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United States documents

U.S. documents are shelved as a separate collection. They are arranged on the shelves by Superintendent of Documents (SuDoc) classification which groups materials by issuing agency. Please visit the Government Information office or the research desk in Library Services if you need assistance locating materials.

The documents stacks are accessible from the first floor, on either side of the alcove on the east side of the Gearhardt Reading Room. The stacks are three floors high on either side and do not have elevator access. Library staff are available to assist with the retrieval of documents.

Texas and European Union documents

The TCU Library has a robust collection of Texas state documents. The Texas State Depository Program ceased in July 2011 and the TCU Texas collection is current through that date. Most Texas publications are indexed in the library online catalog. This collection is located on the second level of the documents stacks, on the north side.

The TCU Library is also a European Union Documentation Centre. EU publications are cataloged in the online catalog and are shelved in the main stacks.

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National Science Foundation (1950- )

NS 1.1: Annual Report 1951-
NS 1.2: General Publications
NS 1.3: NSF Bulletin
NS 1.10/4: Grants and Awards for the Fiscal Year
NS 1.10/7: Summary of Awards
NS 1.11/2: Reviews of Data on Science Resources
NS 1.11/3: SRS Data Brief
NS 1.13: Bibliographies and Lists of Publications
NS 1.13/6: Publications List / Division of Science Resources Studies
NS 1.18: Federal Funds for Research, Development, and Other Scientific Activities
NS 1.18/2: Federal Funds for Research and Development: Detailed Historical Tables
NS 1.18/3: Federal Funds for Research and Development: Federal Obligations for Research by Agency and Detailed Field of Science
NS 1.18/4: Federal R & D Funding by Budget Function
NS 1.20: Handbooks, Manuals, Guides
NS 1.20/2: Guide for Preparation of Proposals
NS 1.22: Surveys of Science Resources Series
NS 1.22/2: National Patterns of Science and Technology Resources
NS 1.22/3-2: Academic Science/Engineering. R&D Funds, Federal Support, Scientists and Engineers, Graduate Enrollment and Support
NS 1.22/3: Academic Science/Engineering. R&D Expenditures
NS 1.22/4: Academic Science/Engineering, Graduate Enrollment and Support
NS 1.22/5: Immigrant Scientists and Engineers
NS 1.22/7: U.S. Scientists and Engineers
NS 1.22/8: Characteristics of Recent Science/Engineering Graduates
NS 1.22/9: Federal Scientists and Engineers
NS 1.22/10: NSF Engineering News
NS 1.26: Antarctic Journal of the United States
NS 1.28: National Science Board, NSB- (series)
NS 1.28/2: Science Indicators
NS 1.29 Mosaic 1970-
NS 1.30/2-2: Selected Data on Federal Support to Universities and Colleges
NS 1.30/2: Federal Science and Engineering Support to Universities, Colleges, and Nonprofit Institutions
NS 1.37: Program Report - National Science Foundation
NS 1.38/2: Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program
NS 1.39: Summaries of Projects Completed in Fiscal Year [year]
NS 1.39/2: Project Summaries / Division of Science Resources Studies
NS 1.40: Biennial Science and Technology Report to the Congress
NS 1.40/2: The 5-Year Outlook on Science and Technology
NS 1.41: Maps and Atlases
NS 1.42: Science and Engineering Personnel
NS 1.44: Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards
NS 1.47: Guide to Programs
NS 1.49: Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering
NS 1.51: United States Arctic Research Plan
NS 1.51/2: Arctic Research of the United States
NS 1.53: Scientific and Engineering Research Facilities at Universities and Colleges
NS 1.55: Selected Data on [topic]
NS 1.56: Survey of Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering
NS 1.57: Frontiers: Newsletter of the National Science Foundation
NS 1.59: Tipsheet: News Media Tip
NS 1.61: POWRE: Professional Opportunities for Women in Research and Education
NS 2.2: General Publications

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Portrait of Beth Callahan Beth Callahan
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817.257.7669
b.callahan@tcu.edu
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