Drexel Library's Dean Danuta Nitecki has been profiled in the Bridge, the iSchool's biannual magazine. Read the profile and find out why we are all so proud and excited to have Nitecki as our new dean.
Library staff are just about the nicest people on Earth--at least that's what we like to think.To honor library workers, we've put up a new exhibit on one of librarians' favorite topics: books. Come check it out near Hagerty's atrium and learn all about the books that changed the lives of Drexel Library's staff members.
Join Dean of Libraries and others for a conversation about the Drexel Libraries and ways it can support your learning beyond the classroom. Your comments will contribute to a series of conversations facilitated by Scott Bennett next week to help envision the future of the campus libraries.
Last week Provost Mark Greenberg announced that Dr. Danuta Nitecki has been named Drexel's new Dean of Libraries. We couldn't be more excited for her January arrival.
Click here to read the full text of Greenberg's announcement, and to learn more about our new dean.
Welcome, Dr. Nitecki!
After a six month search Drexel's Provost Mark L. Greenberg announced the appointment of Dr. Danuta Nitecki as Dean of Libraries. We eagerly anticipate her arrival in January 2010.
Please join us in welcoming Danuta Nitecki to Drexel.
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