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University Library Exhibitions Committee

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NEWS!
Grad Student Contest Winners of the Annual Graduate Student Exhibit Contest -  
 

The Library Exhibitions Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the annual graduate student exhibition contest! This year’s recipients of the C. Barber Mueller Prizes for Excellence in Exhibition Design are:

 

 Each winning team received a prize of $200. Awards are made possible by the generous support of the late Dr. C. Barber Mueller. Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal!
 


Literature at the Heart of our Lives: 2014 Youth Literature Festival

Oct 1, 2014 - Nov 6, 2014

This exhibit features books from authors presenting at the Youth Literature Festival in October 2014. The Youth Literature Festival is sponsored by the College of Education and
co-sponsored by the Library. It features authors, illustrators, poets, and storytellers as well as many activities for families and children. All events are free and open to the public.
For more information on the presenters and events please visit the Youth Literature Festival website.

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Charge

The Library Exhibitions Committee supports exhibits that highlight the University Library's rich and vast collections, and especially encourages exhibits that look beyond the walls of
the Library and attempt to incorporate nationally or locally recognized themes and events, campus programs, or emerging research. The Committee maintains a wide variety of
preservation-friendly supplies and offers modest funding assistance to exhibitors throughout the University Library system. The committee also manages exhibitions held in the designated
Main Library display cases. At the start of each academic year, the committee solicits exhibitions for these display areas from the Library and campus community and maintains a schedule
of these exhibitions, including the titles, dates of displays, and names of exhibitors, which are publicized through the Office of Library Advancement.

Members

Jody Waitzman, chair (08/15/15)
Miriam Centeno (08/15/15) 
Anna Chen (08/15/16)
Pat Miller (08/15/16)
Cher Schneider (08/15/16)
Kasie Janssen, graduate student volunteer