Discover some of our subject librarians' favorite resources in our "Best of Reference" series. Each week you will find a variety of selected reference materials from our collection that are specific to one subject area. This week, we focus on Elaine Lasda's selections for Social Welfare.
Discover some of our subject librarians' favorite resources in our "Best of Reference" series. Each week you will find a variety of selected reference materials from our collection that are specific to one subject area. This week, we focus on Cathy Dwyer's selections for Public Policy.
Summer classes have begun and we here at Dewey are still here to provide whatever services you need - whether it be a cool spot to study for summer classes or a reference appointment with your subject librarian. Keep reading to find out our summer hours and how to schedule an appointment with your subject librarian.
Did you know the scaffolding and the mesh protecting the stained glass windows have been removed from the Dewey Graduate Library? The scaffolding around the library and at the front entrance was removed last week. Some construction is still ongoing, but the Dewey renovation is 95% complete!
Last month, Good Morning America came to film part of an interview with Paula O'Neil and Chantel Batuk at the Dewey Graduate Library. O'Neil and Batuk are a mother-daughter duo getting their undergraduate degrees from UAlbany's School of Social Work this weekend. The interview underscores the importance of family, education, and perseverance.
Stress Less at the Dewey Graduate Library! With exams around the corner, we want to remind you not to stress! This May, the Dewey Library will be featuring study break stations and events throughout the last week of classes and the exam period.
Traditionally, when we thing of leaders in the workplace, we think of managers and directors, but this is not always the case. Managers and directors are not always ideal leaders, but even if they are, that does not mean that lower level staff are incapable of filling leadership roles. Keep reading for tips on professional development and researching leadership skill within the library setting.
As with any academic field, it is essential to have a grounded understanding of research methods in criminal justice. This includes quantitative and qualitative research strategies, but also moral and ethical concerns, especially when you're working with vulnerable populations and communities. Keep reading to learn more about what resources are available through Dewey.
Interested in sharpening your research skills, mastering resources available through the library, or streamlining your studies with new technology skills? We've got you covered with a variety of free workshops! Read on for this week's offerings.
Dr. Eunju Lee will receive the President's Award for Exemplary Public Engagement for her work on the New York State Kinship Navigator Demonstration Project on April 25. Keep reading to find out more about Dr. Lee, her project, and books that inspired her career path.