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Library Expands Online Study Room Reservations

Starting Monday, February 8th, online reservations can now be made for five additional group study rooms in the library.

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Posted: 02/08/2016

Library Contest

Poetry Cafe

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 March 1st!

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Posted: 01/31/2016

Library Workshop

Upcoming Library Workshops

Need help organizing citations or figuring out how to display your research in an effective way? Attend one of the library's upcoming workshops on our citation management tool RefWorks and how to design a research poster!

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Posted: 01/29/2016

Faculty Publication

Carter, Stephen D. "The Precise Issue Henry Adams, Global War, and the Role of Force in American History." New England Quarterly 88, no. 4: 555-581.

Stephen Carter, English

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Posted: 01/27/2016

Faculty Publication

Bihun, O., and F. Calogero. "Properties of the zeros of generalized basic hypergeometric polynomials." Journal of Mathematical Physics 56(11): 112701 (15 pp.). 2015. DOI: 10.1063/1.4934884

Oksana Bihun, Mathematics

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Posted: 01/15/2016

Faculty Publication

Marcantoni, Jonathan. "Kings of 7th Avenue." Black Rose Writing: Castroville, TX. 2015.

Jonathan Marcantoni, English

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Posted: 01/11/2016

Archives Display

Marking Accomplishments, Looking Forward

Our new Archives display remembers UCCS's 25th anniversary celebration and highlights the accomplishments and events of the 50th anniversary year.

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Posted: 12/21/2015

Faculty Publication

Garnar, Martin."Ethics Today." Knowledge Quest. 44(1): 36-41. 2015.

Martin Garnar, Kraemer Family Library

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Posted: 12/10/2015

Faculty Publication

Brengarth, L. B. and E. Mujkic."WEB 2.0: How Social Media Applications Leverage Nonprofit Responses during a Wildfire Crisis."Computers in Human Behavior. 54: 589–596.

Lauren Brengarth (Communication) & Edin Mujkic (School of Public Affairs)

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Posted: 12/10/2015

Library Event

Pause for Paws

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 Dec. 9th (11am-1pm) and Dec. 10th (3:30-5:30pm).

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Posted: 12/03/2015

Archives Display

UCCS Holiday Traditions

Our new Archives display highlights how staff, faculty, and students celebrate the holidays of the Fall and Winter season at UCCS. 

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Posted: 11/20/2015

Library Event

A Conversation with Meghan Tifft, Author of The Long Fire

Join the UCCS English Department for a conversation with Meghan Tifft, about her new novel The Long Fire!

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Posted: 11/18/2015

Library News

Library Offers Sustainable Tote Bags for Check Out

Hands full?  Need help carrying your books?  The Kraemer Family Library, in partnership with the Green Action Fund, is now checking out reusable tote bags to help you with your load!

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Posted: 11/07/2015

Library Display

International Education Week 2015

This month's library display celebrates International Education Week (November 16-20).

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Posted: 11/06/2015

Library Workshop

Designing a Research Poster

Do you have research that you want to present at a conference, in a class, or for a display? Attend our upcoming workshop and learn how to design a research poster!

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Posted: 10/27/2015

Archives Display

UCCS Students Helping

The new Archives Display looks at a few examples of how UCCS Students are helping other students, the community, and the world.

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Posted: 10/24/2015

Library Workshop

Introduction to RefWorks

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!

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Posted: 10/21/2015

Library Display

Celebrating October

This month's library display highlights holidays, events and historic anniversaries, special days and unusual traditions celebrated in the month of October. 

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Posted: 10/14/2015

Faculty Publication

Bradley-Geist, J. C., I. Rivera, and S. D. Geringer."The Collateral Damage of Ambient Sexism: Observing Sexism Impacts Bystander Self-Esteem and Career Aspirations."Sex Roles. 73(1): 29-42. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-015-0512-y

Jill Bradley-Geist, College of Business

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Posted: 10/14/2015

Library Event

Tech Open House 2015!

On October 14 from 11am-2pm, explore the technology services offered by the Library and the Information Technology Department! Attend an awesome mini-workshop, talk directly with the tech experts, and enjoy some free food. All tech levels welcome!

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Posted: 10/09/2015

Archives Display

Homecoming at UCCS

The October Archives display traces the history of Homecoming at UCCS. From an 'open house' to show  what UCCS was doing to a celebration with student-created traditions, Homecoming continues to evolve. 

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Posted: 10/06/2015

Faculty Publication

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

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Posted: 09/29/2015

Library Event

Banned Books Week Readout

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.

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Posted: 09/24/2015

Archives Display

First Classes at UCCS

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.

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Posted: 09/18/2015

Library Workshop

Introduction to RefWorks

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!

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Posted: 09/17/2015

Library Event

Talk About it: A Storytelling Contest

Want to tell your story and win some cash in the process? Participate in the library's Talk About It: Storytelling Contest!

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Posted: 09/15/2015

Library Display

Intergeneration Month

September is Intergeneration Month. This month's library display celebrates how different generations work and live together.

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Posted: 09/10/2015

Library Event

What's New at the Library

Want to know what is new at your library this fall semester? Join us September 10th, from 11am to 1pm, and find out!

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Posted: 09/03/2015

Library News

New Dean of Library Martin Garnar to Start Sept. 1st

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.

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Posted: 08/27/2015

Faculty Publication

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

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Posted: 08/19/2015

Library News

Dean Teri Switzer Retiring on August 31st

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.

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Posted: 08/11/2015