• Native American Heritage Resources and Studies

    November 6, 2019
    by Bonnie Ryan, librarian for Social Sciences Syracuse University Libraries acknowledge the Onondaga Nation, the indigenous people on whose ancestral lands of the Onondaga Nation territory Syracuse University now stands. Syracuse University Libraries supports the curriculum and research needs of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Program’s faculty, students and staff, including students of the Haudenosaunee community.  ...

  • Open Access Electronic Theses & Dissertations

    October 23, 2019
    By Déirdre F. Joyce, Head of Digital Library Program The records for the ETDs (Electronic Theses and Dissertations) submitted by the Graduate School for Summer 2019 have been successfully uploaded into SURFACE with submissions from 30 different departments: Anthropology; Art; Biology; Biomedical and Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Civil and Environmental Engineering; Communication and Rhetorical Studies; Counseling and Human Services; Cultural ...

  • Open Access: An International Student Perspective

    October 18, 2019
    By: Euphemia Brewer Fasama (Maxwell School student from Liberia) and Prathamesh Pradip Datar (iSchool student from India), graduate student employees, working under the direction of Amanda Page, open publishing and copyright librarian Open Access week is October 21-27, 2019. Two student voices share their opinion, according to the theme “Open for whom?” In an era where the ...

  • Justin Diaz ’23, Environmentally-Conscious Latino Entrepreneur

    October 11, 2019
    When Justin arrived at Syracuse University this past summer as an Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) student, his first stop was the Syracuse University Libraries. He knew that was the place he’d be able to find information that would help him pursue his dream of making an impact on the world. What ...

  • Reflecting on Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans

    October 1, 2019
    by Syracuse University Business, Management, and Entrepreneurship Librarian Stephanie JH McReynolds Despite evidence to the contrary— cooler evenings, glimpses of red and golden leaves, and mid-terms on the horizon— summer feels like just a moment ago. Reflecting on this past summer’s work with the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) program brings forth images and snippets of ...

  • Shared Print Programs – new ways libraries are ensuring long-term scholarly access to print books

    September 16, 2019
    By Scott Warren, Associate Dean for Research Excellence How do we ensure that a sufficient number of copies of historic books continue to be held in academic libraries to enable use when needed? When the Libraries’ 2019 Annual Report comes out later this fall, you may notice a new statistic – number of volumes under shared ...

  • Summer 2019 Young African Leaders Initiative, an Interview with Two Fellows

    September 4, 2019
    by Michael Pasqualoni, librarian for Communications and Public Affairs at Syracuse University Libraries The Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders is the flagship program of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). This past summer 2019, the fellowship provided nearly 700 young leaders from Sub-Saharan African with the opportunity to hone their skills at higher education ...

  • First Year and Transfer Students Checklist: What You Need to Know about Syracuse University Libraries

    August 5, 2019
      Visit the libraries. Yes, there’s more than one on campus. Depending on your area(s) of study and interests, you may want to visit: Bird Library, next door to Schine Student Center, provides resources for humanities, social sciences, audiovisual, government publications, and maps. It is the University’s main library, with seven floors of resources and spaces. Carnegie Library, ...

  • 2018-2019 New and Expanded Resources

    July 3, 2019
    AccessEngineering An engineering reference tool that provides access to engineering reference information published by McGraw Hill, such as Perry’s Handbook for Chemical Engineers and Marks’ Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers. Includes books, instructional videos, interactive graphs, and an Excel calculator tool to streamline calculations. AccessScience Includes dictionary terms and research updates in all areas of science and technology. ...

  • Home of SU Libraries Department and Team Blogs

    December 16, 2011
    Syracuse University Libraries Facility Construction The Syracuse University Libraries Facility is a newly-constructed 20,000 square foot high-density storage facility that will house approximately 1.2 million volumes. Carnegie Library Renovation Carnegie has undergone renovation to restore and revitalize its grand reading room. The refurbished Carnegie Library Reading Room and adjacent Libraries’ service point on the second floor reopened on ...