During John Berry’s more than fifty years with Library Journal where he was Editor-in-Chief, he authored over 700 publications and maintained an active role in the American Library Association, spearheading many socially aware initiatives. He is a recipient of the Joseph W. Lippincott Award for distinguished service to librarianship.
Dr. Christopher Tienken has authored over 80 publications. His research interests include school reform issues such as standardization, the influence of curriculum quality on student outcomes, and the construct validity of high-stakes standardized tests as decision-making tools. He was was named the 2014 College of Education and Human Services Researcher of the Year, and was invited to be a member of the Professors of Curriculum organization in 2015.
Liuqing Yang, Chinese Corner Project Assistant, has created a video clip of the recent Chinese Speech Competition held by Asian Studies Program at Seton Hall University on April 20, 2017.
Thirty-eight students took part in the competition from beginner to advanced levels. Every speech had its own characterisitcs. Prof. Dongdong Chen, Department Chair of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, and Prof. Jeffrey Rice of Chinese Literature and Civilization and Director of Asian Studies, gave supportive remarks to the students. Everyone enjoyed the competition.
The Chinese Corner (located on the 2nd floor of Walsh Library) is a unique collection of books and videos for learning Chinese language, history and culture. The collection is curated by Dr. Xue-Ming Bao, the library’s Electronic Resources Librarian & liaison to Asian Studies.
To learn more about Dr. Bao and The Chinese Corner, please visit here.
One of the library’s most distinguished faculty, Dr. Lisa Rose-Wiles, has just been named a recipient of one of the 2017 University Research Council Awards!
Dr. Rose-Wiles was honored alongside her colleague Dr. Cecilia Marzabadi (Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry) for their project titled “Are We Ignoring History? An Analysis of Citations in Recent Chemistry Articles”.
Congratulations Lisa (and Cecilia)!
Read the announcement with the complete list of award recipients, here.
Sometimes when connecting to library resources from off-campus, you may encounter unexpected errors–the content you are looking for may appear to be unavailable, you may see an error message, or simply see an unfamiliar or confusing webpage.
When this occurs, a good rule of thumb is to clear your browser cache, then close your browser and start again. Below are brief explanations on how to clear the cache for the most commonly used web browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari.
Clearing Cache in Chrome
From the Menu button in the upper-right corner of the Chrome window, choose More Tools > Clear browsing data.
Select the period of time you wish to delete cached information using the Obliterate the following items from drop down menu. From there, you can choose Cached images and files.
Select the Clear browsing data button, and Chrome will clear your cache.
Clearing Cache in Firefox
Click the menu button top right corner, and choose Options:
2. Select Advanced from the left-side menu.
3. Click on the Network tab at the top.
4. In the Cached Web Content section, click Clear Now.
Clearing Cache in Internet Explorer
Select Tools (via the Gear Icon) > Safety > Delete browsing history.
Make sure to uncheckPreserve Favorites website data.
Check both Temporary Internet Files and Cookies.
Clearing Cache in Safari
Click Safari in the upper left hand side of your screen.
In the menu that appears, click Preferences.
In the window that appears, click the Privacy tab.
Click the button Remove All Website Data.
Click Remove Now in the pop up window that appears.
This period of civil unrest (between July 12 and July 17, 1967) was a protest by African-American residents in response to various discriminatory practices. The causes associated with this event can be traced back through a long history of uneasy relations between lawmakers, law enforcement, and local citizens. Click here for more information.
This year marks the 80th anniversary since women first attended lectures or taught courses at Seton Hall. These trailblazers were part of the now defunct Urban Division established by then College President Monsignor James F. Kelley who provided a more inclusive educational experience for all qualified applicants. Click here for more information.
#SHU_Libraries and the Library Chinese Corner are pleased to announce that Prof. Siben Chen (China Southwest Jiaotong University) our Visiting Scholar of Asian Studies at SHU, will be presenting a seminar: