Thursday, February 27th , 1 to 1:45 p.m.
Corrigan Hall 75
Dr. Dena Levine and sophomore Abigail Pierre, in a performance of piano works by Czech composers:
1. Six Piano Pieces, Opus 7, No. 4 (Idyll II) by Josef Suk (1874-1935)
2. From “On an Overgrown Path, Book II”: Andante by Leoš Janáček (1815-1866)
3. Slavonic Dance, Op. 72, No. 8 in A-flat Major for four hands by Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)
Followed by a wrap-up conversation. Bring your own lunch. Beverages will be provided.
Thursday, February 27th , 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Walsh Library | Ground Floor | Beck Rooms
A roundtable discussion “Where Are We Now, Thirty Years After the Velvet Revolution,” followed by questions from the audience. This event will be recorded as a podcast.
Join #SHU_Libraries for Love Data Week, February 10th-13th at the South Orange and Nutley Campuses.
As part of Love Data Week (#lovedata20), the University Libraries will offer three days of programming at the South Orange and Nutley campuses to highlight the growing importance of data in the research process.
We invite faculty and students to come learn about the Library’s new subscription databases and how to use open-access programs like Twitter Data, R Programming, and data management tools for research. All events are free, but please register using the link for each event, below!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Monday, February 10th Common Area | Walsh Library | South Orange Campus
11:00 AM Introduction to Seton Hall’s Institutional Repository [register here]
11:30 AM Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) [register here]
12:00 PM PolicyMap [register here]
12:30 PM Predatory Journals [register here]
1:00 PM Managing Your Online Presence [register here]
Tuesday, February 11th Common Area | Walsh Library | South Orange Campus
11:00 AM Library News Subscriptions [register here]
11:30 AM Tableau [register here]
1:00 PM Intro to R Programming [register here]
2:00 PM Data Management [register here]
3:00 PM Twitter Data Panel [register here]
4:30 PM Book Discussion: Health Services Research and Analytics Using Excel with Dr. Nalin Johri, PhD, MHA. [register here]
Thursday, February 13th IHS Campus Nutley
2:00 PM ICPSR [register here]
2:30 PM PolicyMap [register here]
3:00 PM Predatory Journals [register here]
3:30 PM Book Discussion: Health Services Research and Analytics Using Excel with Dr. Nalin Johri, PhD, MHA [register here]
The Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute is pleased to present THE ITALIAN STUDIES AWARD CEREMONY
Honoring the 2019 Scholarship Awards Winners and Benefactors
A Poetry Reading
by Maria Mazziotti Gillan (Poet) and Carla Francellini (Translator)
Maria Mazziotti Gillan is the winner of the 2014 George Garrett Award for Outstanding Community Service in Literature from AWP, the 2011 Barnes & Noble Writers for Writers Award from Poets & Writers, and the 2008 American Book Award for her book All That Lies Between Us. She is the Founder/Executive Director of the Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College, editor of the Paterson Literary Review, and director of the creative writing program/professor of English at Binghamton University-SUNY.
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 @ 6:00 PM Theatre-in-the-Round (University Center) Co-sponsored by Seton Hall University Libraries
Seton Hall University is launching The Lovelette Interdisciplinary Series. Running throughout the academic year, the series invites faculty, staff and students to participate in University-wide discussions inspired by the Papal Encyclicals, Pastoral Letters, and the concept of Water.
#SHU_Libraries will be taking part in the Series on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 3 p.m., Bethany Hall, Section A with Professors Katie Wissel and Alan Delozier’s Reflection on the encyclical Rerum novarum (1891).
The Digital Humanities Committee Presents: “DH Summer Symposium: Storytelling with Data”, Tuesday, June 5 – Thursday, June 7 in Walsh Library.
This symposium is a collaboration between the Digital Humanities Committee, the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center and University Libraries.
Whether you are an experienced user of digital tools and techniques, or you are just beginning to incorporate them into your teaching and scholarship, the DH Summer Seminar will provide an array of tools, tips, and project ideas to stimulate you.
Members of the New Jersey Digital Humanities Consortium are invited to attend the Tuesday and Wednesday sessions.
About The Chinese Corner: located on the 2nd floor of Walsh Library, The Chinese Corner 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.
Renee Robinson, PhD, is a professor of Communication in the Center for Graduate Studies. Robinson’s research involves communication in mediated environments, instructional settings, and organizational contexts. She publishes in the areas of communication instruction and pedagogy, workplace interactions, and mobile learning.
Professor Thomas Rondinella is a film and video producer with his own company, Catfish Studios, and is the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Students and Academic Affairs for the College of Communication and the Arts.
SHU now subscribes to SCOPUS, the largest abstract and indexing database of peer-reviewed literature featuring smart tools to track, analyze and visualize research.
Come and join us for a live demonstration of SCOPUS and Q & A session on FRIDAY MARCH 6TH, 2015 in the Beck Rooms
Bring your laptop so that you can try SCOPUS features for yourself and see what it can do for your research needs. There will be 2 sessions, so please sign up for one or both and enjoy A DELICIOUS LUNCH and great conversation between sessions.
Session I: 11.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.
Session II: 1.00 – 2.00 p.m.
All SHU Faculty, Administrators and Graduate students are cordially invited to attend.
The Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable and the Digital Humanities Committee presents a symposium to inform our colleagues about the digital humanities and inspire them to think more about how they might apply DH tools in their own work. The symposium will showcase model projects in the digital humanities by guest speakers from Columbia University, City College of New York and Seton Hall University.