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Workshop on how to apply for NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants

Workshop on how to apply for NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants (DDIG) for up to $15,000 for up to 2 years.Application deadline is November 19, 2010.

Thursday, September 9, 2010, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Marston Science Library, Room 107

Free and open to the public. No registration required.

Target audience is graduate students in:

Bess de Farber, Grants Manager, UF Libraries
Douglas Levey, Ph.D., Professor, Zoology
Bret S. Pasch, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Biology

Lost Item Replacement Policy

This policy and billing cycle is effective as of August 17th, 2009

To ensure that items owned by the Libraries are available to patrons, the Smathers Libraries will attempt to quickly replace each item lost by patrons with an exact copy, an updated edition of the title, or a similar title. The libraries no longer refund replacement costs for items that are returned after replacement copies are ordered. Overdue fines related to lost items are not increasing and are not refundable if the book is subsequently returned. Specific fines and fees are delineated at

The full lost item replacement policy is available at the following page:

5th floor study carrels for science grad students

Now accepting applications for 5th floor study carrels. Applications are available at the Marston Science Library service desk. Study carrels are limited to science graduate students.

Graduate Student Orientations

Come learn about the resources, services, and programs available to you at the UF Libraries. Orientations will cover an introduction to the research library for your area of study including how to access books, article databases, and theses & dissertations. Beyond that we will introduce you to services like interlibrary loan, subject librarians, and citation management tools that will be invaluable to your research.

All sessions are held in Marston Science Library, room 308

Wiley journals have a new home!

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