SMU Libraries Staff Awards
The Committee for the SMU Libraries Staff
All members of the SMU library staff (except
the Council of Library Directors
The Awards Committee will maintain
confidentiality with regard to all nominations
Nominations are due by Noon on Friday,
April 13, 2007.
The Awards ceremony and reception will be held
on May 01, 2007
LEAD April Event
Have you been asked about the proposed presidential library at SMU?
Because we all have been asked about this Library, LEAD is sponsoring a Brown Bag lunch on Thursday, April 12 at noon in the CIP Conference Room for a discussion of articles that trace the history, development, current practices and challenges of presidential libraries. Joan Gosnell, DeGolyer’s University Archivist for SMU, will facilitate the discussion. Below are the following articles to read for the Brown Bag:
Source Citation: Howard, Jennifer. "A Scholarly Salesman Takes Over the Nixon Library.(Timothy Naftali appointed at Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library)." The Chronicle of Higher Education 53.27 (March 9, 2007): NA. InfoTrac OneFile. Thomson Gale. Southern Methodist University. 21 Mar. 2007
Source Citation: Glenn, David. "When History Becomes Legacy.(Southern Methodist University)." The Chronicle of Higher Education 53.27 (March 9, 2007): NA. InfoTrac OneFile. Thomson Gale. Southern Methodist University. 21 Mar. 2007 Now available online.
FRIENDS OF THE SMU LIBRARIES :
The Friends of the SMU Libraries/Colophon is pleased to announce that we will be able to award two library school scholarships this year in the amount of $1,000 each. We have also decreased the employment requirement from twelve months to six months of employment with the SMU libraries for scholarship eligibility.
The scholarship application with full details is attached. The deadline for submission is Wednesday, April 18, 2007. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions. (email@example.com)
The Grants Committee of the Friends will meet in mid-April to discuss distribution of funds to the SMU libraries. They will present their recommendations to the Friends board at the May board meeting.
Traditionally, grants are awarded to purchase materials and/or to fund services or projects that are not within the usual library operating budgets. Because of the successful fundraising associated with Tables of Content, we are able to offer a minimum of $30,000 for grants this year. Please note that we usually receive requests that total more than the funds we have available. Therefore, it is possible that some requests may not be granted or that some may be partially funded.
After discussions with your staff and supervisor, please submit your requests to me by Wednesday, April 18, 2007. Indicate the dollar amount of your proposal and submit the written requests through the Friends Office, Room 320, Fondren Library East or email your requests to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks so much!
We are pleased to introduce to you Cindy Gautreaux, the new Administrative Assistant for Fondren Public Services. Cindy is a native of Mississippi; she attended the University of Texas at Dallas, receiving her degree in Public Administration. She has worked in both the insurance and financial industries, and most recently has been involved in running her own business, while volunteering vigorously for several organizations associated with RISD. Please drop by FLE 204 and welcome Cindy to CUL and SMU!
On Saturday, March 17 Sandra Setnick Zucker's daughter Jessica Setnick was married to Gregory Schon by Rabbi Jeffrey Leynor in the garden of the Heard Craig House in McKinney, TX . They were attended by the groom's children, Gloria, Derek and Peyton. The Gazebo was lovingly decorated by the bride's sister-in-law Molly Setnick and her mother CarolAnn Ramsour.
The Pipes in CIP
After experiencing some exhausting moments without working air-conditioning, we had an efficient, but not too attractive looking solution in order to circulate the air in CIP. The exhaust tubes were put into the ceiling to remove the warm air. Below the photos...
Cina Quezada - April 1st
John Phinney - April 3rd
EXHIBITS & PROGRAMS
Marshall Terry &
the Art of Fiction: One Writer’s Life
HAMON ARTS LIBRARY - HAWN GALLERY
The Art of the Caricature: Prints
Vanity Fair, 1869 – 1900.
Hours: Monday - Saturday 9 - 5 pm;
Sunday 1 - 5 pm
The Musical Wesley Family - will feature correspondence, hymn and tune collections, books, and scores illustrating the formation and development of eighteenth-century British Wesleyan-style worship song, and the musical education and career of several generations of the Wesley family.
1 February– 28 April 2007
Hobbies and interests:
Interesting facts about you:
Book or website you would like to recommend:
"Where Do the Learners Go" An article by Joan Lippincott, who is going to be the keynote speaker during the Phoenix Consortium Professional Day, May 30th, 2007, at UT Dallas. Link below.
Some other articles by Joan Lippincott can be found through EBSCOhost.
Texas Library Association calendars are still available: http://www.txla.org/temp/TLAmen.html
This calendar was also featured in the Dallas Morning News.
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