Published: April 25, 2017

Eben Yonnetti at the Provost EventAs the 2017 Provost’s Fellow for the University Libraries, Religious Studies graduate student Eben Yonnetti catalogued and created first-ever bibliographic entries for approximately six hundred volumes of Tibetan texts donated to Norlin Library by the Tsadra Foundation.  

Read more about his fascinating research.


The Provost’s Fellowship for the University Libraries is a collaborative project between the University Libraries and the Graduate Teacher Program that highlights potential career paths in librarianship or information technology while allowing graduate students to expand upon their professional development.  Fellows receive a stipend and earn the Professional Development Certificate for Preparing Future Faculty through their work. 

Find out more information about the Provost Fellowship.