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Investing in Students’ Careers

JFEW Grants Support Liberal Arts Internships and Science Fellowships at Stern Two grants from The Jewish Foundation for Education of Women are helping Stern College for Women students excel in their fields of study—from biology to art history to psychology and beyond. A new internship grant will support students pursuing unpaid internships in the liberal

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Revel Professor Steven Fine to Speak at USC Symposium

Revel Professor Steven Fine to Speak at USC Symposium

Most people believe that ancient Greek and Roman sculpture was colored white. Recent scholarship has shown that this assumption is incorrect, as the polychromy of ancient art has been revealed and reconstructed.

Revel professor Dr. Steven Fine has been at the forefront of this research in terms of the Roman and the Jewish past […]

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The Last Minute

On Monday evening December 15th, starting at 8:00 PM, the Library hosted “The Last Minute,” a four-hour pilot event designed to assist individual students with end-of-semester research projects and term papers.  Librarians and Writing Center Tutors were on hand on the third floor of the Mendel Gottesman Library Building for one-on-one consultation with students. The event marked a first time collaboration between the Library and the Wilf Writing Center, with support from the Student Life Committee and the Yeshiva College Student Association.   Writing Center tutors from both campuses contributed to the evening’s success.

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Linda Miles To Head ACRL/NY

Dr. Linda Miles, Public Services Librarian at Yeshiva’s Pollack Library, will become President of the Association of College and Research Libraries New York Chapter on January 1, 2015. As Vice President-President Elect of ACRL/NY, Linda recently chaired its 2014 annual symposium, The Academic Librarian in the Open Access Future. “ACRL/NY is a wonderful organization,” notes Linda, “providing first-rate professional development and networking opportunities to academic librarians from across the tri-state region. I look forward to taking on this new leadership role.” In her capacity as Public Services Librarian, Linda coordinates the library’s information literacy program and teaches research skills. She works closely with the First Year Writing and First Year Seminar programs at Yeshiva College.

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