Library News

Web Site Changes

  • March 29, 2011

Based on usability testing results, web design trends, and other considerations, we've made a few changes to our web site. Some of these changes include: A more prominent News section A poll More NU purple! Please direct any questions or comments about the site to Samantha Gust at read on →

Dr. Barnwell Writes Chapter for “Fatherhood: Philosophy for Everyone.”

  • March 29, 2011

Michael Barnwell, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Niagara University, wrote a chapter called “Fatherhood and the Meaning of Life” in Fatherhood: Philosophy for Everyone, published by Wiley-Blackwell in March. You can find the book at call number HQ756 .F38246. read on →

Get Your Game On in the Library!

  • March 28, 2011

Alleviate some mid-semester stress with a game night! The Library now offers a selection of board games for checkout, including the following (with more to come): Apples to Apples Boggle Chess Dixit Mad Gab Monopoly Risk Say Anything Scrabble Settlers of Catan Them and Us Wise and Otherwise Yahtzee... read on →

Librarians Participate in Panel Discussion

  • March 23, 2011

Library Director David Schoen and Electronic Resources Librarian Samantha Gust participated in a panel discussion about the Journal of Library Innovation during the Western New York Library Resources Council's regional conference on March 18. Both currently serve as editors for the peer-reviewed... read on →

It's Tax Season!

  • March 16, 2011

If you need federal or New York State tax forms or filing information, visit these official sites: read on →

Find Us on Facebook!

  • March 11, 2011

If you like Niagara University Library, find us on Facebook and let us know! Thanks! read on →

Dr. Petersen Publishes in Synthese

  • February 28, 2011

Read "Utilitarian Epistemology," the latest publication from Dr. Steve Petersen, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Niagara University.           read on →

Winter Recess Hours

  • February 27, 2011

The Library's Winter Recess hours are as follows: Sunday, February 27: CLOSED Monday, February 28 - Thursday, March 3: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday, March 4 - Saturday, March 5: CLOSED Regular hours will resume Sunday, March 6. read on →

Librarian Named to Editorial Board

  • February 21, 2011

Samantha Gust, Electronic Resources and Interlibrary Loan Librarian, has been named to the Editorial Board of Internet Reference Services Quarterly, a Taylor & Francis journal. read on →

Faculty-Librarian Collaboration Yields Peer-Reviewed Article

  • February 18, 2011

After collaborating on an information literacy session in the Library, User Education Librarian Melissa Langridge and Assistant Professor of Law Teresa Cardon co-authored an article titled "Bridging the Basics of Business Law through Digital Storytelling." It appears in the case studies section of... read on →

Psychology Professor Publishes Article

  • February 11, 2011

Dr. Timothy Osberg, Professor of Psychology at Niagara University, recently published the following article with three co-authors: Timothy M. Osberg, Maribeth Insana, Meredith Eggert, Katherine Billingsley, Incremental validity of college alcohol beliefs in the prediction of freshman drinking and... read on →

New Library Staff

  • February 4, 2011

We'd like to officially welcome Amy Barg and Lucy Bungo to the Library. Amy is an Evening Circulation Supervisor, and Lucy is a Part-Time Reference Librarian. read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

  • January 25, 2011

Many NU faculty members have been busy researching and publishing their findings! Here are some recent publications: Ethical Concerns in the Application of Transportation Company Fuel Surcharges. By: Kling, James A.; Wilber, Robin; Angus, William R. Franklin Business & Law Journal, 2010, Issue... read on →

Spring 2011 Library Hours

  • January 3, 2011

The Library's hours of operation for the Spring 2011 semester are available on our web site: read on →

Library Director Responds to Student Suggestion

  • December 15, 2010

Student Suggestion:  "To the NU Library, I think that you should have extended hours the weekend before finals. The Friday and Saturday before, I think it should have hours like the other week nights (8AM-1AM). The library is really where I get most of my studying done, since the dorms can be so... read on →