Lied Library is hosting a collection box for the Harry Potter
Alliance of Las Vegas' used book drive titled "Accio Books."
Donations are being accepted through April 30.
The collection box is located on the first floor of Lied Library in
front of the Library Security Office, adjacent to the Book n Bean
The Gayle A. Zeiter Literacy Development Center in the College of Education at UNLV invites you to join us in the Amargosa Room of Lied Library as Professor Alan Rosen discusses the history of Holocaust testimony, focusing on the remarkable 1946 displaced persons interview project conducted by David Boder, a psychologist affiliated with the Illinois Institute of Technology.
UNLV Libraries Hosts Author Danielle Gomes, April 27th
This event has been unavoidably canceled at this time with plans to reschedule in the Fall.
Our new Rebel Research Service is designed for UNLV students, faculty and staff, plus community members needing research assistance with course- and degree-related projects and assignments. Librarians can meet one-on-one or with small groups to discuss focusing a research topic, identifying & evaluating sources, and searching library databases effectively.
"The Singular Beauty of Birds: The Natural History of the
West and the art of Bird Illustration."
Highlighting the work of Andrew Jackson Grayson, whose bird paintings were reproduced in a limited edition of vibrantly
colored, large folio plates by the Arion Press in a portfolio
entitled "The Birds of the Pacific Slope," this exhibit places the
art of bird illustration in the context of Western exploration
and the natural sciences, which formed an important part of the
government-sponsored Western expeditions of the 19th-century.
UNLV University Libraries will once again offer the Calvert Award for Undergraduate Research. The application deadline is April 24, but as you continue to work on your course assignments, take note of your best research projects and enter them in this prestigious academic competition.