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  • Posted: May 25, 2017

    Please join Randall Library staff in wishing Sarah Watstein, University Librarian, best wishes on Tuesday June 20th at 3pm in the “Pelican Gallery” on the first floor of Randall Library. Light refreshments will be served.

    From the Provost:

    Please join me in congratulating University Librarian Sarah Watstein on her new position as dean of Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons at Seattle University. Sarah has served UNCW admirably since 2010 as director of the Randall Library, working with all campus constituencies to provide excellent library services for faculty, staff, students and the public.

    In addition to her duties as librarian, Sarah has been our liaison with our accrediting body, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. In both roles, she has been a valuable member of the UNCW family, and we will miss her.

    Sarah will complete her work at UNCW by June 30, 2017. A search for an interim replacement will commence as soon as possible. We wish Sarah well in her new position, but we will always consider her a Seahawk.

     

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  • Posted: May 03, 2017
    Beyond the Fold

    Beyond the Fold: Revealing the Art of Rhetoric Through Pamphlets as Mass Media 

    Public History graduate students Devin Kelly and Dana Otto have curated this exhibit coinciding with the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Using rare and unique materials from Randall Library's Special Collections and University Archives, this exhibit highlights the historical role of pamphlets in mass information dissemination and propaganda.

    The following themes are covered in Beyond the Fold:

    • American Politics
    • Tourism
    • Home and Community
    • Community Response to Unrest

    Please join us on Tuesday, September 12th for an opening celebration. The opening will directly follow Why is the Reformation Important Today? a panel discussion in Randall Library's auditorium.

     

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