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The GW Librari received a $24,550 Sparks! Ignition Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to fund the continued development of custom-built software that collects data from Twitter. Read more >>
Russian Counterculture and Samizdat
Mark Yoffe, Curator of the International Counterculture Archive at the GW Libraries' Global Resources Center, was recently interviewed by several news outlets regarding the Russian Counterculture movement and the GW Libraries' Samizdat collection, including WNYC's Soundcheck, the Voice of America Russian service, and the Washington Post. Read more >>
2013 Eckles Freshman Research Prize Winners
The Eckles Prize for Freshman Research Excellence, established in 2007, is awarded to students who create, in their freshman year, a research project demonstrating extensive and noteworthy use of the GW Libraries. Freshmen may submit for consideration a research project written for any course taken during that academic year. Read more >>