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  • Ada Lovelace Day

    The LIT division, in partnership with SLU Codes; the Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science department; as well as the PQRC, will be hosting events on October 13th to raise awareness and commemorate the achievements of women in STEM fields.

  • Banned Books Week

    Banned Books Week (September 27th - October 3rd) is a week dedicated to promoting freedom of expression and the freedom to get access to information without restriction!

  • Mellon Grant Fellows

    Four members of the St. Lawrence University faculty have been selected for the Fall 2015 cohort of Digital Initiatives Faculty Fellowships, a pilot program designed to advance the use of digital tools and approaches in classroom settings.

Services & Technology

  • Leila Walker

    Please join us in welcoming Leila Walker, Assistant Director of the Crossing Boundaries grant and CLIR post-Doctoral Fellow.  Leila will help lead and administer the grant, create, coordinate and direct project activities, and build and manage content on the project website.

  • Open Access

    A collection of resources on the topic of Open Access is now available on the library's website.  It includes peer institution policies, definitions and ways to get involved.

  • research assistance

    Our research consultation program connects you with a librarian on the reference staff who can give you more extensive one-on-one help with a research paper or project.  We also have a new group of

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Special Collections

Special Collections is the place in the general library where we keep any items that are scarce, fragile, or valuable. Holdings include: printed books, journals, newspapers, maps, atlases, photographs, reports, diaries, correspondence, and more...

  • Born in 1909, Joseph Dobose entered military training in the U.S. Army in 1942. On June 13, 1944 he arrived in Greenock, Scotland. On August 10, 1944 he landed on Omaha Beach in Normandy.

  • Sol Feinstone, philanthropist, collector of Americana was born in Lithuania in 1888 immigrated to the United States in 1902 at the age of fourteen and died in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania on October 17, 1980.