Health Sciences Library

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Appointments: University Archivist, Head of Health IT Initiatives

The Library welcomes Nicholas Graham and Brian Moynihan. Continue reading

Appointments: Government Information Librarian and Clinical Librarian

The UNC Library welcomes Renée Bosman and Sarah Towner Wright. Continue reading

Appointments: Nursing Liaison Librarian; African American Collections and Outreach Archivist

The University Library welcomes Elizabeth Moreton as nursing liaison librarian and Chaitra Powell as African American collections and outreach archivist. Continue reading

Appointment: Pharmacy Librarian

The UNC Libraries is pleased to announce the appointment of Rachael Posey as Pharmacy Librarian at the Health Sciences Library. 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

Imagining the U.S. Civil War, 1861-1900

The exhibition “Imagining the U.S. Civil War, 1861-1900” was curated by students from Professor Eliza Richards’s undergraduate American literature seminar. It will be on view in Wilson Library through July 20. Continue reading

Keep Exam Stress in Check with Canines, Coloring, Kitties, Cookies, Coffee

Libraries have activities to help you relax and recharge during the most stressful week of the year. Continue reading

Student-Curated Civil War Exhibition To Open April 24 at Wilson Library

UNC undergraduates will provide a gallery tour of the exhibition they curated as a semester-long class project. 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

Series Offers Free Information Tips for UNC Science Researchers

A free informational series in November and December will help UNC students and faculty in the sciences accelerate their research. Continue reading