Library Columns - September 2011

Library Columns - September 2011 How State Budget Cuts Affect the University Libraries Building a Tradition: the Children’s Author and Storyteller Series Making Our History Accessible: University History Digital Projects A Student Perspective on the Value of the Library Calendar of Upcoming Events Wall of Honor Installed in Jackson Library to Recognize Donors Friends of the UNCG Libraries Officers and Directors Elected for 2011-2012 Kirby-Smith Creates Endowment for Modern Poetry at University Libraries Anne Herman Honors Her Mother by Endowing Preservation and Acquisition of Children’s Literature Service Desk in Jackson Library Named in Honor of UNCG Alumna Elaine Penninger Bernard Greenhouse, acclaimed cellist and founder of Beaux Arts Trio, dies at 95 WW II Veteran, Library Supporter Irene Parsons has died Historian, former Friends Board member Allen Trelease Dies Book discussions begin 10th Year Jack Stratton’s  paintings on display in Jackson Library through December Author and storyteller Bobby Norfolk to perform September 12 Pulitzer Prize-winning news photographer Matthew Lewis to exhibit and speak October 19, N&R Documentary film “The Day Carl Sandburg Died” to be screened November 1, Film-maker will lead Instructional technology tool kit offered Instructional films now in Jackson Library WAVES documentary uses Women Veterans Historical Collection Women Veterans Project Hits the Road New digital collections added Historical Greensboro City Directories Now Online New Library faculty Anna Craft and Erin Lawrimore Research Output of the University Libraries faculty and staff Zaruba wins staff service award Boyle honored as outstanding student libraries employee Haga wins student research award Holmes participates in the Leadership Institute at Harvard University. UNCG – The First 100 years UNCG University Libraries