Want a treat that won’t give you cavities? Like surprises?
Time for Trick-or-Treat with a Book!
Brought to you by the Friends of the Libraries.
With a few options at our Popular Reading Collection and a full display on the 2nd floor near the elevators, you’re sure to find your next great read. Don’t worry about judging a book by its cover, because this time you can’t. They’re all wrapped up and waiting for you, so come read our clues and pick your Trick-or-Treat with a book. Read it and return your completed evaluation form to the Circulation Desk by November 20th and you’ll be entered to win a prize. One entry per book, so start reading!
Wright State University/Cleveland State University Joint Open Access Symposium
October 22, 2014, 9:15am – 3:45pm; Room 441, Dunbar Library
The Wright State University Libraries, the Friends of the Libraries, and Digital Services invite you to the Wright State University/Cleveland State University Joint Open Access Symposium. This event will feature speakers on the topic of copyright, open access, and open data, with a Keynote presented by Dr. Caroline Whitacre, VP for Research at The Ohio State University, who will speak about the SHARE (SHared Access Research Ecosystem) Initiative on which she is a steering group committee member. SHARE, born out of the White House initiative calling for the free and open sharing of publicly funded research, is a steering group that pulls together stakeholders from the research community to guide policy and build the infrastructure for storing, preserving, and sharing research and data.
View the symposium schedule and feel free to drop in and out throughout the day. To view Ann Taylor and Caroline Whitacre remotely, go to http://www.wright.edu/streaming.
This event is free to attend for Wright State Faculty and Staff. Refreshments will be provided. Contact Jane Wildermuth with any questions.
Several of our library staff members were honored to provide trivia questions for the CEHS Trivia Bowl, Friday October 3rd, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. (No hints. Their lips are sealed.) Have you gotten your team of 8 together yet? Registration is $100 per table of 8, which works out to just $12.50 per person. The event benefits College of Education and Human Services Scholarship Fund – talk about a good cause!
Will knowing all of the words to the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song finally pay off? Register now and find out.
University Libraries’ Staff Achievement & Recognition (StAR) awards program is a peer-recognition program designed to honor excellent Library staff members, and recognize their value to the University Libraries and Wright State University through individual and group awards presented annually.
Congratulations to our 2014 StAR award recipients:
and Mary Raider!
(Pictured here at Move-in Day charging station with her husband, Ran Raider)
Congratulations to all of our 2014 StAR Nominees:
Digital Services (Dept./Group Nominee)
Staff members are nominated for StAR awards by their coworkers and are selected by a committee which includes four or five staff members, serving two-year terms. Thank you to this year’s committee members for making this tough decision! 2014 StAR Committee members: Ximena Chrisagis, Tanya Ellenburg-Kimmet, Sue Polanka and Chris Wydman.