Books from the collection on aspects of HCI, on display as you enter the library. A preview is available on the Science Library home page.
A reworking of Etty Hillesum’s writings as poems by Martin Steingesser, perfomed by the author, Judy Tierney, and cellist Robin Jellis.
Computational Models Unlock the Secrets of Our Internal Clocks
9/26/12 at noon in the Wormser Room
Cartoonist and essayist Timothy Kreider, a writer for the New York Times, will be in the Robinson Room in Miller Library at 7:00 p.m. this evening to give a reading, the first of the year in the Visiting Writers series.
- his cartoon, “The Pain – When Will it End?”
- a book of essays, We Learn Nothing
Our first exhibit for this academic year showcases books on whales. They seem to be in the news lately, unfortunately washing up on Maine’s shore, their scent being tracked by a dog in Washington state. Books on low shelves as you enter the Science Library along with a document of facts and links to resources. A slideshow of titles is on the Science Library homepage as well as a link to the document of resources.
We, in the Colby Libraries are looking forward to getting to know and work with you for the next four years! Please drop in to Miller, Bixler and Olin Libraries soon! We have LOTS to offer.