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Jews Out West: Embodied Judaism Symposium and Exhibit

Oct. 30, 2019

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Program in Jewish Studies and University Libraries’ Special Collections, Archives and Preservation are pleased to present "Jews Out West," the Fourth Biannual Embodied Judaism Symposium and Exhibit. The symposium will take place November 7, 2019 in Fiske Planetarium on CU Boulder’s campus. Doors will open...

Joelle Wescott's art in the Engineering Center's cafe.

Open Access Week 2019 Displays Impact Through Art

Oct. 22, 2019

This week only, there is a VR screen mimicking the movements of passersby in ATLAS, birds flying out of a cage in the Recreation Center, and a doorway leading onlookers toward a world of infinite possibilities of discovery and knowledge in the Engineering Center. In Norlin Library, students elaborate on...

Kroger, Struik and Struik's daughters.

Former Fellow Presents Exhibit Research To Pioneer Professor

Oct. 16, 2019

Last spring’s Undergraduate Friends of the Libraries Fellow Aubrey Kroger recently presented her research from the exhibit “Wonder Women: The Dynamic, Influential, and Innovative Scientists of CU Boulder” to Frasier Meadows , an assisted living facility in Boulder. One person recognized in Kroger’s exhibit, Dr. Rebekka Struik, is a resident...

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Open Access Week 2019 Art & Events: October 21-25

Oct. 10, 2019

For the 12th annual International Open Access Week (Oct. 21-Oct. 25) the University Libraries will be hosting a series of informational and interactive events that will engage the campus in conversations around the importance of open and equitable scholarship, and introduce hands-on skills related to open access (OA) publishing. The...

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Open Access Artistic Interpretations Call for Proposals

Aug. 22, 2019

To recognize the upcoming International Open Access Week (Oct. 21, 2019 - Oct. 25, 2019), the University Libraries will commission six artistic installations that will be displayed in locations across campus. CU Boulder faculty, staff, and students are invited to submit proposals for the creation of an engaging artistic and/or...

Students from University Hill Elementary School bee designs hang on wall.

Observations in Art: A Closer Look

June 21, 2019

The University Libraries are constantly rolling out new exhibits with campus and community partners. The Libraries have been a continuous partner in CU Boulder’s “Documenting Change” program, which showcases the intersection between artists and scientists in their study of climate. “Documenting Change: Observations in Art,” in Norlin Library’s STEAM gallery,...

Left: Haley Takahashi, Alanna Locey, and Samantha Bares

Protect This Land Documents Change With Art And Dialogue

May 30, 2019

Earlier this month, approximately 50 people from CU Boulder and the broader Boulder community gathered in the Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library for a constructive discussion on the art prints in the library’s latest exhibit, “Protect This Land: Making Change Through Visualization.” Protect This Land is part...

Friends Fellow Kroger stands by her exhibit.

Friends of the Libraries Fellow Exhibit On Display

May 7, 2019

The University Libraries are excited to recognize this spring’s Undergraduate Friends of the Libraries Fellow Aubrey Kroger. The Friends Fellowship is aimed at introducing undergraduates to careers in academic librarianship and allowing students to work on a project in the libraries. Recipient Kroger brings her background from her major in...

"Needle Ice" by Mickey Rush

Mickey Rush Wins Earth Sciences & Map Library Photo Contest

May 7, 2019

The University Libraries are pleased to announce that Mickey Rush has won the 5th annual Earth Sciences & Map Library Photo Contest. His piece “Needle Ice,” will be framed and displayed in the library with previous photo contest winners. Originally from Minnesota, PhD candidate Rush studies hydrology, water resources, and...

The exhibit for the Data Visualization Contest is located on the 2nd floor of Norlin Library.

Data Visualization Contest Exhibit

April 24, 2019

You can view the best of the Data Visualization Contest now on display in Norlin Library! The exhibit for the Data Visualization Contest is located on the library's 2nd floor. The recipients, in order, are: McKenzie Mae Weller, Computer Science undergraduate for her project “Simulated Adoption Of Research Ideas Originating...

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