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Reese Library traces its roots to the Junior College of Augusta. In 1960, the library moved into
a renovated warehouse on its present campus, then known as Augusta College.

During the 1970s, the current library was built. It opened in January 1977. In 2006, the University adjoined the new Jaguar Student Activities Center (JSAC) to the Library, placing Reese at the center of research and engagement.







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Reference and Instruction Librarian
Phone: 706-667-4908
Office: Reese Library Rm 131
 Areas: Education: Advanced Studies and Innovation, Social Sciences, History, Anthropology, & Philosophy, 1st & 2nd Year Experience; Career Services

Reese News

photo from article Black History Month @AU Libraries: Dave the Potter

Black History Month @AU Libraries: Dave the Potter

Post written by Maranda Christy On Wednesday, February 21, the University Libraries held a screening of documentary Discovering Dave: Spirit Captured in Clay on Augusta University’s Summerville campus for Black History Month. The documentary explores the life of David Drake, an enslaved potter from Edgefield, South Carolina. Edgefield is world-renowned as a site of pottery […]

photo from article AU Librarian Selected for Evidence Synthesis Institute

AU Librarian Selected for Evidence Synthesis Institute

Josette Kubicki, Reference and Instruction Librarian at Reese Library, was selected to participate in this year’s Evidence Synthesis Institute (ESI) through the University of Minnesota. Ms. Kubicki has been a teaching librarian at Reese Library since 2017, having worked previously as a librarian in both Florida and Australia. At the University Libraries, she provides information […]

photo from article CRSP and Compustat datasets now available via WRDS

CRSP and Compustat datasets now available via WRDS

Thanks to generous funding from Dean Mark Thompson in the Hull College of Business, the University Libraries have recently added two important datasets to the Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) platform.  The Libraries and the Hull College have a long-term partnership through the Libraries’ liaison librarian program that provides assistance with research guides, library instruction, […]

Discussion group sitting in a circle inside the Reese Room at the Reese Library

Book Discussion on the “Problem of Disabled Veterans”

On December 6th, Reese Library held a book discussion of the book Paying with Their Bodies: American War and the Problem of Disabled Veteran by John M. Kinder. This event was held in concordance with the National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit now on display Life and Limb: The Toll of the American Civil War. […]