Jennifer McCue and Alyssa Basile Named Recipients of the 2016 Library Research Awards
Information literacy and developing students’ critical thinking skills are a high priority at Monmouth University. In 2008, the Monmouth University Library established Library Research Awards to recognize students who demonstrate skill and creativity in the application of library and information resources to research papers completed in fulfillment of a course requirement. The $250 awards are sponsored by the Monmouth University Library.
Graduate student Jennifer McCue and undergraduate student Alyssa Basile have been selected to receive the 2016 awards. Both award winners made extensive use of library resources and services, demonstrated the ability to select, evaluate and synthesize the information collected, and showed personal learning and development of research skills.
Jennifer’s research paper, Unmet Expectations: The Irish at the Paris Peace Conference, was written for her Paris 1919 class taught by faculty member Dr. Maryanne Rhett.
Alyssa’s project titled Influence of Parental Relationships on Values in Intimate Relationships, was completed for his senior thesis in Research IV: Thesis I Psychology, under the direction of faculty member Dr. Gary Lewandowski.
The submission period for the 2017 MU Library Research Awards begins on May 1, 2016. Papers written for classes in the spring, summer and fall 2016 semesters are eligible for the awards. There will be two award categories: Undergraduate and Graduate. Application forms and additional information will be available on the Monmouth University Library’s website shortly.
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INTRODUCING NEW LIBRARY HOURS FOR
FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS!
BEGINNING IN THE SPRING 2016 SEMESTER,
YOUR LIBRARY HOURS WILL BE:
MONDAY – THURSDAY: 8 a.m. – Midnight
FRIDAY: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. (1 hour increase)
SATURDAY: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (1 hour shift)
SUNDAY: 11 a.m. – Midnight (1 hour increase)
Students in Professor Germek's "The Story of the Book" class went on the road last week to visit the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City. While there, they were treated to a presentation on medieval manuscripts given by Roger Wieck—an authority on medieval Books of Hours and head of the medieval and renaissance manuscripts department at the Morgan.
A newly expanded and revised 318-page special collections catalog is now available for your perusal. The catalog lists all things present in MU Library's Special Collections, including medieval manuscripts, rare books, and The Lewis Mumford Collection.
Wondering if that book you ordered or the DVD you need for class has come in yet? Did you know the library provides featured lists of new acquisitions each month?
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