo National River Through the Lens of Ken Smith’ is on display in Mullins Library through July 28.
Students, LEGO Your Stress with a Snack Break Today in Mullins Library
Students can enjoy free coffee, LEGOs and muffins during a study break in Mullins Library from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday.
University Libraries Spotlight: Necia Parker-Gibson
Necia Parker-Gibson was born in New York and first came to Arkansas to attend college. She eventually returned here where she is the Agriculture Librarian for University Libraries.
Postponed: Dean Leeds Talk on Politics, Law and the Cherokee Experience
Postponed: U of A School of Law Dean Stacy Leeds was to have presented “The Art of Law and Politics: The Cherokee Experience” today but the talk has been postponed.
Libraries Host Third Annual Earth Day Poetry Reading
The third annual Earth Day Poetry Reading will be at 5 p.m. this Saturday, April 22, at Mount Sequoyah Gardens Park.
Rachel Krest Appointed Director of Development for University Libraries
Krest joined University Libraries as the new development lead on Monday, April 3.