Rebecca Crown Library’s third annual Sustainable Christmas display features items that have been constructed using recycled or re-purposed materials, including the National Union Catalog (NUC) Christmas tree.
Curator of the Butler Children's Literature Center, Thom Barthelmess, recently discussed "Thom's Rules of Order: Ten Tips for Good Book Discussion" in the Horn Book.
Julie Bach, assistant professor in the Graduate School of Social Work, discussed the growing gerontology field in the Chicago Tribune's Career Builder section.
Graduate School of Social Work Dean Charlie Stoops wrote in an opinion piece in the New York Times that prosecution for incidents of domestic violence is necessary to protect victims and to mandate that abusers get the services they need to change their behavior.
Associate Professor of History David Perry writes in Al Jazeera American that the situation in Ferguson, MO has been exacerbated by police officials' use of noncompliance as a reason to perpetuate violence.
In an article in the Daily Herald, Dave Aron, associate professor of marketing, Brennan School of Business, discussed Walgreen's decision to reject a potentially lucrative tax inversion opportunity following its acquisition of Switzerland-based Alliance Boots.
Jaimelynne Cruz MAT '11 has been selected as a Hawaii State Teacher Fellow with Hope Street Group, a national nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding economic opportunity and prosperity in America.
Chicago Tribune's Career Builder section, GSLIS Assistant Dean Diane Foote claims that access to a wealth of information on the Internet has placed even more importance on librarians, many of whom are now responsible for training library patrons about the many resources available to them. In addition, the library field has expanded to include jobs at law, medical or corporate libraries as well as government agencies and military bases.
Fifteen years ago, The Blair Witch Project was unleashed on the world—and both filmgoers and movie marketing campaigns have never been the same, according to Carrie Lynn Reinhard, assistant professor of communication arts and sciences.
Several Dominican alumnae have stayed in touch and continued the love of reading they cultivated while attending Rosary College—through the wonders of Facebook.