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  • The University of Iowa celebrates the 4th of July Holiday on Friday, July 3 this year. The Hardin Library will not be providing services on Friday, July 3 and Saturday, July 4. Chat and email reference will be available on Sunday, July 5, […]

  • Welcome Damien Ihrig, Curator, John Martin Rare Book Room @Hardin Library

    Hardin Library for the Health Sciences is happy to welcome Damien Ihrig to the Hardin staff! He comes to the library as the Curator for the John Martin Rare Book Room and has a long history of working in higher education, including medical […]

  • In support of eliminating racism – the ongoing work

    Anti-racism subject guide As a research library, we have a responsibility to share and promote public access to important information about anti-racism, which we’ve made available in this anti-racism subject guide. Libraries staff […]

  • Countdown for Liftoff

    While we humans below the branches of a tall cottonwood tree along the Iowa River at Coralville’s Iowa River Landing have been preoccupied with the effects of coronavirus on our communities, a pair of Bald Eagles has been raising a […]

  • New PubMed | 10-min video introduction to changes by Iowa librarian

    Last week, the new interface of PubMed became the default and now the UI Link button displays in this version. Although the changes to how PubMed works are not substantial, the functionality is improved for those who access through a […]

  • Due Date Information | Changes

    Due dates for all materials owned by The University of Iowa Libraries and The Law Library have been changed. Annual loans due in June 2020 are now due in June 2021.  Faculty, professional staff, graduate and professional students and […]

  • All of Hardin Library Still Closed Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

    The entire Hardin Library building, including the 24-hour study, is closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  At this time, we do not know when the Hardin Library will reopen. Hardin Library is providing most services remotely during this […]

  • Finding COVID-19 Coronavirus US Legislative Information

    For the latest news on Covid-19 legislation, there are a couple of news sources that may be of interest, and you can use these to get a clear overview of the main parts of a law or a bill. These sites often go beyond the headlines and look […]

  • Mikaela Johnson, BS Human Physiology | University Honors | Congratulations Graduate!

    Congratulations to Hardin Library student assistant Mikaela Johnson.  Mikaela has worked at the Hardin Library all four years of her undergraduate degree. Mikaela is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology, […]

  • Mac Gill | MA Library & Info Science, MFA Literary Translation, Graduate Certificate in Public Digital Humanities

    Congratulations to Hardin Library student assistant Mac Gill.  Mac is receiving a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science and a Master of Fine Arts in Literary Translation as well as a Graduate Certificate in Public Digital […]

  • India Winters | BA History, Minor German, Certificate in Museum Studies | Congratulations Graduate!

    Congratulations to Hardin Student assistant India Winters.  Indy is receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, with a Minor in German and a Certificate in Museum Studies. What are your future plans? I’m looking for jobs in […]

  • Catherine Lawrence | BBA Accounting | Congratulations Graduate!

    Congratulations to Hardin student assistant Catherine Lawrence. Catherine is receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Accounting. What activity did you participate in at The University of Iowa that you are proud of? VITA, […]

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The National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) office for the Greater Midwest Region is located at Hardin Library for the Health Sciences at the University of Iowa. By collaborating, training, and funding over 1,100 health centers, health departments, community organizations, as well as medical, public, and school libraries in a 10 state region, the office supports the mission of the NNLM to advance the progress of medicine and improve public health through access to health information.