Selected Works celebrates the creative pursuits of various Mason Libraries’ staff members. Photography, watercolors, oil painting, sculpture, lampwork and graphic design are featured in this new exhibit in Fenwick Gallery. The exhibit features selected works created by Theresa Calcagno, Volgenau School of Engineering Liaison Librarian; Jamie Coniglio, Head, Research Services Department, Fenwick; Pierre Davis, Ordering Coordinator, Technical Services Group; Kim Edwards, Information Analyst, Technical Services Group; Deb Hogan, Executive Assistant, Dean of Libraries; Lynn Kelly, Fiscal Coordinator, Access Services; Tricia Mackenzie, Head, Resource Description & Metadata Services, Technical Services Group; Victoria Martin, Life Sciences Librarian, Mercer; Meaghan O’Malley, Ordering Coordinator, Technical Services Group; Vittoria Perrone, Electronic Reserves Coordinator, Access Services, and Andrew Stevens, Web Services Librarian, Digital Programs & Services. Curated by Jenna Rinalducci, Art & Visual Technology Librarian, Deb Hogan and Pierre Davis, Selected Works is on display in Fenwick Gallery now through August.
It is with great sadness that the GW Libraries acknowledge the passing of Dr. Yehuda Nir. Dr. Nir was a well-respected psychiatrist with a specialty in counseling patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. His life as a Holocaust survivor moved him to pursue this line of work and inspired him to write The Lost Childhood: The Complete Memoir, which details the years that Nir and his family spent seeking safety from Nazi persecution.
Dr. Nir and his wife, Dr. Bonnie Maslin, a GW alumna and member of the GW Libraries Development Advisory Council, have been longtime supporters of the Kiev Judaica Collection and an exhibit hall in Gelman Library bears their name. The GW Libraries remain inspired by Dr. Nir’s resilience, determination, and commitment to making a difference in the world. Read more about Dr. Nir in the New York Times article celebrating his life.