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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

by Glen Worthey

Stanford Libraries veteran Charles Kerns has recently published Oaxaca Chocolate, the second novel in his "Santo Gordo Mystery" series.  (We reviewed the first book in the series, Santo Gordo: A Killing in Oaxaca, a few years ago in this same space.)

Not only is the new Santo Gordo mystery a great read: it was also recently chosen by the prestigious Kirkus Review as one of its "Indie Books of the Month" selections, accompanied by an appreciative review.

The University has created a new website, Stanford Profiles, to support faculty and to facilitate their research activities by extending to other schools, institutes and administrative units on campus the Community Academic Profiles (CAP) system that has been available to School of Medicine faculty since 2004. 

by Mattie Taormina

From May 1st to August 29th, Special Collections will open at 8 a.m. Monday through Friday instead of our usual 10 a.m. start time. Melissa Pincus has been hired to work our front desk during this test period and see how patrons respond to the earlier start time. Melissa comes to us from the University Archives where she worked on processing the Shockley Papers and she currently works part-time as a reference librarian at Menlo College.

While we are opening the room earlier in the day, it is important to note that the page schedule from SAL2 and SAL3 remains the same (10 a.m. for SAL3 and 12 noon for SAL2).

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Stanford Quad corner and column

SUL has the following new positions this week:

Acquisitions Editor, SU Press, Stanford University Libraries (#62645)

 
For a complete description of open positions within SUL, go to the Stanford Library Jobs page.
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