Wang, Q., K. Manmi, and M. L. Calvisi."Numerical Modeling of the 3D Dynamics of Ultrasound Contrast Agent Microbubbles using the Boundary Integral Method."Physics of Fluids 27 (2).
Michael Calvisi, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Help us celebrate the freedom to read by joining us Tuesday, Sept. 29th, from 10:00-11:00am in El Pomar Plaza, for a Banned Books Week Readout.
This month's Archives display documents the first-ever classes at UCCS. This display shows what the campus was like and includes the memories of instructors and students who were there.
Are you writing a paper or just starting new research and wondering what to do with all of the citations and literature that you are finding? Attend a workshop and learn how to use the Library's new citation management tool, RefWorks!
Want to tell your story and win some cash in the process? Participate in the library's Talk About It: Storytelling Contest!
September is Intergeneration Month. This month's library display celebrates how different generations work and live together.
Want to know what is new at your library this fall semester? Join us September 10th, from 11am to 1pm, and find out!
Martin Garnar, a reference services librarian and professor of library science at Dayton Memorial Library at Regis University in Denver, will be dean of the UCCS Kraemer Family Library.
Yoo, Monica S. "The Influence of Genre Understanding on Strategy use and Comprehension." Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy 59 (1): 83-93. DOI: 10.1002/jaal.432
Monica Yoo, College of Education
Teri Switzer, dean of the Kraemer Family Library, will retire on August 31st, following a 42-year career in libraries and seven years at UCCS.
This month's display features repeat photography of the UCCS campus. Earlier photographs are recreated and are shown together to trace the change through time.
Wagganer, Jason D., Thomas J. Pujol, Mark E. Langenfeld, Jeremy T. Barnes, Amanda J. Sinclair Elder, Craig L. Elder, and Joshua E. Tucker. "A Workload Selection Procedure for the Åstrand-Ryhming Test for Women." Perceptual and Motor Skills. 120(3): 687–699.
Mandy Elder and Craig Elder, Health Sciences
Escasa-Dorne, M. J."Sexual Functioning and Commitment to their Current Relationship among Breastfeeding and Regularly Cycling Women in Manila, Philippines."Human Nature. 26(1): 89-101.
Michelle Escasa-Dorne, Anthropology
Elbert, Monika M. and Lesley Ginsberg. "Romantic Education in Nineteenth-Century American Literature: National and Transatlantic Contexts." New York: Routledge. 2015.
Lesley Ginsberg, English
This month's Archives display shows how the UCCS campus has expanded over the years, beginning with the donation of the Cragmor Sanatorium property in 1964.
Thinking about a visit to a national park this summer? This month's library display will whet your appetite.
Beginning June 15th, the Library VPN is no longer necessary to access the Library's electronic resources off campus!
This month's Archives display shows a variety of student recreational activities on campus.
Sassower, Raphael."Compromising the ideals of science." Basingstoke: Palgrave Pivot. 2015.
Raphael Sassower, Philosophy
Ilem, Allison A., Leilani Feliciano, and Linda A. LeBlanc."Recognition of Self-Referent Stimuli in People with Dementia: Names & Pictures as Prosthetic Memory Aids."Clinical Gerontologist 38, no. 2: 157-169.
Allison Ilem (Ph.D. graduate) & Leilani Feliciano, Psychology
This month's Archives display shows the UCCS campus as the first University employees arrived.
This month's library display celebrates Children's Book Week 2015 (May 4-10), the longest-running literacy initiative in the United States.
Posusta, Rebecca. "Architecture of the Mind and Place in Jane Austen's Persuasion." Critical Survey 26 (1): 76-91. DOI: 10.3167/cs.2014.260106
Rebecca Posusta, English
The Kraemer Family Library is honored to be this year's recipient of the UCCS Campus Sustainability Award!
Did you know that petting an animal may help lower stress? Come take a break from studying while visiting therapy dogs from K9 to 5! They will be in the library May 5th (4-6pm) and May 6th (2-4pm).
Margaret Harris, Vanessa Farrell, Linda Houtkooper, Scott Going, and Timothy Lohman,“Associations of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Intake with Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women”Journal of Osteoporosis, vol. 2015, Article ID 737521, 8 pages, 2015. doi:10.1155/2015/737521
Margaret Harris, Health Sciences
The Library and the Jane Austen Society of North America (Pikes Peak Region) invite you to join us at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 26th for a dramatic reading of Jane Austen's "Lady Susan" by an all UCCS student cast.
The April Archives display looks at "How Things Have Changed" on the UCCS campus, including buildings, mascots, and more.
April is National Poetry Month! This month's library display highlights the diverse voices of 20th and 21st century American poetry.
Mack, Katherine Elizabeth. "From Apartheid to Democracy: Deliberating Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa." University Park, PA : The Pennsylvania State University Press. 2014.
Katherine Mack, English
It's time to vote for the winners of the Kraemer Family Library's repeat photography contest! Besides bragging rights, top vote earners will receive prizes.
The March Archives display highlights UCCS student government and some issues that students have voted on in previous elections.
In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Kraemer Family Library is partnering with UCCS Coffee Shops to print haikus and limericks authored by members of the UCCS community on coffee cup sleeves. Submit your original haiku or limerick by April 6!
Edgar Cota Torres, Fernando Feliu-Moggi, Jose Salvador Ruiz Mendez, et al. Nuevas Fronteras/New Borders. University of Colorado Colorado Springs and Universidad Autónoma de Baja California. 2014.
Èdgar Cota Torres and Fernando Feliu-Moggi, Language and Cultures
This month's library display highlights materials from our collection about the 2015 honorees for this year's National Women's History Month, along with a selection of biographies and memoirs about American women throughout our history.
Bultema, J. J., J. A. Boyle, P. B. Malenke, F. E. Martin, E. C. Dell'Angelica, R. E. Cheney, and S. M. Di Pietro."Myosin Vc Interacts with Rab32 and Rab38 Proteins and Works in the Biogenesis and Secretion of Melanosomes."Journal of Biological Chemistry 289 (48): 33513-33528.
Jarred Bultema, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Do you need to create a research poster for a class or conference? Come to the Library's poster workshop! You'll learn how to create a poster using PowerPoint. This workshop is free and open to all (no RSVP required), just show up!
The February Archives display documents the history of the University of Colorado Extension Division's activities in Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado.
This month's library display on the 3rd floor highlights materials about the 13th Amendment and slavery in the United States in celebration of the 150th anniversary of its ratification.
Wurtele, Sandy K., Simons, D. A., and Moreno, Tasha A. (2014)."Sexual Interest in Children among an Online Sample of Men and Women: Prevalence and Correlates." Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 26(6), 546-568. doi:10.1177/1079063213503688
Sandy Wurtele, Psychology
Maike Buchin, Somayeh Dodge, and Bettina Speckmann. "Similarity of trajectories taking into account geographic context.” Journal of Spatial Information Science. No. 9, 101-124. doi:10.5311/JOSIS.2014.9.179
Somayeh Dodge, Geography and Environmental Studies
This month's library display highlights the best fiction and non-fiction books published in 2014.
The January Archives exhibit traces the history of Cragmor Sanatorium. The UCCS campus was established on the former property of the Cragmor Sanatorium.
This month's library display coincides with "National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month."
Anderson-Pence, K. L., Moyer-Packenham, P. S., Westenskow, A., Shumway, J., & Jordan, K. "Relationships between visual static models and students’ written solutions to fraction tasks." International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, 15, 1-18.
Katie Anderson-Pence, Curriculum & Instruction