Italian Studies Institute Presents the Italian Studies Award Ceremony

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
and
A Poetry Reading
by  Maria Mazziotti Gillan (Poet) and Carla Francellini (Translator)

Maria Mazziotti Gillan
Maria Mazziotti Gillan

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

RSVP: Barbara Ritchie — 973-275-2967 | barbara.ritchie@shu.edu


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SHU_Libraries Participates in The Lovelette Interdisciplinary Series

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).

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DH Summer Symposium: Storytelling With Data

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.

For details and to register please visit:  http://blogs.shu.edu/technology/2018/05/25/digital-humanities-summer-symposium/

 

The Chinese Corner Celebrates Multicultural Day on Thursday, April 26th

As a part of Seton Hall’s annual Multicultural Day celebration on Thursday, April 26th The Chinese Corner will be hosting a food tasting and Calligraphy-Paper Folding event!

This is a free event, all are welcome to attend!

Where: The Chinese Corner, 2nd floor of Walsh Library
When: Thursday, April 26th, 12p-1p.

[Chinese Corner Multicultural Day Flyer]

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.

To learn more about Dr. Bao and The Chinese Corner, please visit  http://pirate.shu.edu/~baoxuemi/Chinese_Corner/

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Copyright Event: Cautionary Tales In Copyright

#SHU_Libraries presents “Cautionary Tales in Copyright”

Come and share exciting first-hand experiences in the complex world of copyright while sharing refreshments with your friends and colleagues.

Join Prof. Thomas Rondinella & Dr. Renee Robinson from the College of Communication & the Arts for this lively informal panel discussion.

Date: Monday, November 27th
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Walsh Library Common Area (2nd  Floor)

RSVP: https://events.shu.edu/event/students-cautionary-tales-in-copyright/

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.

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SCOPUS LUNCH & LEARN

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.

  1. Session I:   11.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.
  2. Session II: 1.00 – 2.00 p.m.

All SHU Faculty, Administrators and Graduate students are cordially invited to attend.

Please RSVP to Lisa Rose-Wiles, Lisa.Rose-Wiles@shu.edu

Digital Humanities Symposium Tuesday, May 6th.

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.

Tuesday, May 6
9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Walsh Library – ITV Room

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Please R.S.V.P by E-mail to Lysa Martinelli.

Reminder: SCOPUS EVENT is this Thursday

  • Thursday, September 15, 2011
    10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
    Location: Walsh Library , 1 Floor , Room Beck C
  • SciVerse Scopus offers an easy-to-use platform with sophisticated tools to help track, analyze and visualize research and evaluate the research output of our institute.   Please join us for a demonstration and training session. Lunch is included.
  • Open to all SHU faculty, administrators and graduate students.
  • Contact: Lisa Rose-Wiles, Lisa.Rose-Wiles@shu.edu

SCOPUS TRIAL

Seton Hall University library has recently begun a trial of SciVerse Scopus. The trial will run until September 30th. During this time we invite you to try Scopus. We welcome your feedback as this will help us in our decision-making process.

SciVerse Scopus offers an easy-to-use platform with sophisticated tools to help track, analyze and evaluate research publications. Scopus covers more than 18,500 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers across the sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts & humanities.  Use Scopus to:

  • See how many articles you or our institute have published for a given time period, how many citations each has received and which ones are the most highly cited;
  • Provide publication and citation statistics for promotion and tenure;
  • Evaluate the performance of journals  for the publication of research.

For a more complete overview please visit the SciVerse Scopus Info Site which contains detailed information about content coverage as well as additional support resources.  Please let us know what you think before the trial ends.   [Lisa.Rose-Wiles@shu.edu]

There will be a Scopus demonstration and training session  on September 15th at 10.30 – 12.30 (lunch included)

Copyright Symposium – Wednesday April 27

Making sense of copyright on (and off) campus

Presented by The Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable

Wednesday, April 27
Walsh Library – Beck Rooms (first floor)

Are you confused about copyright? Unsure what is permitted under “Fair Use” and what can land you in a lawsuit? Do you know how your own work is protected by copyright?This two-part event is designed to provide basic copyright information, promote discussion and answer your questions.

Morning Session for Faculty, Instructors & Administrators

10:00 am – 11:30 am
11.30 am – 12:00 pm
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Open Q & A and Discussion

Brunch & beverages will be available from 9:30 am – 1:00 pm.

Register for the Morning Session »
4:00 pm – 5.30 pm
Afternoon Session for Students:  “Policy, File sharing and You”
This session will cover 

  • University policy explanation and discussion
  • RIAA
  • Pirates against Piracy

Winston Roberts, Dean For Community Development and Coordinator for Community Standards
Michael Soupios, Associate Director for Digital Media, TLTC

Light snacks & pizza available

Register for the Afternoon Session »