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The latest issue of The Economist includes 3 articles focused on issues you should be aware of as you seek to publish your research. "Assessing the Importance of Scientific Work" discusses the development of altmetrics and profiles 2 companies working in the field.
In the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, Yale School of Nursing (YSN) has risen 13 places to number 6 in the overall rankings, and is now ranked number 8 in its Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Congratulations to our colleagues at YSN! Click here to read more about how YSN performed in the USNWR rankings.
Yale University, including Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, March 14, due to the forecast nor'easter. We will re-open Wednesday morning at the usual time. Stay home and off the roads tomorrow, and see you Wednesday!
All of today's scheduled classes, consultations, and the Cushing Center tour are canceled due to the blizzard.
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Calling all singers! The Medical Library is seeking musicians to participate in a Musical Revue of works from our medically themed sheet music collection relating to WWI. Solo opportunities for all voice parts are available. Please contact Katie Hart if you are interested in participating: email@example.com or 203-785-5352
Curated by Susan Wheeler, this small exhibit reminds us of the impact of the war on non-combatants and the importance of attending to the emotional needs of soldiers. The selections advertise relief organizations and services soliciting funds and materials. World War l posters are well known for their beauty and effectiveness. These posters helped to raise over a hundred million dollars in relief funds and ten million library books. This exhibition is on view in the hallway from January 25 to April 25.