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End-of-Semester Building Hours

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Interterm HoursWith the end of the semester comes the end of 24-hour access to Gelman Library.  24-hour access to Gelman Library is not available during the summer, but all of our online resources are available 24-hours a day to our current students, faculty and staff. Gelman will resume 24-hour access at the beginning of the Fall semester.  

 

Interesting Find in the Collection: NEA Travels to Russia

In 1959, National Education Association Regional Vice-President Allan M. West visited the Soviet Union to evaluate its educational system. He was only one of 7000 US citizens to visit the communist country that year. He made the trip so he could evaluate first-hand the Soviet educational system. The NEA Collection, housed in Gelman Library's Special Collections, contains records and photographs from that trip. Here we see some schoolchildren posing for the camera.

Lockers Now Available on the 4th & 5th Floors

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gelman lockersLooking for a secure spot to store small items while you are on campus? Gelman Library now offers lockers on the 4th & 5th floors for reservation by any GW student.

Faculty Call for Posters on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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Faculty Call for PostersScholarship on Teaching and Learning (SoTL) is a growing area of research and discussion at top universities across the country, and we are excited to be joining their ranks through this inaugural effort.

The Eckles Prize for Freshman Research Excellence

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The Eckles PrizeFreshmen: Is your paper so good it should win a prize?  It just might if you submit it for The Eckles Prize for Freshman Research Excellence

GIS Software & Assistance Available at Gelman

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Would your data make more sense shown on a map?  Do you need to statistically analyze data over space?  

Principles of Graphic Design

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Principles of Graphic DesignWednesday, March 30
10:00am to 11:30am 
Gelman Library, Room 300

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