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Object-Based Study @ the Yale University Library: Student-Curated Exhibits

Sterling Library student exhibit program overview

The Sterling Memorial Library (SML) offers three opportunities for student curated exhibits. The Robert A. Lawrence exhibit corridor which connect the Nave to the Wall Street entrance of the library has two exhibits annually: Student Research at YUL is a group exhibit that highlights the exceptional research of four students, both undergraduate and graduate, each student is given one case to curate a facsimile exhibit. The Senior Exhibit Project is an opportunity for one student to curate an exhibit in all 5 cases based on their senior essay or final project. The Memorabilia Room is a space available to faculty, graduate students and YUL staff. This space could also be an opportunity for group or class curated exhibit projects. The programming for all spaces is planned 12-16 months in advance of the exhibit opening and all exhibit proposals are reviewed by the SML exhibits committee. 

Student Research @ YUL - Sterling Library Exhibition Corridor

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Yale Library Senior Exhibit Fellowship - Sterling Library Exhibition Corridor