Monthly Archives: April 2014

Earlier Opening Hours Sunday

On Sunday, April 27 the library will open at 10:00 a.m. to provide some additional study and prep time for exams and final papers.

On Wednesday (April 23,) Thursday (April 24,) Sunday (April 27,) and Monday (April 28) the library has coffee, hot chocolate and cookies available from 7:00 p.m. until these items run out.

Therapy Dogs at Ames – Reading Day

5843023076_159ff65fda_zStressed out?  IWUF1RST is bringing therapy dogs to The Ames Library Patio on Wednesday, April 23 from 2 pm – 6 pm.  There will also be massage chairs and yoga, and we’re excited about those too, but mostly we’re looking forward to hanging out and snuggling with cute dogs.  Thanks to IWUF1RST for sponsoring this event! (“Black Labrador Lotte” by Andreas, CC-BY-NC-ND)

John Wesley Powell Conference, April 12

John Wesley Powell Conference logo

You are invited to the 25th John Wesley Powell Undergraduate Research Conference beginning on Friday, April 11 with posters and presentations by students from Educational Studies in The Ames Library from 4 pm – 7 pm.  On Saturday, April 12, the conference begins at 9 am in the Center for Natural Sciences with posters and presentations from students in the humanities, social sciences and sciences. Composition students will present their work during the luncheon, and students from the School of Art will present their work beginning at 1 pm in the Ames School of Art. Our keynote this year is Paul Black, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow from Wake Forest Baptist Health.  For the full schedule, please see the conference website.  For programs and presentations from past conferences, please visit the conference archive.

For presenters: If you are printing a poster at the library, you can pick it up at the Circulation Desk during regular library hours.  If you’d like to add your work (poster, presentation, art work, composition, photos) to the conference archive, please contact Stephanie Davis-Kahl.