Visit the University of Winnipeg Foundation and invest in our Library! The Capital Campaign brochure notes:
"The University of Winnipeg Library is at the heart of our students' academic and research experience. It boasts a significant collection of books, journals and databases, as well as innovative online reference and media services. The Library has developed partnerships with the United Church of Canada, HBC and St. Arseny Institute for sharing resources and providing access to archives. Generous donors have supported everything from book donations to the development of study space such as the Bernice Blazewicz Pitcairn Learning Commons.
Today the University is considering plans to expand the Library's physical space in Centennial Hall by working with the building architect, Lewis Morse, and by developing new ideas to enhance services to students"
Posted by hunt-k at November 28, 2007 4:32 PM
Lewis Morse beside photograph of Centennial Hall as it appeared on the cover of Progressive Architecture when Centennial Hall was opened in 1972. For more information on the significance of Centennial Hall, check out Winnipeg Modern Architecture edited by Serena Keshavjee, NA 747 W5W46 2006