The library accommodates a variety of events, receptions, exhibits and displays during the year. Library hosted activities include faculty and student scholar talks, exhibits in multiple display cases located throughout the building, photo exhibits using display panels or easels, academic poster sessions, art exhibits, receptions and much, much more.
Through events and exhibits, the Waidner-Spahr Library enhances the cultural and academic life of the community by illuminating resources and research activity, and promoting scholarship and creative endeavors on campus. The Library Inclusivity Team is responsible for overseeing all events and exhibits held within the library building that promote scholarship, cultural diversity and community.
We invite Dickinson students, faculty, and staff to host or sponsor activities. To make a suggestion for an event or exhibit/display in the library, submit a proposal (form in the column to the right) at least one month prior to proposed activity date. The Library Inclusivity Team will review submitted proposals. If approved, a library events/exhibits liaison will email you to help you finalize your plan.
If you would like to propose an event or exhibit, please be aware of the following:
The following spaces are potential options for exhibits or displays:
The following spaces are potential options for events: