Evans Receives Prestigious Nancy B. Olson Award
At this year's ALA annual meeting in Washington, D.C., Associate Librarian and Assistant Director for Library Collections Services Bruce Evans received the Nancy B. Olson Award (formerly called the "OLAC Award")
Baylor Institute of Oral History Joins the Baylor Libraries
As of June 1, 2019, the Baylor University Institute for Oral History became part of the Baylor Libraries
University Libraries Announce 2019 Teaching Fellows
The University Libraries announce the fifth cohort of libraries teaching fellows who will spend time this summer conducting research in the libraries' special collections.
Emeritus Professor Rita S. Patteson Honored as Mace-Bearer for Baylor Graduation Ceremony
Associate Professor Emeritus and former Armstrong Browning Library Director Rita S. Patteson has been chosen as mace-bearer for the Baylor graduation ceremony on Friday afternoon, May 17.
Renovations Underway Throughout the Central Libraries This Summer
Renovations to an area on the west side of Moody Memorial Library are underway and will extend in stages through Summer 2019; upgrades to Prichard Study Commons and Jones Library also scheduled
Baylor Libraries Acquire Research Collection of New Testament Scholar Eldon Jay Epp
Baylor Libraries announce acquisition of research collection of New Testament scholar Eldon Jay Epp
Baylor University Libraries Acquire Heritage Edition of Saint John’s Bible, The First Hand-Illuminated Bible Created Since the Invention of the Printing Press
Baylor Libraries acquire Heritage Edition of the Saint John's Bible, a very rare, hand-illuminated edition of the Bible conceived and led by a former calligrapher to the Queen of England
Gift from Schumacher Foundation Supports Baylor Libraries
$80,000 gift from the Schumacher Foundation of Columbus, Ohio supports technology in Moody 104 Active Learning Lab
Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History Launch Women's Collections Site
The Baylor Libraries and the Institute for Oral History, in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies program, launched a new research resource that makes archival collections featuring women more accessible.