• Hardin Library Open Until Midnight Friday, Dec 13 & Saturday, Dec 14

    Need some extra time to study? Hardin Library can help you out. Free coffee starting at 5pm Friday Reserve a group study or One Button Studio Silent computer lab – Information Commons West, 2nd Floor Quiet floor – 4th 24-hour […]

  • Congratulations Graduates!

    Congratulations to our student assistants, Rachel and Jarod! They are both graduating this December and we are so excited for them!     Rachel Henkle has been working with us for three and half years as a Student Assistant, and […]

  • Introducing the Studio’s New GIS Specialist: Jay Bowen

    We are excited to announce that Jay Bowen will be joining the team in the Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio as our new Geographic Information System Specialist on January 21st.  Jay comes to us from his most recent role as a […]

  • Next Week is FINALS Week!!

    Yes, next week is FINALS WEEK and we are here to help you get ready!!! Are you finding that you are having trouble concentrating when you try and study in your room? Too many distractions? The couch and TV or gaming system just too close? […]

  • Dimitri Mitropoulos’ Music Library: From New York to Iowa and Back Again

    On November 21, the New York Philharmonic Archives opened a new exhibit about Greek conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos (1896-1960) in the Bruno Walter Gallery at Lincoln Center. The exhibit focuses on Mitropoulos’ tenure as music director […]

  • Points on a Map

    The end of another semester means another update to my map! This semester I focused closely on the first 30 locations in the text, ten from each category of location I determined, visited locations (gray), mentioned in poetry (blue), and […]

  • Reflections on the Digital Humanities Capstone Symposium

    Yesterday, I attended the Public Digital Humanities (DH) Capstone Symposium. The symposium represented the final step towards completing the Public Digital Humanities certificate. At the event, my colleagues discussed the digital projects […]

  • About my Digital Humanities Capstone Project …

    My research broadly examines Black women who traveled abroad for their education motives, either teaching, researching, or studying, during the 20th century. With the Digital Humanities (DH) Capstone Project, I wanted to utilize digital […]

  • SKYWARN® Recognition Day!!

    December 7th, 2019 is National SKYWARN® Recognition Day!!   So, just what is SKYWARN® ? It is a National Weather Service (NWS) volunteer program with between 350,000 and 400,000 trained severe weather […]

  • Create Your Own Pop-up Greeting Cards – Learn & Create Workshop!

    Creating Pop-up Greeting Cards Tuesday, December 3rd; 5:00 PM Engineering Library Creative Space     The holiday season is coming up quickly! Want to impress your friends and family with fun and unique greeting cards?  Learn […]


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