• Bloom

      Pinho, Thom; Wink, Tara (2021-12)
      The 2022 Health Sciences and Human Services Calendar, Bloom, features a selection of botanicals from the Historical Collections department. The images are specifically from William Curtis's Botanical Magazines and date from 1788 to 1887. Images were chosen based on the traditional flowers for each birth month. The Botanical Magazines are part of Historical Collections School of Pharmacy Book Collection.
    • Cyril C.H. Feng Papers Finding Aid

      Wink, Tara (2019-05)
      Most of the materials in the Cyril C.H. Feng Papers come from Feng’s time as director of the University of Maryland at Baltimore Health Sciences Library from 1977 to 1990. They provide a glimpse into the business of the Health Sciences Library during a time of growth and reorganization and medical library administration generally. Feng was especially interested in integrated library systems.
    • Evolution and Influences : the Healh Sciences and Human Services Library at 200

      University of Maryland, Baltimore. Health Sciences and Human Services Library (2013-10-16)
    • Health Sciences and Human Services Library University of Maryland Brochure

      University of Maryland, Baltimore. Health Sciences and Human Services Library (1998)
    • Health Sciences/Human Services Library, University of Maryland Baltimore: the new model for health information excellence

      University of Maryland, Baltimore. Health Sciences and Human Services Library (Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore, 2003)
      Promotional video highlighting the role of the Health Sciences and Human Services Library and its staff and services in support of the University and the broader community.
    • Hilda E. Moore Papers Finding Aid

      Wink, Tara (2018-06)
      The Hilda E. Moore Papers contains professional and personal materials from Moore’s life and time as librarian and director at the University of Maryland at Baltimore’s Health Sciences Library. The materials are dated from 1930 to 1993.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: April 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-04)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 in April 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: April 2021

      Tooey, M.J. (2021-04)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for April 2021.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: August 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-08)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for August 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: August 2021

      Tooey, M.J. (2021-08)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for August 2021.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: December 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-12)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for December 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: February 2021

      Tooey, M.J. (2021-02)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for February 2021.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: January 2021

      Tooey, M.J. (2021-01)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for January 2021.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: July 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-07)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for July 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: July 2021

      Tooey, M.J. (2021-07)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. Mandatory telework ended in June 2021. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for July 2021.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: June 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-06)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and accomplishments during June 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: June 2021

      2021-06
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. Mandatory telework ended June 2021. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for June 2021.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: March 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-03)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the first weeks of telework.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: March 2021

      Tooey, M.J. (2021-03)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for March 2021.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: May 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-05)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 during May 2020.