Ashlee Atkinson Shearer started working as a Student Assistant in Library Systems back in 2013 and continued to work here until completing her B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Child Development and Nutrition. After earning a graduate degree in Professional Counseling in 2018 from CMU,… Read moreWhere are they now? – Ashlee Atkinson Shearer
Today we’re checking in with one of our former library student workers. Zuleiha Rachid helped students at the Research Help Desk from 2016-18 before graduating from CMU with a degree in Athletic Training in 2019. One… Read moreWhere Are They Now? — Zuleiha Rachid
Learn about the cultural and biological impacts of an invasive plant called European frogbit. Our speakers will bring two important perspectives to consider. Please join us as Chase Stevens, Invasive Species Coordinator for the Saginaw Chippewa… Read moreFebruary 18 Online Event: Aquatic Invasive Species in Michigan
In December, the Wall Street Journal published an editorial written by Joseph Epstein about Dr. Jill Biden’s title. Epstein wrote: Any chance you might drop the “Dr.” before your name? “Dr. Jill Biden ” sounds and… Read moreWhat do you do when you disagree with an opinion?
The libraries are here to support your learning and research needs! Our services are available virtually and we are following health and safety protocols for in-person services. Park Library Building Hours Park Library building hours are… Read moreLibrary Services, Spring 2021
Congratulations to our library student employees who will be graduating this fall. We are proud of your accomplishments and wish you the best with your future goals! May the exceptional circumstances of 2020 inspire you to make… Read moreCongratulations Graduates!
If you are enrolled in an online course that concludes on December 18, you will have access to library services and resources outlined below. We wish you much success on your academic endeavors! Services and Access… Read moreLibrary services between November 30 and December 18
co-authored: Janet Danek and Leah Ryal Janet Danek: Many of the artworks exhibited throughout the Park Library were gifts from generous donors. The Olga Denison Collection of Anishinaabe Art is no exception. The late Olga Denison,… Read moreThe Task of Exhibits — A Student’s Perspective
Next time you need a quiet place to focus, check out the newly remodeled Mary Dow Reading Room. A popular destination with spectacular views of the Fabiano Botanical Garden, the Mary Dow Reading Room is a… Read moreMary Dow Reading Room Remodel Expands Individual Study Options
National Hispanic Heritage Month, which is officially celebrated from September 15th -October 15th, is a time to recognize and honor Hispanic culture and achievements in the United States, and to acknowledge the social and cultural contributions… Read moreNational Hispanic Heritage Month