Black History Month at the Library

February is Black History Month and the Library is honoring the achievements and contributions of Black Americans with a special event and highlighted resources from our online collections.


A Roundtable Discussion on the James Braxton Papers
February 22 at 5 pm.

Stevens students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to an online roundtable discussion recognizing the life of Dr. James Sylvester Braxton ‘37, the second Black student to graduate from Stevens. 

Pulling archival documents from the newly acquired James Braxton Papers will provide insights into the Stevens alumnus’ life as a distinguished and award-winning engineer, his involvement with the civil rights movement, and his lifelong interest in building affordable housing for an equitable society.

Panelists: Dr. Lindsey Swindall, Leah Loscutoff, Mrs. Virginia Braxton, Emory Brown III, Joshua Hector ‘22, Kobe Dawes ‘21, DuJaun Kirk ‘20, Joelle Hinds ‘93.


Black History Month Digital BookShelf

Visit the digital Black History Month Shelf for selected Ebook titles. Read more details here.



Hit the Ground Running: Career Research for Graduate Students workshop.
Thursday, February 18 at Noon, virtually. 

Learn how you can use Library and internet resources to find all kinds of information on your potential career, such as company data, industry reports, market research, current news, and more, whether you're ready to look for a job or just getting a sense of what's out there. 

RSVP here

Lies, Facts, and the Future of Our Democracy Forum w/ Student Life and Ducks for Democracy.
Wednesday, March 3. 

The COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 presidential election have highlighted the persistence of fake news, misinformation, and disinformation in our body politic with dramatic, even devastating effects. Libraries, as information centers that collect and preserve knowledge, are instrumental in providing reliable, fact-based information. What can we as the Stevens community do to address these ongoing problems? Join librarians Courtney Walsh, Romel Espinel, and Vicky Ludas Orlofsky in a forum to discuss how these issues impact us as participants in a democratic society.

RSVP coming soon