Join us in honoring Brian Schottlaender's bold vision and leadership. As University Librarian, Brian Schottlaender has personified the university’s innovative, unconventional spirit, with passion, commitment, and resilience.
Don’t miss your chance to have your work showcased at the 10th Annual ArtPower Student New Media Festival, co-sponsored by the Library. The best student VR and video submissions will each receive $500. Submissions are due by Friday, April 14.
The Library joins 160+ indie movie theatres and libraries nationwide in a national screening of the film version of George Orwell’s novel, “1984.” April 4 marks the day in which the novel’s protagonist begins his rebellion against Big Brother. Join us in the Seuss Room from 5-7pm.
Explore this distinguished photographer’s collection, which offers a narrative of student’s feelings about the ever-changing campus climate at UC San Diego in the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s, as well as their reactions to pivotal moments throughout history.
This "Living Archive," recently exhibited in Geisel Library, reflects student perspectives on life at UC San Diego, including written and artistic expressions. The "living" format expands the traditional archive, and will accommodate future perspectives and historical materials. Click 'More' to view the exhibit.
Visit The Commons on the 1st floor in Geisel West, to access a robust network of resources to accelerate teaching and learning for students and faculty—from workshops to strengthen communications and writing skills, to services to support and increase the effectiveness of all instructors.