Read Tom Wall’s commentary on the renewed emphasis by BC Libraries on scholarly communication and open access; Sue Barrett on the "Apprenticeship in College Teaching", a new program offered by the Connors Family Learning Center for grad student teaching assistants and fellows; Greg McMahon and Barbara Hebard on the work of the two student Bookbuilders of Boston scholarship recipients in the Burns Library; Brendan Rapple's contention that open access to scholarship is an ethical imperative; Jonas Barciauskas on the new full-text downloading feature of HathiTrust. These articles & more from the Boston College Libraries Newsletter.
In Cancer as Metabolic Disease, Dr. Thomas Seyfried presents an alternative origin of cancer based on the theories of Otto Warburg, wherein cancer is viewed as a disease of cellular metabolic dysfunction due to damaged mitochondria. In addition to pointing to new directions of research, Dr. Seyfried elaborates on a non toxic mode of treatment. Click here to read more.
Burns Library, Ford Tower - The Thomas Merton Collection at Boston College
O’Neill Library Lobby Exhibits - Going Pro: Introduction of Professional Schools at Boston College
O’Neill Library Lobby Exhibits - Father Linehan at Operation Deep Freeze
O’Neill Level One Gallery - Art and Digital Technology
O’Neill Level Three Gallery - Reflections through Time: a Celebration of Women's Accomplishments at Boston College and Beyond
Bapst Gallery - Self Portrait Show