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We have an excellent selection of books and articles about the remarkable life of Nelson Mandela. Stop by and let us help you locate them.
Furniture in the main lobby of the Library has been slightly rearranged to accommodate the Civil War 150 Exhibition. Please enjoy the exhibits and move through the lobby with care.
Thanksgiving in North America: From Local Harvests to National Holiday Baked beans, coffee, and bread: A Civil War Thanksgiving Census Facts: Thanksgiving Day: Nov. 28, 2013, 150th Anniversary of Lincoln Proclamation Let’s Talk Turkey—A Consumer Guide to Safely Roasting a Turkey
Math @ Mansfield November 25th: 10AM – 2PM; 6:30PM – 9PM November 26th: 10AM – 2PM November 27th – 29th: No tutoring available The Writing Center November 25th: 1PM – 4PM November 26th: 1PM – 4PM November 27th – 29th: No tutoring available December 1st: No tutoring available
Name and work title: Kathy Hendricks, Head, Library Administrative Services What do you do in the library? Provide direct departmental administration for Human Resource and Business Service functions including employee relations; contract administration; recruitment; training and development; planning and budget development; department accounting, cash control, purchasing, travel, and grant administration. This gives me the opportunity […]
What is your name and work title? Sue Samson, Humanities Librarian & Library Instruction Coordinator What do you do in the library? I teach, provide reference assistance, work on research projects, and really enjoy the students, faculty and staff that visit the library. What are you watching/reading/listening to right now? I just finished reading Nightwoods […]
Name and work title: Shelley Ramberg, Assistant ILS Administrator (Systems Dept.) What do you do in the library? I help maintain our integrated library system, which includes both the online public access catalog and modules for staff work. Though I seldom assist students directly, I do get to work with nearly all our library faculty and staff, […]
What is your name and work title? Linder Schlang, Reference Technician What do you do in the library? I work at the Information Center Reference Desk helping students, faculty, staff and community members. I help them learn how to navigate our electronic and print resources so they may effectively do their research. When not staffing […]
Autopsy: The Scientific Investigation of Death This presentation will discuss the role of autopsy in contributing to the understanding of how a person died, either in a hospital context, when the death is due to natural disease, or in the forensic context, when a death is unexpected or the result of trauma. The benefits of […]
The Medieval Community of Death What role does the art and literature of death and dying play in mediating our understanding of this signal event in human life? How do we balance our recognition of our inevitable demise with our desire for a death experience that realizes our individuality fully? This lecture and discussion will […]