Library leadership: Washington University's Trevor A. Dawes to lead UD libraries, museums
Dawes named Vice Provost for Libraries and Museums and May Morris Librarian .
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Late-night study locations announced as UD students look ahead to final exams
Daugherty Hall, Trabant Food Court, the Kirkwood Room in the Perkins Student Center, Rooms 223 and 230 in the Trabant Center, and the Morris Library and its Commons offer late-night study.
May 13 - May 26, 2016
'Two Steps Forward, One Step Back?': Women of Color and the Dance of Academia
New exhibit includes books, magazines, DVDs and other library materials that discuss the role and status of women of color — African Americans, Latinas, Asian Americans and Native Americans — in academia.
March 30 through Sept. 17, 2016
Morris Library Information Room
Invitation to Irish Film Showings
The UD Library will host two Irish film viewings in conjunction with the exhibit, "'A terrible beauty is born:' The Easter Rising at 100" in the Special Collections Exhibition Gallery, second floor.
May 18 & May 20, 2016 @ Noon
Class of 1941 Lecture Room, Morris Library
"'A terrible beauty is born': The Easter Rising", at 100
The year 2016 marks the centenary of the Easter Rising in Ireland. The Easter Rising became a defining moment for the complex landscape of Irish culture, politics and history in the 20th century.
Feb. 9, 2016 - June 12, 2016
Special Collections Gallery, Morris Library
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- Late-night study locations announced as UD students look ahead to final exams
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