2017 International Open Access Week

To kick off the week, Stephen Hawking posted his 1966 PhD Thesis online saying “Anyone, anywhere in the world should have free, unhindered access to not just my research, but to the research of every great and inquiring mind across the spectrum of human understanding.”

“International Open Access Week is a global, community-driven week of . . . → Read More: 2017 International Open Access Week

Henry Stewart Talks: New for October!

This month’s additions to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection contain the first talks in a new series on Ecology, edited by Prof. David J. Gibson. Also included, are talks on the management of systemic lupus erythematosus, RNA interference functions and mechanisms in animals, advances in diagnosis and interventions in ophthalmology, and more. Included in the . . . → Read More: Henry Stewart Talks: New for October!

New Books: October 2017

Highlighted titles from the newest additions to the HSL Collection. You can find the print on the shelf, to the right, when entering the library. A full list of new titles can be found here or check the New Books shelf, for all new print items, by the lounge area.

Catching breath : the making and unmaking . . . → Read More: New Books: October 2017

Banned Books Week

Every year libraries around the country spotlight freedom of information by shining a light on Banned Books. Books are banned regularly within public libraries, bookstores and schools. They are banned for sexual content, violence, religious reasons, racism, and much more. To learn more see the American Library Association website or see the challenged . . . → Read More: Banned Books Week

The Freakonomics of Bad Medicine

Freakonomics Radio is an award-winning weekly podcast with Stephen J. Dubner and Steve Levitt. The radio hosts base this podcast on their best-selling 2009 book, Freakonomics. The book is a fascinating look into the economic consequences and incentives of everything around us.

Listen to this highly recommended broadcast of their Bad Medicine series . . . → Read More: The Freakonomics of Bad Medicine