Neilly Author Series: Dayna Bowen Matthew
A leader in public health and civil rights law, Matthew shines a light on racial inequality in health care.
Collections project seeks to highlight and develop BIPOC STEM resources
Staff from the POA and Carlson Libraries have launched a new and ongoing effort to dissolve collection bias.
Neilly Author Series: Erin Gruwell
A teacher and author, Gruwell has experience and expertise that will inspire you and help you become an agent of change.
Rare Rochester Tour (ʼ22–ʼ23)
The University of Rochester Libraries is putting on three “shows” for some of its most extraordinary and valuable materials.
2022 Metzdorf Award: Christopher Hoolihan
Over the course of more than 40 years, the impassioned former head of Rare Books and Manuscripts left an enduring mark on Miner Library.
2022 Library staff awards
The University libraries recognized the individuals who most embodied the phrase 'above and beyond.'
Shall we play a game?
Grab a bag of Doritos and crack a Mountain Dew—the River Campus Libraries has a new game-playing series.
Ce-le-brate XR, come on!
Rochester’s hub for extended reality is holding a formal dedication and grand opening during Meliora Weekend 2022.
Nurture by nature
The River Campus Libraries has created an environment that naturally fosters interest in librarianship.
Neilly Author Series: Peter Conners
A confluence of absurdity and pain pulls the accomplished nonfiction author out of his poetic hibernation.
A 700-year-old manuscript is the first in a new University libraries collection that honors historian Richard Kaueper.
After 50 years, the Physics-Optics-Astronomy (POA) Library is getting a complete refresh.
Checking In with Kathy Wu
We caught up with the River Campus Libraries’ subject librarian, who picked up a new subject.
Behind—and beyond—a congresswoman’s politics
The University libraries received the Robert and Louise Slaughter Family Papers, adding to the previously acquired Slaughter congressional collection.
Studio X teamed up with Rochester researchers for a study on how the brain processes light and sound.
Preserve and protect
A war that has often targeted Ukrainian heritage has made the Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation a cultural refuge.
iZone’s new ‘magnetic’ director
The River Campus Libraries taps a local entrepreneur to lead the Barbara J. Burger iZone into its next era of creative problem-solving.
Digital justice through data dictionaries
A seed grant launches a project that has the River Campus Libraries helping to diversify the digital domain.
The 2022 Dean Team
There are many stars among the libraries’ student employees, but this year, only two reached the level of ‘Dean Team.’
Checking In with Jonathan Sauceda
As if starting a new job wasn’t already challenging, Sibley Library’s new head librarian did it during a pandemic.