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News & Announcements for August 2018
By Emily Buckler
by Danielle Colburn
Each year, the library’s Undergraduate Research Awards recognize the work of undergraduate students who have demonstrated excellence in library research. Undergraduate students from any U-M campus can participate, and can apply with projects in any format or medium.
In the past, the library has given awards in two categories: the Maize Award, for single term projects, and the Blue Award, for multi-term projects. This year saw the addition of the Outstanding First-Year Research Project Award and the Innovation in Research and Creativity Award.
by Emily Buckler
The chants from the street could be heard all the way up on the sixth floor of the Hatcher Graduate Library.
It was early August, and Timothy Furstnau’s first day of research using the Labadie Collection, the country's oldest publicly accessible archive documenting the history of social protest movements and marginalized political communities.
It also happened to coincide with Michigan’s primary election day.
Celebrate the life of the late Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, by delving into her artistic output and other materials about her.