As we enter February and Black History Month, Howe Library's featured new books examine racial history and current issues from a number of different perspectives.
The New England Regional Fellowship Consortium, a collaboration of thirty major cultural agencies that includes UVM's Silver Special Collections Library, will offer at least twenty awards in 2020-2021. The application deadline is Februrary 1, 2020.
Check out new books on artificial intelligence, Bond girls, 1970s counterculture, Latino voters, and UVM professor Wolfgang Mieder.
The Libraries welcome Dr. Bryn Geffert to the role of Dean. Geffert is excited to join an institution combining the teaching and faculty-student relationships typically found at a liberal arts college with the scholarship and resources of a major research university.
In January, we remember the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Throughout the month, the Howe Library will feature rotating works from its circulating book collection about the history and legacy of the civil rights movement.
UVM Libraries is partnering with the Office of Sustainability Eco-Reps Program to celebrate Agricultural Literacy Week. This year’s theme is “Celebrating Our Culinary Traditions.”
For the remainder of 2019, the Howe Library lobby will feature rotating works from its circulating book collection about the myriad histories, cultures, and experiences of Native Americans. A special selection promotes the work of US poet laureate Joy Harjo and other Native American poets.
We 💝 love 💝 to see what students create with Howe Library's 3D printer! Here, student Andrew Dunstan assembles and tests a hand-crank magnetic generator ⚙️ he designed for Prof. Carol Adair's ENSC class. It took Andrew about 2 hours to design the components and about 30 hours, over two weeks, to print them. What do 👉 you 👈 want to make? Talk to anyone at Howe Library's Media Services desk to learn more about 3D printing. #uvm #librariesrock #3dprinting #imadeitmyself