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ARCHITECTURE LIBRARY ART LIBRARY ENGINEERING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES LIBRARY HORNBAKE LIBRARY MCKELDIN LIBRARY MICHELLE SMITH PERFORMING ARTS LIBRARY P R I D D Y L I B R A R Y AT S H A D Y G R O V E WHITE MEMORIAL CHEMISTRY LIBRARY


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hen you think of libraries, chances are you think of books. The number, diversity and availability of books has long been the measure of a great academic research library. But as the needs of students and faculty change, so do libraries. We now provide an increasing array of services and tools to support teaching, learning and research. Librarians offer expertise in areas ranging from digital publishing to data visualization. We build communities that allow research to flourish. We provide spaces that allow students to accomplish their work. Books continue to define us, and they are more widely available now than ever before. And yet: we are so much more.

Patricia A. Steele, Dean of Libraries pasteele@umd.edu


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tudents and faculty of every major or discipline are accessing tools to explore, create and innovate. LUKE JOHNSTON, a sophomore studying mechanical engineering, has turned his interest in 3-D printing into an outlet for social good. He volunteers for E-nabling the Future,

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an international volunteer organization that

emerging areas such as data management, statistics and GIS support the diverse research needs of faculty and students.

creates prosthetic hands for children. Johnston demonstrates to sophomore Hannah Willetts a mechanical hand he created using a 3-D printer,

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as she records a video of it with Google Glass.

equipment loan program continues to expand its impact with high-end DSLR and GoPro camcorders.

Opened in September 2014, the John and Stella

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these tools to students of all majors. The space is

and chargers are in high demand and now available in some branch libraries.

offered jointly by the University Libraries and the

Graves MakerSpace in McKeldin Library provides

Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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People think of 3-D printing as something out of Star Trek. The MakerSpace makes it more accessible and shows that it can help people in a usable and understandable way.

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e work hard to give students and faculty access to the information they need, no matter what.

1 MORE THAN 110 million n books are now available from Big Ten libraries, thanks to the interlibrary loan service known as UBorrow. 2 HUMAN CAPITAL n remains our greatest investment.

CHARMAINE WILSON-JONES,

3 EXPENDITURES n support the current and future curriculum and research enterprise of the university. They also reflect faculty demand and the transition of academic and scholarly publishing.  We spend much more on digital resources than print, consistent with previous years and national trends.

like so many other students, feels the

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freely available on the Web. Faculty

campus courses with the highest enrollment are now available for students to borrow.

can now find hundreds of open-source

burden of the high cost of textbooks. A scholarship student herself, she is also Vice President of Academic Affairs for the Student Government Association. Librarians advocate for the use of openaccess textbooks and education resources,

textbooks and educational materials curated by librarians.

5 A CAMPUSWIDE n fund initiated by the University Libraries now incentivize faculty to publish their research in open-access journals.

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Collections Equipment & Software Storage Other Operating Costs Salaries & Wages

$ 11,273,726 991,445 234,739 2,248,616 12,323,260


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It’s my job to ensure that students have what they need to be successful. I’m not doing that if I’m not championing textbook affordability.

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FY 2014 EXPENDITURES: BOOKS & JOURNALS Journals $816,162 Books $701,411 E-journals $5,550,510 E-Books $483,648 $1M

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nvironments can foster interaction, promote learning and inspire important work.

SPACES SUPPORT LEARNING. This newly equipped instruction room in the 1 PLANNING for the n

Engineering and Physical Sciences Library

Library Media Commons advanced and the unit began offering workshops in multimedia production.

has tables and chairs that can be easily

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in-class use.

reconfigured to accommodate group work, a rolling oversized monitor, and laptops for

and faculty engaged with librarians to propose new models for the Art Library and Architecture Library.

Alex Carroll, librarian for agriculture and natural resources, knows that good outreach

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addresses a need. That’s why librarians like

spaces where they can work independently or together — or both at the same time.

Alex work with faculty to teach students how to use and evaluate information resources

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and to integrate this instruction within the

people stream into McKeldin Library on an average day.

curriculum. The goal, he says, is to increase student success. “We help students unlock

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their curiosity for learning.”

areas such as this fifth-floor lounge in McKeldin Library provide spaces students need to get their work done. 1 n

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We’re helping educate a better-informed citizenry. We’re producing students who, when they see a news story, will evaluate the sources and ask questions.

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ollections prized for their rarity or format distinguish the university and make Maryland Maryland.

1 A NEW WEBSITE n launched by university scholars extends an ongoing effort to digitize and make freely accessible the university’s collection of rare historic French pamphlets. 2 NEH AWARDED n $290,000 to digitize more historic Maryland newspapers. 3 AN EXHIBIT in Hornbake n

UNIVERSITY ARCHIVIST Anne Turkos,

Library highlighting Bladensburg, Maryland, site of an historic battle with the British, was part of region’s celebration of the War of 1812.

center, has funded an endowment with a sevenfigure gift to support graduate assistantships in her unit. It’s the first such gift on campus and a way for her to ensure one of the most

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meaningful aspects of her work—mentoring

50th anniversary of the International Piano Archives at Maryland.

students—continues far into the future.

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Jason Speck and Gail Rupert, former graduate

ship with the Library of American Broadcasting will increase visibility of this rich resource.

assistants at the University Archives, have benefited from that mentorship and now work at the university. The three show off archival

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items in Turkos’ office, filled with her personal

efforts make special collec­ tions broadly available. Since 2012, we have digitized more than 314,000 pages and images and 4,300 hours of audio and video materials. 1 n

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e are partners in ways that are mutually enriching. Together we do more.

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membership in the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (Big Ten), leverages purchasing power to acquire new resources, including many related to the STEM disciplines, worth nearly $2 million if purchased independently.

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2 THE GRADUATE Writing n Center formally opened in McKeldin Library, showcasing a continuing partnership with the Graduate School.

knows that libraries today are part

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partnering with others.

of an interrelated network that can serve their communities only by

some of the nation’s leading university libraries is creating an open-source, communitybased library software system known as Kuali OLE. Maryland is a founding member.

Communities take many forms, from the students who study together for motivation to the international partnerships that help libraries accomplish their

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T H E

F O U N D E R S

Franklin E., Jr. ‘67 and Barbara Angier ‘67

Ralph M. Hamaker ‘53

L E G AC Y

C I R C L E

Margery Morgan Lowens*

Roy and Carol Thomas

Lee Luvisi

Donald R. Brown

James ‘59, ‘66 and Mary G. Holland

Anne S. K. Turkos

Jackson R. Bryer

Janice L. Flug ‘75

Steven L. Permut ‘74

Bruce D. and Geraldine L. Wilson ‘76

John F. Cahill

Marlyn B. Lemon ‘73

James A. Ruckert ‘53

Edmund Witkowski

Patricia A. Leppert ‘79

Vernon R. Tate, Sr. ‘61

We invite you to learn about the Founders Legacy Circle, which recognizes individuals who support the University of Maryland through bequests, planned gifts, gifts of property, and other assets. For information, please contact the Office of Gift Planning at www.giftplanning.umd.edu, (866) 646-4UMD, or giftplanning@umd.edu. Inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

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THE NAMES on the following pages represent a year of progress and innovation at the University of Maryland Libraries. The individuals listed in this report have made a donation that helps us provide services, environments, and collections that support every student at the univer足 sity. Each gift is important and greatly appreciated. This list recognizes all donors to the University of Maryland Libraries from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. To add your support, please visit us at http://ter.ps/makeagift or call us at 301.314.5674. While every effort is made to ensure accuracy, errors do sometimes occur. In that event, please notify Heather Foss, Director of Development, at 301.314.2579.

G I F T S TO T H E FISCAL YEAR 2014

L I B R A R I E S

(July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014)

TOTAL DONORS by Fiscal Year 860

820

780

854

UNIQUE DONORS including

740

275 new or first-time

2012

2013

2014

DISTRIBUTION OF GIFTS TOTAL GIFTS by Fiscal Year

$2 Million

Gifts in Kind

$ 756,989

Planned Gifts

482,018

Friends of the Libraries

47,711

Other Gifts and Pledges

906,157

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2013

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TOTAL GIFTS $ 2,192,875


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Dorothea V. Abbott ‘91 Frank A. Absher Irving and Angela B. Adler The Honorable Arthur M. Ahalt, Jr.’64 Louis C. Ahanotu June S. Ailin Sewell ‘76, ‘77 and Scott Sewell Diana G. Akers ‘75 Linda J. Allen Gary C. Allentuck

Bruce S. and Fredericka N. Berger

Edward A. ‘54 and Joyce Bartlett Charron

Joseph T. and Susan A. Bergstrom

Cynthia R. Chase

Rosemarie DeDonato ‘73, ‘75

David H. and Mary S. Bernheisel ‘63, ‘83

Nishi Chawla

Thomas J. DeLio

Alexander Chernov and Victoria Chernova

Katherine DeLong

Angela M. Chu ‘90

Eileen S. DeMarco

William Berz John A. Bigbee ‘63 Neal Edward Blair ‘75 and Sarah M. Pritchard ‘75 Andrew Bodiford ‘14

Anna C. Allison

Raymond O. and Heather H. Bodiford

Melvyn R. and Toby L. Altman

Diane L. Boehr ‘83

Ruth M. ‘77,’80,’90 and Roy D. Alvarez Diba Naureen Alvi ‘08 Mahyar Amirsaleh Edward P. Anania Clinton G. Anderson ‘81 Hilary E. Anderson ‘92 Franklin E. Jr. ‘67 and Barbara H. Angier ‘67

Joyce M. Dorn ‘78

Kevin D. Borneman ‘02

Dolores W. Conger ‘78

Karen H. Dowling ‘75

Kenneth O. Boulton ‘86, ‘97 and JoAnne E. Barry ‘89

James J. Conners ‘86

Edward M. ‘52 and Loretta Downey

Sarah R. Bourne ‘57, ‘76

Brian J. Conroy Mary K. Cook ‘71

Wallace E. Downey, Jr. ‘58

Sharon R. Cook ‘74

Kathleen M. and Charles F. Downs II ‘68,’75

Frederic Bowen Kimberley J. Boyd ‘74

Virginia M. Brosnan Hazelett ‘76

Robert J. Brennan ‘92, ‘94

Linda M. Browdy ‘80

David A. and Barbara B. Aughenbaugh

Felicity Ann Brown

Drury G. Bagwell, Jr.

Phillipa Butler Brown

Howell S. Baum Gene Lee Baxter James Baxter James M. Baxter Svetla Baykoucheva Lynn R. Bayley Christine A. Beard ‘71 Scott N. ‘95 and Amy Beatty ‘96 Walter Wolfe Beckerman ‘74

Lauren R. Brown The Honorable Josef B. ‘57 and Gloria G. Brown ‘93 Peter H. and Judith B. Brown ‘81 Estate of Louise Este Bruce Jackson R. Bryer Christopher Buchanan Nancy Wilkerson Buck ‘55 Francis Buckley Pinny and Shelley Bulman Todd S. Burroughs ‘94, ‘01 Deborah Byrd Mary K. Cain M. Clarke Calyer ‘61 Arch Campbell Anna Limar Campos ‘72 Carroll A. Carter ‘89 Eric S. Cartier

Tina L. Coplan David R. Cornblath Marianne Allen Corradi ‘54 Patricia Cortes-Ortiz Elisabeth V. Courtner ‘82 Patricia Jeanne Cowan Karen S. Cowden ‘07 Karen Wantuch Cowell ‘73, ‘96

Jane L. Donawerth

Bryan L. Draper Lindsay M. Droll ‘12 Edward A. Duffy ‘81 Gina Genova Duffy Rebecca W. Dukes Paul M. Eckert ‘51 Jamyung A. Edwards Jane O. Edwards ‘79,’80

Richard ‘75 and Caren Cowhig ‘75

Gunes N. Ege

Robert C. Craig

Barry Eigen

Reverend David J. Crowley ‘75

Ronit Eisenbach

Ernesto Cuesta ‘71

Karen M. Eggert ‘84

Jay S. Elvove ‘83,’86

Lyn K. Culver

Wilder Escobar and Reid Evans

Mary L. Cumberpatch ‘99

Jose T. Esponosa-Jacome

Jean Trawick Curtis ‘71

Estate of Dr. Donald E. McGinnis

Bruce B. Cwalina ‘74 Dieter Czerny Victor J. Daidone ‘88 Mary D. Dalto ‘73 John H. Dammeyer ‘54 Erland Zygmuntowicz and Elizabeth A. Danforth Robert Steven Daniel and Beth Ann Daniel

Kathryn F. ‘76,’79 and Tibor J. Eszeki Jon E. ‘84,’88 and Alexandra Leavitt Evans ‘84 Karlie L. Everett ‘88 Joseph Fainberg Elizabeth Falloon ‘77 Patricia H. Farr ‘80

Georgia Mangos Darras

Susan S. Farr

Nancy F. Daugherty ‘68

Helmuts and Elizabeth Feifs

Liz Castro

John Robert Davis ‘99 Carolyn B. Davis

Peter Beicken

Andrea D. Castrogiovanni ‘94, ‘01

Patricia A. Davis ‘78, ‘80

Ronald B. Benjamin’ 73

Tammy D. Cavin ‘88

Judy Dawes

Lawrence Bensky

Susanne Cerrelli ‘85

Maria Aguilar de Ancos ‘77

Jerry Berg

Marc and Janice B. Chapdelaine

Donald L. ‘90 and Julie D. Deardorff

George W. Jr. ‘63 and Linda D. Beechener ‘68

Inez E. Dinwoodie ‘94

Patrick A. Condray ‘61, ‘72

Karyl R. Arnold

Dianne P. Battle ‘74

Don W. and Gina Denny

Louis ‘67 and Carol L. Borbi

Charles E. Brodine, Jr.

Alexander M. Bastow ‘10

Jane K. Demouy ‘78

Michael J. Donaghue ‘71

Brian L. Armstead ‘80

Eric Bartheld

Kathleen Walsh Clark ‘70 and Stephen P. Clark

Alex Demers

Steven M. Bookman ‘07

Susan R. Bretz

Joseph Augustus Jr. ‘72 and Ruth Kahl Barrett

Tamar ‘98 and David Chute

Lynn A. DeMeester ‘67

Kathleen A. Dolan ‘73

Caroline Arlington

Gregory Barrett

Susan Smith Church ‘86

Priscilla E. DeLong ‘88

Faye F. ‘51 and Sheldon S. Cohen

Karen Kohn Bradley

Ronald Anthony Baraloto ‘66,’69

Yijen Lin and Arlene W. Chun

Carol D. DeCatur

Suzanne F. Clewell ‘79, ‘81

James D. Bolle

William C. ‘85 and Lisa K. Arbelaez

George H. ‘51, ‘54 and Elizabeth Arscott

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Richard J. Feldman ‘73 Elizabeth M. Fellows ‘54, ‘67 Carol Fendler ‘77 V. Raymond Ferrara ‘70 Miriam L. Ferrell

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Henry J. Ferry

Susan E. Gunnells ‘82

Raymond W. Humphrey ‘80

Sue Baughman ‘81

Henry Ferry

Ted R. Gurr

Jeffrey M. Hunt

Yeo-Hee Koh ‘72

Carolyn Headlee Fichtel ‘65

Dennis M. ‘68,’72 and Carolyn S. Gurtz ‘70

Sandra Hupp ‘67

Victor and Joan S. Korenman

David W. Guth ‘73

John A. Hutchins, Jr. ‘57,’65

Helen M. Koste ‘70

Richard N. ‘61 and Maria Hykes

Joseph R. Kraus ‘95 Mollee Coppel Kruger ‘50

Regina Igel

Jeanne R. Kuller ‘49

Don Irwin

Rose Marie Kushmeider ‘78,’80

Ellie H. Fields ‘49 Joseph M. Finn ‘69 Gerald F. Fischbach Mary Ellen Fise ‘77 Michael E. Fisher Dina T. Fleming ‘75, ‘78 Peggy Fleming Janice L. Flug ‘75 Thomas J. Flynn Huei-Tsi S. Ford

Michael Habermann Timothy A. Hackman ‘02, ‘06 Francis R. Hagan, Jr. ‘57 Barbara Haggh-Huglo Muhiuddin Haider Grace Halifax Ralph M. Hamaker ‘53

Bonnie J. Hurley ‘71, ‘93

Carleton L. Jackson ‘72,’77 Meridel M. Jackson Malin L. Jacobs Theodore A. Jacobson

Michael J. and Nancy I. Lacy Culver S. Ladd ‘53

Christian S. ‘03 and Jill R. James ‘04

Dorian A. LaFond and Anestine TheophileLaFond

Bayly E. Janson-LaPalme ‘79

Peter N. Sterrett and Linette M. Landa

Eldon Janzen

Marilynn M. Larew ‘78

Robert M. Haskey ‘58

Thomas P. Jedele

Margaret B. Larsen

Warren and Janet Hawthorne

James B. Johnston ‘66

Camille A. Larson ‘96

Bobby Jones

Robert K. Headley, Jr.

Ruth E. Jones

Raymond and Michele LaVerghetta

Robert K. Headley

Nancy S. Kader ‘05

Connie Lawn

James T. Henderson ‘70,’72

Dolores H. Kaisler ‘81

Samuel A. Lawrence

Janette L. Hendricks ‘78

Brian Douglas Kajutti ‘71

Linda R. ‘90,’96 and David H. Freeman

Stephen Henry

Avshalom and Amanda Kalichstein

Merrill E. ‘75 and Vickie Layton ‘75

Robyn Fry

Paul W. Henry

Michael C. Fu

Juanita M. Hepler ‘68

William J. ‘84 and Jill A. Gaebl ‘82

Paul S. Herrnson

Gustavo Garcia

Steven P. Hirsch and Elizabeth F. Blevins

Harold F. Ford ‘60 Jonathan T. Ford, Sr. ‘62 The Honorable Jennie M. Forehand Richard Forman Heather M. Foss Jill M. and David R. Fosse Robert E. Foster Francis B. Francois Michael Freedman Charles ‘62 and Beverly Freeland

Robert C. Garner ‘06,’11 John V. Garnett ‘90

John S. Hanson ‘93 Janet L. Hargett ‘65 Emory A. Harman, Jr. Richard D. Harrington Dennis Hart

Kathleen Henry

Patricia J. Herron

Jack Kamerman Laveen N. Kanal Jonathan S. Kang Thomas H. Kang Barbara Jo Karen ‘68 Pankaj R. ‘89 and Sujata P. Karnik

Rick Garofalo

Josephine P. Hochheimer ‘52

Edward L. Jr. ‘64 and Edith Gates ‘73,’79,’84

Richard D. Hodge ‘76

Rose J. Katen

David H. Hofstad

Stanley H. Katz ‘71

Donna M. Gawryck

Sallie L. Holder ‘62

Amrita Jit Kaur

Linda M. Gaylor ‘71

James ‘59, ‘66 and Mary G. Holland

Ronald J. Kazmierczak

Pamela Spencer Holley ‘73

Geraldine S. Keipe ‘71

V. Lynn Gera ‘83 Philip C. Geraci ‘53 William Gilcher Allen H. Ginsberg George Glotzbach Donald G. Godfrey Juana C. Godinez J. Douglas Gomery Fidel Enrique Gonzalez Azeem H. Gopalani ‘09

Ryan E. Holmberg Richard H. Jr. ‘65 and Judith A. Holmes Thomas C. Holtz

Daniel Karr

Marilyn M. Keesing Charles M. Kelley ‘80,’84 Clifford M. ‘54 and Camille E. Kendall

Chang-Tao Lee ‘84 Hyunok Lee ‘86 and Daniel A. Sumner Scott R. Leffler ‘90 Beverly Sue Lehrer ‘72,’90 Andres Lema-Hincapie Barry L. ‘80 and Rachel O. Leslie Daniel W. Leubecker, III ‘71 Christine A. Levine ‘84 Alan F. Lewis Ivan Lieber ‘85 Katharine R. Lillie ‘72,’75 Jill A. Lion Carroll T. Lisle ‘56,’69 Alice M. Litwinowicz ‘77 Kathleen G. Lolich ‘82 Richard J. Lolich Sharon Longley

William A. Hook ‘53, ‘56, ‘65

Massoud Moussavi and Evelyn Kennedy

Norma R. Hooks

Angela D. Kerr

W. Bernard Lukenbill

Jeffrey Horlick ‘67

Jay F. Kimball ‘97

Joel K. Horwich

Edward W. ‘65 and Mary Kirk

John M. and Geraldine M. Lyons

Yelena Luckert

Linda Mabbs

Barry P. Gossett ‘62

Joseph A. Behun, Jr. ‘73 and Peggy A. Hosey Behun ‘70

John C. Graybeal ‘50, ‘62

Sondra Wieland Howe

Cathy D. Knepper ‘93

Gayle P. Gregg ‘95

Irene Howland

Jennie L. Knies ‘94,’96

Estate of Gordon S. Mackenzie

Harriet Gross

Frank M. Hudson

Kenji Kobayashi

Margaret M. Maguire ‘72

Helen M. Gryboski ‘71

Ronald W. Huffman

Liesl J. Koch ‘81

George P. Majeska

Joseph R. and Evelyn Guerci

Susan E. Hughen

James I. Koenig and Myra

Louise Mangos Mamalakis

Timothy W. Gordon ‘66

Arlene F. ‘76 and A. James Klair

Virginia B. MacEwen ‘83 Daniel C. Mack


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Mary K. Mannix ‘94

David M. Narrow

Estate of Paul Porter, Jr.

Judy Scharf

Steven A. Mansbach

James E. Nealis ‘79,’80

Marcia L. Posner ‘88

Thomas C. Schelling

Karla Mantilla

Antoinette C. Negro

Joseph R.’53,’62 and Jean W. Marches

Graciela P. Nemes ‘49,’52

Dolores S. Powell-Phillips ‘77

Larry and Dorothy Schonfeld

John E. Prevar ‘68

Vera Mae E. Schultz ‘63,’72

Catherine Prince

Louise M. Schutz ‘49

Rosemary F. Prola ‘71,’06

John A. ‘55, ‘80 and Judith M. Schuyler

Julie A. Marcus ‘79 Michael L. Mark Andrey Marra

Umberto Neri Howard L. Newhouse ‘57 Daniel Nguyen

Robert C. Provine

George W. Martin

Nicholas C. ‘52 and Linda L. Nicholas

Elizabeth J. Mason ‘13

Yutaka Nishiyama

Juan Carlos QuinteroHerencia

Mary P. Mathews ‘68

Joseph E. Jr. ‘58 and Elizabeth R. Noonan

Scott D. Rabinow ‘81,’84 Martha Anne Ragan ‘73

Andrea D. Norris

Evelyn A. Rakow ‘53,’76

Vincent J. ‘94, ‘98 and Elizabeth A. Novara ‘05

Steven T. Ratino ‘89

Mark F. O’Dea ‘78

Leon Reed

Michael Henry ‘11 and M. Marie Maxwell ‘99 William R. Mayer Marlene J. Mayo and H. Eleanor Kerkham Susan K. McAllister

Cary O’Dell

Sophia J. McArdle ‘80

Paul F. ‘73 and Edith M. O’Donnell ‘72

Rosemary L. McCloskey ‘57 Douglas P. McElrath ‘84 Donald E. McGinnis

George G. Miller, Jr. ‘79 Gerald R. Miller Thomas B. Miller ‘77 Wayne R. Miller ‘67,’73

Jean A. Sharland ‘69 Roney T. Shawe ‘53

Warren W. Rhoads

Dorothea L. Shellow ‘66

Jane H. Richards Judith H. Ricker ‘75

Benjamin F. Sheppard, Jr. ‘58

David and Heidi Anne Onkst

Edward M. Rider ‘47

Patricia M. Sherlock ‘72

William L. Rigoli ‘47

Robert Sherman

David M. and Glenna D. Osnos ‘80

David Rivard

Judith L. Shiffers

Kristy N. Robb

Cynthia W. Shockley ‘81

Alice Mae Robinson ‘72

James A. Shoemaker ‘56

Saul Rockman

Sonya E. Shooshan ‘95

Carol L. Rogers ‘98

Carole E. Shorb ‘68

Francis R. and Mrs. Maria C. Romero

M. Paul Shore ‘92

Meriam L. Rosen ‘66

Bipin Shrestha ‘05

Jonathan M. Rosenberg

Lisa Shuggs

Michael B. Rosenzweig ‘65,’70,’74

Jack Shulimson ‘91

Darlene M. Olson ‘77,’85

David G. Ottalini ‘11 Frank D. and Gabrielle L. Page Robert K. and Margaret J. Painter

Angela B. Miotto ‘85

Gregory S. Pavlakis ‘75

Harriet Mogge

Katharine A. Pawelko ‘94

Lynne Mogilensky ‘06

Perry J. Pepper ‘77

Jean-Paul C. Montagnier

Steven L. Permut ‘74

David C. Montgomery

Lowell W. Perry

Leslie S. Montroll ‘72 Charles A. Moore

William S. and Sylvia Holton Peterson

Virginia Moore ‘70

Juanita J. Peterson ‘77

Max Morath

Sylvia Petrie

Constance A. Morella

Daniel A. Pfister ‘12

Barry M. ‘83 and Carole Z. Rubin

Mark S. Morrison

Harriette L. Phelps

Deborah A. Rudy ‘73

Douglas A. Moses ‘81

Sara Elaine Phillips

Jim Saah

Lawrence K. Moss

Virginia Phillips

Laura Reilly Salmon ‘86

Barbara Mujica

Jean P. Piske ‘56

Yoshinari Mukai

Lynn T. Pittenger ‘70

Jeanne Tremonti Salvado ‘97

Krishnendu Mukhopadhyay and Sangeeta Bhattacharya

Karen S. Pitts ‘75

James R. Myers ‘65 Patricia E. Myers ‘65

William H. Sewell ‘63

Hollis W. Renfrew

Anne Paolucci

Linda G. Murphy

Elaine L. Selby ‘87

Eunice C. Shanks ‘50

Wendy J. ‘79 and Robert Anthony Miller

Irene Munster

Isadore Seeman

Allan J. Reiter

Clopper Olmon

James E. and Pamela A. O’Neal

David C. Miller ‘95, ‘00

Mark Sebastian

*Bennett Reimer

Laurel W. Oliver ‘73,’74

Terry M. McNeill

James C. Miller, II ‘72

Antoinette G. Sebastian ‘76,’99,’08

Paul A. Shackel and Barbara J. Little

Carl P. Olson ‘92

Jeannette F. Mickey ‘70

Charles A. Reiher

Margaret S. Sears ‘67,’70,’92

C. William Reilly, III ‘73

Theodore and Courtney J. McKeldin Gregory Stephen Metcalf ‘93

Therese Casadesus Rawson

Nancy B. and Kenneth L. Schwartz

James Parish

David V. Pizzi ‘00 Doris Plummer Mary W. Poole Hedi Pope Charles B. and Peggy K. Porter

Deborah M. Ross ‘99 Susanna Rowe The Honorable Ida G. Ruben Richard M. ‘77 and Ellen S. Rubin ‘72

Jeannette K. Sanderson ‘76

Patricia R. Shrack ‘91

Frank J. Shulman Emmaline E. Silverman ‘13 Carolyn S. ‘95 and Jeffrey D. Silvey Robert M. Simpson Madhu M. Singh ‘13 Satinder P. and Paramjeet K. Singh Ilene J. Sinsky Solomon ‘66 Jon A. Sjogren John G. Smale Jr. ‘78, ‘85 and Joanne Guna Smale ‘00 Albert Harrison Small, Sr.

Boden C. Sandstrom ‘02

Joanne M. Smith ‘75 and Miles Drake

Boyd Sarratt

Matt Smolsky

Kurt Sayenga

Carol ‘85 and Alan Sokolski

Terry Ann Sayler

Saul Sosnowski

Ray Scannell

Richard E. Spear

John M. Schalow

Jason G. Speck ‘09

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Adam Spellman

Margaret C. Tessier ‘96

Alan K. Virta ‘73,’74

Janet L. Spikes ‘99

Marsha S. Thompson ‘85

Mikhail Volchok

Mike Spring

Jerry J. Thornbery ‘77

Margaret Ann Wade

Steven C. ‘80 and Cheryl Sprinkle

Cheryl Thurber

Dawn A. Walker

Albert Squillace

Charles Timbrell ‘76

Frances W. Walker ‘54

Geeta N. Tirumalai ‘92

Richard E. Walker

Elizabeth M. Tobey ‘97,’05

Sam Walker ‘71,’74

Carl L. Todd

Karl A. Warner ‘76

Candace J. Tomkiel ‘09

Anne W. Warren

Gretchen S. Wright ‘85

Susan Tomkiel

Edmund and Leslie L. Washuta

Preston Wright Lucy Wyatt ‘76

Amy Wasserstrom

Taketoshi Yamamoto

Bruce Weber ‘64

Yukino Yamamoto

Minghui Wei and Xiang Wang

Jie Yang

Sherrie L. Weinstein ‘75

S. Derryl York ‘67,’69,’70

Susan Stamberg Irwin Starr Patricia A. and Charles N. Steele Arne Steinberg ‘67 Christopher Sterling George F. Sterman ‘74 and Elise R. Frank

Robert G. Tonucci David A. Trace ‘84 Regina Tracy

Aaron Stern

Mary K. Traver

Yaron M. Sternberg

Ronald J. Troppoli and Donna L. Kurc

Thomas A. Stetz Susan G. Stewart ‘69 Joan D. Stipetic ‘70,’76 Todd D. Stoffer Sally Stokes

Randi Lea Trzesinski ‘03,’08 James B. Tucker Anne S. K. Turkos Alan J. Turnbull, II

Susan A. Weinstein ‘81,’87 Jean S. and Paul E. Weitzel Penny A. Welbourne ‘70,’73 Gunther Wertheimer

Pamela Wilson Quin ‘69 and Paul Quin William G. Wilson Barbara B. Wing ‘80 John Winslow Calhoun Winton Ted Wojtasik Susan M. Woodcock ‘73

Huiwen ‘95 and Long P. Yao Laura Youens Frank R. M. Young ‘72 Deborah A. Yow Jessica Erin Zadjura ‘07

Jane L. Twomey ‘98

Andrea J. White

Edward S. and Elizabeth S. Tyburski ‘63

Gary W. White Patricia T. White ‘93

Donald T. ‘89 and Aleksandra Zajackowski ‘95

Norma Mitani Uemura ‘93

Abigail B. Wiebenson

Jack ‘60 and Judy Zane

Helen Umana

Jolie Wiggins

Kathy V. Umbdenstock ‘74 and William T. Corey

Mary E. Wiley ‘63

Naum Panovski and Nevenka Zdravkovska

Ronald A. ‘55 and Patricia A. Willoner

Annette M. Zehler Thomas Zeller

Joan R. Taylor ‘73

Deborah M. ‘83 and Hall G. Van Vlack, IV

Louis J. Wilmotte

Xiaoming Zhao

Nedelina Tchangalova ‘04

Jane G. Van Wiemokly ‘74

Rebecca P. Wilson ‘11

Laurence J. Zimmerman ‘65,’74

Ruth F. ‘72 and Alvin J. Temin

R. Lindley Vann

Joseph Frances Wilson

Mark S. Tenney

Jiri Vecernik

Gail Stotsky ‘77 Rupert Stow Saul R. ‘00 and Karla L. Strieb ‘99 Allan J. Jr. and Kim Stypeck Stephen J. Sutton ‘08 Keith Robert Swaney ‘07 Allan R. Taylor

Darlene H. Unrue

Martha M. Vayhinger

Maurice Charles Wilson, Jr. ‘81

William A. Zagorski

Robert K. Zimmerman ‘63 *Deceased Bold = University employee

CO R P O R AT I O N S , F O U N D AT I O N S & O R G A N I Z AT I O N S AFL-CIO

Verizon Foundation

The Merck Company Foundation

Clifford M. and Camille E. Kendall Family Fund

Naomi & Nehemiah Cohen Foundation

Towers Watson

United Brotherhood Carpenters & Joiners of America National Trust for Historic Preservation Richard Eaton Foundation Inc. Maryland Library Association Inc United Jewish Endowment Fund Community Foundation for the National Capital Region

IBM International Foundation Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

Bank of America United Way Campaign American Composers Alliance Global Impact Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Bob Fleigh Foundation Inc

Faye F. and Sheldon S. Cohen Philantrophic Fund

CBS News Reference Library

Schwab Charitable Fund

Richard and Rory Hykes Charitable Fund

Mount St. Mary’s University

Marine Band

ARSC

Vestige Audio Video

American Political Items Collectors

Appian Publications + Recordings LTD

Library of American Broadcasting Foundation

Middle East Studies Institute of University of Miami

Dayton History Independent Television Service Roméo Records National Federation of Community Broadcasters US/ICOMOS McGraw Hill Education Page One Photography, Inc. Share the World’s Resources Preservation Action Washington Art Library Resources Committee Armenian International Women’s Association PNC Foundation


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PA R T N E R S H I P S & C O L L A B O R AT I O N S I N T E R N AT I O N A L

Center for Research Libraries A consortium of libraries that acquires and preserves traditional and digital resources from a global network of sources. Coalition for Networked Information A coalition to support digital information technology to advance scholarly communication and intellectual productivity. Council on Library and Information Resources An organization that enhances research, teaching, and learning in collaboration with libraries and cultural institutions.

HathiTrust A community of more than 100 major research institutions and libraries creating a shared digital library to preserve and make accessible the cultural record. 

Kuali OLE A community of libraries and vendors that is creating software to manage interrelated library transactions, from ordering and loaning books to managing digital collections. Kuali is the name for community-source enterprise software for higher education; OLE stands for Open Library Environment. UMD is a founding member.

Consortium of College and University Media Centers An organization for providers of media content, technology, and support for quality teaching and learning. Digital Preservation Network A national consortium established to provide a federated approach to digital preservation.

DuraSpace An organization dedicated to developing open-source repository software, like that used to support Maryland’s own DRUM.

E-Science Institute A program to strengthen support for e-sciences, coordinated by the Association of Research Libraries and the Digital Library Federation. Library Publishing Coalition A network of more than 50 academic libraries dedicated to supporting a diverse range of library publishing practices.

S TAT E A N D R E G I O N A L

Association of Southeastern Research Libraries A regional research library consortium.

National Diet Library of Japan A partnership to preserve and provide access to materials in the University of Maryland’s Gordon W. Prange Collection. 

Chesapeake Information and Research Library Alliance A regional organization of libraries that extends reciprocal, in-person borrowing privileges to graduate students from member universities.

Text Encoding Initiative Consortium An organization to develop and maintain guidelines for the digital encoding of literary and linguistic texts.

Library of Congress A partnership to facilitate access to on-site Library of Congress collections for University of Maryland faculty and students.

N AT I O N A L

Maryland Digital Library A gateway to electronic resources available to students and faculty at universities and colleges across the state of Maryland.

Academic Preservation Trust A national consortium—including regional counterparts such as Johns Hopkins and the University of Virginia—that is framing the next phase of digital preservation. Association of Research Libraries A mem­ ber­ship organization of 126 top research libraries in North America. 

BitCurator Consortium A coalition of uni­versities dedicated to supporting the curation of born-digital materials through the application of open-source digital tools. UMD is a charter member.

CLOCKSS A joint venture of leading scholarly publishers and research libraries to ensure the long-term survival of Web-based journals.  Committee on Institutional Cooperation  The academic counterpart to the athletic league of Big Ten universities.

Maryland Library Consortium A consortium of school, public, and academic libraries in Maryland. National Library of Medicine, Universities at Shady Grove, University of Maryland, Baltimore A partnership to support mutual interests in medical and health education, advanced training, and information dissemination. Northeast Research Libraries A regional research library consortium. University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions


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