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Finals Week:  University Library Hours

Finals Exam Week & Reading Days (May 1 - 9)

 

Douglas Henry Swilley
(Atlanta)
Tarver
(Macon)
Monday, May 1 1pm - 9pm 1pm - 9pm 7:30am - Midnight 7:30am - Midnight
Tuesday, May 2 1pm - 9pm 1pm - 9pm 7:30am - Midnight 7:30am - Midnight
Wednesday, May 3 1pm - 9pm 1pm - 9pm 7:30am - Midnight 7:30am - Midnight
Thursday, May 4 1pm - 9pm 1pm - 9pm 7:30am - Midnight 7:30am - Midnight
Friday, May 5 Closed Closed 7:30am - 6pm 7:30am - Midnight
Saturday, May 6 10:30am - 2:30pm 10:30am - 2:30pm 10am - 6pm 7:30am - 7pm
Sunday, May 7 Closed Closed 1pm - Midnight Closed
Monday, May 8 1pm - 7pm 1pm - 7pm 7:30am - Midnight 8am - 5pm
Tuesday, May 9 1pm - 7pm 1pm - 7pm 7:30am - 6pm 8am - 5pm

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Last Modified at 07:20 on Thursday, April 13, 2017

Swilley Research Award Winners
Congratulations to this year’s Monroe F. Swilley, Jr. Student Research Award Winners.  First place winner Danielle Render’s research proposal, “The Prince Charming Effect:  An Analysis of the Effect Unrealistic Portrayals of Men Have on Relationship Satisfaction within Romantic Relationships” and runner-up Jinkyung Keum’s poster, “Outcomes and Characteristics of Patients with Potentially Inappropriate Classification of Clostridium Dificile Infection at a Community Hospital” can be viewed on University Library’s URSA Digital Archive.  Both winners will be recognized at the Atlanta Research Conference on Saturday, April 8th at the Atlanta Administration and Conference Center from 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Last Modified at 13:51 on Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Hidden Figures Display

The current Swilley Library display,  Hidden Figures: Women in Mathematics, highlights the contributions of women human computers during World War II and the early space race.  The display includes streaming videos and books from the Mercer Library about the contributions of women in mathematics.  

Women in Mathematics by Lynn M. Osen (e-book)

Loving + Hating Mathematics: Challenging the Myths of Mathematical Life (e-book)

Women Becoming Mathematicians: Creating a Professional Identity in Post-World War II America (e-book)

Top Secret Rosies (streaming video)

Last Modified at 13:36 on Monday, March 27, 2017

New Research Services Room in Atlanta

Research Services is now located in the office through the first door on the left past the Service Desk. The librarian on duty in Atlanta is now located there to better assist you.  Ask a librarian!

Last Modified at 12:02 on Thursday, March 23, 2017

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