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Nursing MSN Week (2014): Welcome

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Photograph by Jerry Bunkers.
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MSN Week
Gumberg Library Orientation

Welcome to Duqeusne University and Gumberg Library!

These pages are intended to support the May 13, 2014 Duquesne University Nursing MSN Week Library Orientation. You are welcome to continue using them beyond our classes but I encourage you to visit the Nursing Pathfinders for your area of specialization.

There are two places on this page where you can seek help:

Ask a Librarian

  • Duquesne reference librarians are available by phone, email, or text message on weeknights and weeekends.
  • Through Ask Here PA, you can reach other reference librarians 24/7.

My Contact Information
Right side, under my picture.

  • I am glad to answer your questions as well but I am typically available only Monday-Friday during the day.

On behalf of all the Gumberg Library staff, I would like to welcome you to Duquesne University. We look forward to working with you as you begin your studies in the School of Nursing.

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David Nolfi, MLS, AHIP
Health Sciences Librarian
Library Assessment Coordinator

Nursing MSN Week - Library Presenters


Ted Bergfelt, MLS
Reference and Instruction Librarian

Ted is the Gumberg Library liaison to the Theology, Philosophy, and English Departments. He also works closely with students and faculty in Duquesne's Center for Healthcare Ethics, giving him much experience working with health sciences literature as well as many related subject areas.



Erin Wolverton, MA
Health Sciences Library Intern

Erin is a student in the MLIS at the University of Pittsburgh. She also has a masters of arts in English literature and previously taught writing to engineering students at Case Western Reserve University.








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David Nolfi

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