Date: February 7, 2007      Issue: #41


Congratulations To:

The Research and Publications Committee is pleased to announce the funding of two research grants.  Both of these grants were awarded during the fall semester, and RPC currently has several other grants under consideration.

Congratulations to
KC Coe (Cataloging), for her project entitled "Reframing Arcimboldo's Librarian." KC requested funding to cover the costs of publishing reproductions of Giuseppe Arcimboldo's paintings in articles which have been accepted for publication.  Way to go, KC!

Congrats also to
Tracie Wilson, CLIR postdoctoral fellow in the Education and Social Science Library.  RPC funded her project "The Campus Folksong Club: An Oral History Project" to interview Archie Green and other members of the Campus Folksong club, as part of a project to publish a history of the club.  The tapes and transcriptions of the interviews will also be deposited in the University Archives, and her grant will purchase digital recording equipment which will be made available in the future to Library Faculty who wish to record other interviews.

RPC also granted extensions for three previously-approved grants, submitted by
Mary Laskowski (Media Services) and JoAnn Jacoby (Education and Social Science) and Lynne Rudasill (Education and Social Science).

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Communications from Library Committees:


Administrative Council

CAPT (Content Access Policy & Technology)

Cataloging Policy Committee

Collection Development Committee
Executive Committee
Integrated System Coordinating Committee
Library Faculty Meetings

Staff Development and Training Committee

Staff Development & Training Calendar

User Ed Committee




News & Announcements from Library Administration:


Academic Search Position Update





Comings & Goings:


February 2007 Exhibits

What's Going On? - Main Hall

 Women Writers from Latin America and the Caribbean - Latin American 

Empowerment through Position: African Americans Taking Political Charge - Government Documents





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