Thursday, June 18, 2020

Library closed June 19th

In recognition of Juneteenth, a significant day in our nation’s history which marks the emancipation of the last remaining enslaved African-Americans in the U.S., Governor Wolf has designated June 19, 2020 as a special holiday for state employees under the Governor’s jurisdiction.  In support of this proclamation, Chancellor Greenstein has also designated the day as a holiday across the State System.  Library operations will be closed June 19, 2020 in observance of Juneteenth.  

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Library presents "Where Should I Publish My Article?" virtual summer workshop

Andruss Library is offering a summer workshop Where Should I Publish My Article? as a virtual workshop based on the face-to-face workshop that has been presented in the past few years by research librarians Linda Neyer and Katie Yelinek. The workshop will be available for viewing until August 21, 2020. 

Narrated by Katie, the workshop video (26 minutes) provides a basic overview of the topics usually covered in the workshop and can be viewed here on the library's Where to Publish My Article research guide



A certificate of attendance is available by request until 8/21/2020 via link here. Contact us via our Research Assistance page for any questions or issues.