EndNoteWeb for Citation Management Wednesday, April 24, 1-2:30 pm OR Thursday, April 25, 11:30 am to 1 pm Presenter: Jennifer Heise Location: Brothers College Room 1 (in the basement computing center) EndNoteWeb helps you keep track of information sources you find in your research, as well as assisting in correctly formatting bibliographies for your papers. [...]
PubMed Made Easy PubMed is the world’s largest medical database and is produced by the National Library of Medicine. It contains over 22 million references to biomedical and life science journal articles, dating back to 1946. PubMed is easy to use and can be used by everyone. Come and see how PubMed can be used [...]
In September 1982 several large moving trucks arrived at Drew University from Lake Junaluska, N.C. They brought a special delivery for the recently constructed United Methodist Archives and History Center: several hundred boxes of objects and records related to the history of Methodism dating to the 18th century—books, archival records, shelving, paintings, furniture and ephemera. — Read more from the Drew Gateway…
The United Methodist Archives and History Center Hosts a reception to celebrate the exhibit of “ . . . For the Cause of Freedom” The Prophetic Ministry of Bishop Gilbert Haven and the Rev. Frank Mason North An Exhibit of the Papers of Gilbert Haven donated by the Charles Eric North Family Tuesday, April 9, [...]
Homosexuality and Science: a Guide to the Debates. From nineteenth-century documents on cross-dressing, to the impact of the Cold War on perceptions of gays and lesbians, and how millennials identify. Credo Reference: http://www.credoreference.com/book/abcbiohome Greenwood Encyclopedia of LGBT Issues Worldwide Trace the conditions and issues of LGBTQ people country by country, from Andorra to Zimbabwe. Reference [...]
Can’t wait for the 2013 issue of Drew’s undergraduate research journal? Read through last year’s excellent issue. Articles: WOMEN DANCING AS AN ALLEGORY FOR LOVE AND CONCORD IN THE UNIVERSE IN THE DIVINA COMMEDIA Agnes Alves (CLA 2014) THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE UNITED NATIONS IN THE INCLUSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN COUNTER-TERRORISM Sarah Calderone (CLA [...]
Arts of Respect (AOR) is an annual 2-week arts festival and competition in the visual, literary, and performing arts. Its focus is respect for humankind and to promote greater understanding of how the arts can help build more cohesive community at Drew University and beyond. The Visual Arts Gallery showcases artwork created by students from Drew and from several local high schools illustrating what respect means to them.
The Glen Sergeon Collection of African American Literature: The collection of African American literature created by Drew alumnus Glen Sergeon (CLA class of 1972) is clearly a labor of love. Eclectic and serendipitous, it was shaped by his personal literary interests, rather than with the intention of amassing a checklist of high spots.
Drew Faculty Seminar 2012-13 presents The Second of Three Events on the Theme Scholarly Openings Monday, March 25, 2013 4 p.m. Refreshments 4:30 p.m. Guest Speaker and Conversation Founders Room, Mead Hall Topic Amherst College Press: An Open Access Model* for Scholarly Publishing Guest Speaker Bryn Geffert, Librarian of Amherst College Director, Amherst College Press [...]
DJs, Some Sophisticated, That I Have Known A conversation with David Porter Wednesday, March 27 4:00 p.m. Pilling Room on the second floor of the Library The former president of Skidmore College talks about he got into book collecting and about the unexpected, interesting, and sometimes scary places it has led him, including new [...]