Monthly Archives: March 2019


UTWrites with Ed Steck, next Thursday 4/4


Faculty CTL Information Literacy Discussion 3/27 at noon

If you are interested in how to use information literacy methods in the classroom, please join Librarian David Davisson for a discussion on how the Library can work with you.

This event is sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning.


UTWrites with Amanda Firestone next Thursday, March 21

International Women’s Day is March 8

Main (2nd Floor NX180.F4 W655 2006

Today on International Women’s Day we celebrate the accomplishments of women across the globe. Achieving equality demands constant dialogue and learning. Here are some reads that get you thinking about gender parity and your roll in striving towards #BalanceforBetter.

Books about women who changed the world – how many have you read?

Need a longer list? The New York Public Library compiled a list of books for each day of the year, all by women.

Here’s some books we have in our collection:

Main (2nd Floor) HQ1208 .B352 1953
Main (2nd Floor) E185.86 .D382 1990
Main (2nd Floor) HQ1596 .W6 2009
Main (2nd Floor) QB34.5 .S63 2016

Faculty Scholarship Panel – Today!