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.
Tuesday, October 17 | 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Danforth Conference Room, CUC
Wednesday, October 3, 2018 | 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Hunt Library Lobby
The water for Hunt Library will be shut down on Monday, 9/25, at 4:30PM until Tuesday, 9/26, at approximately 8:00AM. This shutdown is required in order to replace one of the main valves in the CFA Lawn. All water in the building will be affected during this shutdown.
Please refrain from using any restrooms in the facility during this time. Restrooms are available for use in Baker Hall and the College of Fine Arts.
Engage with a global community of engineering students all over the world through friendly competition. Play individually or set up a team of maximum 5 players. Teams are not limited to one institution, you may form teams with engineering students from any school or university.
Carnegie Mellon University is the thousandth institution to select the Ex Libris Alma® cloud-based library services platform. Alma will be replacing the SirsiDynix Symphony® integrated library system.
Alma was selected primarily for its ease of use, its compatibility with other systems, and the flexibility of its analytics and reporting options. Through its user-friendly interface and integration with the university’s financial systems, Alma will greatly improve workflow efficiencies in account creation, billing, and other areas.