Travelogue: MSE Library

Looking for the scholarly and the social heart of the Homewood Campus? Look no further than the Milton S. Eisenhower Library.

Scholarly heart? Named in honor of the 8th president of the university (and the brother of Dwight Eisenhower), MSEL is the university's principal research library, with over 3.7 million books, almost 900 databases, over 70,000 electronic resources, and an extensive collection of rare books and manuscripts. Its rich holdings are available to students and faculty of all divisions, and a cadre of expert reference librarians are available to help with research needs.

Social heart? The library is the home-away-from-home for JHU students, especially during exams. We're open 24/7 during the semester, and offer group study space, as well as quiet study areas. Cafe Q offers a place to relax with friends, as well as a place to meet with faculty for formal and informal discussions.

About Margaret Burri

Associate Director for Academic Liaison and librarian for the History of Science and Technology.

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