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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Sarah Newton, a conservation technician, places Andy in the base of the custom-made case she designed and created for the pint-sized robot. Photo courtesy: L. A. Cicero, Stanford News Service

The Stanford News recently published a photo essay of the Stanford Libraries Conservation Lab.

"In the Conservation Lab of Stanford University Libraries, every story has a happy ending.

Each story begins with the arrival of a university treasure – a rare book, map, serial or manuscript that needs repair, or a one-of-a-kind object that needs a custom-made box.

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Mark your calendars! Stanford's GIS Day celebration is coming! Wednesday, November 18th we will have a full day of talks, demos and workshops, as well as great food and fun, to celebrate GIS and the work of the Stanford Geospatial Center.
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The university is conducting a staff engagement survey between October 12 and 30, 2015. I’d like to encourage you to participate if you have not completed the survey already.

The survey results will be used to drive strategic planning and decisions related to the workplace, both locally and institutionally, for years to come, as they will reflect the collective staff experience and show what is working well and what needs improvement.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

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The latest Stanford Presidential Lecture website was published recently, highlighting upcoming lecturer Marilynne Robinson, excellently written and curated by Rebecca Wingfield, Stanford University Libraries' Curator for British and American Literature.

You can find this unique collection of writings (including Rebecca's essay, selected bibliography, and selection of excerpts of Robinson's work) on Stanford's Presidential Lectures in the Humanities and Arts website.