The Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL) is The University of Texas at Austin's flagship research library serving both campus communities and the greater public, and featuring resources in all subject fields with the strongest holdings in the humanities, social sciences, business and education.
A collection of more than 250,000 maps covering all areas of the world. This collection consists of atlases, travel guides, gazetteers and many types of maps, including United States Geological Survey (USGS), navigational charts, International (World) maps, travel maps and items included in the U.S. Depository Library program.
University undergraduates are engaged in research in libraries and archives, in labs, and in the field. The Images of Research Competition provides any undergraduate doing research at the university the opportunity to share that research with a broad audience across campus and outside of academia. Event Details
For Black History Month 2020, this display uses N.K. Jemisin’s How Long ‘til Black Future Month as a jumping off point to explore black futures in the library collection. Visit the display on the 3rd floor of PCL throughout the month of February to check out these items. Event Details
Through this interactive workshop, participants will explore the concept of resilience as a skill that is necessary for success. Participants will learn about the importance of attitude when facing challenges and setbacks. This workshop is presented by the Leadership and Ethics Institute. Event Details
Through this workshop, participants will explore their social identities by engaging in discussion with their peers. Participants will also learn about the connection between inclusion and empathy as it relates to leadership abilities. This workshop is presented by the Leadership and Ethics Institute. Event Details
Coding can often be intimidating for arts and humanities folks. To alleviate that, this workshop will introduce you to Jupyter Notebook, an open source application that facilitates the writing and sharing of live code through manageable parts. Event Details