I wanted to take this time to report items that have come up this week as we prepare for August 2nd reopening. We are learning from the questions that come up about what to expect as more faculty and students return to campus.
We are happy to welcome back the BiblioTemps crew: Anne Moore (supervisor), Robin Feinland, Sally Barkan, Tera Ellefson, and Steve Walker. They returned onsite this week, resuming the BML inventory project.
The Center is pleased to announce that Dominic Hall, Curator of the Warren Anatomical Museum, is presenting as part of a special series of webinars being offered by the American Association for Anatomy on Anatomical Legacy Collections.
For the past several years, academic communities have been making efforts and investments to educate their faculty and staff about the necessity for diversity and the advantages of attracting a diverse workforce.
Juneteenth, observed annually on June 19, is a national holiday that commemorates the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States. Learn more about this important day and explore some ways to celebrate throughout the month.
There are some library opening items that have evolved since the last Town Hall meeting, and I want to use this weekly message to update you on our timeline given the HMS and Commonwealth announcements last week.