The Porter Henderson Library, in collaboration with Meals for the Elderly, is accepting gifts in support of the “Seniors Still Believe” campaign.
Did you know that a service offered by the Porter Henderson Library enables ASU students, faculty, and staff to share and access each other’s scholarly and creative endeavors through the Angelo State University Digital Repository (ASUDR)?
Chris Matz, formerly the associate dean for public services at the University of North Texas, has been hired as the new executive director of Angelo State University’s Porter Henderson Library.
Are you looking for a place to study on campus? In addition to its group and individual study rooms, the Library has a variety of areas great for quiet and group study.
In preparation for Final Exams, the Library created additional study spaces for students. Below is a floor-by-floor list of both quiet and group study areas.
Described as a role model for young Hispanics, young Hispanic women, and for all of us - celebrate Women’s History Month by getting to know San Angelo’s own Eva Camúñnez Tucker.
April 2nd is International Fact Checking Day. Be informed and discover what may impact your ability to use objectivity when seeking information.
Dr. Fortin, the Porter Henderson Library Director for over 20 years, is set to retire after an impressive career with the state of Texas.
When: October 24 through October 26
Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM each day
Where: the First Floor of the Porter Henderson Library
Learn how to identify unreliable information sources on the Internet and how to evaluate information for credibility.
When the need for education in San Angelo’s African American community became reality, Lula Hammond fought a long battle that successfully resulted in the first black elementary school in the city.
- Historical New York Times (1851-2010) database.
Final exams are right around the corner. Get a jump start on your studies by reserving a Group Study Room in the Library.