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Includes administrative records and publications of the University and its departments that have been transferred to Archives
Areas of study, degree and certificate programs, courses offered, and other information about the institution.
The Campus Criterion started publication in 1931 and documents student life at the college over the years, including athletics, social events, clubs, student body elections, and the performing arts.
Published from 1986 until 2002, the Journal of the Western Slope was produced by students at Mesa State College to encourage the scholarly study of Colorado's Western Slope.
Includes research datasets, faculty bibliographies, and other faculty works
Presentations from the Author Showcase events hosted by the Tomlinson Library at Colorado Mesa University.
Brief biographies and selected bibliographies of publications, projects, presentations, and performances by past and current faculty of Colorado Mesa University.
Datasets created in the course of research by CMU faculty
Includes materials on the history of Western Colorado, including water resources and the Department of Energy Atomic Energy Commission
Includes student showcase programs and works as well as student theses
This collection holds posters from the Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition (CIIPE).
These posters come from the exhibition "Images of China: East and West." 这些海报来自画展“中国形象：东方和西方。”
Track 1: Food Justice Transitions: Envisioning Real Utopias from Field to Fork ; Track 2: Justice and Geoengineering in the Anthropocene ; Track 3: U.S. Federal Panel on Agency, Inter-agency, and International EJ Initiatives ; Track 4: Environmental Justice, Violence and Historical Exclusion ; Track 5: Environmental Justice & the Clean Power Plan ; Track 6: Ecological Economics and Climate Justice in the Anthropocene ; Track 7: Environmental Justice In and From the Global South ; Track 8: Justice Beyond Humans: The Place of Nonhumans in Environmental Justice ; Track 9: Environmental Justice in Transnational History ; Track 10: Just Transitions ; Track 11: Environmental Injustice & Health: From Data to Policy, From Community Narratives to Mobilization ; Track 12: Energy Justice ; Track 13: Climate Adaption and Environmental Justice in the Boston Region ; Track 14: Intergenerational Justice ; Track 15: Work, Workers and Environmental Justice ; Track 16: Engaged Environmental Justice Research: Doing Post-Normal Science in a Post-Truth Era
Track 1: Thinking the Anthropocene: Conceptual Issues in Environmental Justice ; Track 2: Law, Rights and Environmental Justice ; Track 3: Critical Perspectives on Distributive and Procedural Environmental Justice ; Track 4: Climate Justice ; Track 5: Water Security and Justice ; Track 6: Green Cities, Inclusion, and the Justice of Recognition ; Track 7: Alternatives to Development ; Track 8: Teaching and Learning Environmental Justice ; Track 9: Environmental Justice in China ; Track 10: Indigenous People and Environmental Justice ; Track 11: Moving Past Rhetoric: Incorporating Social Justice Theory and Praxis That Honors, Empowers, and Transforms Research with Underrepresented/Marginalized Communities ; Track 12: Planning for Boulder's Just Transition ; Track 13: Intersecting and Hidden Inequalities ; Track 14: Environmental and Social Justice in Turbulent Times
Restricted to CSU community.
Restricted to CSU community.
For self-submission guidelines see https://lib.colostate.edu/find/csu-digital-repository/how-to-submit/.
CSU-Pueblo's open access, peer-reviewed journal of student research.
Access the Open Textbook Library at https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/
Colorado Council of Medical Librarians newsletter.
Collection of illustrations, portraits, photographs, and other images related to the history of disabilities.
Newsletter of the Midcontinental Chapter of the Medical Library Association.
Newsletter of the Strauss Health Sciences Library, starting in 2007 to current.
Miscellaneous documents from the archives not in other collections.
Photographs of some of Strauss library's medical artifacts.
Coloring book published annually by Strauss Library.
Quarterly newsletter of the Denison Memorial Library, from 1993 to 2002.
Documents about the bills drafted to found the CU hospitals.
PDF archive of the art exhibits at Strauss Library.
Strauss library's digitized rare books.
Videos and slides of presentations on indigenous and integrative medicine.
Documents about the practice of vivisection and animal experimentation.
Newsletter published twice annually by the College of Nursing, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Newsletter published by the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine.
Newsletter published twice a year by the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
NIH's Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Think Tank held December 11, 2014 in Rockville, MD.
Brief monthly electronic newsletter.
Monthly newsletter from 2012-2013, ceased publication.
Historical recording of the minutes from the faculty meetings at the School of Pharmacy.
First newsletter of the School of Pharmacy, precursor to Pharmacy Perspectives.
Semi-annual print newsletter, available in hard copy and electronic formats.
Historical prescription sheets from Denver area pharmacies.
The PhD Post is a peer-written newsletter for postdocs and graduate students.
Between 1973 and 1986, members of the Beth-El Alumni Nurses Association created four scrapbooks documenting the history of the School of Nursing and the Hospital.
Created between 1923 and 1928, these slides were used at informational talks.
Additional information about this project can be found at https://www.decipheringsecrets.com/ The project methodology is described in the article "Spanish Online Resources for Spanish and Latin American History" in the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies Journal of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies https://digitalcommons.asphs.net/bsphs/vol43/iss1/2/
Publications by more than one faculty author.
Photos of Historic Clothing from the Family & Consumer Sciences Department of the University of Wyoming.
Access to these collections is restricted.
Surveys for the State of Wyoming. Project reports published 1980-1984.
Videos and content from the OER symposium held October 2019 at Coe Library.
Videos and content from the OER symposium held October 2018 at Coe Library.
Images of artifacts related to elk culture on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Objects are private until permission has been granted to share.
A repository of publications produced by various agencies in the state of Wyoming.
In order to submit, please log in using your UWYO username and password. The login button is located in the upper right hand corner.
The University of Wyoming Libraries and Advanced Research Computing Center collaboratively offer the UW Data Repository which is designed to be a place for UW researchers to store and share data associated with research publications and funder requirements.
Access is limited to the University Press of Colorado members. Non-members: to purchase books, see https://upcolorado.com/