• Posted: October 19, 2020
    IG Halloween Contest 2020 (Student)

    IG Halloween Costume Contest 2020 (Student)

    Clothes make a statement. Costumes tell a story!  So, what's your costume sayin'? 

    Participate in our 3rd IG Halloween Costume Contest and tell us about your costume and enter for a chance to WIN an Amazon gift card!

    Top 3 students with the most ‘likes’ will win:

    First Place$35.00 

    Second Place$30.00 

    Third Place$25.00


    HOW TO ENTER / RULES

    • Take a photo of your costume*
    • Share costume photo starting at 10:00 AM on October 31st using @uncwlibrary
    • Must 'tell us about your costume' and use the hashtag #RLhalloween2020**
    • Share the post with family and friends to get "likes"
    • The top 3 posts with the most "likes" will win an Amazon gift card
    • Voting closes on Nov. 1st @11:59 PM EST
    • Winners will be notified on Nov. 2nd via DM (direct message) with instructions on how to redeem
    • Must be a UNCW student to participate

    *any photo submitted can be used in marketing and promotion of future Halloween costume contests

    *if not included post will be disqualified


     

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  • Posted: October 19, 2020
    Can't Make It To The Library?

    Looking for a virtual place to study with classmates or friends?  Well, we've got you covered!

    Join us for Virtual Study Hall on October 26-28 and Nov 2-4 from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Sessions are via Zoom and hosted by our Peer Navigators.  Zoom link: https://bit.ly/377lG7K 

    How Does It Work?  Upon logging into Virtual Study Hall, a Peer Navigator will welcome students via chat, ask them about their study goals, and connect them with resources if needed.  The Peer Navigators are not tutoring or offering research help, their purpose is to keep the room open, provide guidance, and monitoring the virtual space for disruptions. 

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  • Posted: October 05, 2020
    Virtual Office Hours with Your Subject Librarian

    RL Liaison/Subject Librarian Virtual Office Hours: Drop-in and chat with your subject librarian about your research, assignments, or anything relating to your area of study.  No appointments are needed.  To find the librarian for your subject and to check for available drop-in dates and times, see in the list below.  To learn more about your subject librarian, liaison librarian services, and more about the roles and responsibilities of liaison librarians, visit our Find Your Librarian page.  If you need to schedule an appointment with your librarian outside of the hours listed, fill out this form for One-on-One Help.


    Ophelia Chapman (Business and Communication Studies Librarian)

    • Accountancy and Business Law
    • Business Analytics, Information Systems, and Supply Chain Management
    • Communication Studies
    • Economics and Finance
    • Management
    • Marketing

    Monday, October 12, 9 – 10 am and Tuesday, October 13, 2 – 3 pm

    https://uncw.zoom.us/j/7957973649


    Lisa Coats (Humanities Librarian)

    • Creative Writing
    • English
    • Film Studies
    • Music
    • Philosophy and Religion
    • Theatre
    • Women’s and Gender Studies
    • World Languages and Cultures

    Monday, October 12, 2 – 4 pm

    https://uncw.zoom.us/my/coatsl


    Stephanie Crowe (Social Sciences and History Librarian)

    • Anthropology
    • History
    • International Studies
    • Public and International Affairs
    • Sociology and Criminology

    Monday, October 12, 11 am – 12 pm and 2 – 3 pm

    https://uncw.zoom.us/j/8508175974?pwd=Nkg1aGhtOXZ5cFNIeWpsTE5Wenlqdz09 (password: “library”)


    Jason Fleming (Information Technology Librarian)

    • Computer Science

    Monday – Thursday, 9 – 9:30 am

    https://uncw.zoom.us/j/84402923352?pwd=dThjZ1RBNUM2eC9LUzEvLytzT0x1QT09


    Peter Fritzler (Sciences Librarian)

    • Biology and Marine Biology
    • Chemistry and Biochemistry
    • Earth and Ocean Sciences
    • Engineering
    • Environmental Sciences
    • Marine Sciences
    • Mathematics and Statistics
    • Physics and Physical Oceanography

    Monday, October 12, 4 – 5 pm and Wednesday, October 14, 4 – 5 pm

    https://uncw.zoom.us/my/fritzlerp


    John Osinski (Nursing Librarian)

    • Clinical Research
    • Nursing

    Tuesday, October 13, 11 am – 1 pm

    https://uncw.zoom.us/j/98377859416?pwd=N3dCVnZ2VjZFS1pzSXJuMnVCS081Zz09


    Melissa Raymer (Education and Art Librarian)

    • Art and Art History
    • Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle, Literacy, and Special Education
    • Educational Leadership
    • Instructional Technology Foundations and Secondary Education

    Monday, October 12, 5 – 6 pm and Tuesday, October 13, 1 – 2 pm

    https://uncw.zoom.us/j/6343985590?pwd=d214Q0tZNEpDTVlkTWJCSzhnZkxkZz09 (password: “library20”)


    Meghan Smith (Health and Human Services Librarian)

    • Athletic Training
    • Exercise Science
    • Gerontology
    • Healthcare Administration
    • Healthful Living and Fitness Education
    • Psychology
    • Public Health
    • Recreation Therapy
    • Recreation, Sport Leadership, and Tourism Management
    • Social Work

    Tuesday, October 13, 2 – 4 pm

    https://uncw.zoom.us/j/95964209747?pwd=MWJxc1JiV1M2bVl4UUgrTEhHSE9Rdz09

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  • Posted: October 04, 2020
    From the Campaign Trail to Council Chambers

    From providing essential services, to encouraging local business growth, to working collaboratively with state and federal agencies on local issues, city officials play an integral role in carrying out the interests of the citizens they represent.  When government functions well, the Mayor must work closely with the Mayor Pro-Tem and the five Council Members. In 2021, Wilmingtonians will again have the chance to go to the polls to decide if these officials have performed their duties well or if change is in order.

    What motivates private citizens to run for local office every two or four years? How is change affected at the local government level? What challenges do city officials face in carrying out laws, policies, and services?  

    Join us for a virtual program with former City of Wilmington officials who will discuss these topics and more on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, at 5:30 pm.

    Featuring: Hamilton Hicks (Mayor of Wilmington, 1997-1999), Spence Broadhurst (Mayor of Wilmington, 2003-2006), and Earl Sheridan (City Council Member, 2005-2017)  

    Zoom: https://lib.uncw.edu/campaign-to-council-event

    To view the display that accompanies this event, click here.  The physical display is located in Randall Library, first floor.

     

     

     

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