The NSU-Broken Arrow Library is excited to once again be participating in the LTAIO Book Discussions. This Spring 2017 semester, our theme is “Not For Children Only“.
This series revisits the classics we may have read as children and more recent examples of children’s literature. Beginning with Iona Opie and Peter Opie’s “The Classic Fairy Tales” and Ethel Johnston Phelps’ “Tatterhood and Other Tales”, this series allows us to revisit our childhood haunts by reading again the books we loved as children.
Books will soon be available for checkout at the NSUBA library’s 2nd floor Circulation desk. Our series will take place at the NSU Broken Arrow campus Administration Building (BAAD) Annex and BAAD Room 170 from 2:30 – 4:00 (see below for further details).
January 25 – The Classic Fairy Tales/ Tatterhood and Other Tales – scholar Dr. Andrew Vassar, Northeastern State University (Annex)
February 14 – Little Women – scholar, Dr. Russell Lawson, Bacone College (Annex)
March 7 – The Wind in the Willows – scholar Dr. David Oberhelman, Oklahoma State University (Annex)
March 28 – Charlotte’s Web/Bridge to Terabithia – scholar Dr. Brian Cowlishaw, Northeastern State University (BAAD 170)
April 18 – Roll of Thunder/I Am the Cheese – scholar, Ms. Helen Clements, Oklahoma State University (BAAD 170)-
So, please consider joining us for a lively book discussion. Light snacks will be served. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more information about these and other events.
Posted by Dr. Pamela Louderback
The newly created Faculty Council’s “Delicious Dialogs” Monthly Faculty Research Talk & Brown Bag Lunch continues to be a great success at the Broken Arrow campus! Delicious Dialogue is a faculty led venue where each month, a speaker is highlighted to talk about their research, or some initiative that they have undertaken.
The Faculty Council began this new monthly event in November 2014 to broaden the social space just for faculty, “Delicious Dialogs Brown Bag Lunch & Talk”. Each lunch features a faculty speaker discoursing for the first 15-20 minutes on her/his current research and/or endeavors, followed by a short Q&A session. The remainder of the hour is reserved for talking with colleagues. Dr. Cheryl Van Den Handel, Faculty Council President notes, “the intent behind this monthly event is for faculty to share our research, and to get to know each other better. Oftentimes, we are so busy, we don’t have the opportunity to visit with our colleagues in other departments or colleges.”
So far, in Broken Arrow, we have heard from Dr. Erik Terdal on his study abroad and summer academy opportunities at NSU, Dr. Allyson Watson who spoke about outreach engagement in the local community, and the most recent – Dr. John Mercer who spoke about the Summer Intersession class where students visit Ashland, Oregon for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. See below for a photo of the event.
Be sure to join us if you can for the next Delicious Dialogue on February 11 in the Visitor Center Gallery from noon to 1:00 p.m. where Dr. Martha Parrott, faculty of the College of Science and Health Professions will discuss service learning models for creating programs.
Posted by Pamela Louderback
Posted in College of Education, College of Liberal Arts, College of Science and Health Professions, Education
Tagged academic achievement, Ashland Oregon, delicious dialogues, Dr. Allyson Watson, Dr. Erik Terdal, Dr. John Mercer, Dr. Martha Parrott, faculty, faculty council, Oregon Shakespeare Festival