Archive for the ‘Frances Yates’ Category

“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free” ~ Frederick Douglas

Monday, September 8th

September is National Literacy Month. Used in this context, literacy refers to the ability to read and write. Why does literacy have an entire month devoted to it on the national level? According to dosomething.org (https://www.dosomething.org/facts/11-facts-about-literacy-america) “1 in 4 children in America grow up without learning how to read.” Appreciating the fact that you are […]

New Faculty research interests interest us!

Monday, August 25th

We often think about our professors as teachers. They are the authorities in their subjects who know (or know how to find) the right answer. But knowledge doesn’t end when you graduate, whether that’s with a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctorate degree. Our professors are lifelong learners. They continually research, then share their findings with colleagues, […]

For the Love of Cities…and Service

Monday, May 5th

  The wait is over and the “One book” selection for Fall 2014 has been announced! It is For the Love of Cities: the love affair between people and their places by Peter Kageyama.  The book examines what makes cities lovable, and what motivates residents to take action to make their community a better place […]

Kittens, puppies and free money

Monday, March 24th

Now that we have your attention….we’re here to offer you opportunities to connect campus and community for positive impact. Whether your schedule allows helping at a one-time event or an on-going commitment, the Center for Service-Learning has a match for you! Just a few hours ….Help is needed almost every week! For details:http://iue.libguides.com/serviceonetime March 29 […]

Hispanic Culture Resources

Monday, February 17th

With the Hispanic Culture Fair this Saturday, February 22, we’d like to highlight a few of the many resources that are available about Hispanic and Latino culture.  Whether you’re writing a paper for a class, preparing a lesson plan, or just personally interested in the subject, there’s information for you. Scholarly databases like Informe Revistas […]