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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

by Zeynep Buyukonal

Falconer Biology Library is pleased to welcome Jeanette Kalchik as the new Circulation/Acquisitions Specialist.

Jeanette will primarily be responsible for the processing of new monographs, assisting at the Circ Desk, and maintaining the library website. She will be involved with various collections projects as we prepare for the move into the Combined Science Library.

create:space poster

create:space Grand Opening
Thursday, April 10, 2014, 4:00-8:00PM
Meyer Library, Second floor

Academic Computing Services invites you to join us for the grand opening of create:space. The create:space is an open makerspace for the Stanford community and a destination spot for Stanford's thinkers, artists, makers and doers.

Staff loading newspapers on to new shelving at Newark.
by Mimi Calter

The overflow collections that are housed in SAL-Newark have had a significant shelving upgrade. Late last year, SUL Facilities initiated a project to relocate and repurpose shelving that was originally purchased for the overflow warehouse set up during the SAL3.2 buildout. The shelving is not only almost new, but also much deeper than the original Newark shelving, and thus better able to accommodate the newspapers housed in Newark. The deeper shelving allows for a much more efficent layout, with both increased shelving capacity and wider aisles.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

by Katie Keller

Opening on April 3rd, an exhibition of architectural models created by Stanford students in Intermediate Studio will be on display. Taught by Allison Williams in winter quarter 2014, the students' assignment was to design the future School of Architecture to be located on the Stanford campus, near the Panama Street and Via Ortega intersection. Curated by Veronica Stamats, a sophomore majoring in Architectural Design (AD), this exhibition features ten models, including her own. She says that last year’s model show inspired her to declare an AD major!

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