The Rotunda is undergoing a comprehensive, critically-needed renovation, and artifacts typically on view in the Rotunda (including the Alexander Galt statue of Thomas Jefferson) are on temporary display in the South Gallery of the Mary and David Harrison Institute for American History, Literature, and Culture and the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library.
The items were moved to the Harrison Institute in May. Below, read the UVA Today article about the move, view photos in a blog post by U.Va. photographer Sanjay Suchak, and watch a video from UVA Today featuring U.Va. conservator Mark Kutney.
The DMPTool helps you create a data management plan that complies with all federal requirements for research funding. UVA Library is one of the partners on this project. Read a short article about it from Campus Technology, and visit our Research Data Services Data Management Consulting Group page to learn more.
Four courses of the stop-motion animation program ”Stop & Go: Made from Scratch” are showing in the Niche this summer. Read about Stop & Go below, and stop by the Niche to see the exhibition.