Artist Lynne Avadenka considers text, ancient and new, and often incorporates old scripture and traditional themes into modern and abstract compositions. She also examines books, handmade and digital, finding the value imbued into them and extrapolating out of them while wrestling with ideas of meaning, aesthetics, image, and language.
In recognition of the extraordinary academic achievements of our undergraduate students, the Shapiro Undergraduate Library announces the 3rd Annual MLibrary Undergraduate Student Research Award for excellence in library research conducted in support of an undergraduate student project.
Will you be in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area this summer? As a reminder, University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University (EMU) students, faculty and staff are eligible for guest borrowing privileges between these campus librarires.
Are you an undergraduate, graduate student, or faculty member interested in learning more about academic publishing? Please join us for a distinguished panel of faculty members from across the disciplines who will discuss the academic publishing experience for aspiring authors from a variety of viewpoints.
The University Library encourages you to make suggestions for additions to our collections. If you would like to suggest a new book, journal, DVD, etc.
The University of Michigan Library is one of the outstanding research libraries in the country. Our extraordinary collections include more than 8.5 million volumes and ranges from papyri to maps to rare anarchist pamphlets to thousands of online resources. Our collection has been amassed over more than 150 years to provide vast resources that support the scholarly enterprise.
Mark Frauenfelder, editor-in-chief of MAKE magazine and co-founder of the collaborative weblog Boing Boing, will present a short and colorful history of making things, and then launch into the amazing new tools, technologies, and social changes that are driving an all-ages maker movement.
Join us for another Third Thursday at the Clark Libary, where this month's theme is Treasures of the Collection. This is also the last chance to view the lovely Geography of Colorants exhibit.
Open to the public; light refreshments.
Looking for a group study room? You can reserve a study room in advance via our online forms.