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Special Displays & Collections
The Science & Engineering Library has created many special displays on a variety of topics including Revealing Hidden Figures: Meet the Women Who Put Man into Space, a 2017 physical display in honor of Black History Month and International Woman's Day to highlight the contributions and achievement of African-American women to space exploration and mathematics.
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2020, we created a virtual display of women engineers, entitled Remarkable Women in Engineering.
We also house the Dr. Caleb E. Finch Science Archive, a collection donated by University Professor of Gerontology, Dr. Caleb E. Finch, that explores the science of aging via archeology, history, anthropology, and biology.
The Science & Engineering Library Popular Reading Collection includes biographies, historical perspectives, and general reading (including "bestsellers") dealing with one or multiple science disciplines as a backdrop. This collection provides students with an opportunity to explore different subjects and catch up on popular reading while maintaining a focus on STEM.
Our virtual display, Jonas Salk and the Invention of the Polio Vaccine, to learn more about the history of variolation and what led to Salk's discoveries. Our STEM & Citizen Science virtual display highlights the importance of citizen science in generating interest in the sciences and advocates getting involved in local projects.