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2014 Celebration of Recently Published Faculty Authors: Exhibition opens Wednesday, March 26

January 24, 2014
faculty and visitors at the reception
faculty and visitors examining the books

The Libraries eleventh annual Celebration of Recently Published Faculty Authors exhibition and reception honors the recent publications of Rutgers faculty. Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Richard Edwards and Vice President for Information Services/University Librarian Marianne Gaunt will greet all exhibition participants at the opening reception.

The exhibition opening reception will be held Wednesday March 26, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm, in the atrium, on the lower level of the Alexander Library. The exhibition will run March 27 - April 30, 2014 and will be on display in the lobby of the library.

Faculty members are welcome to contribute their recent publications to this exhibition. Publications will be added to the Libraries collections at the conclusion of the exhibition.

Please send books, CDs, and/or DVDs by Friday, March 1 to:
Harry Glazer
Communications Director
Libraries Administration
c/o Alexander Library
169 College Ave.
New Brunswick
College Ave. Campus

All faculty members and staff are invited to the exhibition opening reception. To RSVP call 732-932-7505 or send email to events@rulmail.rutgers.edu.

For more information about the exhibition, contact Harry Glazer at 848-932-5992, or by email at hglazer@rulmail.rutgers.edu.