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Maps Library Celebrates Juneteenth With New Display

In celebration of Juneteenth, the Map and Imagery Library is hosting a display featuring Louise E. Jefferson. Jefferson is known as an illustrator, photographer, graphic designer, founding member of the Harlem Artists Guild, and as one of the first Black female cartographers. Louise E. Jefferson’s passion for portraying disenfranchised populations…

Literary Manuscripts Archivist Wins SEC Visiting Faculty Travel Grant

Florence M. Turcotte, Literary Manuscripts Archivist, recently won the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Visiting Faculty Travel Grant and will travel to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN for research at the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries. She will consult with Mary McSparran, Curator of Manuscripts and conduct research in the Edwin Mims…

Journal of Assessment in Higher Education Inaugural Issue Release

At the University of Florida, we are pleased to announce the debut of The Journal of Assessment in Higher Education (JAHE), a collaboration between the UF Office of Institutional Assessment and the George A. Smathers Libraries. The journal is an open-access, semi-annual publication that presents articles on current philosophy,…