Celebrating National Student Employment Week

National Student Employment Week (April 10-16, 2022), established by the National Student Employment Association, recognizes both students who work while attending college and the supervisors who guide the student experience by providing training and mentoring to prepare young people for their careers. In this blog, MacMillan Law Library outreach and programming librarian Sarah Rodgers recalls…

2022 Women of Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (in person and virtual), Tuesday, April 12, 4-6 pm

Join us and help edit Wikipedia to make sure women are represented. Only 19.16% of English Wikipedia biographies profile women, according to the Women in Red WikiProject. The Women of Wikipedia Edit-a-thon strives to write more articles about notable women of all races, nationalities, and ethnicities (including transgender and nonbinary individuals). This is the seventh…

Emory Libraries’ DEI committee publishes chapter in DEI excellence book

Members of the Emory Libraries’ DEI committee wrote a chapter for “Implementing Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: A Handbook for Academic Libraries,” which was published this month. The chapter, titled “The Making of Emory Libraries’ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee: A Case Study,” was written by current and past members of the professional development subcommittee….

Emory Libraries launches “library voice” survey

Emory Libraries has launched a campus-wide engagement survey to learn how members of our community perceive and use the libraries’ services, programs, and spaces. Our last survey, distributed in 2017, provided valuable feedback from our most frequent users that helped us to shape our policies, collections, and offerings over the last five years. However, we…

Emory Libraries promotes sustainability with new tote bags

This February, in cooperation with the Emory Office of Sustainability Initiatives, the Woodruff Library Service Desk, a unit of Access Services, launched new sustainable tote bags in a library-wide effort to increase the use of renewable and recyclable resources. The new all-cotton bags replace the polypropylene bags, which were reusable but not made from a…

For Women’s History Month 2022: Books About Women Who Provide Healing and Hope

The theme of Women’s History Month 2022 is “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.” This theme was chosen by the National Women’s History Alliance to acknowledge “the ceaseless work of caregivers and frontline workers during this ongoing pandemic and also a recognition of the thousands of ways that women of all cultures have provided both healing…

Emory Libraries Launches New Web Content Management System

On Wednesday, March 9th, the Emory University Libraries (EUL) will migrate the following websites to a new content management system.  In addition to migrating to a new content management system, the sites will be consolidated underneath the https://libraries.emory.edu domain, which will change the URLs for Business, Health, and Rose libraries.  https://business.library.emory.edu URLs will redirect to…

Announcing the 2022 Elizabeth Long Atwood Undergraduate Research Award

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 again sponsoring an award for undergraduate research. A panel of faculty and librarians will award up to three prizes…

Celebrate Black History Month with a Graphic Novel

In honor of Black History Month, Emory’s Woodruff Library has compiled a list of recent graphic novel acquisitions. Explore Black futures, love, mysteries and histories in our collection!  And when you visit the library to take a look at these works, swing by the new exhibit Graphic Narratives and Comic Collections at Emory: Past, Present…

Graphic Narratives and Comic Collections at Emory: Past, Present and Future

  Graphic narratives are a growing area of study and literary expression. Graphic narratives provide a different experience than a prose narrative, and demand what some have called a “double literacy” of the visual and the written word. This exhibit focuses upon the expansion of Emory’s collections in in this genre, including comics and long-form…

Poet Marilyn Chin to give virtual reading to celebrate Women’s History Month

Award-winning poet Marilyn Chin will share her work in a virtual reading at Emory University on Sunday, March 13, at 3 p.m. The online reading, which is open to the public at no charge, also celebrates Women’s History Month. The event is part of the Raymond Danowski Poetry Library Reading Series founded by Emory’s Stuart…