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Q&A with Wendy Pradt Lougee

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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

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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

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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

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

Notable acquisitions 2019

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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

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

Revolution or evolution?

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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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