Twenty seven students and two instructors from Catholic University Library School’s Art and Museum Librarianship Institute were hosted by the Smithsonian's two libraries in Suitland, Md. on May 21st. The more »
Category: Education and Outreach
On March 24, the Libraries welcomed eighteen Kent State University MLIS graduate students for a one-day tour. After receiving an overview from Assistant Director Martin Kalfatovic, the students broke into more »
Grab some popcorn and enjoy. The soundtrack is the Smithsonian Polka.
Today the Smithsonian Institution is celebrating “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work,” an opportunity for staff to bring their children into the museums and research centers for hands-on learning. more »
The Libraries will award grants to Dibner Library Resident Scholars and Baird Society Resident Scholars in the 2010 academic year. These competitive short-term grants are offered for one to six more »
Leonhard Euler, an eminent mathematician and physicist, was born this day, April 15, in 1707, in Basel, Switzerland. According to Ronald S. Calinger, a Professor of History at the Catholic more »