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Join us for another Library Speaker Series event! On Wednesday, November 9 at 4:00pm, Sr. Julita Bele Bau, Associate Director of Campus Ministry, will be sharing "A Call to Serve Among Young Children from Marginalized Families," a talk about her personal experience of building a better education foundation among young children from less fortunate families. This is a hybrid event, so you can attend in-person at Plough Library's InfoLab or online on Microsoft Teams. More event details are on the CBU Events page.

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Join Plough Library for the Library Speaker Series Symposium on Tuesday, October 18 and Wednesday, October 19 in Plough Library's InfoLab! We have six speakers lined up to talk about some interesting topics. Refreshments provided. You can also join from online using the Microsoft Teams link provided on the CBU Events page.

The following speakers from various CBU departments will present:

Tuesday 10/18
• 1:00-1:30pm Dr. Karen Golightly, Associate Professor and Chair of Department of Literature & Languages – “Paint Memphis”

• 1:30-2:00pm Federico C. Gomez-Uroz, Assistant Professor & Language Center Coordinator, Department of Literature & Languages – “Boardgames for Learning Collaboration Skills and Strategic Thinking”

• 3:00-3:30pm David Maselli, Admissions Recruiter/Counselor for Global College – “University Fitness Hacks & Habits”

• 3:30-4:00pm Dr. Andrew Hampton, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Behavioral Sciences – “Opportunities and Pitfalls of Ubiquitous Online Education”

Wednesday 10/19
• 1:00-1:30pm Ursula Atkins, Director of Procurement – “The Comedic Side of Supplychain Management”

• 1:30-2:00pm Dr. Johnny B. Holmes, Professor, Department of Physics & Natural Science – “Astronomy: Chances of Finding Habitable Planets”


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Covering all major scientific disciplines AccessScience is our Featured Resource for October. If you need authoritative science reference and help, new and improved AccessScience is the place to start!

You will find:

  • Topic pages for Agriculture, Forestry, & Soils; Anthropology & Archeology; Astronomy & Space Science; Biology; Chemistry; Computing & Information Technology ; Earth Science; Ecology & Environmental Science; Engineering & Materials; Forensic Science; Mathematics; Medicine & Health Sciences; Paleontology; Physics; and Psychiatry & Psychology.
  • 115,000+ definitions from the McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms
  • 20 upper-level science books and Schaum's Outlines for math and science courses
  • 20,000+ images, videos, and animations illustrating key concepts -- including worked solutions to math and science problems
  • Video and text biographies highlighting the life and work of award-winning scientists

The Schaum's Outlines in AccessScience include: Organic Chemistry, College Algebra, Electromagnetics, Applied Physics, Calculus, Statistics, College Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Physics for Engineering & Science.

If you need help or have any questions about science resources, contact School of Sciences liaison Kay Cunningham.

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