Undergraduate Research Award applications due Friday, March 25

Originally posted as Announcing the 2022 Elizabeth Long Atwood Undergraduate Research Award from Libraries News, March 2 2022   Dear undergraduate students, did you work on a stellar research paper or digital project this academic year? If your answer is yes, please consider submitting it for the Elizabeth Long Atwood Award. The Woodruff Library is…

Emory Author Fees Waived for 380 Journals with Cambridge University Press

This post provides excerpts from the following Emory Libraries full announcement posted Feb 7, 2022.   Emory Libraries are pleased to announce a transformative agreement with Cambridge University Press (CUP). The CUP deal is known as a “read and publish deal” since it continues our access to the same content we have now (the “read”…

18th Annual Hamilton E. Holmes, MD Memorial Lecture to be held February 16

Named in honor of the first African American to graduate from Emory School of Medicine, the 18th annual Hamilton E. Holmes, MD Memorial Lecture will be held February 16 at 5pm via Zoom.  Titled “In Our Hands: Improving Health Outcomes for Black Mothers and Infants”, the session will feature a panel of healthcare leaders and…

New Website Coming March 7, Preview Available Now

Emory University Libraries have launched a preview of their new websites. Featuring a unified design, the release helps the Libraries move one step closer to the long-term goal of bringing all Emory University Libraries, locations, and services under one web presence.  The preview for the WHSC Library website is located at:   https://preview.libraries.emory.edu/health  The Emory community…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, Feb 3 at 2pm: Why is it so hard to do good science?

WHSC Library Seminar Series on Rigor and Reproducibility presents: Why is it so hard to do good science? Societal approaches to improving the rigor and reproducibility of preclinical biomedical science have largely been technical in nature with a renewed focus on the role of statistics in good experimental designs. By contrast, the importance of preconceived…

WHSC Library Reading Collection Highlights: Coming Back, Together

In Fall of 2021, the WHSC Library staff welcomed Emory faculty, students and staff back to campus after nearly a year and a half of world-wide upheaval amid an international health crisis.  As we once again return to in-person campus activities for the Spring, the Library is continuing to highlight resources in our Coming Back,…

WHSC Library will close Jan. 16 for inclement weather

The WHSC Library will be closed Sunday, January 16th in response to area forecasts of inclement weather.  The Library will reopen on Tuesday, January 18th following the MLK Holiday, resuming normal Spring Semester operating hours.  Full details of hours and locations can be found here: https://health.library.emory.edu/services/hours/hours.html For additional weather information, please contact Emory’s Weather Line…

WHSC Library Open with Spring Semester Hours

The WHSC Library is open with both virtual and in-person services.   Current faculty, staff, and students will have to swipe an Emory card to enter the building.  The library is closed to all other visitors.  EHC employees who are uncertain of their access may contact the Information Desk at (404) 727-8727 or via Ask-A-Librarian. …

Feast of Words Celebrates 2021 Faculty Book Authors

Each year, the Emory Center for Faculty Development and Excellent highlights faculty book authors in the their Feast of Words celebration: https://cfde.emory.edu/news-events/news/2021/december/feast-of-words-2021.html This year’s highlights include 12 titles from 14 individual Health Sciences Faculty authors and editors. Benardot, Dan (Center for the Study of Human Health). Advanced Sports Nutrition. 3rd Edition. Human Kinetics. Buettner, Jennifer…