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.
As you heard in this week’s Countway Library town hall, we are awaiting a message from Harvard University and Harvard Medical School regarding revised COVID-19 guidelines as a result of the recent changes within the Commonwealth’s COVID-19 protocols announced by the Governor last week.
The month of May is a time of transition for students no matter where they are in their educational process. For some it's a smooth evolution, but for others it can be a stressful juncture that stirs up anxiety. Here are some ways to help manage your stress and support your mental health during this pivotal time.
Countway Library has a host of services specific to the study of dental medicine. Learn about our dedicated Library Liaison to the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, our wide-ranging collections and research guides, and how the Center for the History of Medicine can help connect you with historical dental medicine resources.
The purpose of this week’s message is to update you on the progress we are making regarding creating a library wide plan for remote work. We have gathered the library staff feedback/request forms and are compiling the information into a comprehensive spreadsheet.
Join us for the first-ever enhanced Zoom presentation of portions of N. Lynn Eckhert,'s one-woman play, A Lady Alone. Following the production, Dr. Eckhert will be joined by both featured actress Christine Farrell and director Kevin Confoy, both theater professors at Sarah Lawrence College, for an interactive discussion about Dr. Blackwell’s historical relevance to women in medicine.