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Brendan Haug brought his experience from working with papyrology collections at Yale University and the University of California, Berkeley, to U-M. (Photo by Martin Vloet, Michigan Photography)
Papyrologist studies ancient treasures, preserves the past
By Erika Nestor, The University Record
April 7, 2014
As archivist of the University of Michigan's Papyrology Collection, Brendan Haug has the unique privilege of overseeing 30 pages from an original codex of the Letters of Paul from the New Testament.
MIDEN employee dissects the 3D cadaver. Photo by Laura Bailey.
Students virtually dissect hologram-like 3-D cadaver
By Laura Bailey, Michigan News
March 25, 2014
The 3-D virtual reality cadaver floats in space like a hologram on an invisible gurney.
Diana Perpich helped introduce the CTools technology to U-M. "I would consider myself a faculty advocate," she says. (Photo by Scott C. Soderberg, Michigan Photography)
Librarian teaches faculty, helps pilot new technology
By Jordan Swope, The University Record
March 24, 2014
The HathiTrust Board of Governors is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Furlough as the Executive Director of
HathiTrust. Furlough comes to HathiTrust from The Pennsylvania State University, where he is currently Associate Dean for Research and Scholarly Communications.
Courtesy of Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
by Keith Bretzius, Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
The Taubman Health Sciences Library has received an Elsevier Foundation grant to finance the enhancement of education, research and practice in emergency medicine in Ghana.
The first issue of the Selma Inter-religious Project newsletter, dated December 6, 1965
The University of Michigan Library has digitized the complete set of
Selma Inter-religious Project Newsletters and made them available to the public via the HathiTrust Digital Library. The newsletters document the civil rights struggle in Alabama from 1965 to 1974.
Gaming at the CVGA; photo by Dave Carter
The U-M Library’s Computer & Video Game Archive opened to little fanfare in 2008, sparked by a faculty member’s simple question: Did the library carry any gaming titles?
Shepard Fairey poster for "The John Sayles Restoration Project" film festival (2002)
By Deborah Holdship
Perhaps more than any modern filmmaker John Sayles personifies American individualism.
From the Record Update May 16, 2013 By Rick Fitzgerald, Public Affairs Pages
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