Now you can easily set up a Research Consultation with your subject librarian! If you need in-depth assistance in identifying and locating the resources most useful for your project contact your subject librarian! Use the “Schedule an appointment” link in Your Library Subject Specialist box on the LibraryTab in myRedDragon!
Your subject librarians and their subjects:
- Anita Kuiken: Health
- Dan Harms: Physical Education
- Gretchen Herrmann: Africana Studies, Anthropology, Asian Studies; Communication Studies, Economics, Gender Studies, Geography, Psychology, Sociology; Women Studies
- James Fitzgerald: English
- Lauren Stern: Biology, Chemistry, Kinesiology, Physics
- Lisa Czir: Early Childhood Education, Education,Educational Leadership, Foundations and Social Advocacy, Literacy
- Maaike Oldemans: History, Modern Languages, Performing Arts
- Rick Powell: Pre-Law, Sport Management, Recreation,Mathematics, Geology
- Sara Quimby: Art, Art History, Philosophy, Communication Disorders
Other options for getting assistance finding resources for your topic:
- Research Help desk @ the IRSC
- Call us @ (607) 753-2590 or (607) 753-2820 during library hours.
- Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Text a librarian during normal reference desk hours by simply sending a text to: 1-607-218-8585.
- Chat: Find the Chat box on the LibraryTab in myRedDragon!
- Connect with ASK US 24/7 to chat live with reference librarian 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. (only use this option when we are not available!).
SUNY Cortland’s Memorial Library will present a screening of the film “The Other City” on Tuesday, January 28th at 7:00 PM in Sperry 105.
In every city, there’s another city that visitors rarely see. But this other city isn’t just anywhere—it’s in Washington, D.C. The very city that is home to the capitol of the most powerful country in the world has an HIV/AIDS rate that is not only the nation’s highest, but rivals some African countries.
“The Other City” introduces us to the people who live in the shadow of the Capitol but remain almost invisible to the lawmakers and lobbyists who live there. It’s about politics and ideology, corruption and bureaucracy, and an epidemic that grew out of control while few people paid attention or cared.
The screening is a joint effort of Memorial Library and the Cultural and Intellectual Climate Committee (CICC). The CICC is an all-campus committee of faculty and staff appointed by the Provost. Each year members of the Committee choose a theme to frame a year-long series of lectures, discussions, film screenings, and art exhibits. This theme is meant to promote cultural life on campus and help the campus and Cortland community engage in discussions connected to issues relevant to today’s world. This year’s theme is Inter/Action.
HIV/AIDS is a world-wide health issue that affects not only our nation’s capitol but every community.
Please consider attending.
If you want to hide from the snow: curl up and read a good book! You can find our new titles at the Librarytab in myRedDragon: click the link “New Books at Memorial Library” in the left lower box “Library Links and Resources” and you will find an overview of our latest additions, organized by subject!
You can also browse the new books in the New Book shelves located on the second floor near the Instruction Resource Area (IRA).
Enjoy and stay warm!