Category Archives: Events

Haiti Relief Lunch 1/31/13

haitilunch

 

4th ANNUAL HAITI RELIEF LUNCH

Thursday, January 31st
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
at The Perch

$10.00 buys a hot dog with all the fixins’, chips and a drink.

Presentation on our progress in Haiti will take place at 12:15PM

Finals Week Stress Relief

Finals Week Stress Relief

FINALS WEEK EVENTS

Are you ready? Take a break from finals with some of our events during Finals week.

24/7 Study Hours  
Library and Post Learning Commons buildings will be open  24/7,  Dec. 11-18

Primal Scream!!!
Get ready for some scream therapy and make some noise
Dec. 11, 10pm, Plaza outside Post

Massage
De-stress with a quick massage
Dec. 11,12 and 14, 9pm-11pm. Café at the Post Learning Commons

Paws for a Study Break
Take some time out and meet a therapy dog. http://www.tdi-dog.org/
Dec. 13 10am-2pm, Atrium of the Post Learning Common
Research indicates that petting a dog lowers stress levels. The Post Academic Center and the Learning Resource Center are hosting a group of dogs from Therapy Dogs International. The organization provides animal therapy to hospitals, libraries and several other locations. Release some stress and pet a puppy!

Wed. 10/10 Snapshot PA day

 

Snapshot PA

Wednesday, October 10 is our SnapShot PA day!

Staff from the Post Learning Commons and Drexel Library will be “snapping” a shot of the library’s activities that day. SnapShot PA is a state-wide project to capture information about library usage and services.
Library staff will take photos, collect information and stories, and compile data regarding library usage that day.

For more information on SnapShot PA, please visit http://www.snapshotpa.org/ .

10/19 Noon: Book Discussion – Vatican II: 50 Personal Stories

Book Discussion – Vatican II: 50 Personal Stories

Vatican II: 50 Personal Stories

 

October 19, 2012
Noon
Wachterhauser Seminar Room,
2nd Floor Post Learning Commons

Please join us as we celebrate the recent release of Dean William Madges’ book, Vatican II: 50 Personal Stories (William Madges and Michael J. Daley, editors).

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the first session of Vatican II. In this collection of 50 stories, authors provide their assessment and personal experience of this important event in Catholic history. Authors include Francis Murphy (who, as “Xavier Rynne,” penned an inside account of the Council for The New Yorker), Martin E. Marty, Lisa Sowle Cahill, John O’Malley, Joan Chittister, Gregory Baum,Michael Novak, Basil Pennington, Richard McBrien, Cardinal Avery Dulles, John Dominic Crossan, Joseph Komonchak, Brother Roger of Taizé, Cardinal Francis Arinze, Elizabeth Johnson, David Hollenbach, and many more.

A light lunch will be served.

9/21 noon: Book Talk with Angilee Shah and James Carter, Ph.D.

Please join us for the Book Launch and Discussion of

Chinese CharactersChinese Characters: Profiles of Fast-Changing Lives in a Fast -Changing Land
featuring Co-editor, Angilee Shah, and Contributors Jay Carter and Megan Shank

Friday, September 21, 2012
12:00 – 1:00 PM

Wachterhauser  Seminar Room
Post Learning Commons, 2nd floor

A light lunch will be served.

Copies of the book will be available for sale and signing

“It is refreshingly free of cant and far better-written than most non-fiction about China:
well worth the time and effort,” Peter Gordon, Editor, Asian Review of books

Protecting Your Digital Footprint: 9/19 at 3pm

Protecting Your Digital Footprint at Work, Home & on the Road:

15 Tips on ID Theft in 60 Minutes


Robert Lackie     featuring Robert Lackie, Professor & Librarian
at the Franklin F. Moore Library, Rider University


Location:
Cardinal John P. Foley Campus Center
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 3:00pm

 

Robert is a very engaging speaker with lots of great practical advice. Personal ID theft continues to escalate, 543 million records were breached from 2005 – 2011.

This program will give you the tools to be vigilant in protecting your privacy, identification and good name. It also includes information on who is at risk, the various

types of ID theft, and how to detect and protect your own digital footprint.


This event is co-sponsored by the Post Learning Commons/Drexel Library, the Office of Information Technology and the Office of Organizational Learning and Leadership.

 

Faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend.


To register for the event:

Log into MySJU (http://my.sju.edu/cp/home/loginf )

· Click on the School Services Tab

· Under Employee Services, select Enroll for Employee Training

· For Class Type, select Training & Development

· For Subject, select Campus Workshop Series

· Click SEARCH and register

 

5/23/12 – Saint John’s Bible Event for Area Archivists

Saint Johns Bible

Wednesday May 23, 2012 1:00 to 3:30pm

Special Collections
3rd floor – Post Learning Commons

Saint Joseph’s University

View several volumes of The Saint John’s Bible and the BBC documentary of the making of the Bible.

The Saint John’s Bible is the only handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine Monastery since the advent of the printing press more than 500 years ago. Commissioned by the monks of St. John’s Abbey in Minnesota, the Bible is a fusion of ancient artistic materials and techniques with modern technology envisioned by Donald Jackson, the official scribe and calligrapher for the British Crown.

This event will conclude with a tour of the newly-constructed Learning Commons and the refurbished Drexel Library.

For more information contact:
Marjorie Rathbone
rathbone@sju.edu
610-660-1912

Finals got you frazzled?

Check out the end of the semester events at Drexel Library and Post Learning Commons


Group Study Rooms:

Reserve a room using our online form on the Library homepage

Extended Hours:

Starting Sunday, April 29, the Library and first floor of the Learning Commons will be open 24/7.

Writing Center Satellite:

Writing Fellows are available until April 27. Monday – Thursday, 4-6pm

5 Minute Massage:

Take a break with a 5-minute massage from a certified sports massage therapist. April 30 – May 2, 8:00-10:00pm