Currently enrolled undergraduate students are invited to submit a recent paper demonstrating excellence in library research and writing to the Wesleyan Library Undergraduate Research Prize competition. Papers must be from courses taken from Spring 2020 through Winter 2022. More information is available here. The deadline is March 21, 2022.
I hope you are excited to resume classes this week!
As a reminder, courses will be held virtually on Thursday 1/27 and Friday 1/28. In person classes will resume Monday 1/31.
A few items to consider as you return:
- Covid Protocols: Very clear covid protocols have been shared with the community through webinars and emails. If you have questions about the latest COVID protocols, including what you need to do to return to campus and what you need to do when you are back on campus, please visit the Keep Wes Safe website here.
- Campus Dining: Campus Dining issued a student email last week with information on dining hours from now through the spring semester. Please visit the Campus Dining website to learn more.
- Olin Library – the Olin Library will be closed on Friday 1/28 for maintenance. If you have physical reserves you need to access for Friday classes, be sure to visit the library before they close on Thursday, 1/27. Olin staff will assist the Wes community remotely on Friday 1/28. Visit the Olin website for contact information.
- College of Social Studies (CSS): CSS will hold a major info session on Tuesday 2/1 from 4:30pm to 5:30pm. If you are interested in the CSS major, please be sure to attend the info session. You can find more info about this info session on my blog here.
I look forward to working with you this semester. If you need assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out and make an appt here: calendly.com/deankellydunn.
Many, if not all, of the resources students enrolled in FYS courses will need are online and accessible from Wesleyan’s campus library website.
Wes’s library has a couple of resources it recommends to summer FYS students to help them learn the lay of the land.
Research Essentials is the best starting point, as it explains what the library’s resources are and gives a tour of the library’s website.
The library also has video guides available to help students who want to familiarize themselves with the library’s collections.
And of course, assistance is always available to students in the form of librarians who live to help. Don’t hesitate to reach out if they need anything!