We're reopening soon!

Starting August 2, the Main Library and Weaver Library will be open to everyone, including the public. We're looking forward to seeing you. Check out our plans.

Past news

Congratulations to our student employees who are graduating this spring or summer! They support the work we do in our departments by: helping people at our Ask Us desks and researching archival materials assisting with business operations and technology requests...
Here's the third story in a series about the Andrew Ellicott Douglass films digitization project funded by the Council on Library and Information Resources Recordings at Risk grant. Douglass, a University of Arizona professor, was the founder of the...
The COVID-19 pandemic is easily the most global story of the 21st century, yet it is also an intensely local story with striking differences across cities and regions. To preserve accounts of COVID-19's impact upon Tucson, our Oral Historian and...
We are pleased to announce that Associate Librarian Niamh Wallace is the 2021 recipient of the University of Arizona Libraries’ Lois Olsrud Faculty Excellence Award! This award is given annually to honor one of our faculty members who has...
The University of Arizona Libraries are happy to announce the winner of our first Data Grant Program . We invited university-affiliated researchers across campus to apply to the program to purchase commercially available datasets that would support their work. The...
Join us in congratulating Associate Librarian Nicole Pagowsky ! Nicole was selected as the 2021 winner of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Instruction Section’s (IS) Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award . The award is named for Miriam...
Congratulations to Jeanne Pfander! Jeanne, Associate Librarian at the Health Sciences Library, received the United States Agricultural Information Network (USAIN) Service to the Profession Award at the 2020 USAIN Virtual Conference. She was recognized for her leadership and collaborative...
It's March, and it's Women's History Month! Every Wednesday, we're sharing a good story from Archive Tucson , a wide collection of interviews curated by our oral historian Aengus Anderson . Each of these interviews is about three minutes. Frances...
Libraries and research go hand in hand. This year, we celebrated our 10th annual Katheryne B. Willock Library Research Award by recognizing six students for their research and how they connect to the University of Arizona Libraries. The Willock Award...
For many years, the University of Arizona Health Sciences Library (HSL) has connected with underrepresented communities through outreach programs to help them navigate and understand health-related information. Improving information literacy is the key to closing the gap between the community...
We're proud to host the University of Arizona Women's+ Hackathon once again on March 8-10! This non-competitive, free hackathon is designed by and for women and allies to bring together as many voices, experiences, and networks as possible to create...
Join us in welcoming Alicen Astorga , Jan Carlo Acuña Estrada , Anab Iman , Gabriel Marquez , Izu Sampson , and Amaya Singleton to the libraries! We hired six students in January to launch our Student Space Planning...
Our information literacy tutorials help you get started with your assignments, research, and projects. They're designed for students at the beginning of their academic career, and focus on building skills to search databases effectively, evaluate web content critically, and avoid...
Borrowing technology from the library is easy. We have laptops , WiFi hotspots , scanners , audio/visual equipment , and more to help you get your research, assignments, or projects done. What you need to know 1. Students enrolled at...
To celebrate Black History Month, every Wednesday in February we're sharing clips of Black narratives from Archive Tucson , a wide collection of interviews curated by our oral historian Aengus Anderson . We're kicking it off with Cass Preston ,...
Want to win $1,000? Register for the University of Arizona Graduate & Professional Student Council's Student Showcase and write a 300-500 word essay about how you've used our library. The 10th annual Katheryne B. Willock Library Research Award recognizes undergraduate...
Congratulations to Librarian Naomi Bishop ! Every year library patrons across the United States nominate their favorite librarian for the I Love My Librarian award. The prestigious award is presented to 10 deserving recipients by the American Library Association and...
The University of Arizona Libraries are excited to announce a call for proposals for grant awards that focus on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, data storytelling, open access through digital publishing, and library services. Proposals must be related to humanities and humanistic...
Congratulations to Associate Librarian Yvonne Mery ! She was recently recognized by the Association of College & Research Libraries Instruction Section Teaching Methods Committee for her innovation and outstanding contributions to student learning. The committee supports librarians who teach in...
The University of Arizona Press recently announced Rigoberto González editorship of its Camino del Sol Series . The award-winning and critically acclaimed series of poetry, fiction, and essays publishes emerging and established voices in Latinx literature, such as Juan Felipe...

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