• “Dr. Sarah ‘Sally’ Short: Long on Life” Audio Documentary

    July 24, 2020

    Syracuse University Libraries’ Sound Beat: Access Audio and Falk College recently partnered to produce a vibrant audio documentary featuring Professor Emerita Dr. Sarah “Sally” Short, an academic trailblazer in nutrition and proud Orange alumna whose dedicated teaching career at Syracuse University spanned more than 50 years. The audio documentary was released for free access via ...

  • Libraries Updated Course Reserves Process

    July 15, 2020

    For the fall 2020 semester, the Libraries will be providing reserves materials electronically to ensure that all students, on and off campus, can access these materials easily and safely. All requests should be submitted through the Libraries’ reserves system. With this shift from physical to electronic items on reserve, the Libraries will provide and purchase ...

  • Juan Denzer Appointed Engineering and Computer Science Librarian

    July 7, 2020

    Juan Denzer joined Syracuse University Libraries as its new engineering and computer science librarian on June 29, 2020. In this role, Juan is a member of the Libraries’ instruction team in the Department of Research and Scholarship. Juan holds a Master of Library and Information Science from State University of New York at Buffalo and ...

  • Todd B. Rubin ’04 (School of Architecture) Supports Innovation, Diversity, and Inclusion through Gift to LaunchPad

    July 6, 2020

    Todd B. Rubin ’04 (School of Architecture), Minister of Evolution and President of The Republic of Tea, is making an impactful gift to Syracuse University to support innovation, diversity, and inclusion through a multi-year commitment to the Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars at Syracuse University Libraries (LaunchPad).  Personal gifts, along with a gift through his ...

  • Libraries Announce Several Promotions

    July 2, 2020

    Syracuse University Libraries announces several promotions effective July 1, 2020: Brett Barrie, Assistant Catalog Librarian, Acquisitions and Cataloging, has been promoted from assistant librarian to senior assistant librarian. John Stawarz, Online Learning Librarian, Learning Commons, has been promoted from assistant librarian to senior assistant librarian. Nicole Westerdahl, Reference and Access Services Librarian, Special Collections Research Center, has been ...

  • SU Libraries Resume Limited Access to Physical Collections

    June 18, 2020

    Beginning June 22, Syracuse University Libraries will resume limited access to physical collections as part of a gradual, phased reopening for members of the campus community. The Libraries will provide electronic delivery of articles scanned from print journals as well as book chapters to those with valid Syracuse University identification (SU ID). The Libraries will ...

  • Libraries Acquire Major Collections from Adam Matthew Digital and Bloomsbury

    June 12, 2020

    Syracuse University Libraries has acquired access to the entirety of Adam Matthew Digital’s online primary source archives as well as nine collections from Bloomsbury Digital Resources.  These new holdings expand campus support for teaching and research across humanities, social sciences, architecture, visual and performing arts, and food, sport, and exercise studies. About Adam Matthew Collections: Adam Matthew Digital ...

  • From the Dean and the SU Libraries Diversity and Inclusion Team

    June 4, 2020

    I am, like you, once again dealing with feelings of anger and despair brought on by the acts of racist hate and violence that fill the national news.  Systemic racism and disregard for Black lives must be named, even when we do not know what we can do or what words to use that are sufficient in the face ...

  • Libraries Announce 2020 Faculty Fellows

    June 1, 2020

    Syracuse University Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) announces two 2020 Faculty Fellows grant recipients: Joan Bryant, associate professor in African American Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Kathryn Everly, professor of Language, Literature and Linguistics in the College of Arts and Sciences. Each recipient has committed to a four-week summer residency in 2021 at SCRC that includes ...

  • Libraries’ Coronavirus Update

    May 19, 2020

    Like other parts of the campus, Syracuse University Libraries plans to resume onsite work when permitted. Libraries’ leadership anticipates that some limited services tied to physical collections will resume in mid June, although timing is dependent upon University, county, and state guidelines. Initial services will likely include electronic scanning of articles and book chapters for ...