Information Update - Spring 2015

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Mongolia: History, Culture and Transformation:The Second Panel Presentation in the Jay Nathan Ph.D. Visiting Scholar Lecture Series

Mongolia is the feature of this lecture series that will take place on April 8, 2015 from 5:30 - 8 pm in the Moskovitz Theater located in The DeNaples Center.

Helen Gallagher McHugh Special Collections Dedicated

On September 24, 2014, the Special Collections at The Weinberg Memorial Library was offically desginated as The Helen Gallagher McHugh Speical Collections.

Drone's Eye View: Flying High at the Library with Access Aerial

Access Aerial has been busy across NEPA taking drone footage and enlightening people on the use of drones. John Culkin and Lee DeAngeles spent some time at the library...with their drones.

Newly Digitized: Penman Photographs from Zaner-Bloser Collection

The Zaner-Blosser Collection in the Helen Gallagher McHugh Special Collections has grown to more than 500 photos. This unique collection features a history of ornametnal penmanship, master penman and many examples of their work.

Bringing Together Past and Present

April Francia explains her technique for color correcting older, black and white photos so that the subjects in the photos have the proper skin tone.

Reilly Learning Commons holds Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening

On September 17, 2014 The Reilly Learning Commons was dedicated in honor of Joseph, Katherine and Evelyn Reilly.

The Cornerstone of Victory: Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Conclusion of World War II

World War II made a dramtic impact on the world. The Helen Gallagher McHugh Special Collections is home to several collections that document the contributions to the war effort of alumni and students.

Kay Lopez Retires

Kay has worked at the library since April 2007 and now she plans on enjoying her retirement by traveling and creating community reading intiatives in Monroe County.

Information Society Speaker Series Co-Hosted by The University of Scranton and Marywood University

The co-hosts envisioned the series as a way to raise awareness of the social, political, economic, technological and ethical issues surrounding the access to information.

Award Recognizes University Students and Their High School Teachers

The Rose Kelly Award recipients are honored with their high school instructors.

Introducing our Staff: Joel Krisanda

Evening Circulation Services Clerk Joel Krisanda sits down with Kevin Norris.

From the Library Dean

A message from Charles E. Kratz, Dean of the Library and Information Fluency.

Wikipedia: Sharing the Library’s Digital Collections with the World

Utilizing the reach of Wikipedia to share the library's digital collection is not as easy as it sounds.

Students Receive O’Hara Awards for Academic Achievement

The Frank O'Hara Award recipients are honored from the various colleges of the university.

Wrinting Center Updates and News

The CTLE Writing Center now has a satellite office in The Reilly Learning Commons.

Library Celebrates Scholarship Month

In May 2015, an exhibition of faculty publications will be on display in the Heritage Room.

Best-Selling Author Honored

On October 18, 2014 the University of Scranton's Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library presented best-selling author Colum McCann with the Royden B. Davis S.J., Distinguished Author Award.

Staff Changes
Welcome to the Newest Friends of the Library
Leaves of Class XV Winners