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The librarians at QCC author a blog about the library, the services we offer, reflections, and their research.

Farewell to the Chief! Professor Jeanne Galvin, Chief Librarian of Kurt R. Schmeller Library at Queensborough retires! Her legacy will not be forgotten! Read about it here:  Professor Jeanne Galvin: A Beacon of Leadership Through Stormy Seas

Professor Vikki Terrile writes about her PhD research around libraries and homelessness in Research Focus: The Long and Winding Research Road

Professor John Schriner writes about the wonders of linguistics in Research Focus: Computational Linguistics

Professor Madeline Ruggiero writes about authoring a book chapter in Research Focus: Active Learning Through Family Primary Sources

A parodical video called Nature does Open Access

Professor Bill Blick writes about his Research Focus: Various Research Endeavors 2022-2023-Professor Bill Blick

Professor Bill Blick writes about Walking the Fine Line: Leonardo Padura and 'Havana Noir'

Professor John Schriner puts together links to view the works of Jean-Luc Godard

Professor Vikki Terrile writes about the work of Barbara Ehrenreich

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Coronavirus-related preprint articles written by CUNY authors

COVID-19 Tracking Survey from the CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy