After the GSTI Career/Internship Fair, the Library can help you with career information. Our Career Collection includes several books for you: The Translator’s Handbook (CAREER P306S595) Faire traduire : guide à l’intention de ceux qui voudraient, devraient, doivent ou pensent devoir faire traduire mais ne savent comment s’y prendre (CAREER P306.6.G682 2004) How to Succeed [...]
The new Graduate Writing Center is now open! Now featuring drop-in hours Mon – Thurs 2-3 To make an appointment, sign up on the sign-up sheet located outside the Writing Center door at Simoneau House Hours of Operation: English: Monday – Thursday 2-8, Friday 10-2PM French: Tuesday 5-8, Thursday 3-6 Spanish: Monday – Wednesday 12-2 [...]
We’ve just received the first issues of 2 new journals. Sayyab Translation Journal is a brand new journal published in London. It’s focus is Arabic-English translation studies. You’ll find Volume 1, 2008 in the current issues section of our Periodicals Collection. Communication Education, published by Routledge, is a quarterly journal that looks at communication instruction [...]
Provost Amy Sands has announced the following: “A $1,000 Rev. William Sloane Coffin cash prize will be awarded to the MIIS student who writes the best anti-human trafficking essay. $500 will be given to the writer of the second-best essay. The award is named after the late remarkable civil rights and peace activist Chaplain at [...]
We’ve been getting lots of great new titles in for our reference collections, including these new sources for trade and marketing research: Commercial Atlas and Marketing Guide maps states and counties in the United States with business data and population trends. You’ll find it in our Reference Collection under G1019.R22. The new edition of the [...]
After almost 25 years, we have finally retired our antiquated security gate. When you walk into the library, you’ll see a new gate that allows you to enter or exit through either door. The front doors may now be opened automatically using the buttons located inside and outside the library.