By Cheryl Branche, MLS, MD and Ajatshatru (A.J.) Pathak, MLS, MPH, Health Professions Library
Do you want to be a better researcher? Then register for a section of LIBR 100: Information Research in Fall 2016.
Please join us for our annual Library Day celebration on Wednesday, April 13 at 2pm in the Cooperman Library, 3rd Floor. We will enjoy an afternoon of celebrating faculty and student scholarship and achievements.
Guest Speaker Richard Goldstein, Adjunct Professor in the Department of English:
Save the date! Library Day 2016 is Wednesday, April 13 at 2pm, Cooperman Library 3rd Floor.
Guest Speaker Richard Goldstein (Adjunct Professor, English Department), rock critic and author of the recent memoir, Another Little Piece of My Heart: My Life of Rock and Revolution in the Sixties.
Faculty book signing
Student Awards: Paul LeClerc Research Paper Competition and the Charlotte Katz Millenson Book Review Contest
The Africana & Puerto Rican/Latino Studies Club student club at Hunter College and the Hunter College Libraries invite you to participate in our first Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Thursday, March 24, 2016.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, APRIL 8!
Write an essay! Win money!
Has a book ever changed your life? Tell us about it for a chance to win a prize!
First Prize Undergraduate or Graduate - $250 Gift Card
Second Prize Undergraduate or Graduate - $150 Gift Card
About the Contest: Tell us about a book you love and why. Your entry may be in the form of an essay or book review. There are no restrictions on the type or subject of the book. The important thing is that the book means something to you.
The Hunter College Libraries asks all faculty to please help us recognize exceptional work done by Hunter students by participating in the library’s annual Paul LeClerc Competition for Best Research Papers.
We have trial access to the following databases through October 15, 2015. Try them out and let us know what you think!
Welcome to the 2015-2016 Academic Year! We're happy to see you. You may have noticed that some things have changed at the Cooperman Library over the summer. Here's a short list of physical changes to Cooperman:
Floors 6 and 7 of the Cooperman Library are CLOSED for renovation until further notice.
Changes to Study Areas
Floors B2, B1, 1, 2, and 3 are now SILENT Study Floors
You can now view a complete list of publications by our faculty members online.