Jason Tubinis Joins the Law Library Suzanne Graham, Cataloging Services Librarian
month the Law Library welcomed Jason Tubinis as our new Information
Technology Librarian. Jason’s exceptional educational and work
background combines computer science, library science, and law. He
earned both his J.D. and M.L.S. degrees at SUNY—Buffalo where he also
worked as a systems administrator.
Jason is a self-professed lover
of all things “geeky:” particle colliders, internet memes, the latest
and greatest video game, and all things cool-but-in-a-weird way are his
passion. The fun he derives from talking about plankton powered
televisions and slinging around polyhedral dice is only rivaled by his
love for casually strolling (and not-so-casually hiking) any park in
sight. While he has a tough time telling the difference between a
wisteria and a witch hazel, he's an amateur horticulturist looking to
develop his green thumb amongst all the beautiful gardens here on
Macs in Lab Brad Grove, Help Desk Manager
Law School has added two 27 inch iMacs to its Annex Computer Lab for
student use. Each features 4GB memory and 3.2 GHz Intel Core i3
processors. In addition a dual screen PC has also been put in place.
This will allow students to work together on projects or presentations,
especially those with a multimedia component. We've also
installed new furniture to accommodate this collaborative approach.
Lunch-n-Learn: Exam Preparation
Please join the Law Library at our next Lunch-n-Learn. Student Services Librarian Maureen Cahill will share resources and strategies for preparing for exams.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
We'll provide the pizza - you bring a beverage!
Law Dawg of the Month
The Law Dawg of the month for November is the very lovely Sarah Lou. Her person is 2L Mike DeTardo.
Please keep on sending your Law Dawg submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org and remember that your cats, birds, fish, horses, and more are all candidates for Law Dawg!
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