Events Calendar

Alexander Library
10/3/171 pm4 pm

Reproducible research describes the growing movement to make the products of research accessible and usable by others in order to verify, replicate, and extend research findings.  This session reviews how to plan research, to...

fall data workshop series
Alexander Library
10/4/172 pm3:30 pm

We are happy to welcome Peter and Donna Thomas and their traveling Artists' Bookmobile back to Rutgers-New Brunswick. Peter and Donna are known for their workshops in paper and book arts. Visit the Artists’ Bookmobile—a self-contained exhibit of...

Peter and Donna Thomas exhibition image
James Dickson Carr Library
10/12/172 pm4 pm

Visit Carr Library to decorate your own pumpkin for free and kick off the Halloween season in style!

Pumpkin decorating
Alexander Library
Digital Humanities Lab
10/17/172 pm4 pm

The Rutgers Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI) invites Rutgers faculty, students, staff, and scholars in the tri-state area to explore the rich possibilities of the digital humanities in its inaugural reading group. The following questions will...

Books
Library of Science and Medicine
10/18/1712 pm3 pm

Reproducible research describes the growing movement to make the products of research accessible and usable by others in order to verify, replicate, and extend research findings.  This session reviews how to plan research, to...

fall data workshop series
James Dickson Carr Library
10/18/172 pm4 pm

Visit Carr Library to decorate your own pumpkin for free and kick off the Halloween season in style!

 

Pumpkin decorating
Alexander Library
10/24/171 pm2:30 pm

Thematic maps show one or more themes (or variables) arranged spatially on a map. In this workshop, we’ll explore the basic building blocks of geospatial visualizations, including data types, file formats, and some ways of representing data,...

Workshop image
Douglass Library
10/24/175 pm6:30 pm

Mimi Smith: Protection and Other Time Considerations will be on display in the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Galleries at Douglass Library from September 5 through December 15, 2017. A reception and lecture by the artist will take...

mimi smith

Rutgers University Libraries are delighted to cosponsor the 45th annual gathering of the Friends of the Modern School. The Modern School was a democratic school and anarchist community located in the North Stelton area of Piscataway Township from...

Emma Goldman

Relive the rich history of student art and literary magazines at Rutgers with By Ourselves: Rutgers Student Literary Journals 1923-2017, a joint exhibition at Robeson Library and the Rutgers-...

By Ourselves exhibition image.

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