TODAY IN THE LIBRARY…
IGR Brown Bag Lunch. 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in room 204. Multicultural Affairs’ Intergroup Relations will be hosting a brown bag lunch for Villanova faculty and staff. A timely topic will be discussed. Questions? Contact: Brighid Dwyer
EndNote Alternatives. 2:00-2:30 p.m. in room 204. Ready to move on from using EndNote for your citation management? Learn about 3 fantastic alternative solutions for keeping your citations and research organized. We’ll discuss RefWorks, Zotero and Mendeley and cover the differences and similarities between them and EndNote use. Questions? Contact: Robin Bowles
Russian Area Studies Talk featuring William Risch. 5-6:30 p.m. in room 204. William Risch, PhD, Associate Professor, Georgia College, will be giving a lecture titled “The Euromaidan Protests in Ukraine and their Consequences for Russia and Ukraine.” Questions? Contact: Joyce Harden
SAVE THE DATE…
Villanova Electronic Enthusiasts Club Meeting. Friday, April 1 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the first floor lounge. Students will gather to play games and to socialize in a fun and relaxing environment. Questions? Contact: Matthew Pasquale
Happening @ ‘Nova Be sure to check out these noteworthy events that are taking place on Villanova’s campus soon!
College of Nursing 27th Annual Mass and Alumni Awards Ceremony: 4/2 April 2 the College of Nursing celebrates its 27th Annual Mass and Alumni Awards Ceremony at 6 p.m. in the St. Thomas of Villanova Church. All are invited to attend. The College’s Medallion will be bestowed upon Margaret Robins Garrett ’72 BSN, JD, senior counsel, practice group leader and senior director of Risk Management, Patient Care, Regulatory and Ethics for the Johns Hopkins Health System Legal Department and a former member of the College’s Board of Consultors; Christina Larson Kelly ’74 BSN, MSN, founder and president of Larson Financial Planning, Inc. and a former member of the College’s Board of Consultors; and Janet Nash ’08 MSN, PhD, vice president, Patient Care Services for Paoli Hospital, Main Line Health System. The College will also honor Catherine Loper McDonald ’00 BSN, PhD, assistant professor in the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, with its Emerging Scholar Award. Questions? Contact: Holly Cicala
Celebration of Mexican Mural Art, Film and Culture Series: 4/4-4/9 The Department of Romance Languages and Literatures is proud to present “Celebration of Mexican Mural Art, Film and Culture” Series from April 4-9. April 4: Film screening of “Ayotzinapa: Chronicle of a State Crime” by Xavier Robles. 6:30-8:45pm in Driscoll Hall Auditorium (132). $5 Suggested donation for entry. 50% of the entrance fees through donations of the screening are for the students of Ayotzinapa. April 5: “Building Bridges: Cultural Activities that Bring Communities Together” by Ana Flores, Executive Director of the Mexican Cultural Center Mexican Cultural Center. 6:30-7:45 p.m. in Falvey Library Room 205. Attendees will learn about Mexico and the Mexican community in the Greater Philadelphia area. April 7-9: “Paint a Mural with Us: Mexican Social Movements” where a mural will be painted by Villanova students and local high school students. We hope you will join us for these wonderful events! Questions: Contact: Raul Diego Rivera Hernandez
Center for Business Analytics – Networking Reception: 4/5 Please join our Graduate and Undergraduate Students, Faculty, Advisory Council, and Business Colleagues for informal networking and to recognize the winners of the 2015 Undergraduate Data Mining Competition. Hosted by the Center for Business Analytics (CBA). April 5, 5-7 p.m., VSB, Nydick Family Commons, Bartley Hall, 1st Floor. To attend, please register at: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ecbrpnbr1b4d8e9f&llr=qgqez5nab Questions? Contact: Sharon Ballard
Members of the cheerleading squad aren’t afraid to show their Wildcat Spirit in this throwback pic from the 1985 yearbook.
\\// for Villanova, \\// for Victory!
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Women’s History Month
Rear Admiral (and Dr.) Grace Hopper (1906-1992) was one of the first programmers in the history of the computer. She was the inventor of the first compiler for a computer programming language and was hugely influential to the first programming languages, COBOL, because she was a big proponent of the belief that programming languages should be as easily understood as English. This view of programming persists today. If you’d like to learn more about Grace Hopper, check out our holdings, Grace Hopper: Admiral of the Cyber Sea and Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age.
“No computer is ever going to ask a new, reasonable question. It takes trained people to do that.” – Grace Hopper
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