Official press release:Six Firms Presented Concepts A competition to select a design for a major renovation to the University of Baltimore’s Langsdale Library was won by Behnisch Architekten of Boston, following a series of presentations on Jan. 15 for improving Continue reading Behnisch Architekten Wins Design Competition for Major Renovation to Langsdale Library
via Wikipedia I’ve never been much of a cheerleader for technology: a Luddite with an iPhone, a friend once called me; a technologically proficient skeptic with a Facebook account. I’m not sure what that says about me, about my convictions Continue reading Luddite with an iPhone
Have you ever noticed the ‘recommendations for you’ section on many retail webpages, and do you wonder how the items are chosen? Well, if you go by Amazon, you’ll have to do some mind meld with the techies in that Continue reading Recommended for YOU
Breaks in the academic calendar are important in Special Collections because they allow time for in-depth research. It’s common for faculty and graduate students to take advantage of their time outside the classroom to develop theses, dissertations, peer reviewed articles, Continue reading Academic Syncopation
Growing up, my best friend was (and still is) Bharathi Vallalar. We were two years old when we first met. The story goes, I was sitting inside the rinky-dink apartment I called home, staring off into space and feeling suffocated Continue reading It’s Not Rosetta Stone, but…
You may have seen on UB’s homepage that there is a design competition for Langsdale next week. Next year, Langsdale will be across the street in the Learning Commons as we have the building you know and love spruced up! Continue reading Langsdale gets a facelift!