UTSA Libraries Glimpse: An insider's look for friends of the UTSA Libraries

Issue #4

Summer 2014

Inside this Issue

The library that represents the intellectual heart of UTSA’s Main Campus has come to the end of an extensive renovation process that began in 2009. Built in 1975, the John Peace Library (JPL) has been updated to reflect learning in the digital age.

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UTSA Libraries receives John Cotton Dana Award 

Considered “the most prestigious award of the American Library Association,” the honor recognizes the Libraries’ Ask us Anything campaign.

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State Senator Leticia Van de Putte donates her papers to UTSA Libraries

Van de Putte’s papers will be available to scholars, students and researchers interested in examining her impact across two decades in civil service.

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UTSA Libraries Launches Exhibit Commemorating the Historical Entrepreneurship of Gebhardt Mexican Foods

The virtual exhibit examines the impact of the San Antonio company that introduced chili powder and Mexican convenience foods to families in the U.S.  

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New staff charged with preserving & developing the @UTSA_Libraries archives - what an asset to San Antonio! #UTSA
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