For students not enrolled in the course, a staff member will make the book available.
Finally, some reserve reading – including readings for HIS 500 -- is available through e-reserves, which you can access through Blackboard.
In the non-laboratory-based thesis, the student’s hypotheses are also examined by original research.
Original research does not merely consist of a literature review.
If you have trouble with the prox card lock system, first, update your card at the nearest hotspot, which on the left side of the guard station as you enter the building. Please read it and follow the instructions, or you might find yourself homeless in the fall.
If that does not solve the problem, email [email protected] assistance. Any library books stored in your carrel or elsewhere in the room must be charged out to you.The room is open whenever Firestone Library is open.History students often also use materials shelved in the Classics graduate study rooms.Whether based in the laboratory or not, the thesis should demonstrate a solid knowledge of molecular biology and of the problem under analysis.It should move logically from this background to one or more clearly articulated, testable hypotheses.The study room is not the appropriate place to store your personal belongings while you are away from campus for an extended period.Please make other arrangements for storing your files, books, etc.You may check out graduate reserve books at the Circulation desk overnight – see for more information.Overnight loans begin 3 hours before the Circulation desk closes and items are due back one hour after the desk opens the next day.To apply for a carrel, use the form at Space Application/ Access to the history graduate study (A-8-B) is restricted to students who have assigned carrels in the room, and to other history graduate students.If you are a history grad student and need access, email [email protected] ask to be added to the prox card list.