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Nothing to Hide Archive: UW-Madison Archives awarded grant to fully digitize 650 unique, at risk videotapes highlighting LGBTQ+ issues
Nothing to Hide Archive Project The UW-Madison Archives – a department of the UW-Madison Libraries was recently awarded a $12,000 grant from the Evjue Foundation to fully digitize 650 unique […]
UW-Madison Libraries, IMPaCT (Integrated Mentoring Program and Core Training), WISCIENCE (Wisconsin Institute for Science Education and Community Engagement), and the STEM Diversity Network are presenting a series of three events […]