Rosemary Meszaros, Coordinator of WKU Libraries’ Government Document and Law unit, has been selected by the Kentucky Library Association (KLA) the Academic Librarian of the Year! At a luncheon in Louisville on September 28, 2006, several WKU Librarians who attended KLA’s annual conference were there to congratulate Rosemary and share the joy with her.
A photo album of the event is available at this site.
Saturday, September 30 at the Kentucky Building, 10:00-1:00
(participant registration 9:00 a.m.)
…a chance to share your piece of history with others
Award-winning author Lynn Hightower gave a presentation Thursday, September 14th 7:00 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, Bowling Green, KY.
The event was one of a series of the Libraries’ Kentucky Live! program sponsored by Friends of the Library and Museum.
Photos and Podcast of the events are available.
On the evening of Thursday, September 21, Haiwang Yuan, author of The Magic Lotus Lantern and Other Tales from the Han Chinese, gave a presentation at Barnes & Noble on the topic of “Tales from the Han Chinese and What They Tell Us.” He also signed his books the audience purchased. Over seventy people from the community and WKU attended the lecture. Many of them were WKU students.
View an album of selected photos of the event. The podcast of the event is available.
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Libraries as we celebrate Constitution Week.
“Not in My Library! First Amendment Issues”
Helm Library, Room 100
This exhibit will run through September 29.
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Indie Folk Band Chad Bishop and the Cripple Lilies performed outside Java City and Helm Library. You may visit their web site at www.thecripplelilies.com.
On September 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. share a story or two about your favorite quilt or quilter and display up to two quilts at the Kentucky Library and Museum. This event is part of the activities offered in conjunction with the Nature’s Bounty: Quilts and More. Information about the Quilt Show and Tell.
Enroll your child, grandchild, or niece or nephew in the KYLM Fall Break Arts Day Camp. The camp is designed for children in grades 1-6. The cost for camp is $100 per week, Monday – Friday 8:00 – 12:00. Library and Museum Associates receive a 15% discount.
The Writing Center’s tutors (English Department graduate students) work with students individually on their writing. Helm Library (Reference Room) is still one of the center’s locations. Its hours are Wednesdays 2:00-8:00. Other locations and hours are:
Cherry Hall 123 Monday â€“ Thursday 10:00-2:00 and Friday 10:00-1:00
The Learning Center (DUC Annex A330) Monday-Wednesday 12:00-4:00 and Thursday & Sunday 4:00-8:00.
WKU Libraries welcomed back singer/songwriter Sarah Peacock to perform in Java City on Friday, September 8.
Here’s an album of selected photos of the event.