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January 24, 2013

February Highlights

For the annual Black History Month lecture Feb. 5, Peter Neufeld, co-director of the Innocence Project, took the stage with Marvin Anderson, who was exonerated of wrongful conviction after serving 15 years in prison. Anderson, an Innocence Project Board member, and Neufeld explored the relationship between race and wrongful conviction. The 11th annual VCU Libraries Black History Month Lecture was sponsored by the VCU Friends of the Library and the Francis M. Foster African-American History Endowment Fund.  

January Highlights

  • University Librarian John E. Ulmschneider appeared Jan. 10 on WLEE's "Jack Gravely Show." He discussed VCU's hardworking students and how VCU Libraries serves them: Interview with John Ulmschineder.mp3.
  • VCU Libraries Moves to the Cloud, in University News.
  • VCU is among the first major research institutions to develop a cloud-based library platform. Today leaders in the library field from across the country will dive into a discussion on how the emerging cloud-based technologies are transforming research libraries. WCVE-FM's John Ogle interviews VCU Libraries Senior Associate Librarian John Duke, who led the technical team and talks about innovations with moderm academic libraries with WCVE-FM's John Ogle. 
  • January 2013 Richmond Magazine article about St. Philip School of Nursing, which operated from 1920 to 1962,   features photographs and reference to Special Collections and Archives at Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences.
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