Dean of Libraries and University Librarian David Seaman has issued a statement on diversity and inclusion from the University Libraries. Continue Reading →
SU student entrepreneurship teams won five awards at the 9th annual New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC). Continue Reading →
The Libraries’ have added many new and expanded resources to the Principal Collection to support your research and teaching. Continue Reading →
Overview of Visual History Archive, a streaming video collection of primary-source testimonies of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides. Continue Reading →
College of Law students from the NYS STLC program will hold office hours at Blackstone LaunchPad at Bird Library to discuss patent searching strategies and assist with conducting a patent search. Continue Reading →
Syracuse University Libraries welcomes feedback about the following resources for which we currently have trial access during February 2018. Continue Reading →
The presentation by Jeremy Ring ’92, who was scheduled to speak at Bird Library on Wednesday, February 21, has been cancelled. Jeremy lives in Parkland, Florida and has been deeply affected by the recent tragedy there. He needs to attend to matters with his family, friends, and community for the Continue Reading →
Syracuse University Library’s Biblio Gallery on the 4th floor of Bird Library is now featuring artwork by Maire Kennedy, a graduate student studying Fiber Arts and Material Studies in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. In her artwork, Maire creates and documents installations of highly exaggerated repetitions. The show Continue Reading →
Jonathan Singleton, a doctoral student in the English Department in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences, received the Mary Hatch Marshall Essay Award at the Syracuse University Library Associates annual Spring Luncheon held on May 1. His winning essay is titled “Religion, Radicalism, and Sympathetic Reading in Gaskell’s Mary Continue Reading →
To better meet the ongoing research needs of Ph.D. students, the Library will now deliver items from its collections directly to currently enrolled Ph.D. students who reside outside of the Central New York area, but within the continental United States. Previously, this delivery service was available only to those enrolled Continue Reading →
In response to requests for additional quiet study space in Bird Library, the Library has opened a quiet reading room on the lower level of the Learning Commons. The new room is for SU students, faculty and staff only and is open 24 hours, Sunday through Friday, along with the Continue Reading →
Librarian Gurnek Singh, who retired on July 31, 2008, was recently awarded emeritus status by the University Senate in recognition of many years of outstanding service to the Syracuse University Library and to the Syracuse University academic community. Before coming to the Syracuse University Library, Mr. Singh earned a B.S. Continue Reading →
The Library has added 22 new computers, including 4 Macs, to the center area of the 1st floor Learning Commons, bringing that floor’s total to 50 machines.
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded the Syracuse University Library a $350,000 grant to create a digital scholarly edition of the works of Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer. The project, entitled “Marcel Breuer, Architect: Life and Work, 1922-1955” will run from May 2009 through April 2011 and culminate Continue Reading →
To make room for more quiet study space on the second floor, the newspaper collection is being relocated this week to the first floor, adjacent to Pages (the library cafe) on the east side of the building.
Citrus TV produced a video of the recent Library Lock-In event. For a glimpse into the after-hours competition on a recent snowy night, scroll to February 24th on the Latest Videos section on the right side of the Citrus TV homepage. Also available on the February 24th edition of Juice Continue Reading →