Applications for 2014-2015 Fenwick Fellow Program Now Being Accepted
The Fenwick Fellowship is awarded annually to a Mason faculty member to pursue a research project that uses and enhances the University Libraries’ resources while advancing knowledge in his or her field. Tenured, tenure-track, and term (multi-year appointment) faculty at George Mason University are eligible and encouraged to submit proposals. It is requested that previous Fenwick Fellow awardees do not submit proposals.
The Fellowship provides
- one award of $5,000 to be used for the acquisition of library research materials that may be needed for the Fellow’s research project, as well as associated research costs (e.g., research assistant support, survey costs, defrayal of conference costs when specifically required for the Fellow’s research project, and other related incidental costs).
- use of an office in Fenwick Library for the term of the Fellowship (August 25, 2014 – August 7, 2015).
The Fenwick Fellowship application deadline is Friday, April 25, 2014. The 2014-2015 Fenwick Fellow will be announced at the start of the Fall academic term. University Libraries sponsor a public lecture by the Fenwick Fellow in the Spring term following the completed fellowship.
For additional information, please contact Debra Hogan, Executive Assistant to the University Librarian, at 703-993-2491 or dhogan1 at gmu.edu.
Chronicle.com is your gateway to on campus and remote access to the reputable publication, The Chronicle of Higher Education, as well as several e-newsletters, job listings, a blog, and forums for discussions. This is the essential resource for those who want to keep up with the latest news, trends, facts and figures in higher education. Go to Chronicle.com to set up your account for access on your desktop, iPad, smartphone, or tablet. This indispensable resource is available free to everyone with a university email address, courtesy of the University Libraries.
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Send us pictures of how you #raisehigh in the library. You could be researching, using library resources, or just taking a study break.
March 17 - March24
To submit, tag us on...
...and Facebook: Gelman Library, Eckles Library
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPrizes:
1st Place: 4hr. study room booking during finals at either library.
Top photo entry of the day will receive a Chipotle Burrito during Cafe Gelman on May 4.
We hope you are having a wonderful year so far at the Catholic University of America. If you are still in town over the break, and are looking for some wonderful reading material to distract you from your studies, then we invite you to come and relax with one of our popular reading books. The Popular Reading books are located in the Main Reading Room on the second floor of Mullen Library.
Some of our newest titles are listed below. Hold your cursor over the Title to see a short description of the book, or click to view the catalog record. The status of the book is shown beside the call number.Title Author Status Dangerous Women Martin, George R. R. & Dozois, Gardner R. The Death Trade Jack Higgins Junkyard Planet: Travels in the Billion-Dollar Trash Trade Minter, Adam Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage Delaney, Rob Parasite Grant, Mira W Is for Wasted Grafton, Sue Uncharted: Big Data As a Lens on Human Culture Aiden, Erez & Michel, Jean-baptiste Our Picnics in the Sun Joss, Morag The Final Cut Coulter, Catherine & Ellison, J. T. Robert Ludlum’s the Bourne Retribution, No. 13 (Jason Bourne) Lustbader, Eric Servants: A Downstairs History of Britain from the Nineteenth-Century to Modern Times Lethbridge, Lucy A Big Fat Crisis: The Hidden Forces Behind the Obesity Epidemic – and How We Can End It Cohen, Deborah Nine Inches Perrotta, Tom Innocence: A Novel Koontz, Dean R. Rosarito Beach Lawson, M. A. Hazardous Duty Griffin, W. E. B. & Butterworth, William E.
Looking for more options? You can always see a full list of our Popular Reading books in the catalog, by searching under keyword, “CUA Popular Reading.” Happy reading!
Looking for other free things to do this spring? There are plenty around Washington D.C. to take advantage of. Spring is a great time to meet that neighbor you haven’t spoken to yet, or to continue building and strengthening relationships with friends. From all of us at Mullen Library, we wish you a wonderful Spring.
Until May 1, CUA Libraries has a free trial to the database Communication Source. The database offers abstracts and indexing as well as full-text content from publications worldwide pertaining to communication, linguistics, rhetoric and discourse, speech-language pathology, media studies and related fields. Back file coverage includes top titles in communication reaching deep into the 20th century.
Librarians are evaluating the usefulness of this resource. Try it out and let us know what you think. Email your comments to Meghan Gates, Subject Librarian for Media Studies: email@example.com
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