Library-based New Faculty Orientation Electives now open to all Faculty and Staff

The New Faculty Orientation (NFO) this year includes a series of electives open to all faculty and staff interested in learning more about the services and resources available to them at ISU.

The electives usually last one hour and are on a variety of topics including academic advising, data management, information literacy, EndNote, fair use, research, and Turnitin.

To view the descriptions of the electives and to register online, click on following link: .

Jan. 28: Opening Reception for Special Collections Exhibit: “Ask the Same Questions: Stories Connecting Art & Science”

The Cunningham Memorial Library Special Collections Department would like to extend a special invitation to attend the Opening Reception for our next exhibit, “Ask the Same Questions: Stories Connecting Art & Science.”

The exhibit explores connections between the arts and sciences found within Special Collections at the Cunningham Memorial Library.

The exhibit will also include a science experiment where we will be growing bacteria.

The reception will be on January 28th from 3 pm – 5 pm on the Third Floor of the Library.

Refreshments will be provided and all are welcome to attend. The exhibit will run through the end of the semester.

– Jason Krueger

Special Collections Gets a Sesquicentennial Grant!

The University awarded the Special Collections Department a Sesquicentennial grant to create a transportable oral history tent.  This transportable tent will allow Special Collections to conduct high quality oral histories of students, faculty, staff, and alumni just about anywhere!

– Katie Sutrina-Haney