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For the month of February, the Libraries are hosting the traveling exhibit Immigration in New York State, 1650 – 1950 provided by the South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC). SCRLC aims to empower their members “through advocacy, networking, resources and ...

The Libraries are accepting Course Reserve requests for the Spring 2024 semester. Submit your requests through our intuitive Course Reserves tool. The deadline to ensure your items will be available by the start of classes is Tuesday January 9, 2024. ...

December 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD), an opportunity to raise awareness and promote the rights and perspectives of people with disabilities around the world. IDPD has been celebrated each year since its proclamation in 1992 by ...

A warm welcome to the fall semester from the Digital Scholarship team in the Libraries! After a busy summer, we are excited to welcome everyone back to another great year. We have some highlights from this summer, updates and exciting ...

The Libraries are full of friendly people with useful materials in spaces where everyone is welcome to do classwork, research or just to hang out with friends! In the Libraries, you’ll find books, digital content like eBooks and articles, printers ...

The Libraries are accepting Course Reserve requests for the fall 2023 semester. Submit your requests through our intuitive Course Reserves tool. The deadline to ensure your items will be available by the start of classes is Tuesday August 15, 2022. ...

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The following statement was shared with the campus community on April 19, 2023 via Dateline on behalf of Provost Donald Hall. Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Donald Hall is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrea Falcone as dean of the ...

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The Libraries are currently undergoing a collection move from the Annex in Conklin to a new Collection Management Facility (CMF) in Johnson City. This project will involve moving well over 800,000 items over the next several months. Beginning Monday, April ...