Let’s Talk About Data

Welcome to Love Data Week! If you haven't participated before, Love Data Week is the international celebration of all things data. This year’s events and discussions are focused on the people side...

Upcoming closure: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 17

The OHSU Library will be closed on Monday, January 17, 2022 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  Virtual and in-person services will be unavailable.  Our 24-hour spaces will remain...

SPSS license renewal is in process

OHSU is working with our SPSS vendor and we should have our license renewals shortly. If you already have SPSS installed, it will continue to work throughout the month of November.  The new licenses...

Juneteenth Service Changes and Resources

To allow as many staff members as possible to observe the Juneteenth holiday, the OHSU Library will not have scheduled curbside pickup hours on Friday, June 18th, 2021.  We will continue to offer...

Jeff Colby retires after four decades with the OHSU Library

This week we celebrate our colleague, Jeff Colby, as he retires after four decades (you read that right, 40 years!) with OHSU. Jeff's seen the Library, and the institution, through many changes...

New Resource Guide on Race, Racism and Health Disparities

In collaboration with the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, and in response to requests from our community, the Library has published a new guide: Resources on Race, Racism and Health...

History and Resources in Observance of Juneteenth

The OHSU Library continues to work toward inclusion, diversity, equity and access for all. We understand all institutions need to examine their practices and root out racism, white supremacy, and...

We Stand in Solidarity with #ShutDownSTEM

The OHSU Library stands in solidarity with #ShutDownSTEM and Strike for Black Lives. On Wednesday, June 10 we are cancelling or re-purposing staff meetings to share and learn about resources that can...

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Oral History: Dr. Thomas Fogarty

This post comes from Meg Suhosky, (former) Student Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Thomas J. Fogarty, M.D. is well known for his inventions, as well as his...