Advancing
knowledge,
enriching
lives

Advancing
knowledge,
enriching
lives

Learning better together

Your investment in library leaders and innovators will deepen the expertise of librarians and curators, enabling them to connect educators and students with the resources and tools that spark innovation and transform learning.

Learn about library leadership initiatives.

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Advancing health through innovation

Your investment in technology-rich spaces will provide equitable access to the latest technology and educational tools such as virtual reality, 1:Button recording studios, and a fully equipped innovation space.

Learn about advanced technology initiatives.

Give to support health innovation

Building skills to build bright futures

Your investment in early education, student fellowships, and faculty development opportunities will engage new students in the health sciences through applied knowledge projects and advanced technology training.

Learn about skill development initiatives.

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Informing care with lessons from the past

Your investment in our Wangensteen Historical Library supports learners at all levels as they apply knowledge from primary source material to gain essential skills in research, writing, and critical thinking.

More about historical scholarship initiatives.

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Take a look at our new home – opening in 2020!

In 2020, the Health Sciences Education Center will open — becoming one of the most comprehensive interprofessional educational facilities in the country. Our librarians will play a critical role in advancing the Center’s mission, partnering with faculty to educate students, while advancing the wellbeing of Minnesota communities. We invite you to celebrate teaching and learning by investing in the libraries as we partner to prepare the next generation of healthcare providers.

Visit the University Libraries Driven campaign to learn about additional giving opportunities.

For more information, please contact Heather Beaton, Director of Development, University Libraries, at 612-624-8207.