The Library is now accepting submissions for the Patricia Lindell Research Prize/Paper. This $400 prize is awarded by the library faculty for a paper already written for a Gustavus academic course. This paper should demonstrate excellent use of source material. Papers may be submitted from Fall Semester 2014 through Spring Semester 2016. As faculty endorsement […]
With Europe’s refugee crisis and a debate about whether to welcome Syrian asylum-seekers to the U.S. in the news, the library has a display of books and other information about refugees and asylum-seekers as well as a webpage of resources. Also of interest – a teach-in on the Paris attacks featuring reflections and discussion by […]
Having trouble logging in to access library resources and databases from off-campus? If you’ve recently gotten a new ID, your library account probably needs to be updated. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the 14-digit library number appearing on the front of your new ID (20110…). We can quickly update your account to get you back on track. If […]
Library hours for Thanksgiving week: Tuesday, November 24: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm; Wednesday, November 25: 8:00 am – 4:45 pm; Thursday, November 26 – Saturday, November 28: Closed. Sunday, November 29: 6:00 pm – 1:00 am.
Congratulations to Krissy Kocina (AudioVisual), Natalie Sieve (Interlibrary Loan), and Mackenzie Sorensen (Acquisitions) for being chosen as Library Star Students for fall semester 2015! The library depends on student employees to provide customer service and critical support for library operations. Star Students have demonstrated superior performance in their departments and are recognized for their willingness to go […]
This spring Anna Hulseberg is teaching NDL-201 Reading Workshop, a .25 credit pass/fail course that meets during the first half only of spring semester on Wednesday afternoons, from 2:30–3:20. Students will read and discuss a book together, read and share their reviews of a second book of their choice, explore the place of reading in […]
Barbara Fister is teaching Information Fluency this spring, a .5 credit course that meets on Tuesday afternoons from 2:30 to 4:20 throughout the spring semester. This course gives students interested in going to graduate or professional school—or who simply want to know more about research—an immersion in the structure of the literature of their major field […]
The application deadline for the Patricia Lindell Scholarship is Friday, November 6. Please submit all materials by midnight. As a reminder, the Patricia Lindell Scholarship includes a semester-long research experience and a stipend of $1,200. More information about the scholarship, including the research question and application process, can be found here: Patricia Lindell Scholarship Application Now Open
Please join us for nachos at a student appreciation event on the main floor of the library. Thursday, October 29th from 3:00-4:30.
In case you can’t read the whiteboard, “Welcome! Enjoy your new study space!” Room 114 in the lower level of the library is ready for student use. This room will be given priority to study groups. It seats eight comfortably. No reservations needed, first-come, first-to-study!