BH151.R3413 2013 Aisthesis : scenes from the aesthetic regime of art
CB357.S658 2012 Traces of Modernity
DA679.L66 2014/2015 London Design Guide 2014-2015
F128.36.C66 2013 Mapping Manhattan : a love (and sometimes hate) story in maps by 75 New Yorkers
F128.65.C3 Z44 2013 Central Park NYC : an architectural view
G1015.B4825 2010 Atlas Maior of 1665
GT580.F37 2006 v. 1-2 Fashion : a history from the 18th to the 20th century
GV1469.27.A878 2013 The Art of Assassin’s Creed IV : Black Flag
HF5438.5.T46 2012 Sales Promotion Design for the Favorite Shops
HT166.A328 2012 City Sense : shaping our environment with real-time data
HT166.G43713 2013 How to Study Public Life
HT395.E8 E87 2013 Europe’s Changing Geography : the impact of inter-regional networks
N72.P6 S766 2013 Seeing is Believing : the politics of the visual
N410.C8697 2013 The Curatorial : a philosophy of curating
N6494.E6 Y47 2013 Yes Naturally : how art saves the world
N6537.W28 A4 2012 Andy Warhol : from silverpoint to silver screen : 1950s drawings
N6606.2.R87 2013 Masterpieces of Haitian Art
N6822.5.M63 A4 2011 Moholy-Nagy : laboratory of vision
N7276.8.H32 A4 2012 Pascal Hachem
N7300.L55 2012 Lines of Control : partition as a productive space
N7433.4.B66 C64 2012 Colour : based on nature
N7433.8.E98 2013 Expose 11
N7433.8 .L37 2012 The Digital Art Technique Manual : for illustrators & artists : the essential guide to creating digital illustration and artworks using Photoshop, Illustrator, and other software
N7433.8.Z43 2012 Fantasy + : world’s most imaginative artworks
NA27.L66 2013 Adolf Loos : creating your home with style
NA201.J63 2013 Discovering Architecture : how the world’s great buildings were designed
NA355.M628 S449 2013 Temples and Sanctuaries in the Roman East
NA350.P43 2013 The Most Beautiful Opera Houses in the World
NA380.A733 2013 Architecture is Life
NA645.6.L33 M3 2013 Buildings of the Labour Movement
NA680.K518 2013 A Question of Qualities : essays on architecture
NA687.A85 2010 v. 4 Atlas Europe : architectures of the 21st century
NA687.C65 2012 Architecture : the common
NA687.C76 2013 Pelli Clarke Pelli Associates
NA687.P56 2013 Pin-Up : interviews
NA705.S36 2013 American Architecture and Urbanism
NA710.U33 2013 Evolving Transcendentalism in Literature and Architecture : Frank Furness, Louis Sullivan, and Frank Lloyd Wright
NA735.L66 O95 2014 The Oyler House : Richard Neutra’s desert retreat (dvd)
NA737.E3294 P46 2012 People in Glass Houses : the legacy of Joseph Eichler (dvd)
NA737.L327 A4 2012 Myth, Modernity, and the Nature of Things : the design of Salvatore Larosa
NA737.M44 A4 2013 Richard Meier Architect 6
NA737.M645 M66 2013 Moody Nolan Design
NA737.M714 C66 2012 Cloudline : a house by Toshiko Mori
NA749.B38 B38 2013 BattersbyHowat
NA749.M66 A4 2013 Place and Occasion : Montgomery Sisam Architects
NA869.P49 A72 2013 Casa Poli
NA958.R45 2013 Regionalism and Modernity : architecture in western Europe, 1914-1940
NA966.5.N4 S38 2013 A Treatise on Modern Architecture in Five Books
NA968.G76 2013 Concretopia : a journey around the rebuilding of postwar Britain
NA1011.5.L6 C67 2013 Adolf Loos
NA1053.J4 A4 2013 Le Corbusier : an atlas of modern landscapes
NA1088.H78 J64 2013 Johannes Peter Holzinger : psychodynamic spatial structures
NA1098.T96 2013 Greece : modern architectures in history
NA1123.C43 A4 2012 CEBRA : from drawing to building
NA1123.S35 M33 2013 Carlo Scarpa
NA1123.T4 C6713 2013 Guiseppe Terragni
NA1123.T487 A4 2013 Matteo Thun : the index book
NA1123.V35445.A4 2013 Walter Vallini Architect : works 2000-2012
NA1153.N56 A4 2012 Nio Architecten
NA1173.E77 A4 2013 Architectural Moments : Atelier D’Architecture Bruno Erpicum
NA1199.S63 J34 2012 Speech : architectural transfers : Tchoban & Kuznetsov
NA1273.J37 2012 Jarmund/Vigsnaes Arkitekter
NA1313.C65 A4 2013 Coll-Barreu Arquitectos
NA1313.M55 A4 2013 Rafael Moneo : international portfolio 1985-2012
NA1313.O35 A4 2012 Casa AA : origami architecture
NA1348.B37 2012 Central Switzerland : a metropolis
NA1455.B543 S87 2012 Studio Nonstop
NA1473.2.D83 B34 2013 Al Bahr Tower : the Abu Dhabi Investment Council Headquarters
NA1473.5.D39 S25 2013 Demystifying Doha : on architecture and urbanism in an emerging city
NA1510.8.B3 R34 29=013 Rafiq Azam : architecture for green living
NA1549.R63 R43 2013 Reconnecting Cultures : the architecture of Rocco Design
NA1559.Y674 A4 2012 Behaviors and Protocols : Yasutaka Yoshimura
NA1996.M675 2014 Architecture 3.0 : the disruptive design practice handbook
NA1996.S26 2012 Architectural Strategies :
NA2300.M4 S43 2013 A Second Modernism : MIT, architecture, and the ‘techno-social’ moment
NA2349.C66 2013 Constructing Europe : 25 years of architecture
NA2500.B27613 2014 Lina Bo Bardi : the theory of architectural practice
NA2500.M33 2013 Architectures of Chance
NA2500.W47 2014 Design Games for Architecture
NA2500.Z34 2012 The Sniper’s Log : architectural chronicles of generation X
NA2540.C33 2012 The Need for a Cultural Landscape Theory : an architect’s approach
NA2542.3.B76 2013 Sun, Wind & Light : architectural design strategies (3rd edition)
NA2542.35.S69 2013 Adaptive Ecologies : correlated systems of living
NA2542.4.C78 2013 The Inhabitable Flesh of Architecture
NA2543.G46 A69 2013 Architecture and Globalisation in the Persian Gulf Region
NA2543.G46 R2 2014 R. Buckminster Fuller : world man
NA2543.P43 T87 2013 Brasilia
NA2543.S6 A396 2012 Architecture and the Paradox of Dissidence
NA2543.S6 A6275 2013 Architecture, Art and Identity in Venice and Its Territories, 1450-1750
NA2543.S6 C648 2013 Tales of Two Cities : Paris, London, and the birth of the modern city
NA2543.S6 M359 2014 Architecture and Ritual in the Churches of Constantinople : ninth to
NA2543.S6 S39 2013 Building Transatlantic Italy : architectural dialogues with postwar America
NA2543.S6 W55 2013 Sex and Buildings : modern architecture and the sexual revolution
NA2543.T43 A723 2013 Architecture in Formation : on the nature of information in digital architecture
NA2543.36.S39 2013 Sustainist Design Guide
NA2597.F74 2012 Interviews : Tony Fretton, Sulan Kolatan, Andreas Bründler, CJ Lim, Andre Schmidt
NA2700.C59 2014 Drawing : the motive force of architecture
NA2708.A73 2013 Construction and Design Manual : architectural drawings
NA2728.T36 2014 Parametric Building Design Using Autodesk Maya
NA2750.A7313 2013 Basics : architectural design
NA2750.S545 2014 Collage and Architecture
NA2765.S615 2013 Space Matters : exploring spatial theory and practice today
NA2765.S83 2012 Spatial Murmuring : migration of space and ideas
NA2790.M524 2012 v.1-2 Architectural Models
NA2850.B56 2013 Biography, Identity, and the Modern Interior
NA2850.G57 2014 Manhattan Atmospheres : architecture, the interior environment, and urban crisis
NA3060.S685 2014 Staircases : history, repair and conservation
NA5471.S5 S65 2013 The Bishop’s Palace at Salisbury
NA5620.S9 G64 2013 Time Matter(s) : invention and re-imagination in built conservation : the unfinished drawing and building of St. Peter’s, the Vatican
NA5620.S9 O43 2013 Old Saint Peter’s, Rome
NA6216.L37 C587 2014 Creating City Center : world-class architecture and the new Las Vegas
NA6230.A89 2013 A-Typical Plan : on identity, flexibility, and atmosphere in the office building
NA6230.O89 2013 Construction and Design Manual : offices
NA6230.W63 2013 Where Architects Work
NA6234.S92 B3763 2012 Novartis Campus – Physic Garden 3 : Souto de Moura
NA6690.R68 2013 Constructing Memory : architectural narratives of Holocaust Museum
NA6840.F7 R43 2014 Modern Architecture in Theatre : the experiments of Art et Action
NA6862.P82 S2 2013 Hiram Bithorn : vision, icon, and stadium
NA7110.F73 2012 v.1-2 Josef Frank : writings
NA7110.J66 2013 How to Read Houses
NA7451.F87 2012 Minka 1955 : Japanese traditional houses
NA7451.Y66 2012 v.1-2 Japan House
NA7561.A27 2013 Rural Modern
NA7561.A73 2013 Architecture to Landscape
NA7570.G35 2013 Bungalow : architecture + design
NA7574.P38 2013 Summer Houses
NA7596.S7 A53 2013 The Islamic Villa in Early Medieval Iberia
NA7850.I7 P527 2012 Iranian Caravanserais
NA7855.O54 2013 One of a Kind : restaurant design
NA7860.F472 2013 10 Stories of Collective Housing : graphical analysis of inspiring masterpieces
NA8340.B53 2013 Healthy Stables by Design
NA8375.A44 2013 21st Century Architecture : alfresco living
NA9053.B53 B46 2013 Cycle Infrastructure
NA9053.S6 K73 2014 Negotiating the Mediated City : everyday encounters with public screens
NA9053.K86 2012 Redefining Public Space in Hanoi : places practices and meaning
NA9053.S6 O66 2013 Open Space : urban public landscape design
NA9053.S6 P66 2014 The Skycourt and the Skygarden : greening the urban habitat
NA9085.B47 A35 2013 Furniture, Structure, Infrastructure : making and using the urban environment
NA9183.A173 2012 A New Urban Metabolism : Barcelona/Lugano case studies
NA9207.C36 2012 The Selfmade Land : culture and evolution of urban and regional planning in the
NA9208.R6 H324 20123 Habitat : biq builds the city
NA9278.6.S6 A35 2012 African Perspectives : [South] Africa : city, society, space, literature, and architecture
NB1278.C5413 2013 Art Parks : a tour of America’s sculpture parks and gardens
NC139.H3 A4 2012 Keith Haring : 31 subway drawings
NC139.L57 A4 2013 The Drawings of Laurie Lipton
NC139.M293 A4 2012 Eddie Martinez : the drawings
NC139.M378 A4 2013 Chris Martin Drawings
NC141.S73 2013 Traces : fantasy worlds and tales of truth
NC257.R3 A4 2012 Raphael : drawings
NC263.B65 K67 2012 Bosch : die zeichnungen
NC730.J26 2013 Drawing with Hand, Head, and Heart
NC730.V345 2013 Walk the Line : the art of drawing
NC750.M648 2013 Basic Perspective Drawing : a visual approach
NC760.F224 2013 Anatomy for Fantasy Artists
NC900.B87 2012 The Luminous Trace : drawing and writing in metalpoint
NC960.N55 2013 Walter Nikkels : depicted
NC975.S66 2014 Artistic Liberties : American literary realism and graphic illustration, 1880-1905
NC978.5.R63 A4 2013 Golden Age Illustrations of W. Heath Robinson
NC997.F54 2013 New Graphic Design
NC997.F85 2012 Full of Character[s]: character design
NC997.G727 2013 Graphic Candy : unique graphic ideas that will stick to your heart
NC997.L27 2012 100 Visual Ideas, 1000 Great Ads : how advertising recycles and hijacks world famous symbols and images
NC997.O525 2011 One by One
NC997.S626 2013 vol.1-3 So1o 2uo 3rio : small studio – great impact
NC997.W37 2012 Popular Lies* about Graphic Design
NC998.5.A1 H3313 2012 The Art of the Jeep : from propaganda to advertising
NC998.6.G7 D47 2012 D&AD 12
NC999.6.C2 B36 2012 Marian Bantjes : pretty pictures
NC999.6.F8 A33 2012 Akatre : zero to five
NC999.6.S8 S6336 2012 Make Enemies & Gain Fans : the Snask way of becoming a successful creative entrepreneur
NC1000.A765 2012 Graphic Design Basics 6
NC1000.K53 2013 Go : a Kidd’s guide to graphic design
NC1001.V586 2013 Design Currency : understand, define, and promote the value of your design work
NC1002.L63 H68 2013 Logobook
NC1002.P33 D475 2012 Designlicious : gastronomy by design
NC1764.H377 2013 Modern Cartooning
NC1764.5.U62 M672 2013 Bazooka Joe and His Gang
NC1766.U52 N637 2013 The Noble Approach : Maurice Noble and the zen of animation design
NC1766.U53 H68 2012 The Art and Making of Hotel Transylvania
NC1766.U53 M668 2013 The Art of Monsters University
NC1800.G7 2014 Graphis Poster Annual 2014
NC1827.S78 Z872 2012 Iconic Posters – Poster Icons
ND212.7.J89 2013 Juxtapoz : new contemporary
ND1460.Y65 K66 2013 Yokai Museum : the art of Japanese supernatural beings from YUMOTO Koichi Collection
ND1489.B355 2013 Colour in the Making : from old wisdom to new brilliance
ND2608.A254 2013 Flip the Script : a guidebook for aspiring vandals & typographers
NE542.3.K54 A4 2012 Out of the Wood
NK512/M5 D47 2013 Design Miami : the global forum for design/ December 4-8, 2013
NK959.D3713 2012 Italian Liberty Style
NK1071.Y34 2013 The Unknown Craftsman : a Japanese insight into beauty
NK1175.F79 2012 Becoming Human by Design
NK1380.F63 2012 Art Nouveau : between modernism and romantic nationalism
NK1390.A136 2012 60s Decorative Art
NK1390.A138 2013 70s Decorative Art
NK1397.Y44 2013 Design Transitions : inspiring stories, global viewpoints, how design is changing
NK1483.A1 Z43 2012 Designed in China : the engrossing Oriental concept
NK1484.A1 N46 2010 Nendo 10/10
NK1484.Z9 K8732 2013 v. 1-2 Shiro Kuramata
NK1484.6.A1 K674x 2013 Korea Power : design and identity
NK1492.Z9 U772 2013 Patricia Urquiola : time to make a book
NK1505.G75 2010 Design and Truth
NK1510.C65 2007 Patterns : new surface design
NK1510.J79 2014 The Culture of Design (3rd edition)
NK1520.C66 2013 Conditional Design Workbook
NK1520.H25 2013 The Handbook of Design for Sustainability
NK1520.S547 2013 Sustainable Thinking : ethical approaches to design and design management
NK1535.Z45 A4 2013 Eva Zeisel : life, design and beauty
NK1560.V22 2013 C.F.A. Voysey
NK2115.L5 M4613 2012 Designing with Shadow : lighting design for urban environments and architecture
NK2192.F84 M3836 2013 Matisse : the chapel at Vence
NK2195.R4 D477 2012 Dessert Station
NK2195.R4 W43 2013x Whet My Appetite : culinary graphic design
NK2385.P39 2013 European Furniture of the 19th Century
NK2439.S337 A4 2013 Eero Saarinen : objects and furniture design
NK2528.J33 2013 Modern British Furniture : design since 1945
NK2542.C37 A4 2013 We Sit Together : utopian benches from the Shakers to the Separatists of Zoar
NK2542.G68 A4 2013 Eileen Gray : objects and furniture design
NK2898.M86 A4 2013 Art Carpets : Cleto Munari and friends
NK3600.H36 2013 Lettering Large : art and design of monumental typography
NK3600.S485 2013 Draw Your Own Alphabets : thirty fonts to scribble, sketch, & make your own
NK5205.C65 M67 2013 Baccarat 1764 : two hundred and fifty years
NK5398.Q1 N22 2013 Narcissus Quagliata : architypes and visions in light and glass
NK8875.M45 2013 Silk and Cotton : textiles from the Central Asia that was
NK8877.M42 2012 Southeast Asian Textiles : the Tilleke & Gibbins collection
NK8898.B63 A4 2013 The Emergence of Form
NK9505.S48 2013 Setting the Scene : European painted cloths from the fourteenth to the twenty-first century
NX650.C66 R4 2013 Re-Imagining the City
P93.5.K37 2014 The Design Method : a philosophy and process for functional visual communication
PG3190.I5 2013 Inside the Rainbow : Russian children’s literature 1920-35 : beautiful books, terrible times
PN1993.5.G3 R69 2013 The Berlin School : films from the Berliner Schule
PN1995.9.P5 T54 2012 They Shoot Typo, Don’t They? : a collection of film poster design
PN1997.99.B5497 2011 Bill Cunningham : New York (dvd)
PN5183.R65 A3 2011 Carine Roitfeld : irreverent
PN6727.W68 P763 2012 Jim Woodring : problematic
PN6728.C34 W38525 2005 The Complete Calvin and Hobbes
PS3608.A78285 H37 2013 The Crow Says Schmack!
QK98.183.R43 A2 2013 Pierre-Joseph Redoute : botanical artist to the Court of France
SB433.5.B667 2012 Bonsai : a patient art
SB451.36.G7 D25 2013 Norfolk Gardens and Designed Landscapes
SB451.36.G7 J3613 2013 Travel Report : an apprenticeship in the Earl of Derby’s kitchen gardens and greenhouses at Knowsley, England
SB457.6.R53 2013 The New English Garden
SB466.G35 P774 2013 Prussian Gardens
SB466.G72 K46 2013 The Elizabethan Garden at Kenilworth Castle
SB469.35.G3 M5413 2013 Garden Culture of the Twentieth Century
SB470.D69 D69 2013 The Landscape Designs of Doyle Herman Design Associates
SB470.O23 H47 2013 Cornelia Hahn Oberlander : making the modern landscape
SB470.S35 M37 2012 Mario Schjetnan : urban environment and landscape
SB470.55.A8 S36 2012 Making Landscape Architecture in Australia
SB472.3.E57 2013 Visual Communication for Landscape Architecture
SB473.G642 2013 Gardens of Marrakesh
SB481.C58 2013 City Parks : public places, private thoughts
SB481.S74 2011 Metropolitan Landscape Architecture : urban parks and landscapes
T385.D68555 2013 Dosch Textures : arch views : America
T385.D68645 2013 Dosch Textures : final render materials
T385.D68655 2011 Dosch Textures : real-time textures
T385.D68658 2013 Dosch Textures : road surfaces
T385.D6926 2009 Dosch Textures : animated water
TA645.S753 2012 Structural Design of Low-Rise Buildings : in cold-formed steel, reinforced masonry, and structural timber
TH438.13 R33 2012 BIM Demystified
TH1421.J37 2012 Earth Building : history, science and conservation
TH4819.P7 H86 2012 Mail-Order Homes : Sears homes and other kit houses
TH4860.R33 2012 The Natural Building Companion : a comprehensive guide to integrative design and construction
TH7015.H44 2010 Heat / Cool : energy concepts, principles and installations
TH7975.D8 S75 2012 Quality Lighting for High Performance Buildings
TJ163.5.B84 G48 2013 Design For Climate Change
TJ163.5.D86 H65 2011 Warm House Cool House : inspirational designs for low-energy housing
TK7881.6.D94 2013 Doing Cultural Studies : the story of the Sony Walkman (2nd edition)
TL175.P45 2011 The Sydney Opera House Car Park and the Double Helix
TL410.N49 2013 Fifty Bicycles that Changed the World
TR659.C64 2013 Balthazar Korab : architect of photography
TR660.S858 2012 Desert Air
TR679.N485 2013x New Fashion Photography
TS171.K87 2013 Brand Romance : using the power of high design to build a lifelong relationship with
TS171.4.M38 2013 Material + : creative products
TS171.4.M49 2014 The Art of Product Design : changing how things get made
TS171.6.P37 2013 Product Sketches : from rough to refined
TS171.8.P76 2013 Prototype : design and craft in the 21st century
TT103.J35 2012 Crafts Atlas of India
TT505.B45 B45 2013 Dirk Bikkembergs : 25 years of athletes and fashion
TT505.D56 2013 The Print Revolution : groundbreaking textile design in the digital age
TT505.V355 2013 Giambattista Valli
TT870.F829 2012 Spiral : origami / art / design
Z246.A76 2013 Aspects of Contemporary Book Design
Z246.F855 2013 Fully Booked : ink on paper : design & concepts for new publications
Z246.H367 2013 Understanding Type
Z246.M373 2013 Playing with Type : 50 graphic experiments for exploring typographic design principles
Z246.P43 2013 Teaching Type to Talk
Z250.A2 T9843 2013 Typography Papers 9
Z250.N49 2012 New Typography
Z252.5.L48 W48 2013 Letterpress Now : a DIY guide to new & old printing methods
Z261.U56 2013 Paper Folding Designs
Z271.W457 2008 Bookcraft : techniques for binding, folding, and decorating to create books and more
The James B. Hunt Jr. Library will be profiled this month in the nationally syndicated PBS series, Cool Spaces!, a new prime-time program that promises to “profile some of this century’s most exciting architecture in the U.S.”
Sponsored by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Bluebeam Software and hosted by Boston architect and educator Stephen Chung, the new series focuses “on presenting cutting-edge, contemporary public buildings and spaces and the daring architects who push the boundaries of design and materials.”
Cool Spaces! is scheduled to appear on over 100 public television stations across the country, with coverage in about 95% of households with televisions.
The hour-long episode that features the Hunt Library focuses on three libraries that have been dramatic additions to the cultural lives of their communities. The Hunt Library shares the stage with the Seattle Central Library—listed by the AIA as one of American’s favorite 150 buildings—and the South Mountain Community Library, celebrated for a bold design that encourages interaction between students and local residents.
Featured in almost 300 media pieces since its opening in January 2013, the Hunt Library has gained an international reputation as “the library of the future” for its immersive technologies and for inspiring learning and teaching spaces that encourage collaboration and cross-disciplinary research. The library’s lead designer, Snøhetta, is known for its work on the National September 11 Memorial and Museum pavilion, the new look for Times Square in New York City, and the Golden State Warriors complex on the San Francisco waterfront. In 2012, Architecture Magazine ranked executive architects Pearce Brinkley Cease + Lee (now Clark Nexsen) as the15th best firm in the United States.
UNC-TV will make the Hunt Library episode available to its viewers on Thursday, April 10, at 9 p.m. and at multiple other times on that date. A listing of schedules for PBS stations nationwide can be found on the Cool Spaces! website.
The companion book to Cool Spaces!—also featuring the Hunt Library—can be preordered online from the publisher’s website or from Barnes & Noble. The book will be available in Barnes & Noble bookstores starting in mid April.
Take a look at the CVM author publications for March 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 email@example.com or call us at 919-513-6218.
These are the Vet Med Library Pre-Finals, Reading Day and Spring Examination Hours.
April 7 -11 (Monday-Friday) : 6:00am – 12:00am
April 12 (Saturday) : 6:00am – 7:00pm
April 13 (Sunday) : 8:00am – 12:00am
April 14 – 16 (Monday-Wednesday) : 6:00am – 12:00am
April 17 (Thursday) : 6:00am – 6:00pm
April 18 (Friday) : 7:30am – 6:00pm
April 19 (Saturday) : 11:00am – 7:00pm (Regular Hours Resume)
Longer hours are available at the D.H. Hill Library and James B. Hunt Library. See http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/hours/ for all NCSU Libraries Hours.
Denoix, Jean-Marie. Nigerian dwarf goats care : dairy goat information guide to raising Nigerian dwarf dairy goats as
David, Taylor, author. How to foster dogs : from homeless to homeward bound
Miller, Pat, 1951 October 14- Canine rehabilitation & physical therapy. Plurithematic issue of the Scientific and technical review, 2012 Improving biosecurity through prudent and responsible use of veterinary medicines in aquatic food production
FAO/AAHRI Expert Workshop on Improving Biosecurity through Prudent and Responsible Use of Veterinary Medicines in Aquatic Food Production (2009 : Bangkok, Thailand) Culture of cells for tissue engineering Try tracking! : the puppy tracking primer
Krause, Carolyn A., 1943- Innovation or Replication : proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Zoo Design
International Symposium on Zoo Design and Construction. (6th : 2004 : Torquay, England) The patron saint of lost dogs : [a novel]
Trout, Nick. A dog walks into a nursing home : lessons in the good life from an unlikely teacher
Halpern, Sue, author. House rabbit handbook : how to live with an urban rabbit
Harriman, Marinell, 1941- Buffalo medicine
Chakrabarti, Amalendu, author.
We’ve recently added just over a dozen new digitized films related to university history to our Rare and Unique Digital Collections.College Days NC State, 1950 4H Dress Review Nuclear Reactor Noise Lab Peace Corps
The Veterinary Medicine Library has began processing Spring Selectives requests. CVM Faculty who need to put materials on reserve may submit a reading list (or email it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, April 11th. To help us expedite your request, please specify the email subject as Reserve Request. In addition to your name and course name/number, provide complete citations (title, author, and full call number) for titles desired.
The Libraries’ reserve management system offers you or your designate an opportunity to manage many aspects of the course reading page. Please visit the reserves management system at https://reserves.lib.ncsu.edu/ where you can make your requests.
For additional information on VML reserves services and quick access to the system, go to Course Reserves. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Betsy Whitman at email@example.com or phone 919-513-6218.
This week is Agriculture Awareness Week, and to help celebrate it, the Libraries is curating a small exhibit that marks the 100th anniversary of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. The federal Smith-Lever Act in 1914 funded life-changing educational programs at NC State and other land-grant universities across the country. Even earlier, the seeds for Extension were sown by a “see-for-yourself” demonstration movement for farmers and rural families in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Early pioneers included Seaman Knapp, A.B. Graham, Booker T. Washington, and North Carolina’s own Jane S. McKimmon.
These educators’ ideals transformed the way land-grant universities saw their roles. Cooperative Extension placed professional educators in local communities with the mission of improving lives. Today, North Carolina Cooperative Extension has programs in all 100 counties and on the Qualla Boundary of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians. These programs draw on research-based knowledge from NC State and NC A&T — the state’s two land-grant universities — to help North Carolinians to move forward and prosper.
To help farmers better produce food, feed, and fiber, Extension has taught improved agricultural techniques, introduced better varieties, improved soil conditions, and promoted mechanization. Shown here is John Johnson and 68.5 bushels of corn produced on one acre of his Scotland Neck farm in 1939.
Extension has also promoted pest management and the cure and prevention of plant diseases. For example, in the 1920s a focus was boll weevil eradication. The insect threatened major damage to the cotton crop in North Carolina and throughout the South.
In 1917 Extension began promoting forestry and timber management as potential revenue sources for North Carolina farms with extensive tree stands. Shown here are workers preparing pulpwood, circa 1930.
Before the 1930s, most North Carolina farms lacked access to electricity. During the New Deal, Extension became a partner in rural electrification, and it promoted the labor saving benefits of electric power. New appliances allowed some farmers to expand into other commodities.
Extension has also focused on soil conservation. Methods for combating erosion have been growing vetch (shown here at a Pineville farm in 1937) and terracing fields.
Cooperative Extension has a long history of youth programs. Boys corn clubs and girls tomato and canning clubs began in 1909 and 1911, respectively. These programs were the beginnings of 4-H in the state. Shown here are youth clubs, circa 1920.
Extension has offered programs for women since the mothers of girls’ canning club members asked for their own clubs in the early 1910s. These programs were originally called “Home Demonstration.” The women’s clubs also raised gardens and canned produce, and they held curb markets as a way for women to earn their own money, as seen in this photo.
During World War II, 4-H youth contributed to the war effort. By raising food in the Feed a Fighter drive, North Carolina 4-Hers were honored by naming two warships, including the U.S.S. Tyrrell, launched from Wilmington in 1944.
Home Demonstration also formed groups for sewing (as seen in this photo from the 1940s), making mattresses, and even upholstering furniture. Today the program is called Family and Consumer Sciences, and it has expanded well beyond its original activities.
The exhibit will be on display in the circulation lobby of D. H. Hill Library until April 4, 2014. The Special Collections Research Center holds many items documenting the history of extension in North Carolina. To discover images similar to those on display in the exhibit, visit the Libraries’ Rare and Unique Digital Collections.
March 26 – New Articles from Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Department Researchers at NCSU
For more publications by NC State authors, visit the NCSU Libraries Digital Repository.
Fox, Steven M. Vet tech essentials : core principles in veterinary technology
Wolff, Amy J., author. Intuitive biostatistics : a nonmathematical guide to statistical thinking
Motulsky, Harvey. Mastery of endoscopic and laparoscopic surgery Georgis’ parasitology for veterinarians
Bowman, Dwight D., author. Cat dissection : a laboratory guide
Allen, Connie, 1945- author. Anatomy and physiology of domestic animals
Akers, R. Michael, author. Manual of stem cell and bone marrow transplantation
Antin, Joseph H., author. Wildlife management and conservation : contemporary principles and practices Primate ecology and conservation : a handbook of techniques Clinical procedures in veterinary nursing Lost animals : extinction and the photographic record
Fuller, Errol, author. Rapid review, ECG interpretation in small animal practice
Oyama, Mark A. Six-figure shoeing : how to build a profitable and rewarding farrier business
Butler, Doug, 1942-
This week, the Special Collections Research Center will be holding a special event at the College of Design.
In conjunction with the AIA Triangle and NCSU School of Architecture Joint Lecture Series on Situated Modernisms & Global Practice, the NCSU Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) is holding a “show and tell” event at the College of Design that will showcase some of its unique materials. The Friday Forum will be held on March 28 from 12:00 – 1:30 in the Belk Rotunda at Brooks Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
This event will complement the lecture on Monday, March 24, at 6:00 pm in Burns Auditorium in Kamphoefner Hall, featuring Roger Clark, FAIA, and Margret Kentgens-Craig. The Friday Forum with Special Collections on March 28 will give faculty, students, and others interested in modernist architecture and the history of the College of Design (previously the School of Design) an opportunity to view materials from Special Collections, including original works by Matthew Nowicki, George Matsumoto, G. Milton Small, and other luminaries who were associated with the College. Items that document the history of the College will also be on display, including materials that reflect the tenure and influence of the School’s first dean, Henry Kamphoefner.
Cited for “the creative and bold vision that went into designing an innovative model for a research library as a high-technology research platform,” the James B. Hunt Jr. Library at North Carolina State University has been awarded the prestigious 2014 Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries (SPIRL).
Judged by an international panel of library and academic leaders, SPIRL was established by the Stanford Libraries in 2013 “to single out for community attention and to celebrate functionally significant results of the innovative impulses in research libraries worldwide.”
“Our vision was to give NC State a signature library that would help us recruit the very best students and the very best faculty and to serve the community as an inspiring place of excellence and passion and ideas and vision,” says Susan K. Nutter, Vice Provost and Director of Libraries at NC State. “We could not be more honored that our vision and hard work have been awarded the Stanford Prize.”
To make it easy for you to plan in advance to see your favorites among the over 100 authors, performers, and programs available April 3-6, the daily schedule for the 2014 North Carolina Literary Festival is now available, both online and on the Festival’s free app, which you can download to your mobile device from m.guidebook.com.
The choices could be difficult, with winners of four Pulitzers, a half dozen National Book and National Book Critics Circle awards, many of your favorite North Carolina authors, the creator of the Goosebumps series, the author of The Jane Austen Book Club, and great programs for children in the Festival lineup.
Highlights include:Thursday, April 3
- Lev Grossman, book critic for Time magazine and author of Warp, Codex (an international bestseller), The Magicians (a New York Times bestseller) and The Magician King (also a Times bestseller).
- Literary trivia at the Cameron Bar and Grill.
- Junot Díaz, recipient of a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship and author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award.
- Bourbon tastings, Irish lit and drink specials, the Monti storytelling contest, and The Morning After band in venues in downtown Raleigh.
- Writer, musician, and screenwriter James McBride, author of the landmark memoir The Color of Water and 2013 winner of the National Book Award.
- R. L. Stine, the Stephen King of children’s fiction, as well as Paul Muldoon, Karen Joy Fowler, and William T. Vollmann.
- North Carolina authors Jill McCorkle, Ben Fountain, and Daniel Wallace.
- Panels on the future of storytelling, poetry, forensics, African-American women’s voices, and first novels.
- A host of activities for children and parents.
- Workshops on bookmaking, pop-up books, comics, and making electronic music.
- Richard Ford, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of The Sportswriter and its sequels, Independence Day and The Lay of the Land.
- North Carolina authors Lee Smith, Wiley Cash, Elizabeth Spencer, Allan Gurganus, and the NC Literary Hall of Fame and the Lee Smith Award.
- Additional events for children and young adults, including The Story Squad and Poetry Out Loud
The majority of the NC Literary Festival will be held in and around NC State’s new James B. Hunt Jr. Library. As the “face of NC State in the 21st century,” this new space has generated international attention for its iconic architecture, its transformative technologies, and its simulation and large-scale visualization spaces that encourage and enable new forms of storytelling. The Hunt Library will serve as the centerpiece for the NC Literary Festival’s theme, “The Future of Reading.”
The NC Literary Festival is hosted on a rotating basis by the academic libraries at NC State University, Duke University, and the University of North Carolina. The event is free and open to the public.
Laureate sponsors for the 2014 festival include PNC, Our State magazine, The Friends of the Library of North Carolina State University, and the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources that has administered grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act.
Stewart, John, author. Suffering in silence : the saddle-fit link to physical and psychological trauma in horses
Schleese, Jochen. Enhancing the professional culture of academic health science centers : creating and sustaining research communities WHO classification of tumours of soft tissue and bone Clinical supervision made easy : a creative and relational approach for the helping professions.
Ooijen, Els van, author. BSAVA manual of rabbit surgery, dentistry and imaging Media relations handbook for government, associations, nonprofits, and elected officials
Fitch, Bradford. Clinical reasoning in the health professions Marino’s the ICU book
Marino, Paul L., author. Critical care medicine : principles of diagnosis and management in the adult When helping hurts : compassion fatigue in the veterinary care professional
Ayl, Kathleen, 1954- author. Traditional Chinese veterinary medicine : fundamental principles
Xie, Huisheng. Dolphins down under : understanding the New Zealand dolphin
Slooten, Elisabeth, author. Competence and competence development Laser therapy in the companion animal practice : mechanisms and protocols for class IV laser therapy
Riegel, Ronald J. Happy kids, happy dogs : building a friendship right from the start
Shumannfang, Barbara Ann, 1968- Hill’s atlas of veterinary clinical anatomy.
Researchers can now access a great collection of drawings of agricultural and rural structures. Rural electrification, architecture, agricultural innovation, and even animal welfare are just a few of the themes that could be explored through these documents. Other possible topics for study include the history of women and children, as well as leisure studies. These drawings were created by the Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering and disseminated through the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service. They have recently been inventoried by Special Collections and added to the department’s records.
More than 1100 drawings range in date from the 1920s to the 1990s. They include plans, elevations, details, and depictions, mostly of agricultural structures for cows, pigs, and chickens, but also for rabbits, sheep, and turkeys. They were used for feeding, breeding, and shelter. Some are structures built specifically for North Carolina county fairs. There are also plans for privately-owned farms and plants throughout North Carolina, usually for particular structures or landscaping elements. Farm equipment is also represented, such as feeders, spreaders, harvesters, and hay driers. Interestingly, designs for non-agricultural buildings and objects are also found in the collection. These include local community houses, 4-H camps, playgrounds, athletic fields, roadside stands and markets, cabins, vacation houses, and recreational equipment. They provide a rich historical archive of agricultural and recreational structures of North Carolina during this time period.
Some drawings reflect transitions in agriculture during the twentieth century. Those of a 1940 mule barn reflect old practices still in effect at the end of the Great Depression. From the 1940s, electric brooders and dehydrators show the impact of rural electrification. From 1976, a bulk curing barn for tobacco reveals the spread of new production techniques that resulted from research at colleges and universities (in this case, procedures developed at NC State). Also of note are drawings for curbside markets, used by rural women in home demonstration clubs to sell produce and earn their own money, and plans for a Swansboro, North Carolina, 4-H camp, originally a segregated facility for African American youth.
Many drawings were created through the Cooperative Farm Building Plan Exchange. Through this program, each land-grant university submitted plans to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which then disseminated them to other land-grant institutions across the country. Farmers obtained plans from their local Cooperative Extension agents, free of charge, for construction on their farms. Therefore, this collection may document structures not just in North Carolina but throughout the entire United States. Some plans may have also been modified for the specific needs of individual North Carolina farms.
The drawings in this collection can be viewed at the Special Collections Reading Room of the D. H. Hill Library. Interested persons can select drawings from the inventory and then request them through our webform. The records of the Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department have not yet been fully digitized, but some texts and video are available on Special Collections’ Rare and Unique Digital Collections website. The Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering has existed since 1940, although courses in agricultural engineering date back to the founding of the university. A history of it exists on the department’s website.
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On February 8, 1911, the A&M College (later known as NCSU) basketball team played its first game against Wake Forest. Known as the Red Terrors until 1947, when all athletics teams at NCSU adopted the name “Wolfpack,” the men’s basketball team has been a member of multiple conferences and the winner of numerous championships, including the 1974 and 1983 NCAA men’s basketball championships. Since the early 1950s, much of the history of this team has been captured on film.
Two years ago the Special Collections Research Center realized that this rich history, located within a University Archives audiovisual collection that had swelled to over 300 cartons of audiovisual materials, should be made more accessible for the university community and other fans. While half of this collection was processed, the other half remained unprocessed. Identifying and locating the men’s basketball audiovisual materials would be difficult without a detailed inventory. Step 1 was to get a handle on the extent of the collection. Each carton (both processed and unprocessed) was ordered from an off-site shelving facility and inventoried for title, year, and format. We discovered 35mm still image film, 8mm, 16mm, VHS, Betacam, Betamax, U-matic, reel to reel audio tapes, cassette tapes, LPs, CDs, and DVDs, just to name the most popular formats. The content of these materials varied as well – recruitment films, educational films, sound recordings, coaches’ films, speeches, Chancellor inductions, and the list goes on.
Step 2 involved removing men’s basketball materials from the detailed inventory to create its own separate subseries. The Men’s Basketball Audiovisual Materials collection, dated from 1953 – 1994, consists primarily of coaches’ films taken from the bleachers/sidelines. These films were primarily used by coaches for training purposes. There are a smattering of other types films in this collection as well, including copies of some broadcast videos. Some of the coaches’ films have been digitized and can be found online on our Rare and Unique Digital Collections website. Having the men’s basketball materials available for researchers to locate is an exciting step in our audiovisual collections processing plan!
Stay tuned as we process other unique audiovisual collections – next is women’s basketball!
For questions about this or any of our collections, please contact the Special Collections Research Center.
The Veterinary Medicine Library has the following hours for CVM Spring Break:
March 17 – 21 (Monday – Friday) : 7:30am – 6:00pm
March 22 (Saturday): 1:00pm – 5:00pm
(Regular hours resume Sunday, March 23)
The D. H. Hill Library and James B. Hunt Library are open 24 hours. See All NCSU Libraries Hours.