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Undergraduate Students

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Information geared toward undergraduate students on topics like:

- General information about library research
- Information about services like tutoring help and writing assistance
- Information about recreational library materials
- Library and related events for undergraduates

December 11, 2013

#studystrong, Camp Out in the Libraries for Finals Week

As many students know, the Libraries are packed during finals!  The Libraries are open to students for a quiet place to study, a safe space to stay late into the night (or maybe all night!), a huge amount and variety of resources for that final paper, and, of course, helpful librarians. Many Libraries extend hours [...]

December 3, 2013

Raise the Library Woof: Dogs on Call to Soothe Finals Panic

We’ll let you in on a little secret: sometimes, you can find cute dogs in the library. Last night, Dogs on Call generously brought four all-star dogs — Charlotte Rose, Raider, Melody, and Murray — to Steenbock Library. Stressed out students facing finals had the chance to ease their worries with some canine attention. You [...]

December 2, 2013

Max Brooks, author of World War Z is coming to UW—Madison!

Worried about the impending zombie apocalypse? Just plain obsessed with zombies? The Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) presents the Distinguished Lecture Series “Max Brooks: 10 Lessons for Surviving a Zombie Attack.” Head to Varsity Hall at Union South on Tuesday, December 3 at 7:30pm to get some zombie survival tips from the expert of all things [...]

November 26, 2013

College Library + The Big 1-1-7 for Helen C. White = Cupcakes

In keeping with the yearly tradition, College Library gave away 117 cupcakes this afternoon (Tuesday, November 26), in honor of Helen C. White’s 117th birthday. What an unexpected treat! The building’s namesake was born in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1896 and became the first woman full professor in the College of Letters and Science at [...]

November 21, 2013

Staff Spotlight: Library advocate and aficionado, Ben Strand

Our staff spotlight this month is Ben Strand, Development Director for Campus Libraries at the University of Wisconsin Foundation. Ben is new to the position, but not to Madison—he received his undergraduate degree in English and Classical Humanities from UW—Madison in 1996, and he was one of the first six baristas at Ancora Coffee back [...]

November 15, 2013

Ellen Jacks on front page of Badger Herald for Charity Knitting & Crocheting group

If you read yesterday’s issue of The Badger Herald (Thursday, Nov. 14), you may have recognized a familiar face on the front page. Memorial Library’s own Ellen Jacks (Grants Librarian) was pictured sorting through rectangles knitted by the UW—Libraries Charity Knitting & Crocheting group. The photo was in connection with the article entitled “Chronically ill [...]

November 8, 2013

Third brownbag for Rebecca J. Holz Series in Research Data Management

Research Data Services at UW—Madison presents the third brown bag in its 2013-2014 Rebecca J. Holz Series in Research Data Management. You’re Doing it Wrong!: Data Retention and the Cloud November 12, 2013 12:00-1:00pm 1325 Health Sciences Learning Center 750 Highland Ave. You have data, but do you know how long you should keep it?  [...]

November 7, 2013

Data in the Humantities + Art = an exciting event!

The creators of “Victorian Eyes” along with the Humanities Research Bridge are happy to present Data in the Humanities + Art (DH+A), an exciting event taking place on Friday, November 8 from 1:00-5:00pm in the DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery. The afternoon seminar and reception will pose the question: How can art contribute to [...]

November 7, 2013

Need money for your education or nonprofit? Take a Grant Workshop!

Did you know that there is a fantastic Grants Information Collection for you to use, right inside of Memorial Library (just on the 2nd floor!)? The Grants Information Collection even holds workshops for various audiences: undergraduate students, graduate students, community members, and anyone involved or who plans to be involved with nonprofit organizations. Listed below [...]

November 6, 2013

Library of the Month: Map Library!

The Arthur H. Robinson Map Library is our November Library of the Month! Located in historic Science Hall, and named after UW-Madison Geography professor (you guessed it!) Arthur H. Robinson, the library houses over 275,000 maps, 250,000 aerial photographs, 1000′s of geospatial data files, along with many other great resources. The Map Library originated in [...]

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