Getting to Know U: Robert

By Robert L. Lisiecki We’ve made significant progress in our Getting to Know U series, and we’re not quite done yet. It’s time for another round. Like our previous posts, we’ll be introducing someone with a unique perspective. While the people at Gale U are all connected in some way, shape, or form, each person brings … Read more

Getting to Know U: Terrence

By Robert Lisiecki After a brief hiatus, it’s time for another installment of Getting to Know U. Today’s perspective will definitely be unique. Many of our previously featured individuals at Gale U have been undergraduate students or faculty. For this post, however, we’ll talk about Terrence, a graduate-level, African-American studies student.

Getting to Know U: Shannon

By Robert Lisiecki We’ve covered a variety of people in our Getting to Know U series, from a future lawyer, to a career changer, to a science professor, and more. It may seem like we’ve covered most of the bases, but we’re really just getting warmed up. Today, we’re going to discuss a student with … Read more

Getting to Know U: Tarek

By Robert Lisiecki The librarians, students, and faculty at Gale U need solutions that produce results. It’s not simply a matter of having something for the sake of having it. No, they have real needs and need resources to fulfill these needs. With that, it’s time for another edition of Getting to Know U. Today, Tarek, … Read more

Getting to Know U: Hiroshi

By Robert Lisiecki Welcome back for another edition of Getting to Know U. Today, we’re going to meet Hiroshi, a tenured professor of Materials Since in the Engineering Library. Before we get into Hiroshi and his needs, let’s define materials science. It’s an interdisciplinary field that deals with discovery and design of new materials. And, as … Read more

Getting to Know U: Noelle

By Robert Lisiecki It’s time for another rendition of Getting to Know U. Today, we’re going to look at nursing student Noelle and her specific challenges and solutions. While Noelle’s specific situation might not relate globally, her general predicament is quite relatable.  Noelle recently lost her job, and is going back to school to get … Read more