Olin and Uris Libraries present regular exhibitions and displays throughout the year. Olin displays are outside the Map & Geospatial unit (level B), near New & Noteworth books (level 1), and outside the periodicals reading room (level 1). In Uris Library, exhibition cases are in the upper lobby and on the gallery level.
- Where in the World is My Book?
- Brownstones and Tudors: Two Eras in Brooklyn’s Growth
- “The Heart of the University”: Where Any Person Can Find Answers to Any Question (2015)
- Book and Paper Conservation at Cornell (Uris Library)
- Reflecting on Identity: the 2014 Cornell New Student Read (Uris Library)
- Foreign Fields: Perspectives on the Great War (Olin Library, 2014)
- Land Use, Transit, and Urban Redevelopment Illustrated (1933-1972): A walk through twentieth century maps from Cornell’s Map Collection (Spring 2014)
- Parallax: Exploring Cornell Luminaries of Science Fiction (Olin Library, Fall 2013)
- When the Emperor was Divine (Uris Library, Fall 2013 – Spring 2014)
- Europe in the World: Perspectives on Communities, A Competition for Student Scholars (Olin Library, April – September 2013)
- “One place to dwell…”: Cornell Poets on Cornell & Ithaca (Olin Library, Spring – Summer 2012)
- Senator Justin S. Morrill, the Land-Grant College Act and Cornell: Opening the Doors of Education to “Any Person” (Olin & Uris Libraries, Summer-Fall 2012)
- Cornell’s Icelandic Collections: Góð bók er gulli betri and World of the West Norse (Olin Library, Fall 2010)