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Libraries October 13, 2021
Dayton Literary Peace Prize Prize Marks 15th Anniversary

Scott West shares the newest winners and finalists and invites readers to stop in, browse and check out a book from the Libraries’ complete collection of Dayton Literary Peace Prize honorees.

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Libraries September 28, 2021
Parsing and Paring Pandemic Pedagogy: What Should Stay, What Should Go?

The Basic Communication Course Annual asks college-level communication faculty and graduate students to share what pandemic teaching innovations did and didn’t work for which audiences, for what reasons, and whether they should stay or go. The deadline for short essays is Oct. 20.

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Libraries September 24, 2021
A Love of Science and the Excitement of Discovery
Professor Albert Burky retires from UD in May 2022 with 49 years of teaching, fieldwork, publishing and professional service. His impact is beyond measure, writes colleague Ryan McEwan.
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Health September 13, 2021
Their Voice, Their Vocation: Religious Sisters in Health Care

In a new oral history collection, women religious share their thoughts on the past, present and future of Catholic health care.

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Libraries September 10, 2021
Celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with History, Arts and Literature

Scott West shares popular and under-the-radar library resources by, for and about Latinx culture, authors, scholars and history.

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Libraries August 20, 2021
Ready to Read? Roesch Has Top Titles in Sci-fi, Fantasy

NPR's top-50 list of listener-submitted titles includes eight available in Roesch Library.

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Libraries August 17, 2021
Roesch Library: Reliable, Resourceful, Responsive
The campus library's facilities, personnel, materials and technology make it the go-to resource for effective learning, teaching and research.
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Libraries August 10, 2021
Girls’ Town: Gone but Not Forgotten
A new online exhibit uncovers the history of a religious community formerly located in Cincinnati that provided education, a home and a future for "wayward" and unfortunate girls.
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Campus and Community August 04, 2021
Packing Up Our 2019 Time Capsule… in 2021
During Roesch Library's renovation, we discovered and opened a time capsule left within a wall during the building's construction in 1970. We decided to pay it forward and asked the campus community to contribute items and ideas to best represent UD and the world in 2019.
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Libraries July 27, 2021
Libraries Catalog: New Design, Functionality on Aug. 4

The University Libraries catalog has a new look with better and clearer functionality.

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