Neilly Author Series: Joy James
The political philosopher offers a rich and poetic view of oppressive structures and those who resist them.
Metzdorf Award goes to iZone namesake
Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries recognize the longtime advocacy, counsel, and support of University Trustee Barbara Burger ʼ83.
2023 Library staff awards
The University libraries recognized individuals from the River Campus, Miner, and Sibley Libraries for their superior librarianship.
Spring 2023 data grants
Student research on VPNs, knowledge distillation, and nurse staffing regulation gets a boost from grants
Neilly Author Series: Julius B. Fleming Jr.
A scholar of Black performance studies, Fleming delivers a bold view of the civil rights movement through the lens of Black theater.
Eminent medievalist, amateur curator
Known for his scholarship and teaching, Russell Peck turned a medieval studies library into a literary art gallery.
Checking In with Eileen Daly-Boas
Frequently lauded by students and faculty, Daly-Boas becomes an ‘all-star.’
Hiding in plain sight, the Art & Music Library is one of the River Campus Libraries’ most popular spaces
A library way to get away
Feed your wanderlust with these well-traveled exhibits at the River Campus Libraries.
Experiential Learning Program 'Meliora-fies' student employment
Student employees and the River Campus Libraries are poised to benefit from a new patron services-based program.
Trustee commits $2 million to River Campus Libraries
University Trustee Evans Lam includes bequest to the libraries in a transformational gift.
Karp Library Fellows, Cohort III
In May, two fellows will move on while two continue their work. Here’s a close look at the state of the fellowship and its third cohort.
When new federal grant policies call, the libraries answer
The library met a new NIH requirement with a new Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Service.
Close-up on close-ups
Members of the digital scholarship team are supporting a study on one of film and television’s most powerful techniques.
2022 Research Initiative Awards
Undergraduate students were recognized for their efforts to manifest Meliora by friends of the Rochester libraries.
Local grants helps archive Black Lives Matter movement in Rochester
Funds from the Rochester Area Community Foundation create new digital archive in the Department of Rare Books, Special Collection, and Preservation.
Fall 2022 data grants
Research being conducted by graduate students in the Department of Economics moves forward thanks to data set grants.
Checking In with Meaghan Moody
We caught up with the immersive technologies librarian, who now has a new—and well-deserved—title.
Neilly Author Series: Gitanjali Rao
The teen inventor, scientist, engineer, and now author gives us her approach to scientific problem-solving.
2022 Messinger Award: David Peter Coppen
Special collections librarian and archivist David Peter Coppen has demonstrated virtuosic service for more than two decades.