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October New Physics Books

By Alison Verbeck on October 30, 2015

The bumpy road : Max Planck from radiation theory to the quantum (1896-1906) / Massimiliano Badino QC173.98 .B33 2015 Concepts in quantum field theory : a practitioner’s toolkit / Victor Ilisie. QC174.45 .I45 2016 Cosmological applications of algebraic quantum field theory in curved spaceti...

WU Libraries and St. Louis LGBT History Project Form New Archival Partnership

By Julie Hale on October 30, 2015

The St. Louis LGBT History Project has announced a new archival partnership with Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL). University Archives, a unit of Washington University Libraries’ Department of Special Collections, will join with the Project to preserve LGBT artifacts and offer education...

Recently Published Papers in Physics

By Alison Verbeck on October 29, 2015

The following papers were recently indexed by INSPEC and published by members of the Physics Department: Title: Constraining and applying a generic high-density equation of state Author(s): Alford, M.G.; Burgio, G.F.; Han, S.; Taranto, G.; Zappala, D. Source: Physical Review D (Particles, Fields,...

Website Redesign

By Alison Verbeck on October 29, 2015

The WU Libraries are working on a redesign of the website. If you would like to check out the new design, please go to: https://library.wustl.edu/. Click on the feedback link to leave comments and suggestions. Thank you!

The New Medical Humanities Minor

By Jennifer Akins on October 29, 2015

We are excited for the new medical humanities minor in the College of Arts & Sciences and enjoyed hosting Professor Rebecca Messbarger and Associate Professor Corinna Treitel in our library a few weeks ago. Stop by if you would like to see the books featured in the Record article, listed belo...

iTeach Symposium 2016

By Alison Verbeck on October 26, 2015

The 2016 iTeach faculty symposium on teaching will take place on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at the Knight Center, on the Danforth Campus. The symposium brings together faculty from across the disciplines to exchange ideas on teaching, during a plenary and sixteen interactive sessions, as well as...

Art and Architecture Collections in Open Scholarship

By Jennifer Akins on October 22, 2015

  In honor of Open Access Week, we’re featuring Building Case Studies, part of the Open Scholarship Materials Resource Center collection created by architecture students at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. The goal is to create a Materials Library database allowing users...