Quick Takes on News & Events – September 2018

Conceiving New Tools for Public Health Researchers In April 2018, JSTOR and Rutgers University convened a workshop of scholars, librarians, and students to brainstorm new ways to support public health researchers. Using a series of design thinking activities, they conceived… Continue Reading

Quick Takes on Events and News – May 2018

Honoring a Great-Great Legacy Chantel Harris, library associate and student coordinator at the Paul Robeson Library, Rutgers–Camden, was a special guest at the ceremonial dedication and unveiling of a school bench at Charles Sumner High School in St. Louis, Missouri,… Continue Reading

Quick Takes on Events and News – April 2018

California-Bound! Congratulations are in order for Consuella Askew, who was recently announced as one of the 17 library leaders who have been selected to participate in this year’s Library Senior Fellows program at UCLA. Consuella will join an international cohort… Continue Reading

Quick Takes on Events and News – March 2018

Three Cheers for Leslin… Instructional design librarian Leslin Charles last month received an award from Rutgers–New Brunswick’s Undergraduate Academic Affairs for generosity and commitment to the education of Rutgers students. As all of us at the Libraries who have worked… Continue Reading

Quick Takes on Events and News – February 2018

Dee Magnoni, Maxine Lurie, Caryn Radick, Mary Chute, and Grace Agnew at the NJDNP launch celebration.

Celebrating the Douglass Century Congratulations are in order for our colleagues Kayo Denda and Fernanda Perrone, who, along with Mary Hawkesworth of the departments of Political Science and Women’s and Gender Studies, have penned a history of Douglass Residential College… Continue Reading

Quick Takes on Events and News – January 2018

NJ Academics Unite! The New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance held their annual Author Award Winners Panel at Alexander Library in December. These awards recognize works that reflect a new understanding of New Jersey’s history and culture, demonstrate evidence of original… Continue Reading