Get Paid for Doing Research and Help the Library!

Professors Beth Bloom and Marta Deyrup are seeking Seton Hall sophomores, juniors and seniors to participate this semester (Spring 2012) in a research study. The goal of our project is to understand students’ research behavior patterns, so that we can give better instruction that is modeled on the way students actually do research.
If you are a Seton Hall sophomore, junior or senior you are eligible to participate. You must be enrolled in a class that requires writing a research paper. For your time, you will receive $125 Pirates Gold upon completion of your participation. [Please note: if you participated in this project last semester you are not eligible.]

Your Part in the Project
Participating students will be trained in using OpenHallway, an online tracking tool http://www.openhallway.com/
As you do your online research, you will be asked to use this online tracking tool to record your search actions. Students will be divided randomly into two groups: one group of students will have a one-on-one research session with a librarian as they do their research; the other group of students will do research using their own research strategies. At the end of the semester, students will be given a final short survey and attend a wrap-up session with the investigators.

We really appreciate your help and time in improving library services. We hope you are interested in our project and will help us out! We look forward to working with you.

To participate or to find out more about the study contact Professor Bloom (beth.bloom@shu.edu) or Dr. Deyrup (marta.deyrup@shu.edu)

The Petersheim Academic Exposition 2012: Share, Honor, Unite – call for presentations and posters

16th Annual Petersheim Academic Exposition

The Petersheim Academic Exposition 2012: Share, Honor, Unite  will take place on Tuesday, April 17 – Saturday, April 21, 2012 in celebration of the scholastic accomplishments and academic interests of the entire Seton Hall University community, including both undergraduate and graduate students. If you want to participate in the event, the application deadline is Wednesday, March 21stApply now »

Seton Hall selected as an ISSR Library awardee

Seton Hall University’s Walsh Library is honored, after a competitive judging process, to be named an ISSR Library awardee by the International Society for Religion and Science based in Cambridge, England. Walsh Library joins a select group of only 150 institutions worldwide to receive an award from ISSR.

The ISSR Library grant consists of 224 volumes spanning all areas of the interface between science and spirituality.  This is a truly remarkable collection that spans subject areas ranging from the sciences and social sciences to history, philosophy and the environment.

The ISSR library is a circulating collection, located on the 2ndfloor of Walsh Library adjacent to the reference desk.  Please contact Dr. Lisa Rose-Wiles, science librarian, for further information.

Crossroads: A Shifting Landscape – Opening Reception: Thursday, January 26 – 5pm to 9pm

Monday January 17 through February 17, 2012

Contact: Jeanne Brasile
Tel. 973-275-2033 Email: jeanne.brasile@shu.edu

 

Travis Childers “Brickscapes” bricks, model train landscaping material, foam, gel medium(installation with 30 bricks arranged in grid like pattern on floor); dimensions variable, 2011 image courtesy of Barry Jones

 

The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present “Crossroads: A Shifting Landscape” a multi-media group exhibition of contemporary landscape art curated by Jesse Gordon and Emily Ozga. The included artists address contemporary innovations in the landscape genre visually, thematically and through the use of alternative media. Artwork included in the exhibition also emphasizes the changing role of landscape art in the present day as a platform for socio- political discourse as opposed to a verisimilitude of the natural world. The curators developed this exhibition as a response to the traditional objectives of the genre, demonstrating contemporary concerns about the world we inhabit.

Featured artists include Louise Barry, Carol Chave, Travis Childers, Raquel A. Foote, Richard Gilles, Mikhail Gubin, William Hudders, Nina Jordan, Suzy Kopf, Jeremy Rosenstein Kortes, Franck Lesbros, Susan Maakestad, Jason Meyer, Bruce Pollock, Daniel Rosenbaum, Patrick Seufert, Susan Shaw, Rachel Sitkin, Ryan Thompson, Kati Vilim, Joe Waks and Sook Yoo. The selected artists include an international group, as well as artists from the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. An exhibition catalogue with an essay by the curators will be available at the Walsh Gallery.
For 150 years, Seton Hall University has been a catalyst for leadership, developing the whole student, mind, heart and spirit. Seton Hall combines the resources of a large university with the personal attention of a small liberal arts college. Its attractive suburban campus is only 14 miles by train, bus or car to New York City, with the wealth of employment, internship, cultural and entertainment opportunities the city offers. Seton Hall is a Catholic university that embraces students of all races and
religions, challenging each other to better the world with integrity, compassion and a commitment to serving others.

For more information, see www.shu.edu. Seton Hall University is located at 400 S.
Orange Avenue, South Orange, New Jersey, 07079.

The Walsh Gallery is open 10:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

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