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Today's Hours

  • Biomedical Library Bldg.
  • Geisel Library Building
  • East Commons (Overnight)

A Book Talk & Discussion with Professor Benjamin Bergen

Join us as UC San Diego Cognitive Scientist Benjamin Bergen discusses findings from his recent book, "What the F," and explains how swearing has the unique ability to reveal things about brain function, human evolution, and social cognition.


“Chicano Park” Film Screening

Join us on Monday, May 1 from 12-1pm in the Seuss Room for a screening of “Chicano Park.” This documentary traces the history of the Chicano community of Logan Heights, highlighting the artists and community organizers who resisted the encroachment of urban development in the 1960s.


Honoring University Librarian Brian Schottlaender

Join us in honoring Brian Schottlaender's bold vision and leadership. As University Librarian, Brian Schottlaender has personified the university’s innovative, unconventional spirit, with passion, commitment, and resilience.


We Want to Hear From You! Library Study Room Survey

Students, please take two minutes to participate in this short survey to help us learn how you use the Library’s online group study room reservation system. Your feedback will be used to make improvements to the system that better fit your needs.


Exhibition on Display in Geisel Through May 2017

Plein air artist Tsuyoshi “Mat” Matsumoto’s sketch books and drawings of the magnificent Torrey pines—the world’s rarest pine tree—at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve will be exhibited on the main (2nd) floor of Geisel Library through May 2017.


The Knovel Academic Challenge Is Back for Spring

Compete against students from universities around the world as you answer real-life engineering and science problem-sets for prizes. Registration is free. Click 'More' to get started.


Robert Glasheen Photograph Collection

Explore this distinguished photographer’s collection, which offers a narrative of student’s feelings about the ever-changing campus climate at UC San Diego in the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s, as well as their reactions to pivotal moments throughout history.