Shola Richards, the CEO and Founder of Go Together Global™, delivers a motivational speech in a special professional development event for USF faculty and staff. Continue reading Go Together: Shola Richards Inspires USF
Consider donating to Gleeson Library for USF’s biggest fundraising campaign of the year, Day of the Dons! Continue reading Happy Day of the Dons!
Learn more about Fair Use/Fair Dealing week, and how Fair Use is being celebrated on campus. Continue reading Happy Fair Use Week!
Students from the Refugees: Justice and Ethics course taught by professor Noa Bar-Gabai created fantastic art that represents what refugees from all around the world face in countries like the United States. Continue reading Refugees: Justice and Ethics Library Display 2021
International Education Week is a global event that encourages everyone to learn about the benefits of international education. The U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education came together and initiated an effort to promote international learning as it would motivate more people to learn and want to get involved with facilitating this … Continue reading Gleeson Library | Geschke Center celebrates International Education Week
Gleeson Library | Geschke Center, as a member of the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium (SCELC), has entered into a “read and publish” agreement with Cambridge University Press through 2023. The agreement enables University of San Francisco-affiliated authors to publish articles in fully open-access or hybrid open-access Cambridge journals at no cost to individuals, and … Continue reading Publishing Pilot with Cambridge University Press
The people who grow and supply our food are very much in our minds right now as they work to feed everyone at the possible cost of their health or even their lives. In their honor, today on her birthday, April 10, we celebrate the life and leadership of legendary civil rights activist and organizer … Continue reading Happy birthday, Dolores Huerta!
Here at Gleeson we have some amazing programs/initiatives surrounding Open Education and Open Access. Here are quick overviews of what these programs are and how faculty can best utilize them. A Quick Overview of the Open Education Resources (OER) Program In 2018, Gleeson Library | Geschke Center piloted a new program to increase the use … Continue reading Highlights from our Open Education Program & Open Access Policy
According to the Shelley-Godwin archive, Mary Shelley conceived of her famous novel, Frankenstein, during a summer stay in Geneva that sounds like the summers we know in San Francisco: cold. A year and a half later, in January of 1818, Shelley anonymously published the novel, and the rest is history — a rich history, of … Continue reading Campus FrankenFest Begins Today at Gleeson Library | Geschke Center
Last month, the University of San Francisco Asian Pacific American Studies and Gleeson Library | Geschke Center, along with a number of other co-sponsors, organized the 2018 USF Day of Remembrance: Building Sanctuary: Alliances and Action Across Communities. Day of Remembrance commemorates February 19, 1942, the day which President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, authorizing the … Continue reading USF Day of Remembrance