Tag: Ekstrom Library

Ekstrom’s 3rd floor renovations complete

Students, take note. A large, bright and airy study space just opened in Ekstrom Library, just in time for end of the semester cramming. Third...

Equine researchers benefit from BloodHorse donation

When BloodHorse Magazine moved its Lexington office recently, storage space in the new place was limited. The editors found themselves with dozens of boxes of...

ThinkIR’s 1 millionth download a major milestone in bringing UofL scholarship...

UofL’s Institutional Repository, ThinkIR – a digital platform which hosts and offers open access to scholarship of UofL’s faculty, researchers and students – has passed...

More students, better study space: Planning for Ekstrom Library’s third floor...

Midway through each Fall or Spring semester, Ekstrom Library’s population brims to overflowing as students vie for available space, hunched over open books and...

UofL opens World War I anniversary exhibit July 13

When the United States entered World War I, the people of Louisville were eager to play their part. Whether serving overseas, working at Camp...

Kentucky Women’s Book Festival features Brandeis Law alumna

Legal publishing and poetry might seem like two vastly different fields, but for Pat Owen, they're not incompatible. Owen, a 1977 graduate of the Brandeis...

Ekstrom Library renovation to provide new learning laboratory, greater study space

If you walk around the third floor in Ekstrom Library, you’ll notice some changes in progress. Crews have removed furniture and dismantled shelves in...