Library News

Dr. Marnocha Publishes Article With Colleagues

Dr. Cassandra Marnocha, assistant professor of biology, published Insights into the Mineralogy and Surface Chemistry of Extracellular Biogenic S(0) Globules Produced by Chlorobaculum Tepidum in Frontiers in Microbiology with colleagues from other institutions.  read on →

February is Black History Month

  • February 5, 2019

February is Black History Month (also African-American History Month) so we’d like to highlight some of NU Library’s resources related to this topic.Book & DVD DisplayOn the main floor, next to the stairs, we have a display which includes a variety of books and DVDs including The Immortal... read on →

343 Titles Added to Films on Demand Database

  • February 1, 2019

In January, Films on Demand added 343 new titles to our collection. You may view the list here. read on →

Drs. Branker and Riegel Publish Article

Dr. Maritza Branker, associate professor of mathematics, and Dr. Caitlin Riegel, adjunct professor of education and mathematics, published Reaching Deep Conceptual Understanding Through Technology in The Mathematics Teacher.  read on →

Dr. Mangum Publishes Article With Colleagues

Dr. Chad Mangum, assistant professor of mathematics, published Fermionic Realization of Twisted Toroidal Lie Algebras in arXiv. read on →

Dr. Tewksbury Publishes Article

Dr. Doug Tewksbury, associate professor of communication studies, published "Digital Solidarity, Analog Mobilization: An Ethnography of the Technology-Embedded Protest Networks of the Québec Student Strike" in Canadian Journal of Communication.Here is the abstract:"This article presents the results... read on →

Professors Agnello, Winter, and Ta Publish Article

  • November 20, 2018

Dr. Vincent Agnello, professor of accounting, and Drs Joseph Winter and Hai Ta, assistant professors of accounting, co-authored Case Study: Robin Hood or Criminal? The Case of a Bank Loan Officer in Journal of Vincentian Social Action. read on →

Pumpkin Painting Party Results

  • November 1, 2018

A good time was had by all at NU Library’s Pumpkin Painting Party on Oct. 22. Attendees used paint, as well as the craft materials available in the Teachers' Studio/Makerspace, to decorate pumpkins. The results can be seen at this photo album on our Facebook page.The following day, once the... read on →

Dr. Halm Publishes Article

Dr. Diane Halm, faculty fellow in the department of English, published Writing Success and Self Efficacy: The Student Perspective in Journal of Education and Social Development. read on →

Melissa Langridge and Elizabeth Marohn Present at Library Conference

  • October 10, 2018

Melissa Langridge, user education coordinator, and Elizabeth "Izzy" Marohn, a junior biology and history major, presented "Chaos Reigned: An Explanation of an Information Literacy Escape Room" at the Western New York Library Resources Council's INTERSECT conference in Buffalo on October 5. Melissa... read on →

Dr. Pinti Publishes Article

Dr. Daniel Pinti, professor of English, published the article Bodies in Saga in ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies. read on →

Dr. Hershenov Co-Authors Article

Dr. Rose Hershenov, adjunct professor of philosophy, co-authored Twin Inc in Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. Her co-author is Dr. David Doroski from Franciscan University.  read on →

Dr. Teresa Publishes Essay

Dr. Carrie Teresa, assistant professor of communication studies, just published an essay called “The Jim Crow-Era Black Press: Of and For its Readership” in the August 2018 issue of The American Historian, a publication of the Organization of American Historians. read on →

Sharon Green Interviewed for Article About Reading Comprehension Skills

  • August 27, 2018

Sharon Green, coordinator of instructional services in the Academic Success Center, was interviewed for the article Improving Your Reading Comprehension Skills in College: Keep Your Pen Handy, Look Up New Words — and Don’t Get Discouraged on the AffordableCollegesOnline web site.  read on →

Plagiarism Resources for Faculty and Students

  • August 27, 2018

Plagiarism is on the rise everywhere, and NU Library is here to help instructors and students learn how to avoid it. Take a look at these resources:Interactive Plagiarism TutorialYou can have your students complete this for class, and the results of their quiz answers will be sent to the... read on →