The University Libraries have installed two Bloomberg Terminals in the libraries (one at Hunt and one at Sorrells).
Trial the following databases:
- African American Newspapers: African American Newspapers: Freedmen's Record
- Women's Suffrage: The New Citizen, 1909-1912, The Western Women Voter, 1911-1913, The Remonstrance, 1890-1913.
- America and World War I: American Military Camp Newspapers
This exhibit tells the story of the early performances of “Water Music,” as well as Handel’s “Messiah,” which, this year, are celebrating their 300 and 275th anniversaries, respectively.
On display through May 31, this exhibit offers a rare opportunity to view these tiny creations up close, including titles such as “Red Riding Hood,” “The Raven,” and “Life and Work of Beatrix Potter.”
The Posner Fine Arts Foundation funds internships for Carnegie Mellon University students to do individual research in the Posner Memorial Collection and prepare exhibits. Learn more and apply for the opportunity to research and create an exhibit of your own in the Posner Center.
Help us name Carnegie Mellon’s new research repository and get a chance to win $500 in research/travel grants or piece of technology.
University Libraries has acquired AccessEngineering from the well-known publisher McGraw-Hill.
Announcing new circulation policies from University Libraries: unlimited renewals, increased loan periods and expanded partnership with University of Pittsburgh.
A transformative renovation of the Sorrells Engineering & Science Library in Wean Hall has significantly expanded the amount of space to support student learning needs. The renovated library re-opened at 8 a.m., Jan. 17 and a grand opening is planned for February.
As of Jan. 17, final tweaks are still being made to the space, including:
Your phone is dead but you left your charger at home. What do you do? Oomf it! The library now offers Oomf device chargers at various locations in Hunt Library. Read the FAQ.