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Oviatt Library eNews Fall 2015

Featured: Connecting Communities through History

There are many stories to be told that connect our shared experiences within the greater Los Angeles community. By bringing history into the lives of the San Fernando Valley residents we strengthen our shared knowledge and build lasting connections.

The Oviatt Library has been selected to receive a competitive Latino Americans: 500 Years of History grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the American Library Association (ALA). The grant supports public programs during the upcoming academic year from September 2015 through April 2016.

Drop In Take Ten

What's Up: Drop In Take Ten

On October 20th professionals and students from a variety of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields will be taking part in the 3rd Annual “Drop In Take Ten” Speed Career Mentoring Event.

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Oviatt Spotlight: Research Fellows Program

The Oviatt Library will partner with Academic Affairs to present the 7th Annual Research Fellows Colloquium, an event collaboratively conceived by the Library, the colleges, and former University Provost Harry Hellenbrand.

Tony Gardner

Thanks and Recognition: Tony Gardner

You are invited to join University President Dianne F. Harrison, Library Dean Mark Stover, and a variety of Oviatt friends and donors as they gather together to celebrate and say thank you to Tony Gardner.  A longtime love for materials printed on hand operated presses, coupled with his continued affection for the Oviatt Library, inspired librarian emeritus and CSUN alumnus Tony Gardner to give back in a highly impactful way.

Rita Streimer

We Would Like You to Meet: Rita Streimer

The Oviatt joins with CSUN’s Alumni Association to honor Rita Streimer, a dedicated and invaluable Library volunteer whose connection to the campus and surrounding community spans more than half a century.

Dean Mark Stover

Message from the Dean: The Impact of Interconnectivity

Woodrow Wilson was a political science professor, president of Princeton University, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, and president of the United States.  In one of his presidential campaigns he used the slogan “The pen is mightier than the sword,” which should endear him to all those who love libraries.  But it is another quote from Woodrow Wilson that I want to focus on in this dean’s message.