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WU Libraries Staff Spotlight: Mary Skubic

By Julie Hale on March 22, 2017

Mary Skubic is a Programmer Analyst for Library Technology Services. In April, she will have worked at WU for 25 years. She holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She started at the WU School of Medicine in user support and programming in...

High Levels of Construction Noise Expected Today at Olin

By Julie Hale on March 21, 2017

Sawcutting will occur today, March 21, from 3:00–11:00 p.m. on Level A of Olin Library. This activity is expected to generate high levels of noise on Level A and potentially throughout the building. If the noise is disruptive, consider one of WU’s departmental libraries as an alternative study sp...

High Levels of Construction Noise Expected at Olin Today

By Julie Hale on March 20, 2017

Sawcutting will occur today, March 20, from 3:00–11:00 p.m. on Level A of Olin Library. This activity is expected to generate high levels of noise on Level A and potentially throughout the building. For those in need of a quieter place to study: Try one of WU’s departmental libraries. Be sure to ...

New Exhibit: NNP Black History Month 2017

By Shannon Davis on March 17, 2017

To honor Black History Month 2017, Newman Numismatic Portal contributor John Kraljevich wrote one Facebook post every day in February reflecting on aspects of African-American history in relation to American monetary history.  These posts have been reworked into a digital exhibit, “John Kra...

Construction Noise Expected This Week at Olin Library

By Julie Hale on March 13, 2017

While many students are away for spring break, or at least enjoying a break from the usual routine, the construction crew for the Olin Library Transformation will still be hard at work moving the project toward completion. Monday – Friday, March 13 – 17, sawcutting will occur each day on Levels A...

New Exhibit: Higher Ground

By Shannon Davis on March 9, 2017

Scholarly Publishing is proud to announce a new digital exhibit, Higher Ground: Honoring Washington Park Cemetery, Its People and Place. This is a companion site to the physical exhibit now on display at the Sheldon Art Galleries. Conceived by Jennifer Colten, senior lecturer in photography in th...

WU Libraries Staff Spotlight: Bill Winston

By Julie Hale on March 8, 2017

GIS analyst Bill Winston holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and a master’s degree in earth and planetary sciences, both from WU. Before joining WU’s GIS unit in 2009, he worked for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and in WU’s department of Earth and Planetary Sciences....

Help WU Libraries Evaluate Book Usage

By Julie Hale on March 7, 2017

As WU Libraries take steps to evaluate book usage, we have a request for Olin patrons:  When you’re finished with books and other materials, please leave them on a table or return them to one of the newly designated shelves now in place on each floor of Olin. Near the entrance from the main...

Exhibit: “Digital Evolutions: Parametric Design for a Fabricated Species”

By Jennifer Akins on March 6, 2017

  Come see student work from Nathaniel Elberfeld’s Fall 2016 course, ARCH 326K Digital Evolutions: Parametric Design for a Fabricated Species. Digital Evolutions introduced digital modeling, parametric work-flow, and fabrication techniques in a variety of two and three-dimensional medi...