Library News

August 26, 2015

Dr. Garland and Colleagues Publish Article

Dr. Dennis Garland, assistant professor of education, published Individualized Clinical Coaching in the TLE TeachLivE Lab: Enhancing Fidelity of Implementation of System of Least Prompts Among Novice Teachers of Students With Autism in TESE: Teacher Education and Special Education with Krista M.... read on →

August 20, 2015

Jonathan Coe Speaks to WBFO About New Tolkien Book

Jonathan Coe, coordinator of public services, recently spoke to WBFO about J.R.R. Tolkien's The Story of Kullervo, which is scheduled for release in the UK on August 27. Read the story and listen to the audio here.  read on →

August 17, 2015

Dr. Pinti Contributes Book Chapter

Dr. Daniel Pinti, professor of English, contributed the chapter, "Thus did Hearth-Companions Grieve their Lord's Fall: Death, Mourning, and the Children's Beowulf," to Global Perspectives on Death in Children's Literature.  read on →

August 12, 2015

Recently Added Titles

View the list of titles recently added to the collection. read on →

August 4, 2015

139 New Titles Added to Films on Demand

View the list of new titles added to Films on Demand. read on →

July 28, 2015

Dr. Risk Publishes Article

Dr. Shannon Risk, associate professor of history, published "The Suffragists Come to Town: Elizabeth Upham Yates and the 1914 National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention in Nashville" in volume 86 of The Journal of East Tennessee History. Here is the abstract: "The article focuses on the... read on →

July 16, 2015

Dr. Boxer and Colleagues Publish Article

Dr. Laurence Boxer, professor of computer & information sciences, recently published Digital Fixed Points, Approximate Fixed Points, and Universal Functions in arXiv with Ozgur Ege, Ismet Karaca, and Jonathan Lopez. read on →

July 14, 2015

Library Acquires Two Copies of Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman."

The Library now has two copies of Harper Lee's controversial second novel, "Go Set a Watchman."  From the publisher:  "Twenty years after the trial of Tom Robinson, Scout returns home to Maycomb to visit her father and struggles with personal and political issues as her small Alabama town adjusts... read on →

July 13, 2015

Wall Street Journal Draws on the Expertise of Dr. Jay Walker in Article About Greek Life

Dr. Jay Walker, assistant professor of economics, is quoted in the Wall Street Journal article entitled Campus Divided as Fraternity Battles Mandate to Go Coed.   read on →

June 30, 2015

Sharon Green Publishes Article

Sharon Green, coordinator of instructional services in the Office of Academic Support, published the article “Reading Well: The Foundation for College Success” in the 2015 edition of Off to College, a nationally distributed magazine for college-bound students. read on →

June 29, 2015

Melissa Langridge Publishes Information Literacy Lesson Plan in Library Science Book

Melissa Langridge, the Library's user education coordinator, published her information literacy lesson plan called "Password: Keyword Edition" in Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts: Lesson Plans for Librarians.   read on →

June 25, 2015

New to the Library Collection

Visit the Library Catalog to view recently added books and DVDs. read on →

June 16, 2015

Dr. Williams and Colleagues Publish Article

Dr. Lisa Williams, assistant professor of management, is publishing Motivating Trust: Can Mood and Incentives Increase Interpersonal Trust? in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. The article is in press and available online. Her co-authors are Alexandra Mislin from American... read on →

June 15, 2015

Dr. Huh and Colleagues Publish Article

Dr. Chang Huh, associate professor in the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management, is publishing Would an Energy Conservation Nudge in Hotels Encourage Hotel Guests to Conserve? in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly. The article is available online before print. His co-authors are Howook... read on →

June 11, 2015

Dr. Jay Walker and Colleague Publish Article

Dr. Jay Walker, assistant professor of economics, recently published "Are You There God? It’s Me, a College Student: Religious Beliefs and Higher Education" in The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy with Dr. P. Wesley Routon from Georgia Gwinnett College. Here is the abstract:... read on →