October 7, 2016
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Join Friends of the Library for the inaugural design & wine series event: Discover the Design Library! The evening will include a Design Library tour, a show-and-tell of unique Design Library collections and resources, and virtual reality fun with Oculus Rift. Attendees will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, wine, and receive a logo wine glass.Contact Information Friends of the Library 919.515.2841 email@example.com Admission Information
Pre-registration is required.
All design & wine series events are free to current Friends of the Library members and Life Members. You can join Friends of the Library at www.lib.ncsu.edu/giving/friends. Non-members can attend each event with a $20 cash door charge and required pre-registration.
Wild equids : ecology, management, and conservation
Crow and Walshaw’s manual of clinical procedures in dogs, cats, rabbits, and rodents
Boyle, Jennifer E., author.
Birds in trouble
Barber, Lynn E., author.
Blackwell’s five-minute veterinary consult, Avian
Cheats and deceits : how animals and plants exploit and mislead
Stevens, Martin, 1982- author.
The dragon behind the glass : a true story of power, obsession, and the world’s most coveted fish
Voigt, Emily, author.
The humane economy : how innovators and enlightened consumers are transforming the lives of animals
Pacelle, Wayne, author.
Conservation of freshwater fishes
Buried deep in our hearts : a novel
The tale of Josephine Rose : a horse’s magical neigh
Halverson, Kristen, author.
Visit the William Rand Kenan, Jr. Library of Veterinary Medicine to see the new artwork installed August 2016. The Library entrance portholes feature reproductions of veterinary student artwork from the Spring 2016 Veterinary Illustration Selective VMC 991-29 taught by Dr. Michael K. Stoskopf, Professor of Aquatics, Wildlife, and Zoologic Medicine and of Molecular and Environmental Toxicology.
Veterinary Illustration is a one-week studio course taught at the CVM in April 2016. It offers veterinary students the opportunity to hone their observation as well as their drawing and illustration skills with live observations at the Teaching Animal Unit and other locations. Students became familiar with basic drawing and pen and ink techniques with an emphasis on rendering from three dimensional objects, living animals, and photographs from books and journals in the Libraries’ collections. To learn more about the course, and other art and design efforts at the CVM, read the article “Creativity and a Critical Eye” (pg. 7-8) in the NCSU Libraries Focus magazine
Fourteen works highlighting a variety of drawing techniques were selected by a jury of faculty, staff and librarian judges. The seven listed below will be on display until January 4, 2017.
Top Row (Left to Right) [click below for detailed images]
- Snatch (Osprey) – Paige Harrelson ’18
- Serenity (Squid)– Kristina Baltutis ’17
- Contemplation (aka Jimmy) – Kassie Martinez ’19
Bottom Row (Left to Right)
- Deer – Will Patterson ’19
- Poison Dart Frog – David Tamas ’19
- Raccoon on a Mission – Catherine Si ’19
- Rusty Bear – Kris Kellermeyer ’19
These works and photos of additional drawings by all students in the course will soon appear on the digital display screen in the Library. In January 2017, the second set of porthole images will be placed. Thank you to all of the artists Class of 2017: Kristina Baltutis, Candace Matthews Stroud; Class of 2018: Paige Harrelson, Jessica Loyd, Jessica Palmer, Elizabeth Smith; Class of 2019: Christine Crawford, Kris Kellermeyer, Kassie Martinez, Will Patterson, Catherine Si, David Tamas.
The drawings were photographed and prepared for porthole display by Nathan Latil, Media & Design, College of Veterinary Medicine.
August 26, 2016
12:00pm – 5:00pm
- Technology Sandbox (Hill) at the D. H. Hill Library
Have you tried VR? As virtual reality (VR) becomes increasingly affordable, more and more immersive experiences are available. The fields of medicine, education, gaming, filmmaking, and art are all moving forward with VR content. NCSU Libraries wants you to experience VR and to help shape its future—on our campus and in our world. Please join us this Friday in the Technology Sandbox at D.H. Hill Library, to try out the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR headsets, and the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality (AR) device. You can also see Ricoh Theta S 360° cameras in action, and try out different sorts of Google Cardboard viewers with your phone. Much of this equipment is already available from NCSU Libraries Technology Lending, and all of it will be soon! Library staff will assist you with the gear so you’ll have a great experience.Contact Information Pete Schreiner (919) 515-4154 firstname.lastname@example.org Admission Information
Free and open to the public.
Rabbit medicine and surgery
The Merck veterinary manual
Animal health, human health, one health : the life and legacy of Dr. James H. Steele
Carter, Craig Nash, 1949- author.
Elsevier’s veterinary assisting textbook
Sirois, Margi, author.
Physiology of behavior.
Carlson, Neil R., 1942-
Pathologic basis of veterinary disease
Farm animal surgery
Reptile ecology and conservation : a handbook of techniques
Animal physiotherapy : assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of animals
California amphibian and reptile species of special concern
Thomson, Robert C., 1982- author.
What a fish knows : the inner lives of our underwater cousins
Balcombe, Jonathan P., author.
Handbook of small animal imaging : preclinical imaging, therapy, and applications
Getting in TTouch with your horse : how to assess and influence personality, potential and performance
The dog merchants : inside the big business of breeders, pet stores, and rescuers
Kavin, Kim, author.
Blackwell’s five-minute veterinary consult clinical companion. Small animal toxicology.
One health (Zinsstag).
Mulliken and Young’s vascular anomalies : hemangiomas and malformations
Mulliken, John B.
August 26, 2016
9:30am – 10:30am
Teaching and Visualization Lab at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library
Tania Allen and Sara Queen, assistant professors in the College of Design, will discuss the cross-disciplinary graduate level research and mapping seminar they developed: DIY (Do It Yourself) Cartography. In this course, students used techniques of mapping as a comparative analytic tool to uncover hidden meanings between data and reality. The course curated diverse historical perspectives through the lenses of natural history, the social city, the physical city, economics, politics, arts and culture. Allen and Queen will show student work from the class, explain the research and data collection methods used, and discuss how the mapping and visualization process was used as a technique to raise fundamental questions about the trajectory of urban development in Raleigh.Contact Information Walt Gurley (919) 515-8822 email@example.com Admission Information
Free and open to the public.Other Information
Coffee & Viz is a program of the NCSU Libraries. Coffee and light refreshments will be available in an adjacent space begining at 9:15 a.m.; program begins at 9:30 a.m.
With demolition completed recently, the landmark Harrelson Hall is at an end. We wanted to continuing looking back at its earliest days, and we developed the timeline below to show how the building came to be created:
The North Carolina General Assembly authorized construction of a new classroom building on the NC State campus.
Plans were developed for the new classroom building to be circular.
The Building and Grounds Committee approved the space between Polk and Williams Halls as the location of the new classroom building.
The Board of Trustees approved the official naming of the new classroom building as Harrelson Hall in honor of Chancellor John W. Harrelson.
Architectural plans for Harrelson Hall were released to the public. The architects were Holloway-Reeves and Associates, aided by architecture faculty member E. W. “Terry” Waugh. Waugh was responsible for the circular design concept, believed to enclose the largest amount of space with the least amount of materials, a necessary requirement during a time of teacher shortages and increasing enrollment. The pie-slice shapes of interior spaces was thought to make perfect classrooms, some of which could hold 200 students.
Plans for the “round classroom building” were finalized; construction began. T. A. Loving and Company was the general contractor. Concrete was a major material used in construction; some parts of the building were precast and others poured in place.
The core of the building (including the bathrooms, utilities, and ramp) was constructed first.
Construction was completed. The university stated the final cost was $2,250,000 (later that was revised down to $1,990,000). At first the university claimed the building’s 77 classrooms could hold 4,500 students. This may have been overly optimistic; a few years later, the campus facilities office stated that Harrelson Hall could seat only 3,254 students. Nevertheless, both numbers are impressive because a total of 7,117 students were enrolled at NC State during the Fall 1961 semester.
The public first glimpsed the inside of the building. Only one floor was completely furnished for an open house on November 4. At another open house on November 18 as part of Homecoming festivities, 1,200 people filed through the building. While most comments were favorable, some criticism was noted: people complained of noisy steam pipes, a lack of bathrooms for women (there was only one), and potential dangers with the ramp. Some noted that it took significantly longer to walk the ramp than climb the stairs.
The Department of Mathematics was the first unit to move into the building.
Students had already begun calling the building “The Pie” and having fun with it: the February 8 Technician reported on a student roller skating down the ramp. Landscaping was still incomplete, and students and faculty complained of mud and weeds surrounding the building (it would be five more years before the Brickyard was constructed). Over time, complaints about the building mounted, including noisy air conditioning, curved chalkboards, and disorienting corridors and ramps.
7 March 1962
The building was officially dedicated as part of NC State’s 75th anniversary ceremonies and the 100th anniversary of the Morrill Act creating land-grant colleges and universities.
The Building and Grounds Committee recommended funds for landscaping around Harrelson Hall and development of detailed landscaping plans for the open space nearby.
Physiology of behavior.
Carlson, Neil R., 1942-
Before happiness : 5 actionable strategies to create a positive path to success
Achor, Shawn, author.
Functional anatomy of the upper hind limb : performed at the International Hoof-Care Summit, January 31, 2012
Taylor, Mitch, author.
Handbook on injectable drugs
Trissel, Lawrence A.
AHFS drug information, 2013
Functional anatomy of the distal limb : performed at the International Hoof-Care Summit, February 1, 2011
Taylor, Mitch, author.
Caring hands : discussions by the Laboratory Animal Refinement & Enrichment Forum
Take a look at the CVM author publications for July 2016 courtesy of the NCSU Scholarly Publications Repository.
CVM and other NC State 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 NC State publications, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 919-513-6218.
The Veterinary Medicine Library staff welcomes you! We look forward to helping you become familiar with our resources and services. Visit us between Wednesday, August 3rd and Wednesday, August 10 to complete your team case investigations. We are eager to get to know you and assist with your information needs.
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NA2542.4.S23 2016 Through the Healing Glass
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NA2542.4.Y39 2016 Architecture and Adaptation : from cybernetics to tangible computing
NA2543.G46 E86 2016 Ethno-Architecture and the Politics of Migration
NA2543.N38 P37 2016 Paris Under Construction : building sites and urban transformation in the 1960s
NA2543.S6 G73 2016 Architecture as Cultural and Political Discourse : case studies of conceptual norms and aesthetic practices
NA2543.S6 M48 2016 Swahili Port Cities : the architecture of elsewhere
NA2543.S6 S385 2016 Outlaw Terrritories : environments of insecurity/architecture of counterinsurgency
NA2543.S6 S535 2016 Style and Seduction : Jewish patrons, architecture, and design in the Fin de Siècle Vienna
NA2707.L4 B75 2016 Voyage Le Corbusier : drawing on the road
NA2728.C525 2015 Cita Works
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NA2850.M56 2016 Residential Interior Design : a guide to planning spaces
NA3310.H57 2016 Histories of Ornament
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NA6751.N49 2016 New Laboratories : historical and critical perspectives on contemporary developments
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NB497.S49 A4 2015 Tim Shaw
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NC139.T86 A4 2015 Cy Twombly Drawings
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Dogs to diapers for the safety of your baby
Silva, Carrie, author.
Dog anatomy : a photo atlas
Walker, Heather P., author.
The happiness advantage : the seven principles of positive psychology that fuel success and performance at work
The Veterinary Medicine Library has the following hours for the Intersession period this August:
- Monday – Thursday, August 1-5 : 7:30am – 6:00pm
- Saturday – Sunday, August 6-7 : 1:00pm – 5:00pm
- Monday, August 8 : 7:30am – 6:00pm
- Tuesday, August 9 : 7:30am – 9:00pm
- Wednesday, August 10 : 7:30am – 9:00pm – Regular Fall Hours Begin
Longer hours are available at the D.H. Hill Library and James B. Hunt Library – go to NCSU Libraries’ Libraries & Hours page for details.
Reserve lists for DVM courses will be taken from each faculty’s online course syllabus published as of Monday, August 1. Required (and optional) texts and library reserve titles will be entered in Reserves Direct, the Libraries’ online reserve management system.
If you need to put materials on reserve for other courses, please give us a reserve list (or email it as an attachment to email@example.com) by 10 AM on Monday, August 1. In addition to your name and course name/number, provide complete citations (title, author, & edition) for titles desired.
All personal materials (both books and media) listed on the syllabus or reserve lists should also be brought to the Library by 10 AM on Monday, August 1.
For information on VML reserves services and the online reserve management system, see Course Reserves on our website. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Dave Provost at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-513-6408.Photo credit: www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3478665