Author Archives: Brian Shields

Thank You!

So much for our New Year’s Resolution about procrastination (don’t judge!). Here’s our New Year’s video and a salute to all the people — students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends, parents, and you, gentle reader — who help make the Sheridan … Continue reading

Calling All Freshmen: Help the Libraries Serve You Better!

You are invited to join the Student Advisory Committee (SAC) and help advise us on new and existing library services and policies. This group is chaired by Dean Winston Tabb and includes undergraduate and graduate students. Meetings are held twice per semester. … Continue reading

Updated library hours

The library (MSE and BLC) will be open from 7:30 AM until 9:00 PM until further notice. Please remember that the citywide 10 PM curfew remains in effect, and please continue to check the university’s emergency alert page for updates.

Calling All Bibliophiles: The Sweren Student Book Collecting Contest is Open!

The Betty and Edgar Sweren Student Book Collecting Contest recognizes the love of books and the delight in shaping a thoughtful and focused book collection. All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a degree program at Johns Hopkins are eligible … Continue reading

On-Site Borrowing: One More Reason to Love BorrowDirect

Do you occasionally find yourself in a community where you’d like to use the research library? Under a new pilot agreement, JHU students, faculty, and staff have on-site borrowing privileges at the following BorrowDirect institutions: Brown University, University of Chicago, … Continue reading

What a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive

The guest blogger for this post, Neil Weijer, is a Denis Curatorial Fellow at the Sheridan Libraries and a doctoral candidate in the Department of History. Weijer co-curated the Fakes, Lies, & Forgeries exhibition, which opens October 5 at the George … Continue reading

Life on Mars?

Visit C-level of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library to see a new installation about the search for life on the Red Planet. This permanent exhibit, curated by Emily Carambelas (A&S ’11), features instruments and soil samples donated to Johns Hopkins by Whiting School … Continue reading

The Collections of the Ivies+ Now at Your Fingertips

How would you like to be able to search and request books from the eight libraries of the Ivy League (Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale) as well as the libraries of the University of Chicago and … Continue reading

The Sweren Student Book Collecting Contest is Open!

The Betty and Edgar Sweren Student Book Collecting Contest recognizes the love of books and the delight in shaping a thoughtful and focused book collection. All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a degree program at Johns Hopkins are eligible … Continue reading

In Memoriam: Champ Sheridan

We are sad to announce the passing of R. Champlin “Champ” Sheridan, a member of the university’s class of 1952, trustee emeritus, 2007 recipient of an honorary doctorate of humane letters, and generous benefactor to the university and to the … Continue reading