Humanities for STEM: Using Archives to Bridge the Two Cultures Divide

Two-Year Research Collaborative from the NYU Center for the Humanities

Symposium registration is open!

Registration is now open for the Humanities for STEM Symposium. Please click this link to register: Humanities for STEM Symposium registration You will be prompted to select a date first, then will be taken to the Register button.  From there, you… Continue Reading →

New York Academy of Medicine Archives Visit

    On January 19, 2018, collaborative member and Librarian Arlene Shaner and Rare Books Curator Anne Garner hosted us at the New York Academy of Medicine Library and Archives. The Rare Book and Manuscript Collection contains archives documenting the history… Continue Reading →

New York Transit Museum Archives Visit

On November 3, 2017 the collaborative visited the New York Transit Museum Archives at the new Gabrielle Shubert Research Center in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Archivists, Rebecca Haggerty and Desiree Alden-Gonzalez, hosted us. During our visit we toured the 14,000 square foot collections storage… Continue Reading →

Columbia University Health Sciences Archives Visit

On October 13, 2017 the Research Collaborative visited the Columbia University Medical Center Health Sciences Archives and Special Collections located in the Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library. Stephen Novak, Head of Archives and Special Collections, hosted the group. During… Continue Reading →

Year 2 Kick-Off

Welcome to Year Two of Humanities for STEM! Lindsay welcomed our new members with a quick introduction of the collaborative goals and an overview of our year two objectives and visits.   Following Lindsay’s introduction, Zakiya reviewed the spring 2018 symposium… Continue Reading →

End of the Year Reception

We have officially finished the first year of our two-year research collaborative and we celebrated with an end of the year reception on April 26, 2017. Thank you to all who presented, attended, and engaged in Q&A. Lindsay started off with… Continue Reading →

Stevens Institute of Technology Archives Visit

On March 24, 2017 the Research Collaborative visited the Stevens Institute of Technology Archives and Special Collections housed in the Samuel C. Williams Library. Leah Loscutoff, Head of Archives and Special Collections and collaborative member, hosted the group. Our visit included… Continue Reading →

Surveys, Soliciting Papers, and Saving Climate Change Data

As the primary goal of this collaborative is a culminating symposium in the spring of 2018 surrounding the ways in which the use of primary sources and archival materials can support and enhance scholarship and education in the sciences, we… Continue Reading →

New Semester, Updated Member List

With the start of a new semester, we were able to add a three new members to the group.  Welcome, Deena Engel, Anton Borst, and Zakiya Collier! Our membership for Spring 2017 is: Lindsay Anderberg Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Librarian and Poly… Continue Reading →

Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in Archives and STEM

To explore the theme of diversity, inclusion, and social justice in archives and STEM, we first broke it down into the parts we knew best.  I (Lindsay) gave a brief overview (link to slides) of these issues as they relate… Continue Reading →

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