Vanderbilt Libraries invite you to Central Library Movie Night Wednesday, April 13, 2022 8:00 p.m. Featuring Eighth Grade, the 2018 Comedy/Drama directorial debut of comedian Bo Burnham. Synopsis from A24Films: Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school—the end of her… Keep reading
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Octavia Butler: Grand Dame of Science Fiction Central Library Lobby May-July 2022 Octavia Butler (1947-2006) was an American science fiction author. In her early publishing career, she was one of the few Black women authors in a field dominated by white men. Extremely shy as a child, she found a creative outlet exploring science fiction… Keep reading
Central Library Circulation & Government Documents congratulates our Class of ‘22 student employees on their many accomplishments and upcoming graduation. Throughout their time working at the library, these students have provided high quality circulation services and made important contributions to organizing and expanding access to the library’s government documents materials. We thank you for your… Keep reading
Before you leave for the summer, please return your library books to any campus library or library book drop before you depart. If you will be in town for the summer, come see us in the libraries during our summer hours. Congratulations to all who are graduating!
The Annette and Irwin Eskind Family Biomedical Library and Learning Center will be hosting several events for the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine’s Commencement. Thursday, May 12th: the library closes at 3:00 PM Friday, May 13th: the library will be closed Saturday, May 14th: normal operating hours EBL Staff will be available virtually Thursday afternoon… Keep reading
The Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries, in partnership with the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM), have acquired the research materials of Grammy-winning musician Yusef Abdul Lateef. Lateef’s musical artistry crossed and combined multiple genres, including Middle Eastern and Asian music, American jazz, and classical. He was a noted educator, author, composer, and visual… Keep reading
The Eskind Biomedical Library is excited to announce the addition of two new databases: CINAHL Ultimate and Stahl Online! Both databases are accessible from on and off campus and allow unlimited user access. CINAHL Ultimate expands the previous CINAHL content to include more international journals, open access journals, and non-open access journals. Stahl Online is… Keep reading
Buchanan Library Fellowship: Telling the Story of Civil War Nashville through Storymaps Using records, maps and photographs from the Vanderbilt Special Collections and other historic Nashville collections, two Buchanan Library Fellows will create Storymap projects: interactive, GIS-based visual tools that combine information on many individual locations into a single visual product, telling the exciting stories… Keep reading
The Wilson Music Library will open the following hours during Summer 2022: Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday: CLOSED We will also be CLOSED on May 30 (Memorial Day), and July 4 (Independence Day).
The Management Library will be closing on Friday May 6th for the summer, as Owen gets closer to finishing its expansion. The library will reopen at the end of August. Staff will not have access to the space in any capacity throughout this time. WML staff will be working remotely throughout the summer. Please e-mail us… Keep reading
Happy Arbor Day! This beautiful campus we live and work in was first referred to as an arboretum in May 1879, and today there are approximately 190 species of trees and shrubs in the arboretum. Visit the Vanderbilt Arboretum Website for more information, and to find self-guided tree tours, including the Historic Tree Tour created… Keep reading