Below is a selection of the initiatives, events, and exhibits to which Mudd Library faculty and staff have contributed through research and/or organizational support.
Fox Cities Book Festival: This yearly book festival often brings diverse authors to local venues, including Lawrence University. A Mudd reference librarian has been on the planning committee for multiple years.
(In)visible: Homelessness in Appleton: The library will host this exhibit.
Latino Americans: 500 Years of History: A series of programming events, including a display in the Mudd Gallery. This project was planned with assistance from the Library Director.
A Stone of Hope: Black Experiences in the Fox Cities: This exhibit, which explores local Black history from the 1700s to the present, was on display in the library and multiple Mudd Librarians assisted in its research and planning.
Women and Identity in Gaming Symposium: The Women and Identity in Gaming Symposium is an event of discussion, panels, and lectures that allows participants an opportunity to explore various aspects of gender and identity in gaming. This event was planned with the assistance of a Mudd Librarian and displays were set up in the library.