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Sept. 15-Oct. 15 is National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month! Celebrate with us by checking out these books by Latinx authors.
September 25-29 is Peer Review Week. Join us for these fun and informative events to learn more about Peer Review at USU!
Join us September 7 at noon for this ORCID workshop! Build your research identifier and ensure your work is always credited to you.
The Library is honoring the 100 year anniversary since Old Ephraim's reign came to an end. See the exhibit in the atrium now through Sept. 25!
Check out which books staff and faculty at the Merrill-Cazier Library recommend you add to your To Be Read list!
Join us on August 25 at 10:00 a.m. to learn all about avoiding predatory publishers! Register for in person or Zoom today.
We are looking for participants to share their science stories on October 26, 2023 at our inaugural Science Story Slam! Submissions due September 26.
Jared Farmer will deliver "Music & the Unspoken Truth" at the Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall on Oct. 5.
July is Disability Pride Month. Celebrate Disability Pride Month with these reading recommendations!
Join us July 11 at 10 a.m. to create an ORCID iD and learn some tips to optimize your iD and enhance your research impact!
USU Libraries' Open Access Fund is opening July 1! Don't miss out on up to $1500 to cover OA charges. Apply ASAP!
Join us for an informative seminar on the many funding and discount opportunities available through the library!
We are excited to welcome USU's Summer Citizens! Check out this helpful guide to get the most of out of the library.
University Libraries is proud to present “Weavings,” an exhibit featuring the work of Associate Dean of USU Libraries Jeanne Davidson.
Congratulations to our 2023 Library student employee and staff members graduates! We are so proud of you.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Check out this list of books available in USU Libraries’ collection to celebrate.
Artists creatively explore their relationship to the Utah landscape in this new exhibit on display in the atrium of the Merrill-Cazier Library.
Make sure you #TakeABreak this Finals Week! The Library has compiled a list of resources and activities for stress management.
Join us April 20 at 5 p.m. in room 101 to discuss "Re-Storying the Land: The Dirty Work of Restoration."
Check out this exhibit showcasing Interior Architecture & Design students' projects contained inside an Altoid Box.
Research Week will take place between April 10-14, 2023. Join us to celebrate faculty, graduate and undergraduate research!
Check out this new LibGuide to help researchers find materials for underrespresented voices in the Government Information Collection.
USU Libraries will celebrate Open Education Week March 20-24 with in-person and virtual events for students and educators!
Join us March 29th at 7:00 p.m. to learn all about the impact of the Second World War on the style and acquisition of clothing with USU's Nancy Hills!
Join us on March 22 for Datapalooza 2023 to see presentations from librarians and researchers across campus on data management.
Join us for an in-person, interdisciplinary, day-long workshop for instructors to revolutionize your classroom and teaching on April 28!
Celebrate Black History Month! Enrich your education with books by Black authors available to check out from USU Libraries.
USU Libraries recently joined ORCID, a nonprofit organization aimed to help researchers. To learn how to use ORCID, join us for this workshop!
Learn how to stream movies for free using Alexander Street Academic Video Online (AVON). This platform is available via USU Libraries.
Opioid abuse is a serious problem across the United States, and Utah is no exception. See what USU is doing to raise opioid abuse awareness.
A digital collection of USU administrators, faculty, staff and student oral histories pertaining to the COVID-19 Pandemic is now live.
From iPads to VR headsets, Library Information Technology (LIT) has a list of tech that can be checked out through the circulation desk.
Make sure you Take A Break this Finals Week! The Library has compiled a list of resources and activities for stress management.
Join us Nov. 4th at 12pm for Communities Activated: Stories from Behind the Scenes of Progress, part of Intersections on Inclusion seminar series.
An exhibit on the history of the Aggie Creamery is currently on display in the Merrill-Cazier Library.
The Library After Hours event for first-year connection students was one of the most attended events in library history.
USU Libraries invites submissions for lightning talk proposals for Open Access Week 2022, to be held Thursday, October 27, 12 pm.
Dr. Benjamin Pykles will present the 2022 Arrington Mormon History Lecture on October 13th, 2022 at 7pm.
Join us Sept 19-23 for Peer Review Week, a global event celebrating the essential role that peer review plays in maintaining research quality.
Dr. Jeannie Johnson will present the Friends of the Merill-Cazier Library Fall Lecture on Sept. 28 at 7 p.m.
St. Anne’s Retreat in Logan Canyon has been the destination for legend-tripping for the last fifty years. This exhibit explores the meaning behind these legends and how they are maintained through local culture and oral traditions.