Stop by the Engineering Librarian Table in the Duderstadt Center Connector at lunchtime on Tuesday, November 13 to get any research questions answered.
We have two book displays for October, both located in the second floor lobby area of the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library. The first display highlights several books and other materials on communication, and the second display highlights horror comics.
We have two new book displays in the 2nd floor lobby area, highlighting different aspects of the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library collection. The first display contains notable books related to food and food production. The second display contains graphic novels from our collection that involve science-related topics.
We have two new displays in the 2nd floor lobby area of the Duderstadt Center, both of which highlight materials from the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library collection. The first display showcases materials about the art, science and politics of water, and the second display showcases anthologies of comics newspaper dailies.
We are currently featuring a book display in the lobby on the second floor of the Duderstadt Center entitled "The Air We Breathe." It highlights books from the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library collection related to the concept of air in architecture, air handling in buildings, air pollution, etc.
We are currently featuring two new book displays in the lobby on the second floor of the Duderstadt Center. The first one is a comics display that features Marvel characters from the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War movie coming out in the next few days. The other display highlights books in the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library collection that feature the element of Earth, in recognition of Earth Month this month.
For our March book displays, we decided to highlight books in the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library collection that have to do with fire, whether it be volcanoes, fire in Australian art, or the art of clay creations made with fire. Our comics display this month highlights graphic novels that feature vampire characters, whether it be Dracula himself or the many nemeses of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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