Our own Michael Shochet, Head of Reference at Langsdale is featured in this issue of UB’s Alumni Magazine. The article, however, is not about Michael’s extraordinary research and sleuthing skills (which are known worldwide), but his prowess in Aikido. Check Continue reading What you might not know about Michael Shochet
Why does this game controller look like a phone? And what would you do with these numbers? Come find out at the end of semester game night in the Learning Commons lobby, December 1st from 6-10. Sponsored by Langsdale and Continue reading Dial 386 for FUN
Here are Langsdale’s holiday hours to help you plan your study schedule this week. We’ll be back in full swing on Monday. Have a great holiday!
Holiday billboards on Antique Row. From the BLI Collection. University of Baltimore has a brief holiday respite coming up this week– a perfect time to reflect on what is sparking joy for us in Langsdale Library Special Collections. To wit: We’re collaborating Continue reading The Joy of Archives
Published Nov. 16, Baltimore Business Journal featured Langsdale Library and our exciting renovations in an article by Melody Simmons. In it she interviews Lucy Holman, Dean of the Library, and Kurt Schmoke, UB President and former Baltimore mayor. The new Continue reading Langsdale: “the Intellectual Heart of the University”
Highlights from the Lidinsky Political Campaign Collection at Langsdale We are pleased to announce the addition of two new archival collections this fall: the Frank Lidinsky Political Campaign Collection and the Betty Garman Robinson Papers on community organizing. Both collections are Continue reading Newest Additions to the Archives
So many buttons! What is this mysterious thing? How do you use it? Come find out at the end of semester game night in the Learning Commons lobby, December 1st from 6-10.
Business, Psych, Criminal Justice, or any other APA major? Don’t miss this opportunity to demo APA Style CENTRAL for free during the month of November. The ALC will be hosting a walk-in clinic for students and faculty to explore the Continue reading APA Style Central Tutorials
November is National Career Development Month and Langsdale and running with the Career & Professional Development Center’s theme of Creating Career Connections. In addition to all the events offered by the Career and Professional Development Center listed here, Langsdale also has Continue reading November is National Career Development Month
On Wednesday October 26th, legendary DJ Scott “Scottie B” Rice visited UB to discuss the ethical challenges of working in the music industry. The event was sponsored by the University of Baltimore’s HoffbergerCenter for Professional Ethics. History Professor and author, Continue reading Love and Bmore Music, Unruly Ethics