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Seattle Times: ‘Bruce Lee Ascending’ debuts at UW’s Odegaard Undergraduate Library
Academic Libraries Transition to Digital Information Gateways
Director of UW Foster Business Library quoted in BizEd
Starting Early: High school students in paid internships at academic libraries
University of Washington, Princeton and Ohio State are featured in this article from ACRL
Collaboration & Innovation: The Story of an Open Pedagogy Project on Critical Filipinx American Histories
Libraries leads student/teacher partnership to create new textbook
For the Public Good: Social Distancing with Online Events, ACRLog
Costs Outstrip Library Budgets | Periodicals Price Survey 2020- Library Journal 4.23.2020
Contributing author: Sion Romaine, UW Libraries Director, Acquisitions & Rapid Cataloging Services,Collections & Content Associate Librarian, University Libraries
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grants $1 million to support collaborative conservation
Portraits of Change Exhibit In Allen Library:cultural disruption, poverty and homelessness.
Featured story in Real Change news
King 5 News Features UW Libraries Kearney Barton Collection
Katrina Belton, Preservation Specialist, University of Washington Libraries in Seattle, Wash., will receive the Jan Merrill-Oldham Professional Development Grant for 2020
UW’s East Asia Library to be renamed the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi East Asia Library
Libraries announces $6 million endowment from Tateuchi Foundation for East Asia Library
From The Daily: Is Wikipedia Telling The Truth?
UW Libraries and Labor Archives addresses systemic bias with "edit-a-thon" event.
Andrew Weaver Receives iPRES2019 Honor
University of Washington's Media Preservation Librarian honored for work in digital preservation by iPres, the premier and longest-running conference series on digital preservation.
‘No-No Boy’ went from unknown book to classic thanks to UW Press and Asian American writers. Now, it’s at the center of a controversy.
Seattle Times, June 13, 2019
Get ready for Earth Day: A new Allen Library exhibit
The Daily, April 15, 2019
Azusa Tanaka named one of Library Journal's 2019 Movers & Shakers
Library Journal, March 7, 2019
UW anthropologist connects communities to archive of Khmer Rouge-era Cambodia
UW News, March 7, 2019
UW Libraries is new home for decades of KIRO-TV news video
UW News, February 6. 2019
UW Libraries part of Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant to develop national book preservation plan
Library of Congress, February 4, 2019
The Passamaquoddy reclaim their culture through digital repatriatiton
The New Yorker, January 30, 2019