Dean of Libraries Meets with Students about the Future of Alderman Stacks

In a meeting hosted by the English Students Association, Dean of Libraries Martha Sites and former UVA president John Casteen addressed students’ concerns about what will happen to Alderman Library’s collection if a proposed $160 million, six-year renovation project goes … Continue reading

Downtime for ILS Services—Thursday, March 3

Interlibrary Services (ILS) will be undergoing a necessary software upgrade on Thursday, March 3 beginning at 8 a.m. We expect the upgrade to take 4-6 hours. ILS services will be down during the upgrade. This means that we will be … Continue reading

Total Advising Student Workshops

Want to have a positive impact on student life at the University? The Provost’s Office is holding workshops for students and other stakeholders to share thoughts and suggestions about Total Advising at UVA. Workshops will be held on Tuesday, February … Continue reading

Brown Library to Stay Open 24/5

We’re happy to announce new expanded hours for the Charles L. Brown Science and Engineering Library in Clark Hall—for anyone needing a place for overnight study or research, Brown Library will extend its hours of operation this semester. Beginning on … Continue reading

Total Advising Update

Construction on the Total Advising Center planned for Clemons Library has been postponed in order to avoid disruption to students during the spring semester. The Office of the Provost will continue to solicit student input on the project. Questions about … Continue reading

Library Hires Brandon Butler as Director of Information Policy

The University of Virginia Library has selected Brandon Butler as its first Director of Information Policy. Butler has been Practitioner-in-Residence at the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic at American University’s Washington College of Law since July 2013. His duties at UVA will … Continue reading

Public Lecture: The Fate of Journalism in the New Media Era

On Thursday, December 3, Jill Abramson of The New York Times and Franklin Foer of The New Republic will discuss “The Fate of Journalism in the New Media Era.” The lecture is free and open to the public. This event is co-sponsored by … Continue reading