Please join me in welcoming the newest addition to the Branner Earth Sciences Library and Map Collections family, Andria Olson. Andria will join us on October 1st as the Assistant Map Librarian. Andria graduated from the Defense Language Institute with a specialization in Persian-Farsi. She received her BA in Art History from Arizona State University and will complete her Library & Information Science Master's in Historical Materials from Syracuse University in December 2018. Andria has been employed as a Library Information Specialist at the Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Stud
Blog topic: News
The Stanford Libraries have recently acquired a copy of Thomas Laird's Murals of Tibet, published by TASCHEN Books. This rare 498- paged item, measuring 19.7 x 27.6 inches and featuring a number of life-size reproductions of Tibetan Buddhist murals, is one of only a thousand copies produced.
The East Asia Library has recently purchased several important database collections of Western-language historical materials that are now available for Stanford users to access. These databases include documents digitized from collections held at the British Library, the Second Historical Archives of China, and a number of other libraries and archives.
With ten issues per year, the Science Library Newsletter publishes news from the Robin Li & Melissa Ma Science Library. Sign up to receive issues via email as they are published. Contents of the September 2018 issue:
On Tuesday September 18, 2018, the librarians and staff of the Science & Engineering Resource Group hosted an orientation and welcome session for new graduate students in the Mackenzie Room in the Huang Building. If you weren't able to join us or would just like to refresh your memory, the slides from our presentation are available here: 2018 Science & Engineering Graduate Student Orientation
We hope to see you in one of our branches soon!
Earlier this year we introduced our student workers and some of the projects they were involved in this summer.
We are happy to announce an update to one of the projects – the Road & Track Magazine collection.
Mimi Tashiro, Music Bibliographer, has announced her retirement from Stanford Libraries beginning September 21. Mimi is incredibly devoted and loyal to Stanford University having spent her entire career of just over thirty-eight years as a distinguished music librarian at the Stanford Music Library.