Communication during war is essential and during World War I the U.S. Army needed switchboard operators. More importantly, they also needed operators who spoke French and English fluently.
Join the Library’s Health Services Division and Science, Technology & Business Division as we discuss grief in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic.
This is the third part in a series about recreational mathematics that will be posted throughout the month of April, Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.
This is the second part in a series about recreational mathematics that will be posted throughout the month of April, Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.
A reflection during National Library Week on librarianship, along with resources to research occupation information.
This year’s National Library Week is being celebrated with the theme “Welcome to Your Library,” which recognizes the importance of delivering library services beyond the traditional brick and mortar library. Find out what services and resources the Science, Technology, and Business Division is offering virtually.
Over the course of 25 years, Martin Gardner shared hundreds of mathematical games. This month we’re exploring some of them.
Where have two million women gone and how can economists find them?
St. Patrick is credited with banishing all snakes from Ireland, but did he?
Maggie L. Walker, Nannie Helen Burroughs, and Mary Church Terrell founded and led organizations with a focus on social activism through the development of personal relationships, mentoring, and collaborating to bring about social change, often with a goal of bringing more people into the middle class.