In our new blog, "Back in the Stacks," Cataloging Specialist Jan Hardy reviews notable works in our collection. In the first post, she reviews Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette, which recently filmed in various locations around Pittsburgh, including the CMU campus. Also reviewed in this installment is Douglas A.
On October 17, 2017, Rikk Mulligan, digital scholarship strategist with University Libraries, moderated a panel discussion titled "Creation and Consequence" with Jeffrey Bigham, an associate professor of human-computer interaction in the School of Computer Science; David Danks, head of the Department of Philosophy in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences; Barry Luokkala, a physics professor in the Mellon College of Science; and Molly Steenson, a professor of design in the College of Fine Arts.
The Bloomsbury Design Library offers searchable access to peer-reviewed reference works and cutting-edge academic research in the broad field of design and craft studies. Coverage includes The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design, World History of Design by Victor Margolin, over 60 eBooks, and over 100 designer pages.
The Carnegie Mellon University Libraries and the ETC Press are proud to announce the release of the original single, "Frankenstein’s Legacy: Four Conversations about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and the Modern World."
In recognition of the 200th anniversary of "Frankenstein" in 2018, next semester's Posner Center intern will research and install a Spring 2018 exhibit in the Posner Center on "Frankenstein" themes, showing how the novel is relevant to CMU today. The commitment is 15 hours a week for 15 weeks for a $3000 stipend. Submit your online application by 11:59 p.m. on November 27, the Monday after Thanksgiving. Apply now!
The University Libraries invites you to participate in Open Access Week 2017, an annual international event promoting open access to peer-reviewed work as a new norm in research and scholarship. To celebrate, the Libraries, which has organized Open Access Week activities on campus since 2010, is hosting three signature events. All events are in the Den in Sorrells Library.
In remembrance of CMU alumnus and Night of the Living Dead director George A. Romero, who passed away this summer, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries presents Legacy of the Dead: A Tribute to George A.
To ensure that the physical spaces of the libraries continue to enhance the quality of the CMU student experience, the University Libraries is seeking input on possible future changes to ur food policy. We know there are many sides to this issue, and so we are seeking the input of the community on this topic. Please fill out our “Food in the Libraries” survey before October 31, 2017.
Four new hires will strengthen the University Libraries’ support of teaching, learning, and research efforts in engineering and the sciences.
Frankenstein 200 Panel Discussion: “Creation and Consequence”
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 | 6:30 p.m.
Danforth Conference Room, Cohon University Center
Free to attend. Pre-registration requested.