What's New at McDermott Library?
Winter 2012

New Digital Projects Librarian Dr. Allen Clayton to Nurture UT Dallas’ Legacy in "Treasures"

New Digital Projects Librarian Allan Clayton to Nurture UT Dallas' Legacy in Treasures  

Longtime UT Dallas employee Allen Clayton has moved from Callier Library to McDermott Library to head a digital repository.

"Presence on the web doesn’t necessarily translate into preservation of items with historical value," he says.


Lecture on Tuskegee Flyers

University of North Texas professor J. Todd Moye will discuss his book, Freedom Flyers: The Tuskegee Airmen of World War II, at McDermott Library on March 20. Read more...


As UT Dallas’ 50th Anniversary Approaches, Library Hires School’s First University Archivist

Ty Lovelady has joined McDermott Library as the first University Archivist in school history.

"You have to decide whether or not you are keeping a document for its intrinsic value or for the information it provides," he says.

UT Dallas' 50th Anniversary Approaches, Library Hires School's first University Archivist

The Vault

H.T. Peck

H.T. Peck was a Columbia University Latin professor and a forceful oracle in New York literary circles before being dismissed amidst an alleged love scandal. Our Peck book is from the Ludwig Michael Collection. Read more...


McDermott Hosts
Regional Librarians


McDermott Library welcomed 38 academic librarians for the North Texas Library Assessment Meeting. Read more...


Two Employees Retire After 70 Years


The library bid farewell to Vickie Bullock and Tiah Lambert who retired after 70 years of service.




More news about what is happening at McDermott and Callier Libraries. Read more...

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