You’re invited to a SPOOKY Halloween N I G H T ! 20 October, 2022 at 7:00pm Location: Shea Library Rm 204 Troy Campus, 2nd Floor Movie: Friday the 13th Cozy attire recommended!
Forgot something? Ask the Library Information Desk, we may have the item you need; for example, calculators and phone chargers. We also check out laptops for in-library use.
11 am April 27th Undergraduate Research Day Shea Learning Center Poetry Room & via Zoom If attending by Zoom, register by clicking here. The Rev Magazine Launch Poetry Reading Library Research Awards Ceremony Russell Sage College Helen Marx Harris ’26 Library Research Award Winners are: Undergraduate Papers Winner: Farkhondeh TajikPaper Title: Abraham and Limon: Breaking […]
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Course Instructor BIO 201/202 Kelli Tamvada ENG 248 Nathanael Green MAT 111/211 Deb Lawrence NSG 326 Gabrielle Rounds NSG 326 Victoria Greenwood NSG 425 Jill Ensminger OTH 567 Debra Collette PSY 248 Julie McIntyre RSC201 Ali Schaeffing RSC201 Barbara Cockfield RSC201 David Baecker RSC201 Sara Schuman SOC 260 Marisa Beeble WRT 101/201 Jennifer Morrill WRT […]
Thursday, April 21 › 9:30am–Friday, April 22 › 12:00pm Presented by The Women’s Institute at Russell Sage College and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research in Washington DC April 21-22, 2022 Russell Sage College Campus, Troy, NY–and available online by Zoom Webinar. What is the state of gender parity and women leadership in Europe and […]
To celebrate National Poetry Month, RSC’s Vernacular Magazine is presenting a workshop on April 19 & 21 on the first floor of the Albany Library. Stop by between 11:30 and 1:00 PM and create your own blackout poetry!!! All supplies are provided.
The RSC Libraries welcomes you to join us for an evening with Courtney Burnett, author of Difficult Gifts: A Physician’s Journey to Heal and Body and Mind. Wednesday, March 16, 2022 via Zoom, 6pm-8pm . Click here for more information. Click here to register. When Courtney Burnett, a young American physicianstudying medicine in Thailand, began […]
Monday, April 4 › 3:00pm–4:00pm Bush Memorial The Queer Collective and Critical Conversations Series in collaboration with the Pride Center of the Capital Region presents “Beyond the Binary”, a panel on LGBTQIA+ inclusive language featuring panelists: Nathaniel Gray (he/him) Aleca Pardo (they/them) Morgan Milhollen-Dukes (she/they) Trish Cellemme (she/her) Keith Jordan (he/him)
The RSC Libraries are accepting applications for the 2022-23 Open Educational Resources (OER) grant program. For more information and to apply, click here.