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The University of Wyoming Libraries are centers of discovery and learning where students conduct research to develop skills for life long learning. Faculty depend upon library collections to support their research and keep current with developments within their field. Librarians teach students how to locate, evaluate, and integrate information within their studies. We strive to be an integral part of scholarly activities at the University and remain at the forefront of information technology as it applies to library collections. At the University of Wyoming, the Libraries are central to the educational process and are often the origination point for new discoveries and cutting-edge research at the University. The Libraries are truly the heart of the university.

Dean Ivan Gaetz

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Dean's Office, Library Admin

Home to Dean of Libraries and support staff.

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Future development

Look into the future of UW libraries.

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Library Council

Established in 1997 by UniReg 702.

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Employment

University of Wyoming job postings.

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Latest library news

Library News blog

Brad Watson’s Miss Jane nominated for National Book Award
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UW Creative Writing professor Brad Watson’s Miss Jane has been nominated for a National Book Award. Watson’s novel is among 10 nominees for this year’s fiction award. The 2016 NBA longlists were […]

Where and how to find the latest issue of the New York Times
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The most recent issues of the New York Times (Late Edition, East Coast) and New York Times (Online) are available via the Libraries’ subscription to ProQuest Newsstand. The Late Edition […]


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Directory

Find people within the UW libraries system.


Liaisons

Helpful contacts for subjects of study.

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