The Alumni Executive Council is actively seeking nominations for the 2019 Alumni Awards to be presented at Homecoming & Reunion Weekend: Oct. 4 -5, 2019. If you know of an alumna/us who has made a significant impact on the College or in their professional field and would like to submit a nomination, please visit jayconnected.com/alumniawardnomination to complete a brief nomination form. A description of the awards can be found at jayconnected.com/alumniawards.
Questions regarding nominations can be directed to Kerri DiGiovanni Lacock ’09 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Financial Aid offers informational sessions to high schools and community members in Washington and Allegheny counties. The goal of these sessions is to provide education and assistance with understanding the financial aid process. For more information please contact the Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com Below is a list of high schools where the office has presented:
PAWS for a Study Break
Back by popular demand, PAWS for a Study Break will return on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Therapy dogs from the Pittsburgh chapter of Therapy Dogs International will be on hand to help students relax in anticipation of finals week. Past PAWS events have drawn more than 200 students to the Library, so please encourage your students to take advantage of the furry volunteers who come visit.
Extended Finals Hours
The Library will be open extended hours on Reading Days and the first few days of finals. Please check out the calendar on our homepage for our exact hours Dec. 6-11.
During the fall semester, the library offered 71 instruction sessions for a total of 71 hours of instruction time that reached 1,053 of our students! We look forward to working with faculty during Jay-Term and in the spring semester to continue to provide this service to our faculty and students. If you’d like to schedule an instruction session for your class or need more information on the types of instruction the library can provide visit our Information Literacy Instruction Page at http://libguides.washjeff.edu/facultysupport/instruction.
Congratulations to Systems Librarian Jackie Laick on the birth of her daughter Julia Helen. Julia was born on Nov. 26 at 8:05 PM weighing 7 lbs 7 oz and measuring 20 inches long.
The following titles have been added to the library's collection and can be found in the New Book corner: