On-Site & Off-Site Summer Highlights

Congratulations to each of our students and faculty for completing the Spring semester!

For those who are continuing their education, or otherwise involved with instruction over the Summer, the University Libraries will remain open and continue to offer various learning and support opportunities that arise in the near future.

  • History Department Exhibits

We are always happy to host student scholarship intiatives. With this in mind, History Department faculty Dr. Kirsten Schultz and Dr. Anne Giblin Gedacht who provided their students with the opportunity not only to learn through classroom assignments, but also display their excellent work in two different displays located on the second floor of Walsh Library. These exhibits include information about various reference materials used in the course of their research efforts.

Dr. Giblin Gedacht taught the course: “History of Food,” and the results show a vibrant approach to the value of cuisine and its place in specific cultures worldwide.

Dr. Kirsten Schultz taught the course: “Introduction to Latin American Studies,” and this class offered various book titles of note which highlighted their respective knowledge on detailed aspects associated with this region.

  • Leisure Reading

The University Libraries has created a Leisure Collection of readings that showcases several interesting and inspirational titles. These books can be found in the Reference Section, located on the Second Floor of Walsh Library. An introduction about this initiative can be found here along with a link to our SHU Search Book Catalog featuring print titles that can be checked out and will be ideal for vacation reading.

  • Off-Campus Access

Our electronic resources are available 24/7 and 365 days a year for the Seton Hall community via our Off-Campus Access Site.

  • On-Campus Visitation – Summer Hours

Our electronic and print resources are also available to those who visit the University Libraries during our Hours of Operation over the Summer months.

Need additional help through the University Libraries? You can book a research appointment here: Research Appointment Site.