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Apply by April 5th for the 2021 Lang Prize. The Lang Prize recognizes students who make exceptional use of library resources, services, or expertise for a class project. If you’ve completed a research project for a class during Spring 2020, Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Winter 2021 quarters apply
February 1, 2021 • Beth Callahan
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The library is now offering more streaming video and music than ever, part of its ongoing effort to ensure that UC Davis students, faculty and staff can easily access research and course materials at any time, and from any place they may be
October 2, 2020 • Kristin Burns
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Leyla Cabugos, an assistant librarian at the UC Davis Library, has been selected by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) Diversity and Inclusion Committee as one of 18 diversity scholars for 2017-19 from around the nation. Leyla, who is currently pursuing her master’s degree in library
August 17, 2017 • Jessica Nusbaum
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A hearty congratulations to Xiaoli Li, who leads the library’s Content Support Services department — the team that oversees critical work behind the scenes like purchasing our library resources and assigning the metadata, or search terms, that enable people to find what they’re looking for in our online catalog
August 10, 2017 • Jessica Nusbaum
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In the California Aggie’s “Best of Davis 2017” issue, Shields Library was voted best place to study on campus. Shields toppled its on-campus runners-up (the CoHo and Student Community Center) with over 58% of the vote. Among the many resources and amenities that students love about the library: a
May 23, 2017 • Jillian Kido
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We are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Lang Prize! The Lang Prize recognizes undergraduate students whose research projects make extensive use of library resources, services and expertise. This year’s recipients are:   In Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Brian Wright—1st place Southern Whigs, a “British Conspiracy,”
May 19, 2017