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November 2016

As we enter the holiday season — a time of joy, community, and gratitude — I would like to take a moment to sincerely thank you for the many ways you have supported the UCR Library.

With 2017 fast approaching, we are reminded that we have so much to be grateful for in the past year. Fall alone has been one for the record! Not only did we welcome back over 22,000 students and close to 200 new faculty members to campus, but UCR has gone public with our biggest fundraising initiative yet, “Living the Promise: The Campaign for UC Riverside.”

As our greatest supporters, we would like to share how UCR Library is “Living the Promise.” As part of the comprehensive campaign, the library has come together as a community to define the following priority areas for philanthropic support:

  • Facility enhancements
  • Endowed Librarianships
  • Support for Special and Distinctive Collections
  • Funding to support paid undergraduate and graduate student internships at the UCR Library
  • Foster innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Collaborate campus-wide to establish a Science Fiction Research Center

Every single dollar gifted to the Library makes an impact on the quality of service and overall experience we provide to students, faculty and the research community at large. We hope you know how much we appreciate your support and friendship. If not for your generosity, these areas would just simply be a vision. 

Wishing you a safe and gratitude-filled holiday season!

Sincerely,
University Librarian's signature
Steve Mandeville-Gamble
University Librarian

How UCR Library Is "Living the Promise"

At noon on Thursday, October 13, UC Riverside launched the kick-off for Living the Promise: The  Campaign for UC Riverside at UCR’s iconic bell tower. This comprehensive campaign is the first of its kind... (read more)

Meet Library Student Employees Who Are "Living the Promise": Hayden Jackson

To introduce you to some exceptional young people, the UCR Library will highlight one student employee per quarter.

Hayden Jackson is a third-year Political Science major with a minor in Statistics. He’s also a first-generation university student from Ripon, California and the eldest of three children. (read more)

2016 AACA Board Meeting

The African American Collections Advisory Board held its second Annual Meeting at Raymond L. Orbach Science Library on Saturday, October 22, 2016. (read more)

International Open Access Week 2016

On Tuesday, October 25, 2016, the University of California, Riverside Library hosted International Open Access Week 2016, an event that was part of a global effort called Open Access Week. (read more)

Day of the Dead Program in Rivera Library

On the morning of Thursday, October 27, 2016, a collaboration between UC Riverside and the Smithsonian Latino Center Live Mobile Broadcast series brought a special Dia de Los Muertos themed program to Tomás Rivera Library. (read more)
Nov. 3 - 22: GIS Day Poster Exhibition
Nov. 10: Orange Roots Exhibit Opening Reception
Nov. 19: Orange Roots - UCR Homecoming & Discover Day Tour

View the full listing of upcoming events on our website.

Your gift makes a tremendous difference.


The UCR Library serves the research and teaching needs of the campus and serves Inland Southern California as the regional research library. Through philanthropic support, you help the students, staff, and faculty at UCR make a positive impact on society.

The UC Riverside Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by State and Federal law. 


If you are interested in making a gift to support the UCR Library, please contact Samantha "Sam" Lang at (951) 827-4516 or SamLang@ucr.edu.
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