Monthly Archives: September 2011

Lectio Live! First Year Students Perform featuring Oblates of Blues

Attention Notre Dame Community: Looking for a night of words, singing, music which translates to a good time on campus? When: Thursday, September 29, 2011 Time: 9:00pm – 10:30pm What: First Year Students sharing their Talent & this event will feature: … Continue reading

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National Information Literacy Awareness Month

National Information Literacy Awareness Month Information Literacy Supporter October is National Information Literacy Awareness month. In today’s digital world, people who are information literate know how to find, access, and critically evaluate information to improve their health, their environment, their … Continue reading

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New York Times Available!

Dean Hugh Page, First Year of Studies has available the New York Times in the reception area on the 2nd Floor of Coleman-Morse for First Year Students. While you are waiting to meet with your Academic Advisor, pick up a copy at … Continue reading

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Want to gather together to discuss a good read?

Dear Notre Dame Colleagues: I am looking for ways to encourage Faculty and Staff to engage our most promising group of First Year Students on campus. The following are a number of Titles that have come across my Desk for review and … Continue reading

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Banned Books Week @ the Hesburgh Library – Join Us!

Come Celebrate the freedom to read!  Banned Books READ OUT – Hesburgh Library Concourse Monday, September 26, 2011, 6-7pm READINGS of the 2010 most challenged books NEW EXHIBIT by Professor Robert Sedlack’s Graphic Design 3 Class COOKIES, COFFEE, and TEA … Continue reading

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The Hesburgh Libraries – Undergraduate Research Award

Notre Dame Colleagues: The Hesburgh Libraries is pleased to annouce the 2012 Undergraduate Research Award: http://guides.library.nd.edu/subject-guide/77-2012-Undergraduate-Library-Research-Award Cheri Smith-Hesburgh Libraries, has created this Guide for Undergraduates to review and to consider applying. Please pass this information on to your students at Notre … Continue reading

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Calling ALL First Year Faculty & First Year Students!

The First Year of Studies and the Hesburgh Libraries (First Year Librarian) are in the planning stages of our “Fireside Chats” for the Fall and Spring semesters of 2011-2012.  Faculty Fireside Chats is a series of informal “chats” with first-year … Continue reading

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“Under the Feet of Jesus” – a book reading & discussion gathering

I am pleased to announce that our Hesburgh Libraries illustrious Librarian in Residence, Naomi Bishop will be leading a discussion sponsored by the Multi-Cultural Student Programs & Services office: Under the Feet of Jesus, by Helena Maria Viramontes (1995) Wednesday, September … Continue reading

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Mathematics tutors @ O’Meara Mathematics Library

Beginning Sunday, September 11, 2011, the O’Meara Mathematics Library (located in the lower level of Hayes-Healy Hall) Mathematics tutors will be available.  This service is funded by the Hesburgh Libraries to any Notre Dame student you know who’s having trouble with mathematics. … Continue reading

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News from the Irish Studies Librarian ( 07 September 2011)

Dear Colleagues, Many of you remember Breandán Ó Buachalla, the highly respected and much loved Irish language and literature professor who died a year ago.  Some months ago we facilitated an Irish film crew who filmed some views of the … Continue reading

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