Friday, January 30, 2015

New Books and DVDs: December 2014

Books:

All the light we cannot see : a novel / Anthony Doerr
Art and architecture of viceregal Latin America, 1521-1821 / Kelly Donahue-Wallace
Assessment essentials : planning, implementing, and improving assessment in higher education / Trudy W. Banta, Catherine A. Palomba
Blockbuster drugs : the rise and fall of the pharmaceutical industry / Jie Jack Li
The book of unknown Americans / Cristina Henríquez


Cholera : a worldwide history / S.L. Kotar and J.E. Gessler
A chosen exile : a history of racial passing in American life / Allyson Hobbs
Conceptual physics / written and illustrated by Paul G. Hewitt, City College of San Francisco
Grothendieck-Serre correspondence / editors, Pierre Colmez, Jean-Pierre Serre ; translated by Catriona Maclean with the assistance of Leila Schneps, Jean-Pierre Serre
Crimes of the future : theory and its global reproduction / Jean-Michel Raba

The Dead Sea scrolls study edition / edited by Florentino García Martínez & Eibert J.C. TigchelaarDeep-sky video astronomy / by Steve Massey, Steve Quirk
L'éloquence du silence : dramaturgie du non-dit sur la scène théâtrale des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles / sous la direction d'Hélène Bilis et Jennifer Tamas

Essai sur les moeurs et l'esprit des nations. VII, chapitres 163-176 / Voltaire ; edited by Bruno Bernard, John RenwickEthics in science : ethical misconduct in scientific research / John D'Angelo
A fighting chance / Elizabeth Warren
Fortress commentary on the Bible. The New Testament / Margaret Aymer, Cynthia Briggs Kittredge, David A. Sánchez, editors
Fortress commentary on the Bible. The Old Testament and Apocrypha / Gale A. Yee, Hugh R. Page Jr., Matthew J.M. Coomber, editors
A guide to writing as an engineer / David Beer, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, David McMurrey, Austin Community College
Hidden riches : a sourcebook for the comparative study of the Hebrew Bible and ancient Near East / Christopher B. Hay
Imperial identities : stereotyping, prejudice, and race in colonial Algeria / Patricia M.E. Lorcin ; foreword by Hugh Roberts
Interpreting the Ancien Régime : David Bien / edited by Rafe Blaufarb, Michael S. Christofferson and Darrin M. McMahon ; preface by Keith Baker
An introduction to music technology / Dan Hosken, California State University, Northridge
Introduction to nuclear concepts for engineers / Robert M. Mayo
An introduction to thermal physics / Daniel V. Schroeder
The invisible history of the human race : how DNA and history shape our identities and our futures / Christine Kenneally
Keywords in composition studies / edited by Paul Heilker, Peter Vandenberg


Left to tell : discovering God amidst the Rwandan holocaust / Immaculée Ilibagiza with Steve Erwin
The library instruction cookbook / [edited] by Ryan L. Sittler and Douglas Cook
The linguistic cycle : language change and the language faculty / Elly van Gelderen
Making the grade : the aspiring actuary's guidebook to consistent exam success and advancement in the workplace / Nicholas Mocciolo
Midnight in Siberia : a train journey into the heart of Russia / David Greene
The militant song movement in Latin America : Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina / edited by Pablo Vila
National rhythms, African roots : the deep history of Latin American popular dance / John Charles Chasteen
The nature and origin of language / Denis Bouchard
No place to hide : Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. surveillance state / Glenn Greenwald
The Oxford handbook of the Dead Sea Scrolls / edited by Timothy H. Lim and John J. Collins
The Oxford History of English / edited by Lynda Mugglestone
Penser l'Europe au XVIIIe siècle : commerce, civilisation, empire / edité par Antoine Lilti et Céline Spector
Physics for scientists and engineers / Raymond A. Serway, Emeritus, James Madison University, John W. Jewett, Jr., Emeritus, California State Polytechnic, University, Pomona ; with contributions from Vahé Peroomian, University of California at Los Angeles
Physics of radio-frequency plasmas / Pascal Chabert, CNRS, Nicholas Braithwaite, the Open University
Poetic heroes : literary commemorations of warriors and warrior culture in the early biblical world / Mark S. Smith
Portraiture and politics in Revolutionary France / Amy Freund
Principles of plasma discharges and materials processing / Michael A. Lieberman, Allan J. Lichtenberg
Revival : a novel / Stephen King
Social and economic life in Second Temple Judea / Samuel L. Adams


Theatrical legitimation : allegories of genius in seventeenth-century England and France / Timothy Murray
Twentieth century design : a decade-by-decade exploration of graphic style / Tony Seddon



Monday, January 5, 2015

This Month at ONU - January


Jan. 5, 2005 – Ice storm forces university to close. Classes resumes on the 11th.


Jan. 6, 1928 – Ground breaking in Spring for Presser Hall announced



Jan. 6, 1941 – University Restaurant, formerly in basement of Brown Hall, opened in the Terrace


Jan. 7, 1883 – Robert Hynton Heterick, namesake of HML, born


Jan. 11. 1929 – Franklin Hall converted to a classroom


Jan. 11, 1968 – Dr. Martin Luther King spoke in Taft Gym


                                                       Text and recording of the speech

Jan. 13, 1977 – Dr. Ray B. Loeschner inaugurated as ONU’s eighth president


Jan. 15, 1931 – Theta Phi Sorority organized


Jan. 17, 1931 – Xi Beta Chi sorority announced


Jan. 19, 2008 – Dedication of Helen Spar Ludwig Women’s Intercollegiate Locker Room


Jan. 19, 1931 – Phi Chi sorority started


Jan. 24-27, 1978 – Ohio hit by Great Blizzard of 1978 – classes called off


Jan. 29, 1923 – H.S. Lehr dies at his home in Ada

Monday, December 1, 2014

This Month at ONU
December
 
 
December 1, 1979 – Dr. Debow Freed became 9th president of ONU
 
December 11, 1861 – Simeon D. Fess, ONU faculty member, Pres. of Antioch College and U.S. 
                                        Senator born
 

December 12, 1851 – Frederick Maglott, trustee and early faculty member born
 

Dec. 18, 1931-  Issue of Ada Herald announces that Smith-era ban on dances has been lifted –    
                            at least for informal affairs at fraternities and sororities
 
December 23, 1889 – first fire in Hill Bldg. – then called “The Administration Bldg.”
 
 
Dec. 27, 1929 – Dr. Robert Williams of Albion College elected president of ONU



 


Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Dr. Frederick Martin Ernsberger Display
 
A display on Dr. Fred. M. Ernsberger, an Ada native and ONU alumnus,  is in the main display case on the library's first floor. During his student days at Northern (1938 – 1941), Fred majored in chemistry and participated in a variety of clubs. 

After graduation, he enrolled at Ohio State University and was pursuing a PhD. Degree in Physical Chemistry at the outbreak of WWII. He joined the Manhattan Project’s work at Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
 
 
For more information on his long and eventful career, please view the cases outside the Music Media Lab.
 


Monday, October 20, 2014

Open Access Week: October 20-26


"Open Access Week, a global event now entering its eighth year, is an opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make Open Access a new norm in scholarship and research."

To find out more, visit the Open Access Week website: http://www.openaccessweek.org/page/about

The librarians at Heterick Memorial Library have put together a guide with links to a variety of Open Access sites: http://libguides.onu.edu/openaccess


Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Fall Break Hours

Fall Break Hours

Friday, October 10  7:30AM - 4:30PM
Saturday, October 11  and Sunday October 12  Closed
Monday, October 13 8AM - 4:30PM
Tuesday, October 14 8AM - Midnight

Monday, September 8, 2014

Newly Tenured Faculty Display

Heterick Library has proudly created a display in honor of the newly tenured faculty here at Ohio Northern. Located just to the left of the circulation desk the display features a photo of the newly tenured faculty, a short write up, and a book in their discipline that was purchased in honor of their achievement.