Congratulations on the beginning of your graduate studies at Northwestern University! Here at the start of this journey, we at Northwestern University Libraries are eager to share with you the ways we stand ready to be your partner in your research — from finding just the right database to making the critical connections that tie your discoveries together.
To get you started, we invite you to attend our annual Research Resources Forum on September 18. This program, presented in partnership with the Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences, The School of Communication, the Bienen School of Music, the School of Education and Social Policy, and The Graduate School, is a special introduction of library services for incoming doctoral students.
We invite you to join us join us on Monday, September 18 to discover the vast array of information resources and services available through the University Libraries.
Please register in advance (by September 11, 2017). Space is limited.
Other specially designed programs are listed in the attached guide. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Harriet Lightman or Geoff Morse, the librarian coordinators for the RRF. We hope to see you in the fall, and we wish you great success at Northwestern University.
Sarah M. Pritchard
Dean of Libraries and
Charles Deering McCormick University Librarian
Instructors are listed alphabetically by last name