This year’s theme for International Open Access Week (October 24th-30th) is “Open for Climate Justice.” Continue reading Why Open Access Matters for Students
We are excited to announce our 2020 Environmental Action Guide. Students in ENVS 366: Environmental Policy, taught by Professor Stephanie Siehr, Fall 2020, created these public service announcements to share their research and inspire you to take action. The guide also includes a collection of books on related topics, handpicked from Gleeson Library’s virtual and … Continue reading 2020 Environmental Action Guide
USF, your sexual health matters. With this as their guiding message, USF seniors Ilana Shoyket and Hannah Cobb have created a library display on sexual health in conjunction with their campus wide “Get Tested” campaign. Get Tested is a social marketing campaign that informs USF students about sexually transmitted infections (STIs), encourages testing for STIs, … Continue reading Student Social Justice Exhibit: Sexual Health
Graduate students from Dr. Kelly McDermott’s MPH 622 class, Communicating for Healthy Behavior and Social Change, have created a Student Social Justice Exhibit on how corporations can have a positive impact on issues related to homelessness and housing in San Francisco. Emily Martinez, Ellen Pelos, Joya Esagoff, and Michael Alba Huizar are all graduate students in … Continue reading Student Social Justice Exhibits: Corporations and Homelessness in San Francisco
USF Masters in Public Health students Lindsay Barbic, Cynthia Gutierrez, Roberto Herrera and Josephine Borogo are the most recent contributors to Student Social Justice Exhibits. Their installation on homelessness and San Francisco Libraries focuses on the intersection of patrons experiencing homelessness and direct services provided by San Francisco Public Library librarians and social workers. Group … Continue reading Student Social Justice Exhibits: Homelessness and San Francisco Public Libraries
Graduate students from Dr. Kelly McDermott’s MPH 622 class, Communicating for Healthy Behavior and Social Change, have created a Student Social Justice Exhibit titled The Root Causes of Homelessness in San Francisco. Behavioral and Public Health graduate students Jessica Sanck, Wyatt Lim Tepper, Rebeca Garcia, and Syria Orizaba’s display addresses the root causes of the … Continue reading Student Social Justice Exhibits: Root Causes of Homelessness in San Francisco
Behavioral Health and Public Health graduate students from Dr. Kelly McDermott’s MPH 622 class, Communicating for Healthy Behavior and Social Change, have created a new Student Social Justice Display. Kelly Scherer, Azeleah Tiamson, Vivian Le, and Shakera Elrington’s exhibit on San Francisco’s At-Risk of Homelessness Population is currently on display on the first floor of … Continue reading Student Social Justice Exhibits: San Francisco’s At-Risk of Homelessness Population
Gleeson Library/Art+Feminism* 2017 Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon
A Women’s History Month Program
Thursday, March 9, 2017
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Gleeson Library 2nd Floor
In conjunction with the New York-based organization Art+Feminism and USF’s Art + Architecture program, Gleeson Library is hosting a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon. Continue reading “Gleeson hosts third annual Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon”
Lyricist Lounge is back in Gleeson Library’s Atrium this coming Friday February 3rd from 7pm – 9pm! Lyricist Lounge is an event that gives students an opportunity to gather and hear their peers address social justice issues, identity expression, experiences of oppression and triumph, and more! In partnership with USF’s Intercultural Center and USF Word, Lyricist Lounge is a … Continue reading Lyricist Lounge in Gleeson Library’s Atrium Friday 2/3!!
Articles published open access are cited more often than articles that are not. End of Story. Continue reading Why You Need to Publish Open Access