What Students Get to THINK about in Class
This week over 500 visitors to the Reynolds Libraries got to catch a glimpse into what Reynolds students really get to think about in class!
That’s because the Reynolds Student Expo was on display showcasing 188 student projects from 24 courses & 338 students.
Click here to see what they are really thinking about!
A big “THANK YOU” to the following faculty members for their support:
|Congratulations to the following|
|“People’s Choice” Winners:|
DTC (3 way tie):
- “Life Cycle of a Butterfly” – CHD 120; Student: Joszette Eddy; Instructor: Sheryl White
- “Diabetes” – Students: Tamika Coleman, Courtney Lund, Sarah Motley, Dominique James, Shannon Ennis and Stephen Ford; Instructor: Jill Newbauer, NSG 200.
- “Need Sleep?” – Students: Whitney Lewis, Courtney White, Belle Kazikewe, Kaylyn Sullivan, Tamara Turner, Kathleen Cumiskey, Katrina Woodson; Instructor: Jill Newbauer, NSG 200.
- “Airplane” – Student: Turner Parrish; Instructor: Mike Vaughan, WEL 155
- “Brain Match” – Student: Aaron Czerniawski; Instructor: Karen Neal, BIO 102
Recently the Chronicle of Higher Education asked scholars what they thought was the most influential book from the past 20 years….
Find their answers in “The New Canon” and get an intellectually stimulating boost for your holiday reading list.
Enjoy the break!
Reynolds students made our days this week at the Library Open Houses on each campus. The “Tailgate in the Library” was most remembered because you, our students, came to engage with us and the resources in the Reynolds Libraries. With over 400 students, faculty and staff in attendance, we enjoyed every moment with you. Thanks for taking our survey, playing Library Bingo & cornhole with us, and chatting over hot dogs!
Hot dogs & pimento cheese sandwiches made a lot of students happy at the 1st ever ‘Tailgate @ Reynolds Libraries’ this week. 440 folks soaked up the atmosphere, smiled & munched away as the thud of cornhole was heard in the background for our library open house event. A short hunt for online library resources encouraged students, faculty & staff to investigate library databases… & gather up prizes. Some students even found a book!
Join us for a load of fun at the 1st
Tailgate in the Library!
All Reynolds Libraries will be closed on Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 for Independence Day. Be sure to plan ahead and check out some good books, DVDs, and audiobooks. Remember: eBooks and databases are available 24/7/365!
On Wednesday, July 5th all campus libraries will be re-open. Happy 4th of July!