This past Monday, the Wallace All Faiths Chapel hosted a lecture by the Venerable Tenzin Priyadarshi. Director of The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he also serves as the Buddhist Chaplain at MIT. The event was titled “Transforming the Inner and the Outer: Conversations on Sustainable Spirituality” and was sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies. In recognition of this event, the Leatherby Libraries created a display case on the first floor highlighting books on Buddhism from the Doy and Dee Henley Library of Social Sciences. These selected few are available for circulation and just a sample of the library’s coverage on the subject.
Tied with classroom instruction, the place Chapman University students most frequently see librarians is behind the Reference Desk. Sitting behind the large desk in the lobby of the Leatherby Libraries 62 hours a week, librarians on reference duty help students with a wide variety of questions. I sat down with Assessment Librarian Lauren Dubell to
While stopping by the library for research materials, be sure to check out some of the newest books we have added to the collection: The New Materials display is located behind the Reference Desk and everything is available for check-out. Featured DVDs Featured Books Humanities Hunger in War and Peace: Women and Children