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First Venues Selected for Exhibitions Connect

November 21, 2019

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) announces the first fourteen (14) sites selected as part of Exhibitions Connect.

Exhibitions Connect is an initiative that encourages host venues to engage with and disseminate NLM health information resources to their communities as part of the experience of hosting NLM banner exhibitions.

Over forty (40) libraries responded to the Call for Requests to feature Politics of Yellow Fever in Alexander Hamilton’s America and use their hosting of this exhibition as an occasion to connect patrons and colleagues with NLM health information resources. A panel of NLM staff reviewed the responses and selected fourteen (14) proposals as exceptional. These are the institutions that will host Politics of Yellow Fever in 2020:

Institution Name



Southeast Regional Library


Gilbert, Arizona

January 6 2020 – February 15 2020

Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine Library


Rochester, Michigan

California State University, Fullerton - Pollak Library


Fullerton, California

March 2 2020 – April 11 2020

New College of Florida


Sarasota, Florida

University of Colorado Schutz Medical Campus - Strauss Health Sciences Library


Aurora, Colorado

April 27 2020 – June 6 2020

University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine - Preston Medical Library


Knoxville, Tennessee


Spokane County Library District


Spokane, Washington


June 22 2020 – August 1 2020

Fairleigh Dickinson University - Frank Giovatto Library

Teaneck, New Jersey


Marian University


Indianapolis, Indiana

August 17 2020 – September 26 2020

Temple University - Ginsburg Health Sciences Library


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast Library


Long Beach, Mississippi


October 12 2020 – November 21 2020

University of Florida - Health Science Center library


Gainesville, Florida


University of Arizona Health Sciences Library


Tucson, Arizona


December 7 2020 – January 16 2021

University of Texas Medical Branch - Moody Medical Library


Galveston, Texas



The next Call for Requests will open February 3, 2020. Two traveling banner exhibitions will be available—Rise, Serve, Lead! America’s Women Physicians or Rashes to Research: Scientists and Parents Confront the 1964 Rubella Epidemic.

For more information, visit Exhibitions Connect online. For notifications of Calls for Requests, please join the Making Exhibition Connections listserv where you will also receive the latest news on when NLM banner exhibitions will be available, updates on current exhibition happenings, and information about NLM health information resources that can enhance your hosting of an NLM banner exhibition. Registration is free of charge.


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Last Reviewed: November 21, 2019