Nov 2, 2023–Dec 9, 2023 (All Day)
Leo Szilard’s Legacy: Science in the Public Interest | Exhibit
Leo Szilard (1898-1964) was a scientist best known for his pioneering work in nuclear physics, his participation in the Manhattan Project during World War II, and his opposition to the …
Oct 9, 2023–Dec 17, 2023 (All Day)
Shouts from the Walls, Cries from the Classroom: Posters and Drawings of the Spanish Civil War | Exhibit
Propaganda posters constitute some of the most dramatic documents of Spain’s civil war. Drawings made by Spanish children during the war are some of the most poignant. Produced during the …
Sep 15, 2023–Jan 8, 2024 (All Day)
Ravens @ The Nest | Exhibit
This exhibit celebrates the pairs of ravens that nest in the eaves of our iconic Geisel Library. (Can you spot them?) Our Library employees are devoted raven-watchers and avid raven …
Jul 28, 2023–Jan 15, 2024 (All Day)
The Art of Science 2023 | Exhibit
Now in its third year, the Library’s Art of Science contest celebrates the beauty that can emerge during scientific research at UC San Diego and beyond. This year, librarians and …
Oct 9, 2023–Jan 31, 2024 (All Day)
Mundanity of North Korea | Exhibit
How do you perceive North Korea, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea? 2023 marks the 70th anniversary of the Korean War armistice. Over time, media portrayals of North Korean missiles …
Jan 12, 2024–Apr 21, 2024 (All Day)
Ebb and Flow: Giant Kelp Forests through Art, Science and the Archives
San Diego’s coast is home to iconic underwater forests of giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera). Towering 100 feet tall from the ocean’s rocky floor to the surface, they create homes for …
Adhesive Propaganda | Digital Exhibit
The materials featured in this digital exhibit were taken from the holdings of the Southworth Spanish Civil War Collection of the Mandeville Special Collections Library at the University of California, San Diego.
Art of Science 2021 | Digital Exhibit
Data curators work with researchers from a wide range of scientific disciplines as they prepare data for the Library’s Research Data Collections repository. The visually stunning nature of the research data sets they curate inspired the Library’s inaugural Art of Science contest.
Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars | Digital Exhibit
This digital exhibit presents a selection of photos contributed by members of the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars (CCAS) Friendship Delegations that traveled to China in 1971 and 1972.
Early San Diego: On the Edge of Empires | Digital Exhibit
This digital exhibit explores the early roots of San Diego History, from the Spanish conquest, San Diego’s indigenous people, Mexican rule to the discovery of gold.