Events Calendar

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Douglass Library
National Library of Medicine exhibit
New Jersey Medical School, Library of Science and Medicine
Sam Alden
Dana Library
4/25/186 pm7:30 pm
Voices of Newark
Dana Library
3/28/186 pm7:30 pm
Alexander Library
Digital Humanities Lab
3/8/1810 am11:30 am

In this collaborative workshop, we will explore a number of pedagogical ideas for using the historical newspapers in Chronicling America ( Anyone with an...

Digital humanities
Alexander Library
3/8/182 pm3:30 pm
James Dickson Carr Library
3/8/182 pm4 pm

What does your resume say about you? Join University Career Services in the Career Collections room at Carr Library for drop-in resume critique sessions. Students usually spend about 15 minutes per session with an adviser. Please bring a draft of...

Resume critiques
Art Library
3/8/183 pm5 pm

Join Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers Art Library, and the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities for an Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon! Art+Feminism is a DIY campaign to improve coverage of feminism and the arts on...

Douglass Library

States of Incarceration is an exhibition and series of programs created by over 500 students and community partners in 17 states, including participants from from Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Rutgers University–Newark. The exhibit...

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New Jersey Medical School
Library of Science and Medicine

Rutgers University Libraries are proud to welcome Physician Assistants: Collaboration and Care, a 6-panel traveling exhibit produced by the National Library of Medicine, to Rutgers University. The exhibition was on display in the Medical...

National Library of Medicine exhibit

Finding Wonder outside and between Pages, a mixed media installation by Esther Lim, will be on display at the Rutgers Art Library from February 16 to March 31, 2018.


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Douglass Library

This exhibition, presented by The Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities (CWAH), highlights the vibrant history of literature, visual arts, dance, theater, and music as it was produced by Douglass women. Rutgers University Libraries faculty...

Creative Life of Douglass

The John Cotton Dana Library is currently featuring From Rebellion to Review Board: Fighting for Police Accountability in Newark in the Fourth Floor Gallery. The exhibition, a series of 14 panels, was created by graduate and...

Rebellion to Review Board
Alexander Library
Special Collections and University Archives
3/2/188/10/1812:45 pm

New Jersey First: The Life and Legacy of Senator Frank R. Lautenberg commemorates the late senator’s legislative accomplishments and celebrates his devotion to public service. The exhibit draws from the Senator Frank R. Lautenberg Papers, an...

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