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Martha Bedard, vice provost for university libraries on Nov. 12, 2013. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

The Evolving Role of University Libraries

UConn's new vice provost of University Libraries talks about the future of academic libraries and how her own love of reading began.

Francelia Butler in her office at UConn sometime in the mid-1980s.(Photo courtesy of Francelia Butler Papers, University Archives & Special Collections)

From ‘Kiddie Lit’ to Children’s Literature: The Autobiography of Francelia Butler

The autobiography of Butler, who initiated the serious study of children's literature at UConn, is being published posthumously this month.

A photo of Guy Wolff at work in his studio from the book Guy Wolff: Master Potter in the Garden, by Suzy Staubach. Wolff's horticultural wares grace gardens and homes throughout the U.S. (Photo by Joseph Szalay)

Passions for Clay, Gardening, and Writing Converge in New Book, Art Exhibit

A new book by the UConn Co-op's Suzy Staubach features potter Guy Wolff, whose work is also the focus of an exhibit opening today at Babbidge Library.

This bench, created by Ted and Zeb Esselstyn, is made from wood from the largest elm tree in the state which came down in Suffield, CT in 2009. The photo was taken in East Rock Park, overlooking New Haven. (Photo by Derek Dudek)

UConn Libraries Mark First Anniversary of October 2011 Snowstorm with Arboreal Exhibits

New exhibit at Babbidge Library looks at the aesthetic value of trees on anniversary of last year's ill-timed snowstorm.

Student newspaper digitized cover from May 24, 1934.

UConn’s Student Newspaper Digitized and Online

The student newspaper has been looking at campus through student eyes since 1896.

Aerial View of Griswold Point, Old Lyme - 1974-2000 (Photo courtesy of UConn Libraries)

Historical Aerial Photos of Connecticut’s Coastline Now Available Online

Aerial photographs of the state’s coast covering the past 40 years provide a valuable time series of environmental and land use conditions.

Don’t Wait to Graduate to Build a Business Empire!

Student innovators won't want to miss the opportunity to compete in the inaugural Innovation Quest (iQ) contest at UConn.

Innovators: Networking Function in February

Innovative students, faculty and friends, mark your calendars: on Thursday, February 16, the School of Engineering and Springboard will host another in the popular Innovation Connection functions at the Storrs campus.

Entrepreneur Eric Knight Joins Springboard

On December 16th, UConn alumnus, inventor and entrepreneur Eric Knight joined the Springboard Program at UConn as Manager and Entrepreneur in Residence.

Exhibit of the Willimantic Linen Company.

UConn Libraries Join HathiTrust Digital Library

UConn now has access to a massive digital library of published scholarship, including the Google Books Library Project.