Looking for some good reads for the upcoming summer break? Find novels, short stories, graphic novels, comics, and memoirs at the UCBA Library’s Spring Book Blooms Display. Visit the UCBA Library during open hours to browse these featured books and check out an item with your UC ID. The display will be available until Thursday April 27.
The UCBA Library is excited to showcase titles in our collection which we hope will be of interest. We will feature different genres, authors, or themes, so watch for new titles at the start of each month. Spotlight titles can be found at the Library’s Information Desk.
UCBA Library’s Faculty Lightning Talks showcase faculty research and share different aspects of the research process. This year, we’re revisiting UCBA presenters, Carla Cesare, Amy Miller, and Patrick Owen, for an update on their research projects.
Carla Cesare | Art & Visual Communication Networks of Design: Women at Work
Amy Miller & Patrick Owen | Biology Multifaceted Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Integrative Biology Using the Rusty Crayfish
UCBA Library’s Faculty Lightning Talks showcase faculty research and share different aspects of the research process. This year, we’re revisiting UCBA presenters, Heather Vilvens and Linda Wunderley, for an up
date on their research projects.
Heather Vilvens| Allied Health Creating Effective Safe Sleep Messaging
Linda Wunderley | Business & Economics Changing Leaders Mindsets
UCBA Library’s Faculty Lightning Talks showcase faculty research and share different aspects of the research process. This year, we’re revisiting UCBA presenters, Ruth Benander and David Freeman, for an update on their research projects.Continue reading →
The UCBA Library hosted its 2nd Faculty Research Lightning Talks on Thursday March 28. This year’s event showcased a variety of research projects via short, 15 minute presentations. UCBA faculty and staff enjoyed light refreshments, had the opportunity to learn about research outside of their disciplines, and ask thoughtful questions during the Q&A’s.
(L-R) Ruth Benander, Ornaith O’Dowd, Amy Miller, Patrick Owen
Lighting Talk Presentations
Ruth Benander | Professor | English & Communication
Barriers and Supports: Demographic Patterns and Student Perceptions in Comp and Comm Courses
Ornaith O’Dowd | Assistant Professor | History, Philosophy & Political Science
The Ethics of Microaggressions
Amy Miller & Patrick Owen | Associate Professors | Biology
Blending Ecological, Microbiological, and Molecular Techniques to Create Multifaceted Undergraduate Research Projects
Ruth Benanders presents research on demographic patterns and student perceptions.
Ornaith O’Dowd discusses research on microaggressions.
Amy Miller and Patrick Owen discuss crayfish
Attendees get to see a crayfish during the Biology presentation.
Are you a positive, service-oriented, and reliable person? Do you love books, technology, and helping others? Are you looking for student employment for summer and fall semesters? Then, a job at the library may be for you!
Create the winning design for our National Library Week buttons and win UCBA swag, sweets and bragging rights! Design submissions will be accepted from March 18 – April 4, 2019. The winning design will be determined using a blind submission and voting process among the UCBA Library Team.