This year's Education honors students have successfully published their theses in the Stanford Digital Repository. Earlier honors theses (dating back to 1996) are available in a paper format in the Cubberley Education Library.
The University Archives is pleased to announce the acquisition of a major addition to the Steven Chu papers. The materials, spanning Chu's career, consist of correspondence, research and subject files, teaching files, awards, and posters.
Many Stanford folk will be away from campus this summer, but that doesn’t mean giving up the chance to listen to great music or watch streaming music videos.
Green Library will be hosting a study break for students on Sunday, June 9, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm featuring two awesome dogs, Oliver and CeeCee. Come enjoy some healthy snacks and play with the dogs! We'll be outside the main entrance of Green facing the red fountain.
Stanford University Press will hold an overstock book sale, today, Tuesday, June 4 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. There will be lots of books to browse and buy. Paperbacks will sell for $5; cloth bound for $10. The sale takes place at Koret Park, between Green and Meyer libraries.
The Digital Production Group recently finished digitization of the Musical Acoustics Research Library collection and the content is now online. This collection consists of independent archives or libraries assembled by distinguished groups or individuals in the field of musical acoustics research. MARL is comprised of the Catgut Acoustical Society Library, the Arthur H. Benade Archive, the John Backus Archive, and the John W. Coltman Archive.