Library News

Dr. Keller Edits Book and Contributes Chapter

Dr. John Keller, associate professor of philosophy, edited the book, Being, Freedom, & Method: Themes from the Philosophy of Peter Van Inwagen, and wrote the chapter, "Philosophical Individualism." read on →

Dr. Burt Thompson Co-Authors Article With NU Student and NU Alumna

Dr. Burt Thompson, professor of psychology, recently published Comparing the Defendant to Images of the Culprit: Interpreting Results of Mock Witness Filler-Control Tests in Applied Cognitive Psychology. His co-authors are NU senior Taylor Moody and NU alumna Miranda Lauher.  read on →

Dr. Hershenov Co-Authors Book Chapter

  • October 19, 2017

Dr. Rose Hershenov, adjunct professor of philosophy, co-authored the chapter, "Purgatory," in The Palgrave Handbook of the Afterlife. Her co-author is Dr. David Hershenov from the University at Buffalo. read on →

Dr. Principe Publishes Invited Paper in Journal of Vincentian Social Action

  • October 18, 2017

Dr. Kristine Principe, associate professor of finance and economics, published the invited paper, Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, and American Capitalism, in a special issue of Journal of Vincentian Social Action.  read on →

Dr. Bennett Publishes Second Book

Dr. Brian Bennett, professor of religious studies, has published his second book, Sacred Languages of the World: An Introduction. Niagara University Library also has a three-user license to the electronic book in Ebook Central.  read on →

NU Readers Book Club to Meet on November 17

  • October 17, 2017

The NU Readers Book Club will meet on Friday, November 17 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. to discuss Lucky by Alice Sebold. The NU Readers book club meets in the Gallagher Center at a table near Tim Horton’s (look for the “NU Readers” sign on the table). All students and employees are welcome. For more... read on →

Dr. Gredel-Manuele Publishes Article

  • October 13, 2017

Dr. Zdenka Gredel-Manuele, professor of history, published "The Historian's Craft and the Politics of Contemporary History in Germany" in the Chung Hsing Journal of the Humanities. Here is the abstract:"The study of contemporary history, which was labeled Zeitgeschichte, has received an important... read on →

Library Parking - Evenings, Weekends, and Holidays

  • October 10, 2017

After 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and all day on weekends and holidays, students using the Library can park in any available space in the DePaul lot.Monday-Friday between the hours of 7 a.m.-5 p.m., please park within your lot designated spaces. read on →

NU Readers Book Club to Meet on October 13

  • October 2, 2017

The NU Readers book club will meet on Friday, October 13 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. to discuss Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. The NU Readers are reading this book in conjunction with author Yaa Gyasi’s talk on campus on Thursday, October 12.The NU Readers book club meets in the Gallagher Center at a table near... read on →

Dr. Mason Co-Authors Three Articles With NU Alumni

Dr. Susan Mason, professor of psychology, recently co-authored three articles with NU alumni.She co-wrote Age and Gender Differences in Participation Rates, Motivators for, and Barriers to Exercise in Modern Psychological Studies with Margot Hickey, Ethical Issues and Attitudes Towards Euthanasia... read on →

Dr. Radatz Co-Authors Book Chapter With Colleague

Dr. Dana Radatz, assistant professor of criminology & criminal justice, co-wrote the chapter "Victims in Criminological Theory" in Routledge Handbook on Victims' Issues in Criminal Justice with Dr. Tusty ten Bensel from University of Arkansas at Little Rock.    read on →

Dr. Tutka Publishes Article With Colleague

  • September 21, 2017

Dr. Patrick Tutka, assistant professor in the College of Hospitality & Tourism Management, published "The Expensive Truth: The Possible Tax Implications Related to Scholarship and Cost of Attendance Payments for Athletes" in Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport with Dr. Dylan Williams from... read on →

Dr. Radatz and Colleague Co-Author Article

Dr. Dana Radatz, assistant professor of criminology & criminal justice, co-authored Mothers of Violent Children with Mental Illness: How They Perceive Barriers to Effective Help in Journal of Family Violence with Dr. Karyn Sporer from University of Maine.  read on →

Three Computer & Information Sciences Faculty Publish Paper

Computer & Information Sciences faculty Dr. Petter Lovaas, associate professor, Dr. Yonghong Tong, assistant professor, and Michael Kuntz, lecturer (and NU alumnus), co-authored the paper Challenges and Strategies for Malware Analysis for Incident Response and Prevention for the 12th Annual... read on →

Dr. Vermette and Colleague Publish Book

  • September 13, 2017

Dr. Paul Vermette, professor of education, and Cynthia Kline, an independent educational consultant and business professional, published the book Group Work That Works: Student Collaboration for 21st Century Success for Routledge.  read on →