McKee Foundation Gives $11,500 to NMSU Library
The New Mexico State University Library has been awarded an $11,500 gift from the Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation of El Paso, Texas. The gift will be used for the purchase of current engineering reference materials which will build the collection to better serve the needs of not only New Mexico State University’s engineering students, but also faculty and researchers within our region and the state.
Engineering Librarian Paula Johnson said that the gift will enable the Library to offer electronic engineering resources which are critically needed in this field. With the rapid advancements in engineering, the acquisition of current resources is critical to students and researchers alike. The Morgan & Claypool Synthesis Collection 3 & 4 will add 125 titles and provide not only a valuable source of information but also an ideal introduction to new fields. With these acquisitions being electronic in nature, more students, faculty and researchers will have increased access to these resources and be able to download PDF versions of the titles.
The McKee Foundation has supported the Library since 1995. Robert E. McKee is remembered as the “master builder” whose construction company, McKee Construction, built seven buildings on the NMSU campus.
For more information, please contact Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (575) 646-7251.