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University Press Week is here! Read about what the University of Utah Press has been up to.

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Two University of Utah students tell their stories of how the Family Reading Room has helped them during their studies.

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GIS can help visualize renewable energy potential around the world while identifying where sustainable efforts may be most productive.

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Fall 2018 Features

Library users on the 2nd floor now have access to an Advanced Graphics Workspace in the Knowledge Commons Computer Lab. The workspace is located among the Material Collection shelves on the north end of the lab.

University Archives has a sequence of photos showing students working on the Block U.

Two University of Utah students tell their stories of how the Family Reading Room has helped them during their studies.

Join performance artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña with cameos by Balitronica Gómez for a showcase of his latest solo work, The Most (un) Documented Mexican Artist, a unique perspective on the immediate future of the Americas.

Sara Langworthy lives in Iowa City and is Associate Professor of Practice at the University of Iowa Center for the Book. Recently, her book Naturans Naturata received the 2018 Carl Hertzog Award for Excellence in Book Design.