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“I come to this library purposely during finals week because of the crafts and snacks they plan,” said Margaret Barry, graduating senior in the College of Nursing. “It makes us feel better, like we are being looked after and not forgotten during the hard times. Some of us are struggling, so the ‘Hey, we are looking out for you,’ and the ‘We want you to do well,’ support means a lot.”
Laupus Library will be offering its dedicated students an array of opportunities for relaxation and recreation during exams week. The library’s staff hopes students will take a quick break from their studious preparations to ease tension, pressure and anxiety — even if only for a few short minutes.
Laupus Library created the program in 2005 as an opportunity for both faculty and staff to be honored for their published research and scholarly contributions to their area of study. This year’s eligibility criteria includes books, book chapters, articles in peer-reviewed journals and other creative works published between July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, to be registered for recognition. Creative works are inclusive of, but not limited to, academic abstracts, editorials/letters to the editor, and scholarly reviews in peer-reviewed journals; published educational materials, conference presentations, proceedings papers, and visual media.
2018 registration now open!
Our MHIG presentations cover a wide variety of topics related to medical history.
Enroll online and become a member of the Friends of Laupus Library for 2018.
Eye Rain and Heart Cramps by April Holbrook now on exhibit on our fourth floor.
Laupus Library presents The Country Doctor Museum, the oldest museum in the United States dedicated to the history of America's rural health care located in Bailey, NC.
7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM