A Matter of Facts Blog
Topics surrounding immigration are frequently fraught with partisan point-scoring and scare tactics both locally and nationally. This post will help you navigate the flow of information, provide you with links to publicly available information, and point you to University of Minnesota Libraries’ resources to guide your understanding of issues surrounding the topic of immigration.
From the Archivist Blog
The West Bank we know today on the Twin Cities campus looked quite different five decades ago. Why, in the 1960s, did the University expand (or to use the preferred term at the time – stretch) to the West Bank of the Mississippi River? To answer that question, the story begins in the 1940s.
Blue Ox Review
Health Sciences Libraries News
Take our poll to help us name the first female skeleton owned by the Bio-Medical Library. Our new skeleton broadens representation within our anatomical model collection and supports teaching and learning related to women's health. Hurry - the poll closes on Monday, October 1.
Kirschner Cookbook Collection Blog
Land of 10,000 Workflows Blog
Working on behalf of all of the library staff, Kate Peterson and and Katherine Gerwig coordinate the Libraries' presence at many events during Orientation and Welcome Week. They work closely with Orientation and Transition Experiences and other campus offices such as the University Bookstores and the Institute on the Environment to connect events with library spaces and relevant initiatives and services.