Fall 2015 issue of Fiat Lux

The Fall 2015 issue of Fiat Lux, the Library's newsletter, is now available online.

This issue features an essay on "possible dreams" by the new University Librarian Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, along with the honor roll of donors and highlights from 2014-15.

Jan 11, 2016 | Categories: Library News | agorden

First Year Students Photograph the Library

tables and chairs in philosophy library

Every Fall we ask the 90-100 students enrolled in Letters & Science 1 to go to a library they have never visited and post a photo of "something interesting," along with a caption.

What catches the eye of first year students?

Among other things:

  • well to do patrons and Horatio Alger (Business),
  • chess (Physics),
  • natural light (Law),
  • Joel Hildebrand (also a bookdrop; Chemistry),
  • lions's breath (EAL),
  • La Huerta (Ethnic studies),
  • prune research (Biosciences),
  • punk rock, Mozart, the Beatles, et al (Music)
  • Snoopy art (Optometry) and
  • "desk desk desk COLLABORATE!" (ENGI).

Check out the gallery on tumblr.

Post contributed by

Corliss Lee, Program Coordinator  & Tim Dilworth, Program Coordinator

Doe & Moffitt Libraries

Instruction Services Division

Dec 22, 2015 | Categories: Featured News | agorden

Winter Break Hours

Smiling woman among falling leaves

Winter break is just around the corner!

Most libraries on campus will be closed:

  • December 19 - 20, 2015
  • December 22, 2015 - January 3, 2016

We will reopen on Monday, January 4, 2016.

See full calendar for details.

Dec 11, 2015 | Categories: Featured News | agorden

Library Prize for Undergraduate Research Applications Open

Woman jumping up in joy

Proud of that research project you just finished?  Let's celebrate!

We encourage you to apply for a library research prize.  Research projects from all disciplines in written and digital formats are welcome.

The library recognizes up to 6 undergraduate students each year with cash awards of $750 to $1000 through the Charlene Conrad Liebau Library Prize for Undergraduate Research. We also honor the winners during a reception at the Morrison Library in May.

We're looking for undergraduate research that shows significant inquiry using library resources and demonstrates your learning process while conducting research.

The application process in a nutshell:

  • write an essay about your research process
  • provide a bibliography
  • include a letter of support from your professor
  • submit a written or digital version of your project

Research projects must have been for a credit course at UC Berkeley during the Summer or Fall of 2015 or in the Spring 2016 semester. For lower division students, projects done in Spring 2015 are also eligible

The submission period is open now and closes on April 14, 2016.

Dec 09, 2015 | Categories: Featured News | agorden

24 Hour Study Hall & Extended Hours

Woman using laptop and notebook

The Moffitt Library and the Gardner Main Stacks are open 24 hours a day through RRR and Finals week starting Monday, December 7th and ending Friday, December 18th at 10pm.

The Moffitt Microcomputer Lab and the Free Speech Movement Cafe will also be open round the clock for that period.

Doe Library will also offer extended hours:

  • Monday, 12/7 - Friday, 12/11: 8am - midnight
  • Saturday, 12/12 and Sunday 12/13: 9am - 9pm
  • Monday, 12/14 - 12/17: 8am - midnight
  • Friday, 12/18: 8am - 9pm

Take advantage of Night Safety services to get home safe and sound when you're out studying late in Moffitt,  Main Stacks, or Doe.

Dec 04, 2015 | Categories: Featured News | agorden

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