The new furniture has arrived for the study space on the third floor of the Sciences Library!
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|Monday – Friday||9:00am – 5:00pm|
|Saturday – Sunday||CLOSED|
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Please pardon our mess. The Sciences Library is working to create more study space on the third floor. We’re taking down some empty shelves and moving in some new furniture. We’re looking forward to seeing it finished, but in the meantime, check out these photos of our progress.
Today, the movers have been at all three libraries.
They began today at Physics collecting the rest of the books and journals. Other movers brought these physics materials to Biological Sciences and the storage facility. Then, the books and journals brought to Biological Sciences has to be put back onto shelves.
Once the first crew was finished with Physics, they started moving the books and journals at Geosciences.
A third crew has continued to take down the shelving in physics all today. They discovered a group of books that have been hidden behind some shelves.
At 8:30 Monday morning, the movers started to haul some of the books and journals from Biological Sciences Library to the storage facility called Heinz Road Annex. This will make room in the building for the Physics and Geosciences collections.
Mishaps of the day:
1. Elevator at Biological Sciences quit working for about 20 minutes. It magically started working while the movers were on lunch and before the technician got there.
2. Someone also parked in spot so the moving trucks could not get out as easily.
While the movers were working, library students (Brandon, Kim, and Christine) moved the books remaining in Biological Sciences to make room for the books coming from Physics & Geosciences.
A lot was completed today.
- All the journals and books from Biological Sciences to storage were moved
- The remaining books in Biological Sciences were shifted to make room for Geosciences & Physics books.
We’re off to a great start! Good work everyone!