Library News

November 12, 2014

Adriano Gatto Receives Positive Review of "The Glass Menagerie" Performance

Adriano Gatto, artist-in-residence/stage combat instructor/recruiter for NU's department of theatre & fine arts, received a positive review for his performance of Tom in The Glass Menagerie, a beloved Tennessee Williams play being produced at the Lancaster Opera House. Check out the review in... read on →

November 10, 2014

Susan Clements Publishes Short Story

Susan Clements, coordinator of community relations in the Castellani Art Museum, recently published her short story, "Manatee Mornings," in Uncertain Promise: An Anthology of Short Fiction and Creative Nonfiction. This is her first fiction publication.  read on →

November 6, 2014

Dr. Julia Latorre's Doctoral Dissertation Indexed in ProQuest Database

Leadership Preparation in Engineering: A Study of Perceptions of Leadership Attributes, Preparedness, and Policy Implications, the dissertation Dr. Julia Latorre wrote for her Ph.D. in NU's Leadership and Policy program, is now indexed in ProQuest's Dissertations & Theses Global database. read on →

November 5, 2014

Michael Beam Featured in Buffalo News Piece

Michael J. Beam, curator of exhibitions and collections in the Castellani Art Museum, is the subject of a piece in The Buffalo News called Artist Michael Beam Strives for Laughs. Arts Critic Colin Dabkowski previews Beam's upcoming solo exhibition in Big Orbit Gallery in Buffalo.   read on →

November 3, 2014

Library Acquires Poetry Book by Dr. Parmenter

The Library recently acquired Bat & Man: A Sonnet Comic Book by Dr. Chad Parmenter, assistant professor of English.  read on →

October 24, 2014

Jeswald, Moyer, and Stockslader Present at Ad Astra Users' Conference

Michael Jeswald, conference & events manager; Elaine Moyer, academic scheduling coordinator; and Jay Stockslader, director of continuing education, presented at the Ad Astra Users' Conference in Kansas City on Oct. 22, 2014. The title of their presentation was “50 Ways to Leave Your Old... read on →

October 18, 2014

Dr. Goacher and NU Senior Publish Article

A senior undergraduate chemistry student, Erick J. Braham, has published his first peer-reviewed research article alongside Dr. Robyn E. Goacher, assistant professor of chemistry. The article, titled “Identifying and minimizing buffer interferences in ToF-SIMS analyses of lignocellulose,”... read on →

October 16, 2014

Dr. Seo Co-Authors Article

Dr. Hoontaek Seo, assistant professor of economics/finance, and colleagues from other institutions published Bank Debt, Flexibility, and the Use of Proceeds from Asset Sales in the August 2014 issue of Journal of Financial Services Research.  read on →

October 14, 2014

More NU Doctoral Dissertations Indexed in ProQuest Database

Several more dissertations written by students who earned a Ph.D. in NU's Leadership and Policy program are now indexed in ProQuest's Dissertations & Theses Global database: The self-efficacy of New York State superintendents of schools and their self-reflective practices: A mixed methods... read on →

October 10, 2014

Dr. Pikas and NU Alumna Publish Article

Dr. Bohdan Pikas, professor of marketing, and NU alumna Gabi Sorrentino published The Effectiveness of Online Advertising: Consumer's Perceptions of Ads on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube in the August 2014 issue of The Journal of Applied Business and Economics. read on →

October 7, 2014

Dr. Burt Co-Authors Article

Dr. Ian Burt, assistant professor of accounting, published Warning Lights on the Dashboard in the September 2014 issue of Accounting Perspectives. His co-authors are Sally Gunz from the University of Waterloo and John McCutcheon from Wilfrid Laurier University.  read on →

October 6, 2014

Dr. Collington Co-Authors Article

Dr. Phil Collington, associate professor of English, and Dr. Tara Collington, chair of French studies at the University of Waterloo, published "The Time When … The Place Where”: Chronotopes and Chronologiesin Love's Labour's Lost in the Fall 2014 issue of Studies in Philology.  Here is the... read on →

October 3, 2014

Dr. Chambers Publishes Book Review

Dr. Thomas A. Chambers, associate vice president for academic affairs, programs and policy, reviewed Sacred Relics: Pieces of the Past in Nineteenth-Century America in the September 2014 issue of The Journal of American History.  read on →

September 29, 2014

Reserving Group Study Rooms

Five group study rooms are available for your use. Four are located on the second floor, and one is located on the basement level. You can reserve a time slot by signing your name on the calendar posted near the door of each room, or you can call us at 716-286-8022 and ask about availability. We... read on →

September 25, 2014

Adriano Gatto and David Dwyer Receive Stellar Review From The Buffalo News

Adriano Gatto, artist-in-residence/stage combat instructor/recruiter for NU's department of theatre & fine arts, received a stellar review from The Buffalo News for his performance in The Liar at the Irish Classical Theatre in Buffalo.  The Liar also features set design by David Dwyer,... read on →