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The manager of the Maker Hub knows stylish eyewear—and the art of making interesting things.
April is National Poetry Month, and there are many ways to celebrate.
As the end of the semester approaches, take advantage of one of the most useful and time-saving services the Library offers: one-on-one consultations, offered via Zoom.
The vivid and colorful designs of Cuban film posters are the stars of the Library exhibition Soy Cuba: The Film Poster in Cuba.
Georgetown’s summer session, and a welcome return to in person classes, is right around the corner, and the Library can help you prepare readings and assignments for your courses.
A Library digital scholarship collaboration with the Georgetown University Medical Center will help researchers acquire existing HIV survey data for use in their own studies.
Thousands of glass plate lantern slides created by an early Jesuit photography expert, held in storage for nearly a century, will be preserved for future researchers thanks to a project currently underway in the Woodstock Theological Library.
While computers in the Blommer Science Library are not currently available for use, the software that science students need is available on computers at Lauinger Memorial Library.
As a coastal city with an average elevation just a few feet above sea level, Miami is already being affected by climate change and its attendant rise in sea levels. A new StoryMap, Confronting Climate Change, examines how these changes are driving gentrification in Miami.
Learn how volunteers helped move nearly half a million books to prepare for Lauinger Library’s opening, how its collection exploded in size, and how it expanded into virtual and augmented reality in a newly available brochure.
The Library is pleased to announce that Georgetown students, faculty, and staff now have remote access to a variety of software applications through the web-based tool Nutanix Frame.
If you are a graduate student preparing to submit a thesis or dissertation, the Library has several resources available to help you navigate the process.
Our librarians are research experts who regularly provide one-on-one consultations to faculty and students to aid in all phases of a research project. But there’s another option if you’ve got questions but don’t need or want a full consultation: Our librarians can also receive and answer research questions by email.
The Library’s newest exhibit celebrates the 60th anniversary of the first woman to graduate from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business.
Georgetown’s Fall 2020 Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) are now available in DigitalGeorgetown.
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Charles Marvin Fairchild Memorial Gallery
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