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The River Campus Libraries are comprised of Rush Rhees Library, Carlson Science and Engineering Library, Physics-Optics-Astronomy (POA) Library, Rossell Hope Robbins Library, Business and Government Information Library, Art/Music Library, Digital Scholarship Lab and other research libraries.
To learn more about these libraries, sign up today for a guided tour.
Please contact Kathy Wu at email@example.com to schedule a tour.
2018 Library Workshops
Intro to U.S. Higher Education - Making the Right Moves
* Classroom expectations, and how to be academically successful
* Finding the attending conferences and making connections in academia
* Research tips and how to avoid unintentional plagiarism in academic writing
* What to expect in preparation for a Ph.D. thesis
2018 Reference Managers Workshops
List of 2018 Reference Managers Workshops (including times and locations)
2018 Afterlife of Theses & Dissertations Workshop
Do you own Copyright of your Thesis? Embargo - What? Why? Diss to Book - what should you know?
Publishing your research? Why not Open Access?
Join us for a conversation about the afterlife of your research. Learn about your rights as a scholar, benefits of publishing as Open Access, and ask questions!
What's in a name? The quirky stories behind scientific nomenclature ( (https://libcal.lib.rochester.edu/event/4732616)
Names have power and meaning, and many scientific names have surprising stories behind their origin. Four scientists: an Evolutionary Ecologist (John Jaenike), a Molecular Biologist (Elaine Sia), an Astronomer (Judith Pipher) and a Chemist (Lauren VanGelder), will share the history of scientific nomenclature in their disciplines and discuss our constant struggle to organize, classify and name everything in the universe.
Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Time: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Location: Carlson Library, 2nd Floor, near the window.
Light refreshments available.
Academic Job Search - Faculty Panel (Please RSVP)
Are you exploring a career in academia? Are you hoping to become faculty at a college or university? Join us for a panel discussion with University of Rochester AS&E faculty who have recently conducted an academic job search. Please bring questions for the panel! Panelists include: Dr. Laura Elenbaas - Assistant Professor, Psychology Dr. Thomas Fleischman - Assistant Professor, History Dr. William Miller - Assistant Professor, English Dr. Lee Murray - Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Science Dr. Marc Porosoff - Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Dr. Tom Weber - Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Science Dr. Aaron White - Assistant Professor, Linguistics Please note: If you or an event participant require disability-related accommodations, please contact David Cota-Buckhout (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible, ideally at least 3-5 business days in advance of the event.