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  • Gwen Cunningham - new Science Librarian

    Please join us in welcoming Gwen Cunningham as St. Lawrence University's new (interim) Science Librarian.  Gwen offers instruction on the use of library resources for faculty and students in the sciences.  She is also responsible for the library services and collections of the Launders Science Library and provides reference services and research consultations for patrons of LSL.

  • New Green Bike

    The Green Bikes are now available for students, staff and faculty to borrow from the Science Library.  Visit the Green Bikes page for details.

  • research assistance

    Our research consultation program connects you with a librarian on the reference staff who can give you more extensive one-on-one help with a research paper or project.  We also have a new group of

Services & Technology

  • Yellow Pipe Room - new seating

    This summer the Yellow Pipe Room saw a major renovation. We rearranged the shelving, and by doing this created space for fifteen four seat tables along the room's windows.

  • digital

    The Libraries and Information Technology (LIT) division and the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, in conjunction with the Mellon Humanities Grant, partner with faculty to develop projects which feature innovative approaches and creative uses of digital technologies.

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Special Collections

Special Collections is the place in the general library where we keep any items that are scarce, fragile, or valuable. Holdings include: printed books, journals, newspapers, maps, atlases, photographs, reports, diaries, correspondence, and more...

  • George S. Parsons (1843-1927) was a lifelong resident of Gouverneur, NY who served in the 1st U. S. Volunteer Calvary from 1861-1862. After his service in this company Mr. Parsons joined the 11th N. Y.

  • August 1820 letter from the Brown/Kirby Fimily Papers

    Jacob Jennings Brown founded the village of Brownville NY. After outstanding service during the War of 1812, he was made general-in-chief of the army, a position he held until his death.