News & Events

Tracing SMC History through Digital Photographs

In preparation for De La Salle week, the Library is proud to show a very special collection of historicalphotographs kept by the College Archives.  The Archives has thousands of photographs and art works from throughout the College's history, and a select number has been carefully scanned and placed in an online archive of their own.  
 

Staff and Faculty: Invest in your Future!

The New Year's resolutions have come ... and maybe gone.  But it is always time to think of your financial present and future!
 

Saint Mary’s Brenda Hillman Named Academy of American Poets Chancellor

Professor Brenda Hillman.The Academy of American Poets has named Saint Mary's English Professor Brenda Hillman as its newest Chancellor, an honorary position that has been held by som

NASPA Features Commentary on Being First Gen by High Potential's Tracy Pascua Dea

NASPA logoThe moving commentary #IAmAFirstGenerationProfessional, by Tracy Pascua Dea, SMC's Assistant Vice Provost for Student Success, is featured on the Women in Student Affairs page of NASPA.

Math Prof Charles Hamaker Talks to CBS-5 About Odds of Winning Record Powerball Jackpot

CBS-5 / KPIX-TV logoCBS5/KPIX-TV reporter John Ramos spoke with Math Professor Charles Hamaker about the odds of a person wining the $700 million jackpot in the Powerball lottery.

Pre-Finals and Finals Hours, Fall 2015

At the request of the students, the Library has once again added additional hours in order to allow more time for student study during pre-finals and finals week. This is thanks to the cooperation of Public Safety.  Beginning Monday, December 1st, the Library will remain open for study hall until 3 AM, and beginning on Sunday, December 6th at 10 AM, the Library will be open 24 hours until Thursday, December 10th, when the building will close at 9 PM.  Please remember that in the extended study hall hours there are no services.  The additional hours are for quiet study only.

PlumX at the Library

It is a truth universally acknowledged that distinguished scholars would very much like their creation to be discussed and admired by others. However, it is also universally challenging to find a way to measure the impact of one's research and creative works--how they are being utilized, interacted with, and talked about around the world.

San Francisco Chronicle (Historical) is here!

Saint Mary's College is an institution located in the San Francisco Bay Area, so it logically follows that we should make use of the Historical San Francisco Chronicle, which

Learning for the Future: Habits of Mind and Teaching for Life Skills

Paul Signorelli


Special Guest Paul Signorelli to present to SMC Faculty