- Stephanie Weber (Junior Award) for her paper “Culinary Imperialism: Chinese Food in New York, 1870-1943”
- Steven Lilley (Senior Award) for his project “‘The Robot as an Entertainer’: Historical Consciousness and the Mechanical Music Controversy in America, 1906-1929”
The Library will be holding an award presentation ceremony for these two talented students to celebrate and recognize their outstanding scholarly achievements. We hope you can join us on May 30 from 1:00 – 2:00 in the Library Lounge.
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What is the Big Ideas Lounge? A casual, facilitated discussion series that invites students to join a conversation that will foster critical thinking beyond the classroom.
Calling Bullshit: How to Lose Friends and Alienate People
Thursday March 12-2 pm
2nd Floor Wyckham House
‘McDonald’s hamburgers don’t rot’, ‘Eating turkey makes you tired’, ‘Sugar makes children hyperactive’. Misinformation about science, health and the natural world abounds, much of it on social media.It is up to people to vet and judge the accuracy of the information they receive for themselves. Yet, the very nature of social interactions means that most of the information that we see and hear is relayed by our friends or acquaintances. Polite rules dictate that we don’t publicly disagree or embarrass others for a lack of critical thinking.
So what do you do when your friends spread misinformation?
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Student Technology and the new Library & Learning Centre – tell us what you need!
Planning is underway for the Library and Learning Centre, and we would like to hear from students about their technology needs and how to meet them in the new building.
Are your technology needs currently being met on campus? How could technology support for your studies be improved? Come and talk to us about how the new building can best support your learning technology needs.
Let us know in the comments below your ideas for the new library.
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We want to hear from you! As we continue planning for the new Riddell Library and Learning Centre, we are interested in your ideas. Visit our Facebook page to share your suggestions or post photos of things you would like to see in the new building.
Riddell Library and Learning Centre on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/riddellLLC
All copies of articles and chapters of books will be sent to your email; the email will include a link to download your copy. The document can be accessed 5 times and will be available for download for 14 days. Articles can then be printed or saved.
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What will the new Library and Learning Centre look like? Do you like a shiny modern space, a more classic environment, or something in between? Come give us your opinion on November 20 & 21 in the library from 10 am – 3 pm.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the stress of school, work and life?
The MRU Library has compiled an amazing collection of resources to help you deal with the stresses of life.
Visit this page and find information on coping with stress, anxiety/depression and sleep deprivation. You will also find resources to help you land an excellent career, how to enjoy a healthy lifestyle as well as information on sexual wellness and healthy relationships.