The bipartisan $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (P.L. 117-58), signed into law on November 15, 2021, marks one of the largest commitments to investments in U.S. water infrastructure, and the allocation of these funds will create a variety of job opportunities.
Now imagine trying to deliver mail, Christmas cards, and all of those online orders without addresses.
On December 14, come fly away with us on a virtual tour exploring the Library of Congress world-class history of aviation collections.
The story begins in 1844 when, Henry (Heyum) immigrated to the U.S. and founded H. Lehman, a dry goods store in Montgomery, Alabama. His brother Emanuel joined him a few years later, followed by their brother Mayer, and the business became Lehman Brothers.
The Library’s Health Services Division and the Science, Technology and Business Division will host a panel discussion on the “Cancer Moonshot” on Monday, December 6. The focus of this year’s event is “Cancer Immunotherapy,” the artificial stimulation of the immune system to treat cancer, improving on the immune system’s natural ability to fight the disease.
November is American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, a time to reflect and pay tribute to indigenous Americans for their contributions to the United States.
Join the Science Reference Section in discovering digitized science collections from the Library of Congress on November 16.
Interested in how to do Business Research at the Library of Congress? Attend our Virtual Business Research Orientation on November 10, from 1-2 pm!
The Junior Fellow internship program is itself an amazing program which introduces undergraduate as well as graduate students to a vast world of information.
You might have asked if Duncan Hines was a real person (yes he was) but he was more than just a name on those boxes of cake mixes.