May and June hours

Graduating students process to the 2009 College of Graduate and Continuing Education Commencement ceremony, with the Weinberg Memorial Library in the background

Spring semester has finally come to a close, and here at the Library we’re looking forward to the sunshine, blue skies, and warm breezes of a Northeastern Pennsylvania summer.  That doesn’t mean that we’ll be taking it easy, though.  The whole Library faculty and staff will be here to serve our patrons all summer long.

In case you need us, here’s our schedule for the next two weeks:

  • Monday – Thursday, May 24-27: 8am-4:30pm (Happy Senior Week!)
  • Friday, May 28: 8am-8pm
  • Saturday, May 29: 10am-4pm (Congratulations masters students!)
  • Sunday, May 30: CLOSED (Congratulations to our seniors!)
  • Monday, May 31: CLOSED
  • Tuesday – Friday, June 1-4: 8am-4:30pm
  • Saturday, June 5: CLOSED
  • Sunday, June 6: CLOSED

Starting Monday, June 7, we begin our regular summer hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: 8am-10pm
  • Friday: 8am-4:30pm
  • Saturday: 12pm-6pm
  • Sunday: 12pm-8pm

And don’t forget that even if you’re off campus for the summer, you can always Ask a Librarian if you have a research or search question.

Seniors: Vote for Teacher of the Year!

Our partners in crime over at the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) asked us to remind graduating seniors put in their votes for this year’s Teacher of the Year award.

CTLE says…

Each year the Graduating Senior Class selects its “Teacher of the Year”. Beginning Monday, April 20th, please vote for the faculty member who you believe best exhibits the following characteristics:
•    Maintains the highest standards of academic excellence and fairness.
•    Inspires interest in the discipline through personal enthusiasm and dedication.
•    Is consistently effective in communication.
•    Is available outside of the classroom.

To vote, make sure to cast your electronic ballot between 9am on Monday, April 20th and 5pm on Friday, April 24th. The award will be presented during Class Night on May 29.

Class of 2009, your vote counts – so be sure to remember and recognize a faculty member whose teaching has inspired you!