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  • University of Iowa Asian American Oral History Archive

    The following is written by Asian Alumni and Student Oral History Project Intern Jin Chang Since the start of the pandemic, prominent leaders have stood in front of crowds of American people calling COVID-19 the “China Virus” and “Kung Flu.” As a result, Chinatown businesses closed as […]

  • New Hours: Main Library Gallery

    The Main Library Gallery now has new walk-in hours for Summer 2021 and beyond! Guests from the general public and the University community are welcome to stop by the Gallery any time during open hours. The Main Library no longer requires an Iowa One Card for building entry. No appointments are […]

  • Hardin Library Closed Monday, May 31 | Memorial Day Holiday

    Hardin Library will be closed on Monday, May 31 for the Memorial Day Holiday. Memorial day is a Federal holiday in the United States to honor and mourn deceased military personnel.  Many people also decorate graves for deceased loved ones at this time. The library will be open Noon-5pm on […]

  • 2023-2024 Main Library Gallery Exhibit Proposals Open

    The University of Iowa Libraries’ Main Library Gallery is now seeking exhibition proposals for Fall 2023, Spring 2024, and Fall 2024. University of Iowa faculty and staff are invited to submit statements of interest between May 28 and July 16, 2021. Proposals from across campus are welcome. Read […]

  • New Book Display March 26, 2021

    Welcome to the Library’s virtual New Book Shelf. Here we will present new titles for you to browse and check out. Titles listed here will be monographs published in the current year. If you see a title you would like to borrow, please click the link below the item and sign in with your Hawk

  • Publish Open Access with the American Chemical Society

    The University of Iowa Libraries has entered into an agreement with the American Chemical Society (ACS) to bundle the cost of journal subscriptions and Open Access (OA) publishing. Under this three-year contract, UI corresponding authors can publish their journal articles Open Access and free of […]

  • Transformative Agreement with ACS for Open Access Publishing

    UI corresponding authors can now publish their journal articles Open Access and free of cost to them in any American Chemical Society (ACS) journal.  The University of Iowa Libraries has entered into an agreement with ACS to bundle the cost of journal subscriptions and Open Access (OA) […]

  • New Book Display May 18, 2021

    Welcome to the Library’s virtual New Book Shelf. Here we will present new titles for you to browse and check out. Titles listed here will be monographs published in the current year. If you see a title you would like to borrow, please click the link below the item and sign in with your Hawk

  • A Unique Perspective: The JFK Assassination Through the Lens of the Earl F. Rose Papers

    The following is written by graduate student worker Bailey Adolph.  A collection that is currently being reprocessed in Special Collections & Archives is the Earl F. Rose Papers, which gives a unique perspective of the John F. Kennedy Assassination and the events that followed. Earl F. Rose […]

  • Congratulations Reagan Mady!!

          CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION REAGAN!!   Reagan majored in Marketing with a minor in French Language and will be working in a full-time sales position at Kalderos. It is a pharmaceutical software start-up based in Chicago and Reagan will be moving there in August. She has worked in […]

  • ‘Building Our Own Community’ Exhibit Extended Through July 23

    2021 is a milestone year for the Latino Native American Cultural Center (LNACC), which has served as a home away from home for Latinx and Native American students at the University of Iowa since 1971. Anniversary festivities will continue throughout the calendar year as the campus community and […]

  • Summer & Interim Hours at Hardin Library | Open Weekends! | Open Until 9pm Monday-Thursday

    Hardin Library will have the same hours during May interim and Summer.  A 24-hour study is available to University of Iowa affiliated when the library is closed. Monday-Thursday 7:30am-9pm Friday 7:30am-6pm Saturday and Sunday Noon-5pm

  • 2021 Spring Undergraduate Library Research Award recipients

    The review committee is pleased to announce the recipients for the Spring 2021 Undergraduate Library Research Awards. This year the committee received a small but mighty number of applications ranging from research on campus food pantries to African art collections. This small number made for a […]

  • Congratulations Graduate! | Joe Opferman | BBA, Accounting

    Congratulations to student assistant Joe Opferman, who is receiving a Bachelor of Business Arts in Accounting, May, 2021! Activities During Undergraduate I was a proud member of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. I sat on the Treasury Committee to help the fraternity maintain their budget. I also sat on […]

  • Congratulations Graduate! | Dr. Kayla Erps | Doctor of Dental Surgery

    Congratulations to Hardin student assistant Kayla Erps on your graduation! Awards Edward H Karl Achievement Award Brian Stone Memorial Award Activities During Dental School Dental School Philanthropy Chair Lots of volunteerism: Free Dental Clinic, Special Olympics of Iowa, Special Olympics Unified […]

  • Congratulations Teagan Hamontree!!

        CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION TEAGAN!!   Teagan received her Bachelor of Business in Finance and also received her certificate in Risk Management and Insurance. Her plan is to move back to Palatine, ILL and is excited to be interning with Aon Insurance this summer. While here at UI she […]

  • New Book Display – May 12, 2021

    Welcome to the Library’s virtual New Book Shelf. Here we will present new titles for you to browse and check out. Titles listed here will be monographs published in the current year. If you see a title you would like to borrow, please click the link below the item and sign in with your Hawk

  • Anti-Asian Racism Historically Archived

    “From the Classroom” is a series that features some of the great work and research from students who visit our collections. Below is a blog by Robert Henderson from Dr. Jennifer Burek Pierce’s class “History of Readers and Reading” (SLIS:5600:0001). A note from the University Libraries:  […]

  • Finals Week Study Spots & Stress Relief

    Are you looking for a quiet place to study on the north side of campus? The Sciences Library is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5 PM, and we have study booths, study carrels, and large tables that you can use for group or individual study. We have Legos, K’NEX, and coloring on

  • Congratulations to Michal Kaluzny!!

    CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION, MICHAL!!   Michal is getting a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and plans to return to Chicago to begin his job search. He would like to get a job as a software engineer or in computer security or IT.  He plans to stay in the Chicago area close to his

  • New Book Display April 7, 2021

    Welcome to the Library’s virtual New Book Shelf. Here we will present new titles for you to browse and check out. Titles listed here will be monographs published in the current year. If you see a title you would like to borrow, please click the link below the item and sign in with your Hawk

  • Congratulations to Samin Kahn!!

      CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION, SAMIN!!   Samin is receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering. He just accepted a position as Product Order Engineer for Emerson and will be in Marshalltown. Congratulations! Samin began working for the Engineering Library at the […]

  • Congratulations to Gina Mirabelli!

      CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION, GINA!!!     Gina is receiving her Bachelors of Art in Communication with a minor in Human Relations and an Entrepreneurial Management Certificate. She has accepted a job as an Account Representative at CDW in Chicago. She is planning to live with her parents […]

  • Meet the Studio’s 2021 Summer Fellows

    The University of Iowa Graduate College and the UI Libraries Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio are excited to announce that 13 graduate students have been selected for the 2021 Studio Summer Fellowship program. These individuals will soon take part in an 8-week course that provides […]

  • Certificate Capstone

    As I prepared to start my Public Digital Humanities capstone project, I began to reflect on the work I had done throughout the certificate and saw an opportunity to bring my work full circle. When I started the certificate, I learned technical skills not taught in my history coursework and began to […]

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