Bring the kids! The Ann Arbor Book Festival includes children's activities on the U-M Diag in front of the Hatcher Graduate Library. Play "Do or Diag": a life-sized game played across the Diag.
The Ann Arbor Book Festival’s mission is to promote reading, heighten awareness of literacy challenges, and showcase the rich culture of the written word in Michigan and beyond. A diverse group of community leaders committed to literature, language, and the arts in Michigan plans the Festival.
All are welcome to attend this Ann Arbor Book Festival children's event keynote reading with bestselling children's and young adult author Christopher Paul Curtis. Curtis is the author of Bud, Not Buddy; The Watsons Go to Birmingham—1963; and his latest, The Mighty Miss Malone.
The public is invited to the Ann Arbor Book Festival keynote presentation by Adam Mansbach, the New York Times bestselling author of Go the F**k to Sleep.
For her senior IP thesis, Danielle Battaglia set out to visualize the universe. Working with the theory that the universe could be a multiverse based on budding toroidal forms, she created a 3D model of her idea, texture mapped stars on to it and installed her model into the virtual reality MIDEN at the 3D Lab in the Duderstadt Center.
MLibrary is pleased to announce the winners of the 2nd annual MLibrary Undergraduate Student Research Award. In recognition of the extraordinary academic achievements of our undergraduate students, this award honors excellence in library research conducted in support of an undergraduate student project.
This exhibit shows the different levels of literacy that existed in the ancient world, from people barely able to write at all to professional scribes able to produce the most beautiful books. It also demonstrates the role of writing in a society where not many people were literate.
Closing soon! Two new archival collections focusing on acclaimed filmmaker and actor Orson Welles (1915-1985) were recently added to the U-M Special Collections Library’s already substantial Welles holdings.
The U-M Regents have approved a plan to convert and renovate 137,000 square feet of the Taubman Health Sciences Library. The building will become a comprehensive interactive learning environment, fostering inter-professional education, student/faculty interaction, and enhanced integration of the library into the life of the health sciences community.