Thank you for supporting the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library. Every gift is critical to achieving our vision of maintaining the library as a hub for scholarship and creative activity at the University of Montana.Interim Dean Barry Brown
Campaign Montana gifts allowed us to purchase and maintain display cases used to host a variety of monthly lectures and presentations. Lectures presented highlighted a range of topics, including data during the 2019 Endangered Data Week. Library outreach at the 51st Annual Kyoto Pow Wow highlighted photos, books and resources from the library’s collection about Indigenous Peoples. Donor support also enabled us to provide resources like Native Teaching Aids for Indigenous languages, cultures and histories to promote culture and linguistic immersion.
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We’ve achieved so much during Campaign Montana.
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Since 1895, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library has been the hub for student engagement and enrichment at UM. Thanks to the generosity of donors, 125 years later, the library continues to support students’ informational, educational and cultural development as global citizens. As the heart of the University’s intellectual pursuits, the library provides invaluable services, instruction, collections and programming; serves as a catalyst for the creation of knowledge; and enriches and transforms lives. During the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, online library resources have become essential to allow faculty, staff and students to work and learn remotely. We thank you for helping us adapt as we continue to promote student success and serve our community.