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Labriola Center receives $1M from Mellon Foundation for 'Firekeepers' initiative

A new project to build archives partnerships with Arizona’s tribal nations has found support from the nation’s largest arts and humanities foundation. The Labriola Center was recently awarded a $1 million grant from the Mellon Foundation for “Firekeepers: Building Archival Data Sovereignty through I...

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ASU Library recognizes outstanding library student workers

The ASU Library is pleased to highlight recent recipients of the Tomalee Doan LibAid for Student Success award. Travis Daniel received the first-place award for his work in the Makerspace. Second place was awarded to Becky Salazar, for her work in the Course Resource Services department. LibAid for ...

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Grow your creativity at ASU Open Door

Once a year ASU throws open its doors and invites the community inside for exciting events on each campus. Bring the whole family, make it a class trip, or invite friends of all ages! This year, the ASU Library will be offering a special nature journaling activity at all ASU Open Door events.  ...

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Lindy Elkins-Tanton joins ASU Library 'Beyond the Bookshelf' series

Foundation and Regents Professor Lindy Elkins-Tanton will be the next speaker at Arizona State University's Library’s “Beyond the Bookshelf” series, taking place from 3–4 p.m., Feb. 8, on Zoom. Elkins-Tanton is the principal investigator of the NASA Psyche mission and vice president of ASU's Interpl...