The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce the appointment of Megan Fratta as the Community Outreach and Global Health Librarian, effective June 4. Director of the Health Sciences Library, Dr. Mani, says Megan’s integration into the HSL team promotes the library’s mission of extending our reach to our community…
[caption id="attachment_10899" align="alignleft" width="267"] Meg Zomorodi, clinical associate professor in the School of Nursing, will lead Carolina’s new Office for Interprofessional Education and Practice, housed in the Health Sciences Library.[/caption] The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently announced it has established a new Office of Interprofessional Education…
Welcome to our new and returning faculty, staff, and students! In our endless quest to improve how we serve you, we’ve made a few changes to our resources and services. Here’s a summary of those improvements. Accelerate your systematic reviews! The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce that it…
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to exhibit quilts from Susanna Stewart of Quartz Hill Quilts. The quilts are located on the first, second, and fifth floors of the library.
“I learned to sew as a child, and went through years of making clothes for myself that never seemed to…
The University Libraries welcomed a group of young scholars eager to learn more about the history of medicine, with a special focus on medical history in North Carolina. The John Hope Franklin Young Scholars Program, a collaboration between Duke University and students from Durham Public Schools, sent 24 6th -…
The Health Sciences Library is happy to welcome new and returning faculty, staff and students to UNC-CH! A few things have changed that we wanted you to be aware of: New to HSL? Check out our Quick Tip guide (including new HSL Orientation Videos) to help you get to…