Events

Global Women’s Series- Participate!

Global Women's Series 2013: Women and the Environment: Eco-feminism and Activism

The Global Women's Series addresses contemporary global issues affecting women and girls and is a collaborative effort between a wide range of faculty, students, staff and community members. The program is co-sponsored by the Office of International Education and Development, the Women's Studies Program, and the Belk Library and Information Commons. Faculty are encouraged to participate as well as invite students and staff to attend.

Library Tours: January 22 - 31

Belk Library & Information Commons will offer drop-in (no sign up necessary) library orientation tours to First Year Seminar & Transfer students again this spring.

Spring 2013 Tour Schedule

January 22 - January 31, 2013
Monday - Thursday at 3pm, 5pm and 9pm

Tour participants should meet in the Belk Library Atrium, by the dancers statue.

Students who sucessfully complete the orientation tour will receive a tour completion certificate.

Published Faculty Reception 2012

The Richard T. Barker Friends of the University Library is sponsoring its annual reception for faculty who published books during the past academic year (2011-2012) or who have achieved similar recognition in their fields. For example, music faculty who had works published or art faculty who had pieces accepted for major collections should be honored.

The reception will be held on Tuesday, November 6 at 3:30 p.m. with remarks at 4:00 p.m. in Room 421 in Belk Library and Information Commons. Chancellor Peacock and Provost Lori Gonzalez will be on hand to present the certificates.

Banned Books Event Recording

Award winning authors Chris Crutcher and Lauren Myracle presented virtually in the AETZone (Appalachian Educational Technology Zone) on Oct. 2, 2012 as part of the Belk Library Banned Books Week celebration.  Sixty-one people attended the event virtually in the AETZone and physically in the Belk Library.  The authors spoke about their personal experiences with their books being challenged and banned. 

If you would like to listen to their inspirational stories, please click here.

Author Panel with Barbara Kingsolver on October 2

Date: October 2

Time: 7:00pm

Location: Broyhill Event Center, Helen Powers Ballroom

A conversation with noted author Barbara Kingsolver, founder of the Bellwether Prize for Fiction, and authors Hillary Jordan and Naomi Benaron, winners of the prize for their books Mudbound and Running the Rift, will be held Tuesday, October 2 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Helen Powers Ballroom of the Broyhill Events Center.

Celebrating Romulus Linney, Sept. 20-21

The life and accomplishments of playwright Romulus Linney will be celebrated during the event “Romulus Linney: Back Home in the Mountains” Sept. 20-21 at Appalachian State University.

The event includes a craft talk on writing for the stage, a panel discussion on being an actor in professional theatre, master classes for theatre majors which will be open to the public, and the dedication and opening of the Romulus Linney Papers and Exhibit in Belk Library and Information Commons.

Save the Date- Research Services Fair Oct. 19

Faculty and Graduate Student Research Services Fair Friday Oct. 19, 2012 1-3 PM Plemmons Student Union, Blue Ridge Ballroom

Library Tours: August 27 - September 6

The library will be offering orientation tours for first year seminar and transfer students from August 27 through September 6. Any other student who would like to attend is welcome as well! The tours will take approximately 45 minutes.

The schedule is:

Monday - Thursday at 3:00, 5:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Please meet by the dancers statue in the Atrium of Belk Library.

If you have any questions about the tours, please contact Amanda Bird at 828-262-2085.

Upcoming Program at Watauga County Public Library

Join us for an exciting program and learn about the plays of the late Romulus Linney on Tuesday, August 28th at 6:30pm at the Watauga County Public Library. Dr. Susan S. Cole, professor emerita and former chair of the Department of Theatre & Dance will present a lecture titled "The Appalachian Plays of Romulus Linney," to be followed by a community conversation with opportunities for area residents to share memories, stories, and anecdotes about Linney. Light refreshments will be provided.

Rare Books Room Open Wednesdays in July

The Rhinehart Rare Books and Special Collections Room on the 4th Floor of Belk Library and Information Commons will be open Wednesday afternoons, July 11, 18, and 25, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for visits, questions, and book viewings from the Rhinehart Collection on British History.  Dr.

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