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Currently on display in the Sanders Science Library is a selection of interesting books about the human brain. This exhibit, called “Matters of the Mind,” includes the following titles: Hunger, thirst, sex, and sleep : how the brain controls our passions Can neuroscience change our minds? Welcome to your brain : why you lose your car […]
Photos from today’s ice cream social hosted by the May Experience Committee. Great flavors, great toppings, and great turnout! MayX students and faculty were joined by others around campus including library faculty and staff, and members of the construction crew renovating the 24-hour study room. Thanks, MayX Committee!
Visit the James B. Duke Library to view an exhibit about meditation and mindfulness. Titles include: Mindfulness in Plain English Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life Mindfulness Diaries: How I Survived My First Nine-Day Silent Meditation Retreat Relaxation & Breathing for Meditation: With Rodney Yee A Beginner’s Guide to Mindfulness Meditation: 10 Days to Change […]
Take a study break with our bookface photo challenge! Strategically line up your face or another body part alongside a book cover. Snap a photo. Post your photos to social media and tag them with @fu_libraries, #lovemyFUL, and #bookface
Anytime is the right time to study in the Sanders Science Library during finals week. We’ll be open all night before exam days, so come on over when you need that perfect place to review for exams or finish up term papers. And, as always, the snack fairy arrives at midnight! Sanders Science Library Exam Week […]
Furman Library benefactor, Charlie Peace, celebrates #DinsDay with library faculty and staff.
As we all know, during exams it’s on and poppin’ in the library and study space is at a premium. This year we will provide additional study space with Pop-Up Study Tables on the lower level and entry level of the James B. Duke Library. The library is also providing an Unplug & Recharge Zone […]
Evicted: Poverty & Profit in the American City The Furman Sociology Department sponsored a lecture by Matthew Desmond (PhD, Harvard) on April 19. Dr. Desmond discussed his book Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City. Desmond’s research addresses the significant challenges faced by low income families in urban areas simply trying to find a […]
Coming Soon The 24-Hour Study Room will be converted to a cafe over the summer of 2017, just in time for fall classes. Vendors will include Due South Coffee, Upcountry Provisions, and Greenfield’s Bagels and Deli. We need your help to pick a name! Submit your ideas here. The contributor of the winning name will […]