Library News

NU Readers Book Club to Meet on September 7

  • August 16, 2018

The NU Readers book club will meet on Friday, Sept. 7, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. to discuss Turtles All the Way Down by John Green and The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.The NU Readers meet in the Gallagher Center at a table near Tim Hortons (look for the “NU Readers” sign on the table). All students... read on →

Dr. Hodges Publishes Second Edition of Book

  • August 1, 2018

Dr. Shannon Hodges, professor of counseling/education and coordinator of the clinical mental health counseling program, published the second edition of 101 Careers in Counseling for Springer Publishing Company.   read on →

Drs Bardsley and McGrath Co-Author Article

  • July 19, 2018

Dr. Kathleen McGrath and Dr. Mary Ellen Bardsley, associate professors of education, recently published Becoming a Literacy Leader in the 21st Century: Fieldwork that Facilitates the Process in Literacy Research and Instruction.The article discusses research done as part of the Literacy Coaching... read on →

Dr. Stranges and Alumni Publish Article

Dr. John B. Stranges, University Professor, and two former NU students, Matthew Troia and Claudette Walck, have published an article entitled “Limited Victory: Love Canal Reclaimed” in ICON: The Journal of the International Committee For The History of Technology, 23 (2017): 55-82. read on →

Dr. Kling and Professor Ampuja Co-Author Article

  • June 26, 2018

Dr. James A. Kling, associate professor of supply chain management, and Professor Jack Ampuja, executive director of NU's Center For Supply Chain Excellence and adjunct professor, co-authored Dimensional Weight Pricing in Transportation and Logistics: US Shipper Knowledge and Best Practice... read on →

Dr. Foote Co-Authors Article

  • June 7, 2018

Dr. Chandra Foote, Dean of the College of Education, co-authored Exploring the Influence of Accomplished Teachers’ Video and Commentary Pairing on Teacher Candidates’ Noticing and Thinking about Practice in Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. Here is the abstract:"Teacher preparation... read on →

Nanette Harmon Publishes Article

Nanette Harmon, director of ASL and deaf studies and modern languages faculty fellow, published Saying Goodbye to Sound in The Hearing Journal. read on →

Dr. Radell Co-Authors Article

Dr. Milen Radell, visiting professor of psychology, co-authored Intolerance of Uncertainty and Conditioned Place Preference in Opioid Addiction in PeerJ with colleagues from other institutions.  read on →

Dr. Steve Ursel's Doctoral Dissertation Indexed in ProQuest Database

  • May 24, 2018

Does the Use of a Person's First Name in a Polygraph Examination Increase the Likelihood of Generating a False Reading?, the dissertation Dr. Steve Ursel wrote for his Ph.D. in NU's Leadership and Policy program, is now indexed in ProQuest's Dissertations & Theses Global database. read on →

Dr. Caitlin Riegel's Doctoral Dissertation Indexed in ProQuest Database

  • May 10, 2018

The Development of the Teacher Preparation Technology Inventory (TPTI): An Instrument Designed to Measure How Often Teacher Candidates Model and Apply the 2017 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards for Educators in Teacher Preparation Programs, the dissertation Dr.... read on →

Dr. Carr Publishes Article

Dr. Jamie Carr, associate professor of English, published "Colonel Peter A. Porter and the Emersons" in Western New York Heritage. Here is the abstract:"When Peter A. Porter died in 1864, many suggested an elegy he penned for a close friend could, indeed, be applied to himself. The mention of a... read on →

Dr. Tewksbury Publishes Article

Dr. Doug Tewksbury, associate professor of communication studies, published  Networking #Ferguson: An Ethnographic Study of Ferguson Protesters’ Online-Offline Community Mobilization in Democratic Communique.Here is the abstract: "This paper presents the results of a qualitative, ethnographic... read on →

What Exactly is a Therapy Dog?

  • April 26, 2018

By Jaclyn McKewan, Outreach LibrarianNU Library brings in therapy dogs a few times each semester, and sometimes this includes my own dog, Ash, a Chihuahua. Since many students have been curious about what a therapy dog is, and how a dog can qualify, I’ll explain here.There are three main... read on →

Library Survey Drawing Winners

  • April 17, 2018

Congratulations to Catherine P, Sarah W., and Heather P. They each won a $50 Amazon gift card for participating in the Library Satisfaction Survey.Thank you to everyone who participated. We will be reviewing the results this summer and reporting findings on this website in the fall. read on →

Library's Ebook Collection Continues to Grow Exponentially

  • April 16, 2018

Did you know that the Library’s Ebook collection is more than twice as large as its print collection?You can access high quality, scholarly books 24 hours per day with Ebook Central.  read on →