Yearly Archives: 2012

EVENT: BrownBag #4

Wednesday,  December 5 — Brown Bag Discussion with Dr. Lindsey Godwin “Creating Mutually Beneficial Possibilities:  Examining the Impact of Moral Imagination on Organizational Decision-Making” Where and when: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Guest speaker: Dr. Lindsey Godwin, Associate Professor of Management, Stiller School of Business   Bring your lunch and a friend! Contact: Paula Olsen,

EVENT: BrownBag #3

Nov. 14 — Brown Bag Discussion with Laurel Bongiorno “Come Out & Play With Me!”  Professor Laurel Bongiorno will share her doctoral research focused on preschool parents’ perceptions of their children’s learning through play.  She will also share some good books and articles for parents of young children! Where and when: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall, 12:30 […]

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5th Annual Chili Cookoff!

The days are getting shorter, the leaves are in need of raking, and there’s a distinct chill in the air which can only mean one thing: time for CHILI! On Thursday, Nov. 8 from 3-4 pm the library is happy to present the 5th Annual Library Chili Cookoff! Come eat FREE chili and vote for your favorite!

EVENT: BrownBag #2

Wednesday, Oct. 24 — Brown Bag talk #2, “Endangered Alphabets” with Tim Brookes “Who Is Killing The World’s Alphabets? And why should we save them?” Where and when: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall, 12:30 p.m. Guest speaker:  Tim Brookes, Program Director, Professional Writing Contact: Paula Olsen,

DISPLAY:Happy Halloween

What a great time of year! The leaves are changing , the temperature is getting cooler, and it is time to carve some pumpkins for Halloween. In preparation for Halloween, we have gathered some real gems from our collection about ghosts, witches, magic, black cats, and all things scary and put them on display. We […]

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EVENT: Brown Bag Lecture Series

                                                                 Join us for the first in a series of Brown Bag Lectures hosted by the Library and the Core division “Is Vermont a Maple Place? Sugaring as a Part of Vermont’s Culture” Guest speaker:  Michael Lange, Ph.D., Associate Professor Editor, Digest: a journal of foodways and culture Where: Morgan Room, Aiken Hall When:  […]

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Homework? Stop by the library!

As you settle in for Fall semester, stop by the library and find your favorite study spot.  As one student recently tweeted, “I work so much better in the library.” And of course you can find books, articles, help, and even a snack, all in Miller Information Commons.