The Winkler Center Celebrates National Archives Month!

October is American Archives Month! To celebrate, The Winkler Center presents new finding aids!

An original drawing from the Mary Maciel Archival Collection

Charles Dair Aring Archival Collection: An internationally known neurologist, Dr. Aring began his career at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1919 at the age of 15 when he was hired as an “office boy” by Dean Bachmeyer. He graduated from the College of Medicine in 1929 and became the first resident to train in neuropsychiatry in Cincinnati. During his career, he formed two neurology departments, one at the University of California and the other at the University of Cincinnati where he served as professor and department chairman from 1948 to 1974.

Gunter Grupp Archival Collection: This collection focuses on the history of the University of Cincinnati Department of Pharmacology and Cell Biophysics and its influential staff members from 1946 to 2008. Continue reading

SearchOhio: A New Resource for University of Cincinnati Libraries Users

Beginning October 3, University of Cincinnati Libraries users will have access to a new resource for borrowing materials via SearchOhio. SearchOhio is a consortium of Ohio public libraries sharing materials amongst their patrons, similar to how OhioLINK facilitates the sharing of resources between many of Ohio’s colleges and universities. UC students, staff and faculty will be able to utilize SearchOhio to access books and more that they cannot first obtain through the University of Cincinnati Libraries or OhioLINK. Users will find a link to SearchOhio in their search results when they use the OhioLINK catalog.

OhioLINK NOTICE

Please note that the OhioLINK Central Catalog will be offline beginning at noon on July 7 in order to migrate it to a new server. This is expected to take several hours to complete. The Central Catalog should be back online by the evening of the 7th .

OhioLINK SERVICE NOTICE

Please be advised of the following OhioLINK notice: 

We are aware of a problem with QuickSearch.  As of 10am Friday, pages time out with no response.  We are reporting the problem to technical support and will keep you posted if there’s reason to expect lengthy downtime.

Bad Behavior has blocked 1410 access attempts in the last 7 days.