USF’s Creative Activity and Research Day (CARD) is this Friday, April 19th in Fromm Hall. This annual one-day conference celebrates the research, artistic, and creative work of USF undergraduate and graduate students. It is a great way for students to present the results of their hard work and showcase their knowledge outside of the classroom. Student talks start this Friday … Continue reading USF Student Creative Activity and Research Day
Its official! Starting October 1, 2010 USF students, faculty and staff can check out an Apple iPad from the Gleeson Library circulation desk. The iPads will circulate for 5 days and you can read all the fine print here. If all three of the iPads are all checked out, you can make a reservation (booking) … Continue reading The iPads Are Here!
If you aren’t familiar with Foursquare, the social media location-based game, a brief explanation comes from their website: “We’re all about helping you find new ways to explore the city. We’ll help you meet up with your friends and let you earn points and unlock badges for discovering new places, doing new things and meeting … Continue reading Who’s the next mayor of Gleeson Library?
We know you. You’re ambitious. You never give up. You continually strive for higher and higher levels. You stay awake at all hours until your eyes burn, and a vicious thirst rouses you from your single-minded drive. You ignore every distraction, until, at last, you reach the finale to all your aspirations, the culmination of … Continue reading Gleeson Library Welcome Weekends Event
The complex, daily work of an academic library could not be easily completed without the support of our industrious team of student workers. This afternoon, Gleeson Library staff, librarians, and the Dean’s Office, honored our wonderful, hard-working, student assistants with an end-of-the-year appreciation party. This spring semester in particular, our party felt a little more … Continue reading The Student Assistant Appreciation Party, Spring 2010
I am confident that we are of a size and nimbleness that allow us to capitalize on the positive underpinnings beneath an iceberg that most folks can only see the tip of. This is a time for vision, imagination, energy and action tempered by a prudence that capitalizes on latent opportunities without jeopardizing the enterprise … Continue reading The Crisis in Higher Education: A Reading List
On behalf of the Gleeson Library | Geschke Learning Resource Center it is my pleasure to extend an enthusiastic congratulation to the University of San Francisco’s 2009 graduating class. We applaud your achievements, and wish you great opportunities and success in your future endeavors. Tyrone H. Cannon Ed. D., Dean, University Libraries Did you know … Continue reading Congratulations Graduates!
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I am very pleased with the interest that Gleeson Gleanings has generated. Way to go Bloggers! Continue reading The Blog is Happening!