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- November - Library Receives $23,000 IMLS Grant
- October - Dean Welburn Retires
- August – Upcoming Exhibit: J.R.R. Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript
- April – Docking Monitors Added to Library Spaces
- September – 2020 Foundations in Wisconsin Released
- May – MARQCATopen Open-Access Portal Launched
- January – 17th C. Irish Catechism Added to Rare Book Collection
- January – e-Publications@Marquette Repository Hits 5 Million Downloads
- January – 2020 LibQual+ Patron Satisfaction Survey Launched
- September – Exhibit: Reproducing Women: The Evolution of Women in Rare Books
- September – 38th Edition of Foundations in Wisconsin Published
- June – Calvin Jemison Honored with Staff Excellence Award
- May – Pop-Up Exhibit: "McCormick’s Mark: A Look Back at Marquette’s Iconic Tower"
- March – "Catholic Worker" Digital Archive Launched
- November – Exhibit: Complicated History and Critical (Re)presentations: Native America in Rare Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries
- October – Exhibit: Changing Shape, Enduring Spirit: The Evolution of Marquette's Built Environment
- September – Latest Edition of Foundations in Wisconsin Published
- May – Tolkien Manuscripts Featured in Bodleian Exhibit
- April – Barbara Bush's 1992 MU Commencement Speech Digitized
- February – #ColorOurCollections Coloring Book Available
- December – Martin Luther King & Civil Rights in Milwaukee
- December – New Acquisition: Incunable Book of Hours
- September – Banned! Events and Exhibit Series
- September – Third Annual Digital Scholarship Symposium: "Digital Scholarship and Community Engagement"
- September – Dispatches from Nazi Germany: Bringing the Edwin A. Shanke Collection to Life in Digital Format
- August – New Innovative Spaces Open in Digital Scholarship Lab
- April – Final Dittman Research Competition Winners Announced
- February – Book Talk with Dorothy Day's Granddaughter Kate Hennessy
- February – Graduate Student Study Room Opens
- January – NPR Host Michel Martin Gives Metcalfe Lecture
- November – Hobbit First Edition Joins Collection
- November – Dr. Herman Viola on Native American Veterans
- August – Digital Scholarship Services Expand with New Lab
- August – Marquette Libraries Join Digital Public Library of America
- April – Student Winners Announced for Annual Research Award
- March – New Exhibit: Celebrating a Century of the Marquette Tribune: A Retrospective
- March – New Live Performance Series—Music on the Bridge
- February – "Saving a City, Saving a Nation": Interview with Justing George
- February – Coloring Our Collections
- January – New Additions to J. R. R. Tolkien Collection
- January – Spring Workshops on Citation Management
- January – MLK Morning Prayer Service