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The University Libraries will offer students an overnight study space in Lied Library to use during the Spring 2018 Study and Finals Weeks. The Book 'n' Bean and Extended Study Area will... more

De-stress during Study Week with one of our fun activities at Lied Library. Take a virtual nature walk, spend some time with a certified therapy dog, practice yoga and guided meditation,... more

The University Libraries will be hosting ORCID ID Day on Wednesday, April 18 to offer faculty, staff, and graduate students an opportunity to learn more about ORCID and get help signing up... more

Michelle Light, Director of Special Collections and Archives (left) and Teaching and Learning Librarian Brittany Fiedler

🕒 December 1, 2017

University Libraries faculty members have been selected to participate in prestigious national professional development programs. Michelle Light, Director of Special Collections and Archives, was selected to participate in the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Leadership Fellows program, while Brittany Fiedler, Teaching and Learning Librarian, was been selected as an American Library Association (ALS) Emerging Leader.

🕒 November 22, 2017

Study Week is stressful, but the library is here to help you de-stress for finals success! Stop by one or more events in Lied Library during study and finals week. Spend a few minutes with a certified therapy dog, do yoga and a guided meditation, or get creative and unwind with art therapy.

🕒 November 21, 2017

Special Collections and Archives and the Center for Gaming Research are delighted to welcome our latest Eadington Fellow, Kim Manh.

🕒 November 20, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving from the UNLV University Libraries! In celebration of the holiday, the libraries will have adjusted hours for the Thanksgiving weekend.

🕒 November 15, 2017

 

Photographs of Frontier Victory rally , Culinary Union, Las Vegas (Nev.), 1998 January 31. Culinary Workers Union Local 226 Las Vegas, Nevada Photograph Collection (PH:00382)

🕒 November 2, 2017

Join the UNLV University Libraries for "Who in the World is Roberta Kane?" on Saturday, Dec. 9 from 5-7 p.m. in the Goldfield Room in Lied Library. This special reception will feature Roberta Kane, the daughter of Mike and Sallie Gordon and the first known Jewish baby born in Las Vegas.

🕒 October 31, 2017

The University Libraries is now accepting applications for a Faculty Institute on "Creative Research Assignments: Looking Beyond the Research Paper" on Jan. 8-9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The institute, originally held in May 2017, was so popular the University Libraries is providing another opportunity for faculty to participate. UNLV faculty who are selected to participate are eligible for a $1,000 stipend.

🕒 October 25, 2017

Three UNLV University Libraries faculty have been appointed to serve on the Advisory Council for The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement.

🕒 October 24, 2017

The UNLV Center for Gaming Research, part of the UNLV University Libraries Special Collections and Archives, has selected seven researchers to receive the 2017-18 Eadington Fellowships.

🕒 October 23, 2017

Special Collections and Archives project staff recently completed work on the National Historical Publications & Records Commission (NHPRC) grant-funded project, “America’s Great Gamble: A Project to Promote the Discovery of Sources About the Expansion of Legalized Gambling Across the United States.” The $129,600 grant allowed SCA to hire two full-time project archivists, and two student assistants who were able to process and describe four of our most significant modern gaming collections.

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