Author Archives: mbenson

Creating Successful Data Management Plans for Your Grant Proposals

Are you working on a grant application that is asking for a data management plan (DMP) but are unsure what this is or how to write one? If yes, we have a workshop for you! On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, … Continue reading

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Beth Brown Named ACRL Member of the Week!

Congratulations to Beth Brown, the Director of Assessment and Communications who was named the Associate of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Member of the Week for June 10, 2019! ACRL is the higher education association for academic libraries and library workers … Continue reading

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Be Our Guest Curator

The Bartle Lobby Guest Curator Program is now looking for submissions! Open to faculty, staff, students and any other members of the University community, the Bartle Lobby Guest Curator Program offers the chance to create, display, and curate your own … Continue reading

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Earth Day @ Science Library

Celebrate Earth Day by exploring its wonders! The Science Library will be hosting an open house of its VR equipment Tuesday, April 23 from 11am-3pm. Try out Google Earth or any of our other available VR software. We’ll also provide … Continue reading

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Making the Intangible Tangible: Introduction to the Art of Chinese Papercutting

Chinese papercutting is one of the most popular, simplest and accessible forms of craft art in China. This lecture will explore the history, symbolism and various regional styles of papercutting. It will also introduce you to the materials, tools and techniques … Continue reading

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