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Wendy with Goldy

Q&A with Wendy Pradt Lougee

Wendy Pradt Lougee is retiring February 27 after 17 years as University Librarian and Dean of Libraries. Throughout her career, Lougee has been at the forefront nationally — developing a number of programs, initiatives, and policies that have revolutionized academic librarianship.
Bill signing for the Mapping Prejudice bill in the governor's office.

Mapping a better way forward

The Mapping Prejudice Project at the University of Minnesota’s John R. Borchert Map Library taps into a growing community interest to confront painful legacies of racism and to work towards a more equitable future.

Making the Toaster

A new innovation hub at Walter Library opens the door for students to explore and develop new ideas.
Catherine Jordan

The Face of Our Friends

Friends of the Libraries Chair Catherine Jordan leads off a section recognizing the impact of our supporters.
Jamie Lee Curtis archive

Notable acquisitions 2019

A highlight of significant additions to the archives and collections.
September 2018 marked the 50th anniversary of Wilson Library — home to collections about the arts, humanities, and social sciences — located on the west bank of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends gathered to celebrate the big day. 

Short Stacks: News from the Libraries 2019

News briefs from the Libraries from 2018-19 academic year.
Wendy Lougee

Revolution or evolution?

Wendy Pradt Lougee reflects on her 17 years as University Librarian and Dean of Libraries, as she prepares to step down. Lougee will retire in February, 2020.

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