Rod Library is again able to offer faculty study rooms to current full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty members and emeritus
Try Room 373 from 5:00 p.m. to close! This semester, on most evenings, Rod Library will be making 32 extra computers available in Room 373.
No time for pleasure-reading? Sample a new favorite book before you commit to the whole thing! Join us in Rod Library every other Tuesday beginning Jan 10 @ 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. in Special Collections and University Archives to hear librarians, professors, fellow students, and occasional authors read aloud from a different book each session. Together, we’ll discover short stories, poems, and novels, both famous and little-known, from UNI’s post-1960s American Fiction Collection -- but ONLY as much as our bite-sized time slot allows for.
Meet Anne Marie Gruber.
As you may be aware, the compact shelving on the library’s first floor has been broken for almost a year and a half. We have been working on replacing the shelving but the cost is prohibitive. The shelves have become too dangerous for staff to retrieve items and the print journals housed within them are still of interest to researchers. As a result, we
Ease into the semester with mellow version of UNI Museum's Rock the Stacks with singer-songwriter J. Jeffrey Messerole on Thursday, January 19th from 7-9pm on the 1st Floor. Along with Messerole's storytelling concert, he will also tell the stories behind the songs.
University of Northern Iowa Museum has been selected for the 2016 Best of Cedar Falls Award in the Museums category by the Cedar Falls Award Program.
Finals week is coming. Worry and fear not, Rod Library is here to help you survive this stressful week. Come and de-stress with us!
We have the Graffiti Wall for you to draw, doodle, write encouraging messages, and etc. from December 5th-16th.
Tired of sitting in front of a computer? Itching to focus on anything other than your finals? Join us in the UNI Special Collections (Rod Library, third floor) for two hours of historical word games, including Fictionary, “Animal, Vegetable, Mineral”, Doublets (a game invented by Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll), Authors, and a few thousand-year-old, Anglo-Saxon riddles. Feel free to come and go as you like on December 7th from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.