The Leonard H. Gemmill Engineering, Mathematics & Physics Library, located on the first floor of the Mathematics Building, supports research, teaching and learning in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences as well as the departments of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Physics.

The seventh composition.

Stacked Brick Sculpture Update #7

Oct. 29, 2018

ENVD 3115 students have constructed the seventh composition in their Stacked Brick Sculpture assignment, in the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library. This structure was built on Thursday, October 25. Their design is a pedestal with a backdrop. "We wanted to be diffferent from the other groups, stray away from...

The sixth stacked brick sculpture.

Stacked Brick Sculpture Update #6

Oct. 22, 2018

ENVD 3115 students have constructed the sixth composition in their Stacked Brick Sculpture assignment, in the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library. This structure was built on Thursday, October 18. Their design is an enclosed space with two pillars. "The general idea was to start out with all the bricks...

The fifth stacked brick sculpture.

Stacked Brick Sculpture Update #5

Oct. 9, 2018

ENVD 3115 students have constructed the fifth composition in their Stacked Brick Sculpture assignment, in the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library. This structure was built on Thursday, October 4 Their design is a boat shape. One group member said about their design, "the last [design] felt really open and...

The 4th composition

Stacked Brick Sculpture Update #4

Oct. 4, 2018

ENVD 3115 students have constructed the fourth composition in their Stacked Brick Sculpture assignment, in the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library. This structure was built on Thursday, September 27. Their design is an arch with two stools on either side. One group member said about their design, "arches are...

A person using a pen near a laptop.

Writers' Lounge Comes to Engineering, Math and Physics Library

Sept. 26, 2018

The Writing Center and the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library have teamed up to bring Writers' Lounge to the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Every Monday, from 2 to 5 p.m., a professional writing consultant from the Writing Center will be stationed in Math 150, inside the Gemmill...

The brick throne composition.

Stacked Brick Sculpture Update #3

Sept. 25, 2018

ENVD 3115 students have constructed the third composition in their Stacked Brick Sculpture assignment, in the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library. This structure was built on Thursday, September 20. Their design is a throne. "All of the other groups are working with a lot of round shapes," one group...

A student sitting in the second stacked brick compisition.

Stacked Brick Sculpture Update #2

Sept. 17, 2018

ENVD 3115 students have constructed the second composition in their Stacked Brick Sculpture assignment, in the Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library. This structure was built on Friday, September 14. Their design was meant to mirror the privacy reading pods that were once found in Norlin Library. “We wanted a...

Students constructing the sculpture.

Stacked Brick Sculpture Comes to Gemmill

Sept. 13, 2018

The Leonard H. Gemmill Engineering, Mathematics & Physics Library is collaborating with Environmental Design 3115 to host a Stacked Brick Sculpture in the library. “Through this exercise, students will design an interior spatial experience and explore the tactile nature of a common building material,” said Neal Evers, professor of Environmental...

Waltz Music Library

Getting the Most from Your Campus Libraries

Sept. 11, 2018

Heading to the library at CU Boulder means a trip to Norlin Library or to one of the four branch libraries: William M. White Business Library ; Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library ; L.H. Gemmill Engineering, Mathematics and Physics Library ; and the Howard B. Waltz Music...

The covers of Creatures of Want and Ruin and Star-Crossed: The Confounding Calamities of Byron the Cad and Marietta the Zombie

Creating Frankenstein: Women Writers in Science Fiction and Fantasy

April 6, 2018

Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus , is a novel published 200 years ago, written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. As a part of our ongoing celebration of the Bicentennial of Frankenstein, the University Libraries is hosting an author panel. Creating Frankenstein: Women Authors in Science Fiction and Fantasy will feature two...

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