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Do You Know DC?

Through July 2019, stop by the library to see a display about DC history. Learn fun facts out our city's history and check out a few book titles you may want to take home and read. 

Do You Know DC is presented in conjunction with the UDC: A Visual History exhibit on display in the Student Center. 

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You can now follow the library on social media. You can find us on both Instagram and Twitter at udc_library. We're sharing helpful tips, recommendations, and other news you can use.

UDC featured in new DC Jazz book

Among the contributors to the new book DC Jazz: Stories of Jazz Music in Washington, DC (Georgetown University Press) are two professors from UDC. Professor Judith Korey of the music program wrote the chapter "From Federal City College to UDC: A Retrospective on Washington’s Jazz University," and Professor Michael Fitzgerald of the library wrote "Researching Jazz History in Washington, DC," which spotlights UDC's Felix E. Grant Jazz Archives among other area collections.

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Foundation Center at UDC

The University of the District of Columbia (UDC) is a Funding Information Network partner of Foundation Center. The Funding Information Network is comprised of libraries, community foundations, NGOs, and nonprofit resource centers across the country and around the world. As a Funding Information Network partner, UDC provides free access to the most comprehensive information available on foundation and corporate giving. It features Foundation Center print and electronic resources as well as professional staff to assist visitors. Foundation Center electronic resources include, Foundation Directory Online, Foundation Grants to Individuals Online, and Foundation Maps.

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