Congratulations to the Class of 2022 on your graduation! The Library has been honored to support you during your time on the Hilltop. We look forward to continuing to support you and your intellectual pursuits after you have graduated.
- Georgetown faculty, staff, and students can now publish open access articles in Cambridge University Press journals at no cost.
- Show off the projects you've made using Library resources.
- Lauinger Library is one of the Georgetown University sites displaying art from “Environmental Graphiti—The Art of Climate Change,” a series of digital paintings by artist Alisa Singer.
- A new Library exhibition showcases recent acquisitions in the University Art Collection, University Archives, Rare Books Collection, and Manuscripts Collection.
- Library experts will present several sessions at this year’s Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI). This year’s institute will take place in hybrid format May 23–26, and will center around the theme “Making Space.”
- Celebrate Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month with Lauinger Library's newest Recommended Reading display, located between the circulation and reference desks.
- After D.C. Public Schools set off a controversy in 2020 when it announced that it would rename Woodrow Wilson High School in the Tenleytown neighborhood, Kira Pomeranz developed a StoryMap to tell the story.
- After attending the 2021 Astroworld Festival, where ten people were killed in a crowd crush, Charles Hinnant used the Maker Hub to develop an emergency response tool to make large events safer.
- New at the Library this month: The papers of Robert M. Veatch, strategies for successful job interviews, and databases of Hispanic life.
- The Library's summer hours take effect May 23.