3D Printer Training - Science Library Makerspace

The Science Library Makerspace offers weekly training sessions to learn 3D Printing. Instruction sessions are open to all UGA students, staff, and faculty, are one-hour, hands-on, small - two learners to one instructor - and geared to novices. Participants learn how use the software and hardware for the MakerBot Replicator 3D Printer, as well as locate, customize, and print a 3D model. After successful completion of the training, participants are able to reserve time and work independently with the MakerBot 3D Printers in the Science Library Makerspace.  

Behind the scenes on Broadway

Ward Morehouse III and Katherine Boynton, will talk about behind the scenes on Broadway and inside some of the world’s most lavish hotels at the UGA Libraries Feb. 21.

Ward Morehouse III is a columnist, a playwright, a TV host, sometime critic and an author. His book, Broadway After Dark: A Father and Son Cover 100 Years of Broadway, is a portrait of some of the greats and near-greats of the New York theater.

"I wrote that one, too...."

Steve Dorff, a member of UGA Class of ’71 and award-winning songwriter, will talk about his career Feb. 15.

Dorff, who has written songs for Barbara Streisand, Whitney Houston, Willie Nelson and more, will discuss his new book, “I Wrote That One, Too…: A Life In Songwriting from Willie to Whitney,” and will treat guests to a few  selected songs.

The program begins 5:30 p.m. in the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries. A reception and book signing will follow.

Please RSVP by Feb. 8th to Leandra Nessel at or (706) 542-3879

Lunch & Learn: Polarization in Congress

This spring join the Richard B. Russell Library for Civic Knowledge, Civic Power, a weekly lunch and learn series focused on developing a better understanding of Congress. On Tuesday, April 24th Dr. Michael Lynch and Dr. Anthony Madonna from the UGA Department of Political Science will speak about polarization in Congress. The program will take places in Room 277 of the Special Collections Building from 12:30-1:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.