The Library Bids Adieu to First Folio
The First Folio—the first collection of Shakespeare’s plays to appear in print—has left the main exhibition gallery of the Harrison/Small Special Collections building today, and is now traveling to its next venue, one of the four priceless volumes the Folger … Continue reading
Facilities Management Modifies Clemons Construction to Meet Students’ Concerns
In response to student concerns about the noise from construction on the roof and second floor of Clemons Library at a time when quiet study space is needed to prepare for upcoming exams, Facilities Management has agreed to modify work … Continue reading
The UVA Library Celebrates Global Week on October 28 at the Harrison-Small Auditorium!
Celebrate Global Week at the Special Collections Library’s Harrison/Small Auditorium this Friday, October 28, from 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., as the Library hosts “UVA Library: Your Passport to Global Experiences.” See the many ways the Library supports global initiatives, and explore the … Continue reading
UVA Today Features Symposium on Julian Bond at Harrison/Small Auditorium October 20–21
The UVA Today article “UVA Symposium to Explore ‘Arc and Touchstones’ of Julian Bond’s Career” features an event to be hosted on October 20–21 in the auditorium of the Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library. The symposium on the … Continue reading
Construction on the Clemons Library Roof begins Today
Repairs to the roof of Clemons Library—including the addition of a solar array that will help power the building—begin today, October 17. Scaffolding going up in front and on the side of the 4th floor will be covered to protect … Continue reading
Saturday is Shakespeare Family Day at the Harrison/Small Building
A WVTF Public Radio broadcast highlights activities that will be included in a Shakespeare family day tomorrow, October 8, from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., in front of the Harrison/Small building (or in the auditorium in case of rain). In … Continue reading
The Physics Library’s Study Area and Hours have been Expanded!
The Physics Library’s reading and study areas just got an upgrade! Room 324 has been transformed into an inviting, bright, and airy space. Check out the pictures below. The library has also extended its hours by 50%. The new hours … Continue reading
Fang Yi and Bethany Mickel Join Library Teaching & Learning Team
The Library welcomes Fang Yi and Bethany Mickel who begin today, October 3, as part of the Library’s Teaching & Learning team. Fang is the team’s new Educational Technologist, and Bethany is the Teaching and Instructional Design Librarian. Fang comes … Continue reading