Collection Donated by Harry Sweet
Gu, Head, Library Media Center
ten years ago, Harry Sweet, Sacramento Valley’s first television
new camera operator in 1953, donated a collection of six million feet
of film covering a variety of events from January 1967 through September
1981 to the University Library. Although it has been several years since
we received the collection, the footage is currently available. see
Valley Library Network Meeting/Speaker
By Fred Batt, Associate Dean, Library Administration
the recent Administrative Council meeting of Sierra Valley Library Network
(SVLN). This is the network within the Library of California that includes
CSUS and UC Davis as well as an array of academic, public, special and
school libraries in multiple counties. This network began with a planning
meeting in March 1999. It was incorporated in January 2001 and the initial
Council meeting was in March 2001. It has been involved in activities
such as offering grants, providing Z39.50 to libraries, offering group
purchases of electronic databases (CSUS benefited by getting our NewsBank
subscriptions subsidized by SVLN), conducting technology needs assessments,
offering delivery to libraries (including school libraries) among other
University Library Exhibits
Library Olympics Exhibit
1st floor and Tsakopolous Collection
3rd floor walls - Off the Beaten Track: Sports in Traditional Societies.
Exhibit presented by the CSUS Anthropology Museum.
May 3-August 31, 2004
Gebel at email@example.com for information.
Creative Collectives: Chicana Painters Working in Community
2nd floor – Mezzanine and Walls
There will be a reception celebrating the Olympics Exhibit in the
Library on Tuesday, June 1, 2004 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in SCUA. A
guided tour of the exhibit will be available. All library faculty
and staff will be receiving invitations in their mailboxes. RSVP
by May 25 to Library Administration, 8-5679; anyone needing disability
accommodations can also contact 8-5679 or firstname.lastname@example.org at
least six days before the event.
Dr. Cecil Canton and Rhonda Rios Kravitz received
the Students First Award from ASI for their strong commitment to
placing students first.
Rogenmoser was elected to the position of Secretary for
CFA CSUS Chapter. Yahoo!