Features - Fall 2009

William Bernhardt to Receive Distinguished Author Award
William BernhardtThe talents and skills of the 2009 Recipient of the Royden B. Davis Distinguished Author Award, William Bernhardt, reflect many aspects of the contemporary library. William Bernhardt is an author, a teacher, a mentor, a researcher, a composer, and communicator. As an author, Mr. Bernhardt had sold more than 10 million books in various countries. Library Journal has called him the "master of the courtroom drama." The Vancouver Sun dubbed him "the American equivalent of P.G. Wodehouse and John Mortimer." > Full story
Electronic Masters and Honors Theses
Alumni: did you write a masters or honors thesis to cap off your University studies? If so, we want to hear from you! The Weinberg Memorial Library is currently building a digital collection of Electronic Masters and Honors Theses. > Full story
From Our Archives to You, Digitally
First Women Students at The University of ScrantonThe Weinberg Memorial Library continues to digitize the University Archives' rich collection of photographs. Plans are underway to make the digital images available to the public online in the near future. > Full story
Shifting Roles in the Weinberg Memorial Library
It has been an exciting year of transitions in the Weinberg Memorial Library. Last summer we wished a fond farewell to Katie Duke, our Information Literacy Coordinator. In September 2008 we welcomed Part-time Public Services Librarian George Aulisio to our team; his primary job role was to serve students and faculty at the Reference Desk during the day, while we conducted a thorough search for a new Information Literacy Coordinator. This summer we are pleased and excited to announce that our search for a new Information Literacy Coordinator was successful, and the librarian who will be following in Katie Duke's footsteps is our own Bonnie Oldham. > Full Story
Pride, Passion, Promise: Experience Our Jesuit Tradition