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In 2006, President Nathan O. Hatch began the Presidential Trust for Faculty Excellence campaign, aimed to attract $10 million in funds for faculty support. As part of this, the Library received 10% of the raised funds for library support of faculty. The library developed an innovative program to award funds for faculty research. During the three year campaign, the Library received and then distributed $650,000 to acquire resources and collections. This project was about more than just the funds and materials, however. Faculty who required specialized materials or collections to …

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In 2008, the Library negotiated with the University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to secure 10% of the indirect costs from all Reynolda campus grants when allowed. This funding has been used to expand the Library’s approval plan and provides support for the Science Direct Freedom Collection. Access to this external funding source has allowed the Library to enhance the current and rapidly developing collection in order to meet increased needs for faculty scholarship.