The Reynolds Libraries are pleased to present our third annual Student Expo! The Expo is a showcase of student work across our academic programs. Student work(s) must be entered by faculty. Students and faculty/staff are encouraged to attend.
The Expo will be held from 12-2pm at all three campuses and food will be served.
- Tuesday, April 18th: Downtown Library, Room 230
- Wednesday, April 19th: Goochland Library, Room 200
- Thursday, April 20th: Parham Road Library, Massey LTC
Check out the Reynolds Student Expo 2016 to view the dazzling exhibits by our students across many different curriculums from last year.
New to this year’s event! Every student who submits an entry will be entered in a chance to win a prize. In addition, there will be a People’s Choice winner at each campus expo!
How do faculty submit entries? Follow guidelines below:
We will be opening up the Reynolds Student Expo to work created in both semesters, fall 2016 and spring 2017. Submissions can be of any nature or format, including digital presentations, poetry readings, essays, drawings, sculptures, photos, posters, or even cakes! To participate, simply do the following:
1. Fill out the Student Expo Sign-Up.
2. Fill out the Student Expo Participation Form , print it out and attach it to each project submitted.
Once we’ve heard from you, the following library coordinators will contact you individually to work out all the details.
Loftan Miller, DTC Library Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 804-523-5776
Suzanne Sherry, PRC Library Coordinator, SSherry@reynolds.edu, 804-523-5226
James E. Satchell, III, GC Library Coordinator, JSatchell@reynolds.edu, 804-523-5442
We look forward to hearing from you!
On Tuesday, September 20th & Wednesday, September 21st—Reynolds Libraries at Parham and Downtown opened their doors to a flurry of activities…
From the smallest of hopes to the biggest of dreams, Reynolds students added their goals to Post-It Note walls.
Advice on resumes and employment were in demand as students flocked to the Career Specialists who served as the main attraction.
A selfie frame helped to break the ice & get students to think about “My Future Self.” See all the great photos here.
Two lucky students—one from Parham and one from Downtown—actually won Kindle Fire tablets! *****Goochland Library will give away one more on October 26th to a lucky student who visits between 11-1!!!