Davis Library

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Start the Year A Step Ahead: Library Tours Week of Aug. 18

Free tours take the mystery out of UNC’s libraries. Continue reading

Four Receive Student Employee Appreciation Awards from UNC Library

The UNC Library recognized Landon James ’14, Libby Livingston ’15, Alex Smith ’15, and Kyree Tittle ’14 as the first recipients of the Student Employee Appreciation Award on May 13, 2014. Continue reading

Appointments: Web/Database Development Librarian; Business and Economics Librarian

Welcoming Luke Aeschleman and Josiah Drewry to their new positions at the University Libraries. Continue reading

Davis Library Elevators To Get a Lift

Outdated elevators will receive an eagerly anticipated modernization this spring and summer. Continue reading

Library Winter Break and Intersession Hours

Most UNC campus libraries will close at 5 or 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 13, 2013 and will be open on limited schedules through Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014. Continue reading

Library Tours Week of Aug. 19

Take a free tour of Davis, Wilson, or the Undergraduate Library and be ready for your semester! Continue reading

Appointments: Research and Design Services Librarian; Social Sciences Librarian; Cancer Information Librarian

Welcome to UNC Library’s newest librarians. Jennie Goforth is Research and Design Services Librarian; Josiah Drewry is Social Sciences Librarian; and Jennifer Walker is Cancer Information Librarian. Continue reading

Libraries Offer Additional Hours for Exams

Many UNC libraries will extend hours during spring exam week so that students can prepare for finals. Continue reading

Water Leak Closes Areas of Davis Library

A leak from a third-floor drinking fountain in Davis Library has damaged books, carpets, and walls. Clean-up operations are underway. Continue reading

Construction in Davis Library to Begin in February for Odum Institute Move

Construction will begin in Davis Library in February to prepare office, computing, and teaching space for the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science. Construction is likely to cause noise and disruption. Continue reading

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