A workshop on Beginning German Genealogy will be presented by Darcy Boock on Wednesday evening, February 26, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., in the University Archives and Area Research Center (170 Chalmer Davee Library). Come and learn how to search for your German ancestors.
Open to the public. Previous genealogy experience is not necessary.
This session will be repeated again on Saturday, March 8, from 9 a.m.-noon.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 715-425-3567.
The linking between the Web of Science and the Journal of Animal Science are failing. For now, open it from the UWRF library homepage’s Journals A-Z list. Here’s the link: Journal of Animal Science.
This problem effects 256 scattered articles from the Journal of Animal Science published in 2013 and 2014. Thomson Reuters is working on correcting the problem but please be aware that the corrections may not be completed for 4-6 weeks.
Roxanne Schneberger, facilities management, looks at old North Hall photos on display. (Photo by Kathy M. Helgeson; copyright: UWRF Communications)
The staff of the UWRF University Archives and Area Research Center created 14 display boards for the kickoff event celebrating the 100th anniversary of North Hall. The event—held Tuesday February 4, 2014, in North Hall—was a Series on Innovation & Excellence program and featured a tour and scavenger hunt throughout the building. The displays will be up in North Hall through Friday, February 7 — UPDATE: they will be up for several weeks. More events celebrating the anniversary will occur throughout the year.
Check out more photos of this event: http://uwrfphoto.photoshelter.com/gallery/Series-on-Innovation-Excellence/G0000Xnl_y0hqdlw/C0000Pne6AWJYfyg
The photographs used in the displays are all from the UWRF Archives’ collections. The Archives also plans an exhibit of the original vintage photographs in their display windows on the first level of the Chalmer Davee Library.
Chancellor Van Galen recently presented a copy of An Anthology of Modern Irish Poetry to the library. Dedicated to Kevin Reilly, president of the University of Wisconsin System from 2003 to 2014, the book honors Reilly as a champion of more graduates, proud Irish American, published scholar in Irish Studies, and devoted connoisseur of poetry. Reilly is fondly known for reading a poem at virtually every Board of Regents’ meeting.
View more information about the book in the library catalog.