Information geared toward graduate students on topics like:
– Upcoming workshops on tools like citation managers, publishing and copyright questions, and subject-specific databases.
– Information about grants and funding resources and workshops.
– Information about reference and other research assistance, subject specialists, and writing help.
You can hold history in your hands and explore some of the most important books ever printed. On July 21, join us for “Holding History: Shakespeare’s Plays & Poems.” Meet with undergraduate and graduate students (with majors ranging from English to Astrophysics) to turn the pages of about a dozen rare volumes including the second […]
~ By Pamela O’Donnell Two undergraduate library research awards were presented by Kelli Hughes at the Undergraduate Symposium at Union South on Thursday, April 16. The recipients are Gretchen Miron for her critical analysis of the Roman philosopher Senaca’s 47th Moral Epistle and Jinghao Yang for his research on the relationship between parents’ patience and […]
Finals are stressful. But the UW-Madison Libraries know how to help you study, relax and keep your spirits up. That’s our job. While we have your most basic need: free coffee – we also have several other activities to help make your finals experience a little easier. Also on hand? Those other helpful finals “things,” like extended hours, study consultants […]
“This hobbit was a very well-to-do hobbit, and his name was Baggins.” That’s right ladies and gentlemen, the 2015 UW Book Madness champion is The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. The Hobbit whisked away its precious win, beating out 1984 by George Orwell, by taking home 61 percent of the vote in the final found. […]
Our February Library of the Month is the Kohler Art Library, with a focus on its growing collection of artist sketchbook facsimiles. We collaborated with Lyn Korenic to bring you a closer look at this impressive and expanding special collection, and how it’s impacting students. Lyn Korenic, Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Kohler […]
Our February Staff Spotlight is Linda Duychak from the Kohler Art Library. Whether she’s tracking down examples of work by a particular artist for students, or tracking various birds with the Art History Avian Expeditionary Force – Linda has a knack for finding the unexpected. How long have you been with the Libraries and how did you get your […]
On the evening of February 24th, the Wisconsin Historical Society will feature a program at its Madison headquarters on the civil rights movement in Milwaukee during the 1950’s and 1960’s. Dr. Patrick D. Jones, author of the award-winning book, Selma of the North: Civil Rights Insurgency in Milwaukee (Harvard University Press, 2010), will introduce and […]
As we begin Spring semester, we wanted to remind you that the Libraries are here for you. Read on to find out how we can help you finish the school year strong! Whether you frequent our libraries, online or in person, or visit a few times each semester, the UW-Madison Libraries have you covered. Our […]
by Jenny Price America is often billed as a land of opportunity, but for many people there are barriers to accessing education, getting out of poverty, seeking justice and more. For the 2015-16 year, the selection committee for Go Big Read, UW-Madison’s common-reading program, is seeking a book that addresses this theme of inequality in […]
Library employees celebrated the 2014 annual Library Staff Service Awards and Staff Recognition ceremony at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery. The yearly event recognizes employees for their heard work, specifically in the following areas: *Exemplary working relationships with library colleagues and/or library clients *Contributions to establishing a welcoming learning and research environment *High-productivity coupled with […]