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Ashley Jester

Ashley Jester named as new Assistant Director in SERG

January 29, 2018
by Robert Schwarzwalder

Ashley Jester will assume the position of Assistant Director in the Science and Engineering Resource Group (SERG) on February 1st. In this position she will manage the Terman Engineering Library and the Li and Ma Science Library. The establishment of this position is part of a reorganization of SERG that was conducted in a response to the consolidation of STEM libraries at Stanford. The new Assistant Director position parallels the position held by Julie Sweetkind-Singer in her role as Assistant Director, Geospatial, Cartographic & Science Data Services.

Gil Mendez retiring

January 10, 2018
by Sarah Forzetting

black and white photo of Gil Mendez with camera

After almost 20 years in the Payments Unit, Gil Mendez is retiring from Stanford Libraries. Please drop by the Lathrop Library 4th floor before Friday, January 12 to congratulate and wish him well.

Stanford Libraries staff anniversary honorees 2017

December 19, 2017
by Kimberly R. Kay

Well over 200 staff members attended the annual Stanford Libraries Holiday Party on December 18th at the Schwab Center.  Good food, drinks, and fun were in abundance! In addition to providing an opportunity to celebrate the past year, the holiday party is a time for University Librarian Michael Keller to recognize staff celebrating employment anniversaries. Congratulations to all!

35 years

Rene Aguirre
Access Services Department

Guadalajara Book Fair 2017 event logo

Guadalajara’s International Book Fair, 31 Years Strong

December 6, 2017
by Adan Griego

In its 31 years, the Guadalajara International Book Fair / Feria Internacional del Libro (FIL) has become the most important book event in the Spanish-speaking world showcasing the hemisphere’s publishing output and hosting multiple panels: from author readings to round table discussion on current events. Opening every Thanksgiving weekend, FIL received over 800,000 visitors by the time it ended on December 3rd.

Grateful Dead concert contact sheet

Grateful Dead in the Bob Fitch contact sheets

December 5, 2017
by Gurudarshan Khalsa

This is a guest post from Bob Fitch Project Archivist, Gurudarshan Khalsa.

We recently completed digitizing the many contact sheets in the Bob Fitch Photography Archive. Thanks Griselda Mercado!  And thanks to Michelle Paquette and the team at the Digital Library Systems and Services, the contact sheets are now available online. The Bob Fitch Photography Archive consists of the work of photojournalist and activist Bob Fitch documenting the civil rights movement, farmworkers movement, peace movement and other social justice causes from the 1960s to the mid-2000s.

Concierge Keys

Concierge tours: Hoover Institute's new space and Law Library

December 4, 2017
by Ellie Buckley

Please join us for two Concierge Tours in December 2017!

The Hoover Institution will be hosting tours to show us their recently-finished space. Please sign up for one of the two times below. Tours are limited to 15 participants and will begin in the Hoover Courtyard.

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