Washington University Libraries has completed its digitization and reassembly of the civil rights documentary “Eyes on the Prize,” made possible by a National Historical Publications and Records Commission grant.
Denise Stephens, university librarian at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has been appointed university librarian at Washington University in St. Louis, effective July 1, according to Provost Holden Thorp. Stephens succeeds Jeffrey G. Trzeciak, who left the university last July.
A search committee to identify candidates for the position of university librarian at Washington University in St. Louis has been formed by Provost Holden Thorp. The position was formerly held by Jeffrey G. Trzeciak, who left the university in July.
Washington University Libraries recently appointed two people as associate university librarians: Nadia Ghasedi and Jackie Lorrainne.
University Libraries’ Film & Media Archive has made video interviews with U.S. Congressman John Lewis from the acclaimed “Eyes on the Prize” documentary series available on its YouTube channel. Lewis will give the university’s Commencement address Friday, May 20.
Aaron Addison, director of scholarly services at University Libraries, has been selected to participate in the 2016 UCLA Senior Fellows Program. The program allows fellows to consider new approaches to issues confronting academic institutions and their libraries.
Through the generous support of alumni and friends of Washington University, the John M. Olin Library will be transformed into a center for 21st century scholarship.
The National Archives has awarded $150,000 to Washington University Libraries’ Film & Media Archive for its “Eyes on the Prize” interview digitization and reassembly project.
Meredith Evans, PhD, has been named associate university librarian for University Libraries at Washington University in St. Louis. She oversees the Department of Special Collections, which includes the Film and Media Archive, Manuscripts, the Modern Graphic History Library, Preservation, Rare Books, and University Archives.
Growing up in the segregated South, Associate University Librarian Virginia Toliver was banned from her local library. But her school library opened her up to a world beyond Mississippi. She donates to WUSTL to build a stronger Olin Library.