It appears that plagiarism is still alive and well, perhaps booming, in this economic downturn. The Chronicle of Higher Education has a fascinating article on the story of one international paper mill.
The National Council of Public Historians awarded the Baltimore ’68 Riots and Rebirth Conference with the 2009 NCPH Outstanding Project Award for excellence in work that contributes to a broader public reflection and appreciation of the past and that serves Continue reading Langsdale and Baltimore ’68 honored by National Council of Public Historians
In celebration of National Library Week, Langsdale Library will be hosting 2 events in the Langsdale Auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public. On Monday, April 13th at 5:30pm, Langsdale Library will host a showing and discussion of Continue reading National Library Week Events April 13 and 15
Citizen Schaefera Maryland Public Television documentary on UB Alumnus and former Mayor and Governor William Donald Schaefer aired last Monday and will air again Wednesday, April 8 at 9 PM on MPT. (see: www.mpt.org/schedule/series.cfm?series_id=17520#201592 ) This documentary makes excellent use Continue reading Langsdale’s Special Collections are being put to good use