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Sandro Sticca, professor of French and comparative literature, died Wednesday, May 3, following an illness. Sticca was a great friend of the Libraries and a scholar who used many of our books for his research. He often brought in classes ...

Great news! Elizabeth (Beth) Brown, our director of assessment and scholarly communications, has been named one of three national presenters for an ACRL Scholarly Communication Workshop. Elizabeth Brown, Binghamton Carla Myers, Miami-Ohio Rachael Samberg, UC-Berkeley Congratulations Beth!  More about the Association of College and Research Libraries ...

We’re delighted to announce that Caryl Ward is a 2016-17 recipient of the “Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship.” This award recognizes consistently superior professional achievement in the field of librarianship. To receive this distinction, candidates must demonstrate extraordinary performance ...

Dean of University Libraries Curtis Kendrick invites the campus and greater community to get “far out” and “groovy” at our new exhibit, “Summer of Love: 50 Years.” The exhibit showcases items from our Center for the Study of the 1960s collection ...

Join us as we begin cultivating a community of practice around data visualization tools and methods in a discipline-neutral space. This session will provide a forum for sharing information, experiences and ideas about this vital component of digital scholarship. Faculty, ...

  Great news! The South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC) has awarded a $5,000 Regional Bibliographic Data Bases and Interlibrary Resources Sharing (RBDB) Grant to for the digitization and description of the Max Reinhardt Collection. Once digitized, the collection will be ...

  Curious about what’s going on in the Binghamton area? Are you currently conducting research in Binghamton yourself? April’s Learning@Lunch program offers research overviews from: Karen-edis Barzman, associate professor of art history Nadine Mastroleo, assistant professor, College of Community and ...

We support this important message and offer it here to ensure broad access. Binghamton University strongly denounces all incidents of harassment, intimidation and racism and remains steadfast in its commitment to being a diverse, inclusive and welcoming campus. Anyone who ...

Campus poets are invited to recite their original work at this new event, presented by the staff in the Science Library. Poems about science are encouraged, but are not required. All skill/experience levels welcome. Roster space is limited–poet contributors are encouraged to ...

Join librarians Julia Glauberman, instructional outreach, and Stephanie Hess, electronic resources, for this introductory workshop on data visualization across disciplines. Attendees will be provided a brief overview of several software tools and techniques used for data visualization and will gain ...