Monday, October 26, 2009

UNCG's All Campus Read and interview with Scott Gibson

In this podcast, we interview Scott Gibson, coordinator for the "All Campus Read" (formerly All Freshman Read) program and the One Book, Many Voices conference at UNCG. He discusses this year's book selection Enrique's Journey and it's importance to the local community.
Author Sonia Nazario will be speaking Monday, Nov. 16, from 3-4 p.m. in Cone Ballroom, Elliott University Center and later in a lecture from 7-9 p.m. in the Sullivan Science Building Auditorium which is open to the public. Don't miss the following events:

November 13, 2009 One Book, Many Voices Conference 8am-2pm, EUC
November 16, 2009 Author Sonia Nazario speaks at two functions -- from 3-4pm in the EUC for staff, students and faculty; 7-9 p.m. in the Sullivan Science Building Auditorium free and open to the public.

Hosts: Hannah Winkler and Scott Gibson
Time: 5:55 |Size 5.41 MB | Download .mp3 |
Music/Sounds: "ants........................" by Anchor Méjans (intro)

Thursday, October 15, 2009

An Interview with Mark Schumacher, Reference Librarian at the UNCG Jackson Library

Mark Schumacher has been with the UNCG Jackson Library for over 31 years as a subject specialist for the humanities and social sciences, and as a reference librarian. In this interview, he speaks from his office here at UNCG about his educational background and history, what he does as a reference librarian, and advice for students.

Host: Andrew Holt Williams

Time: 5:19

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