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Foundations, grants librarian promotes learning across differences
By Erika Nestor
The University Record
Darlene Nichols is working at the grassroots level to encourage productive conversations about a vitally important topic: race.
Congratulations to two U-M librarians who were recently honored by the university for their teaching, scholarship, service and creative activities.
A new exhibit, The Life and Death of Gourmet – The Magazine of Good Living, is on display from September 2 through December 1, 2014 on the 7th floor of the Hatcher Graduate Library at the University of Michigan.
U-M acquires papers of alumnus and activist Tom Hayden
By Deborah Holdship
Scholars of contemporary American history, social justice and political reform have a rich new resource to mine in the Tom Hayden Papers at the U-M Library's Joseph A. Labadie Collection.