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Celebrate Banned Books Week With University Libraries
Banned Books Week — an annual celebration of the freedom to read — takes place Sept. 24-30. University Libraries will celebrate with displays and events throughout the week.
University Libraries Seek Campus Input on Data Management
Two open forums will be held on the topic of data management. The first will be from 2-3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, in the Arkansas Student Union (ARKU 504).
University Libraries Break Ground on High-Density Storage Facility
The new high-density storage facility, using cross-laminated timber for construction, will provide a climate-controlled environment for 1.8 million volumes when filled to capacity.
University Libraries Seek Proposals for GIS Day Presentations
GIS Day will feature speakers, posters, equipment demonstrations, interactive technology demonstrations, a book display and light refreshments.
Torres Appointed Business Librarian for University Libraries
Jonathan Torres turned his passion for business research into a library position providing students and faculty with assistance for research in the business and economics fields.
Reilly Appointed Associate Dean for Libraries
Michele Reilly was appointed librarian, professor and associate dean for University Libraries on July 24.
Diane Worrell, Former University Librarian, Dies at 65
Diane Featherston Worrell, a lifelong learner who served the Special Collections of the University Libraries, died at age 65 on Tuesday, May 16, in Fayetteville. A memorial service will be held Saturday.
University Libraries Host Cherokee Language Expert
Candessa Tehee will present “Creating a Safe Space for Cherokee Language Learning” at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 6, in the Mullins Library.
Last Chance to View "Whispers from Another Time":Photographs by Cathy D. Padgett
Padgett has lived in Arkansas for 45 years and her work is on display at Mullins Library until Thursday.
University Libraries Special Collections Featured at Diplomacy Summit
Angel Fritz, interim head of Special Collections, will speak about J. William Fulbright's legacy at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 31, at the Gilcrease Museum in downtown Tulsa.