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Library Report Highlights Three Years of Progress

The UNC Library has issued a 2013-2016 progress report, showcasing key programs and initiatives related its strategic plan. Continue reading

Wilson Library Reading Room Closed Sept. 21 – Sept. 23

The Grand Reading Room will be closed for floor cleaning. Continue reading

Dear Future Me: Son of UNC Library Employee Receives Carolina Family Scholarship

Joanneke Elliott’s son Thomas will use the $2,000 need-based scholarship made available by the UNC Employee Forum to further his studies at Carolina. Continue reading

The Presidents in the Library: from Washington to Obama

Every U.S. President as represented in UNC’s Wilson Special Collections Library. Continue reading

University Librarian Sarah Michalak Will Retire Dec. 31

Michalak has been UNC’s library director since 2004, leading the Library into a new era of technology-based services. Continue reading

Gospel Singer Mary Williams to Offer “Aural History Tour” July 17

Free program allows participants to learn about American history through music, including spirituals, protest songs, and gospel music. Continue reading

Set in the Southern Part of Heaven: Chapel Hill Through Authors’ Eyes

Exhibition features novels, stories, and memoirs set in Chapel Hill. Continue reading

UNC Gathering at 2016 ALA Annual Conference

Join University Librarian Sarah Michalak and SILS Dean Gary Marchionini for a reception at ALA. Continue reading

Digital Heritage Center Welcomes 200th Partner

The Center works with organizations all over North Carolina to digitize and preserve the state’s cultural heritage. Continue reading

North Carolina Collection’s Bob Anthony Is “Tar Heel of the Week”

The News & Observer has named Bob Anthony, Curator of the North Carolina Collection in Wilson Library, as its “Tar Heel of the Week“: The brittle pages of an old book hold more than words – they are a tangible link to the past, a chance to imagine the hands that turned them decades or … Continue reading

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