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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...
A new service created by the University of Arizona Libraries is helping researchers and students amplify their individual or cross-departmental work, while taking our commitment to open to the next level. ReDATA —a free research data repository that stores and...
Lisa Duncan Have you been thinking about cleaning out your closets, garages, and storage areas? October is American Archives Month, and there's no time like now. Last October, we invited the community to join us for Family & Community Archives...
The University Libraries welcomes Janet Crum , who has been appointed as Director of the Health Sciences Library, effective October 19. Janet most recently served as Head of Content, Discovery and Delivery Services at Northern Arizona University's Cline Library. Prior...
The University of Arizona Libraries is launching a new Data Grant Program to invite University of Arizona faculty, graduate students, post-doctoral associates and staff to apply for grants to the purchase of commercially available datasets for their research. A total...
This past spring, the University of Arizona Libraries Special Collections was awarded a prestigious Recordings at Risk grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) . Assistant librarian and archivist Trent Purdy and archival assistant Amanda Howard ,...
No matter where you are, we're here for you. Whether you're online or on campus, our librarians have the skills and expertise to help you succeed. Resources for students Avoid plagiarism Learn how to evaluate online information Ask us/Frequently asked...
Two citation management tools— Web of Science and RefWorks (or the EndNote version associated with Web of Science)—will not be available in spring 2021 due to ongoing annual spending reductions for subscription-based materials at the University Libraries. We have...
Update effective Friday, September 18: The library remains accessible to UAHS affiliates with an active CatCard at the main entrance. The library is now open for limited hours , seven days a week. The library will not be staffed for...
Welcome back to the University Libraries! We're wearing face coverings for everyone's safety, but we're also wearing smiles. As we continue to work on-site, remotely, and virtually to make sure that students, faculty, and staff have access to our resources...
The University of Arizona Libraries are always looking for ways to support student success. For undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, the costs of textbooks can be a real barrier. The University of Arizona Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid advises...
No matter where you are, we're here for you. Whether you're brand new to the university or a graduate student, our librarians have the skills and expertise to help you succeed. Resources for students Find your librarian from your college/department...
In 2019, the University Libraries partnered with the Graduate & Professional Student Council (GPSC) and the Office of the Provost to provide a family study room for student parents/guardians, postdocs, staff, and faculty accompanied by children. Only one family study...
The recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and Rayshard Brooks are stark illustrations of the long-standing racism, injustice, and inequity that shape our history and our daily lives. The protests that erupted in the wake of George...
When the COVID-19 pandemic shifted teaching, learning and research to remote and online environments, we were here to meet the most pressing needs of students, faculty, instructors and staff. We made a big difference in a short amount of time...

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