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  • Symposium on Language & Endangered Alphabets

    Not Just Words: Symposium on Language & Endangered Alphabets

    Languages and alphabets are not just historical artifacts—they also shape our cultures and perceptions of the world. This symposium will explore the importance of language and what happens when languages and writing systems die out.
    April 1, 2014

  • Professional Communications

    Take the Tension out of Presentations with the Kogod Center for Business Communications at the Library

    The Kogod Center for Business Communications joins the Library through April 25 to help you with professional communications. Drop in or make an appointment for help with public speaking, presentations, and business writing.
    March 27, 2014

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    Streamline your Research Paper Process with the Library

    Research, citation, and review are all critical phases in the research paper process—and the library is here to lend a helping hand. With resources to assist you at every stage of the process, we may become your favorite study partner.
    March 14, 2014

  • DIY Staycation

    Take a DIY Staycation this Spring Break

    Recommendations for fun DIY projects, all supported by our library collections.
    March 12, 2014

  • Writing Center joins AU Library Research Commons

    Writing Center Joins the Research Commons

    Starting in January 2014, the Writing Center is located in Bender Library. You can find it on the 1st Floor, in a new, convenient location. Students may schedule consultations to discuss and improve their writing projects six days a week.
    February 28, 2014

  • Nobue Matsuoka

    Librarian Profile: Nobue Matsuoka

    Music Librarian Nobue Matsuoka has expertise in a range of subjects, and is an ideal resource for students in the music program, students interested in librarianship, Japanese studies, or other forms of performing arts.
    February 27, 2014