Animals from San Francisco SPCA’s Animal Assisted Therapy Program visited during Finals Week. Continue reading Furry Friends for Finals-Event Recap!
Zoe Hume, inaugural Reparative and Inclusive Description (RID) Survey Scholar, shares her experience. Continue reading Descriptive Practice for Social Justice: An Internship Reflection
De-stress from studying for finals by spending quality time with animals at Gleeson Library! Continue reading Furry Friends for Finals
Happy Latinx Heritage Month from Gleeson Library! Continue reading Latinx Heritage Month 2022
From the Vault is a series highlighting recent projects, research, and interesting finds from the Special Collections & University Archives department at Gleeson Library | Geschke Center. This post features the Reparative and Inclusive Description (RID) Survey Scholar internship. This fall, Zoe Hume, currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Curation at Florida State … Continue reading From the Vault 04(02)
Gleeson’s Outreach team welcomes students and faculty back to campus. Continue reading Inside Outreach: Welcome Back Dons!
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New ebooks at Gleeson Library share new perspectives on the mind, ideas for talking about race in the classroom, and a pandemic-themed “semi-dystopian” novel from the UK. These titles are specially selected by Gleeson employees to enhance our collections and support, inspire, and captivate you.Continue reading “New ebooks, July 18, 2022”
This month’s new ebooks include ways to support trans folks in your life, Christian welcomes and sacraments, and new acclaimed fiction. Plus, check out the Rolling Stone Magazine Archive!Continue reading “New ebooks, June 24, 2022”
You might have noticed a new display at the entrance of the library! We are showcasing our Books to Movies collection. This display gives patrons a glimpse of the books in our collection that have recently been or will be turned into films or tv series! If you want to read the book first, now … Continue reading Gleeson Library’s Book to Movies Display