Library Highlights

What we are reading guide

What We're Reading Spring 2018

Check out this semester's list of librarian picks and new books related to climate fiction.

Welcome Casey Koons!

Introducing Casey Koons who recently become our new Scholarly Communications Librarian. Among the numerous and varied responsibilities of library faculty, he  will collaborate with others to plan, implement, coordinate, promote and assess a variety of local scholarship related informational services, serve as the libraries’ principal resource in the planning, management, and coordination of intake and making accessible local scholarship, as well as developing services to enhance access to local scholarship.

Casey brings a breadth of experience, holding degrees in Philosophy, Comparative Religion, and Library and Information Science. He has worked as an Emerging Technologies Librarian, in media instruction, a public library director, and as an Americorps volunteer. In his free time he codes and tinkers with electronics and is a game enthusiast.

Get your passport at the library

Passports: New and Renewed at the Library!

Did you know you can get your passport at Moon Library? Check out the Passport Guide for all the details.

Climatewire and Greenwire

Environmental and Energy Policy News

Looking for comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets? Check out  Greenwire, Climatewire, Energywire and more.

EFB 202 students and faculty posing together.

Congratulations 2017 Cranberry Research Symposium Winners!

The results of the 2017 Cranberry Lake EFB 202 Research Symposium are live on our Digital Commons!

Ecological Monitoring and Biodiversity Assessment (EFB202) is the one of the keystone courses in the Environmental and Forest Biology curriculum. Students enrolled in this immersive course live at the Cranberry Lake Biological Station for three weeks. During the first two weeks of the course, students study a wide variety of taxonomic groups of organisms, and are introduced to a broad range of field, laboratory and analytical methods. Students then complete a group research project during the third and final week of the course. The research projects require proficiency in field sampling methods, basic experimental design and statistical analysis, and the ability to cooperatively solve problems. The course culminates in a research symposium during which groups present their findings to their peers and a panel of judges.