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Storyteller, Author and Woodsman Doug Elliott Coming to Triad

Who:
Doug Elliott
When and Where:
Monday, September 8, 2014 7-9 p.m. UNC Greensboro – Elliott University Center Auditorium (Free and open to the public)

Saturday, September 6, 2014 

IT is for Girls Campers Visit Digital Media Commons in Jackson Library

IT is for Girls is a summer camp at UNCG.  During their week at the University, they made a visit on Wednesday to the University Libraries' Digital Media Center on the ground floor of Jackson Library.  Photos courtesy of Laura Tew.

Jenny Raabe

Jenny Raabe, our friend and colleague in the University Libraries,  has died at the age of 61.  Jenny will be warmly remembered for her love of life, learning, and the University Libraries.

This 2011 video interview by LIS student Daniel Windham tells a small portion of Jenny's story.

Student Worker and LIS student Tiffany Henry Awarded Spectrum Scholarship by American Library Association

When The American Library Association's (ALA) Office for Diversity recently awarded 2014-2015 Spectrum Scholarships to 50 exceptional students pursuing graduate degrees in library and information studies, UNCG’s Tiffany Henry was among them. Tiffany is one of our student workers at the University Libraries who works with our NC DOCKS content. From Durham and a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, she is a student in  UNCG’s LIS Program who is interested in pursuing a career in cataloging and metadata work in academic libraries.

A prestigious committee of seven jurors selected this year’s Spectrum Scholars based on their commitment to diversity, commitment to entering the library profession, demonstrated community outreach, academic ability and achievements and leadership potential.

Congratulations, Tiffany!

Friends of the UNCG Libraries Book Discussions for Fall Semester 2014

We are pleased to announce the schedule for the Fall 2014  Friends of the UNCG Libraries Book Discussions.  We invite our Friends and other interested community members to join us as we discuss books from past and present.  Each discussion will be led by a UNCG faculty member.  To reserve a spot at one or more discussion, please register on our website, or contact Barry Miller at 336-256-0112.

All book discussions will meet on Mondays in the Hodges Reading Room

Monday, September 15: The Rise of the Creative Class, Revisited by Richard Florida, led by Keith Debbage of the Department of Geography & the Department of Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality and Tourism. 

4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG






Monday, October 20:  In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan, led by Anne Hershey of the Biology Department.

4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor







Monday, November 3:  The Member of the Wedding: The Play by Carson McCullers, led by Keith Cushma…