Research is the Rochester way
Research is part of Rochester’s DNA, and a new group of undergraduate students has been recognized for doing it exceptionally well.
Meliora for all
New open access publishing agreements secured by the libraries have made Rochester research ever better—and more cost-effective.
Voices of XR: David Chalmers
The New York University philosopher is the author of a new book that contends virtual reality is reality, too.
Neilly Author Series: C Pam Zhang
An electrifying new voice in literature tells a story about the American West that you’ve never heard.
Between two deans
Lauren Di Monte has been named interim vice provost and dean of the University of Rochester Libraries.
Checking In with Lindsay Cronk
We catch up with the ‘radical’ assistant dean working to better the library profession in a new interview series.
In honor of AIDS Awareness Month, we look at the book and upcoming exhibit Up Against the Wall.
Editor’s Picks 2021
The editor of the libraries’ newsletter, Tower Talk, has a gift for you: a curated list of stories.
Learnin’ in an XR wonderland
Studio X, Rochester’s new XR hub, is more than a beautiful sight. It’s quickly becoming a significant part of the University’s infrastructure.
The next Neilly Dean
The University of Rochester Libraries is getting its first new dean in 10 years.
Miss Marple’s ambassadors
A River Campus Libraries staff member earned recognition for an outstanding pandemic performance.
Bonfire of the pleasantries
A manuscript letter from a renowned Confederate spy is the latest addition to William Henry Seward Papers.
Proof of excellence in librarianship
Evidence-based practice librarian Lorraine Porcello was the unanimous evidence-based choice for the 2021 Messinger Award.
Hot Library Fall: URMC edition
Edward G. Miner Library’s Reading Room is sporting its first new look in more than 30 years.
Neilly Author Series: Ian Manuel
He was sentenced to life in prison. Now, he’s an activist, poet, and author.
哇塞, 中文书! (Hooray, Chinese books!)
The River Campus Libraries added more than 3,000 ebooks to its Chinese collection.
Hot Library Fall
The River Campus Libraries had some work done over the summer and is ready to show it off.
Neilly Author Series: Dorothy Wickenden
The New York Times bestselling author tells a familiar story through the eyes of three friends, advocates, and “agitators.”
Innovation Challenge III: Sustainable Futures
Rochester students took on the challenge of addressing current problems that local organizations face.
The nominator has become the recipient
In the run up to her last Metzdorf Award ceremony, Dean Mavrinac’s nomination pen was turned against (and for) her.