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Himmelfarb Library is located on the Foggy Bottom Campus in Ross Hall on the first floor. Ross Hall is adjacent to The GW Hospital  and the Foggy Bottom Metro stop.

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The George Washington University
Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
Ross Hall, 1st Floor
2300 Eye St., NW,
Washington, DC 20037


Phone: (202)994-2962
Reference: (202)994-2850
Text: (202)601-3525
email: himmelfarb@gwu.edu
 

Himmelfarb Annual Art Show


Gutierrez, J. (2012).Swan [Painting]. George Washington University, Himmelfarb Library 2012 Art Show

The Himmelfarb Library's annual art show celebrates the talents of our students, faculty and staff creative side. 

Welcome to Our Faculty!

Welcome to Himmelfarb Library! 

On behalf of the entire Himmelfarb Library staff, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all faculty in the Schools of Medicine and Health Sciences, Public Health and Health Services, and Nursing. Himmelfarb Library and the George Washington University offer a number of key resources to support your teaching needs.  This research guide was compiled to help you make full use of these resources. Bookmark it and refer to it whenever you have a question about teaching resources.  The guide covers everything from copyright policies and online reserves to how to use BlackBoard and create online content in Camtasia. 

The Library staff looks forward to supporting your educational  needs in the upcoming months. We also welcome your input! You may contact me at 202-994-1826 or alinton@gwu.edu. I look forward to hearing from you.

Regards,

Anne Linton,
Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library Director


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Text: 202-601-3525


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