Founded in 2002, Cushing Library’s Book History Workshop provides an intensive, hands-on introduction to the history of books and printing. The course consists of a unique combination of labs and seminars designed to provide participants with practical experience, as well as a broad historical survey of the field.
Cushing Library and The Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research fund and organize the annual Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Award, which supports projects in the humanities that are based on collections housed in Cushing Library.
Cushing Library and the College of Liberal Arts are sponsoring the Don Kelly Research Collection Fellowship, which covers all aspects of LGBTQ Studies, from history through the visual arts. The fellowship is based on resources within the Don Kelly Research Collection of Gay Literature and Culture housed in Cushing Library.
Cushing Library accepts student interns and practicum students year-round. For information regarding potential internship or practicum opportunities, contact the Director of Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Dr. Francesca Marini.
Your gifts support the University Libraries as they strive to make positive impacts on the research needs of the Texas A&M community and beyond. You may express your support with a gift or by joining the Friends of Sterling C. Evans Library.