Category: Faculty News

New librarians for music, business join Northwestern

The Northwestern University Libraries are pleased to welcome two new librarians to its staff: Emily Boyd has joined as a Business/Data Analytics Librarian. She...
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Promoting Open Science with Arch

Written by guest contributor and Digital Publishing Librarian, Chris Diaz Scientific journal articles only tell part of the story. When scientists, students, and industry...
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Meet Becca Greenstein, STEM Librarian

The Northwestern Libraries are happy to introduce Becca Greenstein, STEM Librarian and the newest addition to the Research and Learning Services team. As the...
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Meet Charla Wilson, University Archivist for the Black Experience

The Northwestern Libraries are happy to introduce Charla Wilson, the Archivist for the Black Experience at Northwestern. Wilson’s primary focus as archivist will be...
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Curious library: partnering with NPR and Chicago Collections to uncover local history

Chicago radio station WBEZ regularly airs the Curious City series, an ongoing exploration of Chicago history and customs. This week’s installment about the founding of Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood...
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Get to know a Digital Humanities Librarian: Josh Honn

The Northwestern Libraries employ over 70 librarians who specialize in areas such as rare books, area studies, digital scholarship, and archives. In this series,...
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Coming soon: custom research guides in your Canvas course!

Starting in Spring Quarter, you will see an enhancement integrated directly into your Canvas course sites: custom library research guides. Subject guides (AKA LibGuides)...
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“Untitled” (The End): an installation by Félix González-Torres

The following piece was written by guest contributor, Brian Leahy, exhibit curator and graduate student in Art History.   Félix González-Torres, born in Cuba...
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Get to know a Digital Publishing Librarian: Chris Diaz

The Northwestern Libraries employ over 70 librarians who specialize in areas such as rare books, area studies, digital scholarship, and archives. In this series,...
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