“The UW–Madison Libraries will continue to look for ways to eliminate undue hardship for the patrons who use our collections, services, and facilities. We will continue to work to ensure we provide welcoming and inclusive surroundings for all who wish to take advantage of our spaces and services. Actions meant to hurt, alienate, or divide this community will not be tolerated.”
DIESEL guides and coordinates efforts within the Science and Engineering Libraries to promote diversity and inclusion within the libraries and on campus.
Science & Engineering Libraries include:
Finding Yourself in STEM
STEM majors can be isolating and hard to navigate. Finding Yourself in STEM is a student-led series to build community, practice self-care, and talk through how to succeed in the STEM fields. Find a mentor, meet STEM alumni, take a break and finish a puzzle with friends. All events are free and open to all UW-Madison students. Questions? Contact Heather Shimon, email@example.com.
Finding Yourself in STEM evening events:
If you need space to gather, meet, or plan, we’ve got you covered.
Entrance on Babcock Drive (east side of building) has a power door with buttons for automatically opening doors.
The space is intended for brief retreats from studying and users are encouraged to relax, take a moment and clear their minds.
Restroom facilities can be found on each floor of the library. A gender neutral and accessible restroom is located on the entrance level to the library.
The UW-Madison libraries are committed to providing access to all library facilities and collections for people with disabilities.
A home base for students in the biological sciences at UW-Madison.