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So pleased to have Bill Gates and representatives from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation visiting our campus and the University Library’s CURVE: Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment on June 12 to learn more about how Georgia State has … Continue reading
Students in Dr. Carmen Eilertson’s Biology 4687/6687 Surgical Anatomy course have been busy in CURVE – Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment this semester creating detailed 3D models of human organs from their cadaveric dissections. Cadaveric dissection is a critical … Continue reading
The Library recently hired Spencer Roberts as Digital Scholarship Librarian to provide consultation and support for digital projects, research, and publication. Conveniently located in CURVE on the 2nd floor of Library South, Spencer’s office is open to faculty, students, and … Continue reading
On March 27, the University Library welcomed a group of international researchers to CURVE (Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment) as part of the Global Partnership for Better Cities Conference currently wrapping up at our downtown Atlanta campus. Faculty researchers … Continue reading
It was one year ago today that the University Library welcomed distinguished guests including President Mark Becker, Vice President for Research & Economic Development James Weyhenmeyer, numerous student and faculty presenters, and approximately 120 attendees from the University and Atlanta … Continue reading