Prendergast, Heather, author. Veterinary immunology : principles and practice
Day, Michael J., 1960- author. Beyond the crossroads : change and innovation in dental education
For more publications by NC State authors, visit the NCSU Libraries Digital Repository.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has awarded the Hunt Library a 2014 Educational Facility Design Excellence Award for furthering NC State’s “mission, goals and educational program while demonstrating excellence in architectural design.”
Engelking, Larry R. (Larry Rex) Robbins and Cotran pathologic basis of disease Citizen canine : our evolving relationship with cats and dogs
Grimm, David, 1975- Lucky dog : how being a veterinarian saved my life
Boston, Sarah, 1973- author. Handbook of differential diagnosis of the dog and cat. Milk cow kitchen : “cow” girl romance, cheese recipes, farmstyle recipes, backyard cow keeping
Butters, MaryJane, 1953- A veterinarian’s guide to financial planning : from school to retirement
Sutherland, Paul H. Surgery reference notebook : sutures & needles for veterinarians.
Students at NC State are experimenting with new and interesting methods of conducting and presenting research through visualization and digital media. The 1st Annual Multimedia Research Contest seeks to recognize and promote this innovation by offering prizes for student projects using animations, web sites, digital maps, 3D visualizations, video games, or other creative formats. Here’s your chance to develop your skills, and try to win some cash in the process!
Completed projects are due February 1, 2015, and should include a bibliography, 50-100 word abstract, and a 200-300 word overview of the research process.Who is eligible?
Any NC State undergraduate or master’s student is eligible to enter. Students may enter either individually or in groups. Groups may have both undergraduates and graduates within the same group. Students from all departments in the university are encouraged to enter.Prizes
Select projects will be publicly showcased within the NCSU Libraries.
Through a generous grant from Gale Cengage Learning, the Libraries will offer:
- Total prizes of $1500, including a grand prize of at least $1000.
- A catered awards reception in Spring 2015.
For more information see: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/multimediacontest
Do you want to build a robot that interacts with Twitter, a banana piano, or your own wearable electronics project? Are you interested in learning about 3D Printing but aren’t sure where to start? The Libraries are offering several exciting Makerspace workshops this semester that will provide an awesome introduction to a variety of innovative technologies. All workshops are free for all NCSU students, faculty, and staff, and no prior experience is required to participate!Register here for workshops: Getting Started with 3D Printing – Friday Aug. 29, 2-3:30pm, Hunt Introduction to Arduino & MaKey MaKey – Thursday Sept. 4, 6-7:30pm, Hill Getting Started with 3D Design – Friday Sept. 12, 2-3:30pm, Hill Getting Started with 3D Printing – Tuesday Sept. 30, 6-7:30pm, Hill Introduction to Arduino & MaKey MaKey – Friday, Oct. 3, 2-3:30pm, Hunt Getting Started with 3D Design – Thursday Oct. 9, 6-7:30pm, Hunt Introduction to Arduino & MaKey MaKey – Tuesday Oct. 21, 6-7:30pm, Hunt Spooky Sounds with Arduino – Tuesday Oct. 28, 6-7:30pm, Hill
A full calendar of workshops is also available at go.ncsu.edu/makerworkshops
Post contributed by Sarah Breen, Library Associate.
Marvin J. Malecha, dean of North Carolina State University’s College of Design and professor of architecture, has contributed to the profession through wide-ranging endeavors as a practicing architect, educator, administrator, researcher, and member and leader of professional organizations. In 2011, Dean Malecha shared a sample of sketches with the public through an exhibition held by NCSU Libraries. Prior to joining the University as dean of the College of Design, Malecha was dean of the College of Environmental Design at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, where he was active in teaching and research.
The Special Collections Research Center in NCSU Libraries holds a collection of Malecha’s papers containing drawings, concept sketches, prototypes, correspondence, speeches, articles and papers, publications, personal notes, meeting minutes and conference notes, presentation materials and photographic materials related to his work over the last five decades. Malecha has contributed more than just leadership to the university–he has also designed images for various departments, the University Mace, and has led the design effort for the Chancellor’s Residence on NCSU’s Centennial Campus.
To read more about the Marvin J. Malecha Papers, take a look at the guide to the collection found here.
The Veterinary Medicine Library has the following Labor Day Holiday Hours:
- August 29 (Friday): 7am -6pm – Regular Hours
- August 30 (Saturday): 11am – 7pm – Regular Hours
- August 31 (Sunday): 1pm – 5pm
- September 1 (Monday): 1pm – 8pm
- September 2 (Tuesday): 7am – 11pm - Regular Hours Resume
See https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/hours/hill/general for all NCSU Libraries Hours.
Echoing Oliver Wendell Holmes’ declaration that the Boston Public Library is “a palace for the people,” The San Francisco Chronicle has listed the Hunt Library among “the most spectacular libraries in the world.”
WRAL explores how the extensive press coverage about the Hunt Library has raised the profile of N.C. State, North Carolina, and the Raleigh community in global discussions about innovative research and education.
Dallas, S. E. (Sue E.), author. Cancer and your pet : a guide to alternative and integrated treatment
Cargill, Marie, author. Mosby’s veterinary PDQ : veterinary facts at hand : practical, detailed, quick
WolfCopy has removed the value adder machine for copy cards. WolfCopy cards are no longer available for purchase at the NCSU Libraries.
A WolfCopy card reader will remain for copying through the end of Fall 2014. If you have value on your WolfCopy cards, please use it by December 15, 2014. If you are not able use all your card value by December 15, please contact WolfCopy to find out about your options.
NCSU students, faculty, and staff can use the money in their AllCampus accounts for copying on the Follow Me printer in the Current Journals/VETS aisle. Starting January 2015, guests must use cash for copying.
Questions? Need Help? Ask us at the service desk.
Callahan, Gerald N., 1946- author. Wild connection : what animal courtship and mating tell us about human relationships
Verdolin, Jennifer L. Arousal, anxiety and fear : empathy, understanding & options for anxious or fearful dogs
Clothier, Suzanne, author. Emerging and exotic diseases of animals
The Veterinary Medicine Library Staff welcomes you. We look forward to helping you become familiar with our resources and services. Visit us between Monday, August 11 and Friday, August 15 for the team case investigations. We are eager to get to know you and assist with your information needs.
Wanamaker, Boyce P., author. Veterinary business and enterprise : theoretical foundations and practical cases Small animal pathology for veterinary technicians
Johnson, Amy, 1973- author. Tasks for the veterinary assistant
Pattengale, Paula, author. Animal madness : how anxious dogs, compulsive parrots, and elephants in recovery help us understand ourselves
Braitman, Laurel, author. Blackwell’s five-minute veterinary practice management consult
Take a look at the CVM author publications for July 2014 courtesy of the NCSU Scholarly Publications Repository.
CVM and other NCSU authors are specifically highlighted with their department affiliation and links to their other publications in the repository. To access the full text of any of these articles, click on “Find Text (NCSU Only)” link.
If you have questions or would like information about the repository or NCSU publications, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 919-513-6218.
UNC-TV recently aired a brief documentary program on the Dorton Arena that includes several items from Special Collections, including an architectural model (see above image) of the Dorton Arena.
The documentary included an interview with NCSU School of Architecture’s Alumni Distinguished Professor of Architecture Dr. Wayne Place, who noted that the architects of the Dorton Arena were “pushing the envelope in ways that are almost unimaginable.” The Dorton Arena was conceived of by the Polish modernist architect Matthew Nowicki, but completed by William Henley Dietrich after Nowicki’s untimely death in a plane crash over North Africa. The documentary includes several images of Nowicki’s drawings of the Dorton Arena as he began to conceptualize the design of the building.
For more information about the Special Collections Research Center and architectural materials, please contact us at email@example.com