The Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection was established in 1972. The collection includes historical materials in all areas of the health sciences, including dentistry, medicine nursing, pharmacy, & public health.
The Polish Room, is located in room 517 in the Lockwood Library, on the North Campus of the University at Buffalo. Lockwood is open to everyone in the UB community and to the general public. Visit us in person or explore our website to learn more about our collections and services.
The University Archives collects the records of all academic departments at UB, all university and student publications, and pursues the private papers of administrators, faculty members, and other individuals closely associated with the University. The University Archives supports the teaching, research, and service missions of the university by acquiring, organizing and promoting the use of these special archival collections.
The Engineering Village platform has five engineering databases loaded on it, including Compendex, GEOBASE, GeoRef, INSPEC, and NTIS, allowing you to search on the broadest possible range of topics for a variety of information sources, including journal articles, conference proceedings, and unclassified government reports.
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Amy Vilz is the University Archivist and is available for research consultations, instruction, curricular support & purchase requests.
Fred Stoss is the subject librarian for Biological, Environmental Sciences & Mathematics and is available for research consultations, instruction, curricular support & purchase requests.
Nancy Schiller is the subject librarian for Engineering and is available for research consultations, instruction, curricular support & purchase requests.