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  • George Washington Carver, New Exhibit from NAL

    Posted on Apr 21st

    The National Agricultural Library has announced its newest digital exhibit featuring the research of esteemed scientist, George Washington Carver (c1863-1943). In addition […]

  • Doing your Civic Duty…Vote in 2020!

    Posted on Jan 28th

    Are you ready to cast your vote during the forthcoming 2020 elections? In order to vote in Wisconsin, you need to be registered and […]

  • Patent and Trademark Information, Two Programs

    Posted on Nov 5th

    Have you developed an original design or cutting-edge method? If so, or yet nurturing that product, our librarians, with campus and community […]

  • Sir Huxley and the Dogs on Call, October 22

    Posted on Oct 8th

    Midterms are ruff, but, less so with a pup to pet. Join us for a purrfectly-special study break when Steenbock staff welcomes Dogs […]

  • Indigenous Knowledge, Inspired by the Land, Fall Lecture Series

    Posted on Sep 20th

    During four consecutive Tuesdays in October, the UW Arboretum will host four speakers—Patricia Loew, Diana Peterson, Omar Poler and Michael Dockry—who will […]

  • Self-Care Sundays, Finding Yourself in STEM

    Posted on Sep 9th

    STEM majors can be isolating and hard to navigate. Finding Yourself in STEM is a student-led series to build community, practice self-care, […]

  • UW Family Gardening Day, May 4

    Posted on Apr 30th

    Spring is here to stay (or, at least, we hope)! On Saturday, May 4 (10:00 AM-1:00 PM), Steenbock Library and BioCommons, along […]

  • Public Service Fair, January 30

    Posted on Jan 18th

    Enrich your college experience through public service—as volunteer, intern or employee! Students are invited to attend the spring Public Service Fair (hosted by the Morgridge […]

  • Recreational Reading (2018 edition)

    Posted on Dec 17th

    What’s on your reading list for the winter break? If you are looking for some ideas, browse this list of fiction and nonfiction books […]

  • Foresty Club Tree and Wreath Sale (Nov 30-Dec 2)

    Posted on Nov 26th

    The UW Forestry Club will offer the campus community a selection of trees and wreaths during its annual sale, November 30-December 2, 2018 at […]

  • Go Big Read asks…What should we read next?

    Posted on Nov 15th

    Read any good books lately?! Chancellor Rebecca Blank and a review committee of campus faculty, staff, students (and public librarians) are asking […]

  • Relax, Recharge, Reflect

    Posted on Nov 1st

    Among the spaces available to all who visit our building is one designated for reflection—a space in which one can take a […]