Use Google Scholar anywhere to find many (but not all) books and articles owned by the Grad Center library. Access Google Scholar via the Grad Center library proxy server and set up Google Scholar to recognize Grad Center resources. Then use links to get full text articles, to request CUNY books via CLICS, and . . . → Read More: Google Scholar for CUNY books, GC articles, ILL
The Eighteenth-Century Reading Room, located in room C196.05 in the Mina Rees Library of the CUNY Graduate Center, is proud to present a talk entitled “Reading about Africa in the Early Republic” by Prof. Jonathan Sassi (History, College of Staten Island, CUNY) on Friday, April 20, 2007 at 2:00 PM in the Reading Room. Seating . . . → Read More: 18th-Century Reading Room Guest Speaker Series
The library offers workshops on research skills and information resources throughout the year. To register, leave your name, contact information, and the workshop you wish to attend via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via voice mail at 212-817-7370.
Click here to see a complete list of workshops on library and information technology skills.
Introduction . . . → Read More: April Workshops
The library will maintain regular hours during the Graduate Center’s spring break. With the exception of Easter Sunday, April 8th, we will be operate on a normal schedule. The library will be closed on Easter.