September 2009

Getting to Noah Webster

EKU Libraries and the University Archives present “Getting to Noah Webster: Schoolmaster to America,” a special display featuring a page from the handwritten draft of Noah Webster’s first dictionary of the American English language. The display will also highlight some of his other works, information about his life and his many contributions to education in America.

Colloquium: Moral Certainty

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated discussion over articles of various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.

KYVL and KY Council on Postsecondary Education Survey

KYVL and KY Council on Postsecondary Education invite you to fill out the following survey.

Colloquium: the Man who Saw through Heaven

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated discussion over articles of various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.

EKU Libraries’ Visiting Scholar’s Work Featured in U.S. News & World Report

EKU Libraries Visiting Scholar, Charles Bracelen Flood, is among a group of leading American and military history experts included in a special issue of U.S. News & World Report, “The Secrets of America’s Best Generals,” available on newsstands now.

Colloquium: Drug Decriminalzation in Portugal

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated discussion over articles of various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.

Colloquium: Art and Negative Effect

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated discussion over articles of various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.

Construction has begun: Noel Studio for Academic Creativity

EKU Libraries would like to inform students of the exciting changes taking place in the Crabbe Library. Construction of the Noel Studio for Academic Creativity has begun and will continue through next summer. The Noel Studio is scheduled to open in fall 2010.