Kwahu Water System Fundraiser Results

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Dear Marygrove Community,

The Health Science Student Association and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Beta Tau Chapter would like to personally thank every one who assisted, donated and supported the Kwahu Water System Fundraiser. Without the support we received from the Marygrove community, this fundraiser would not have been possible. Continue reading

Library Holiday Hours

library booksThe Library will be closed on Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012.

From Monday, Dec. 17 – Friday, December 21; and from Wednesday, Jan. 2 – Friday Jan. 4, 2013, the Library will be open by appointment only.

For the Library (for educational or college-related purposes), leave a message at 313 927 1346; for the STICC and ETS, call 313 927 1582.

The Library will be closed from Saturday Dec. 22 – Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013.

 

We will resume regular hours of operation on Monday, January 7, 2013.

 

Please remind students that on days when the campus is open, computers are available in the Student Center from 8:00 am – 11:00 pm.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Linnea – 313 327 1349.

MUSTANG SPORTS REPORT: Dec.17, 2012

HorseHeadMEN’S BASKETBALL HEADS TO VIRGINIA THIS WEEK
Marygrove College Men’s Basketball will take their show on the road this week with a non-conference tilt at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. The contest will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday (Dec. 20) and will be the only competition of the week for the Mustangs. The team will depart for Virginia tomorrow (Tuesday) to do a bit of sight-seeing while getting acclimated with the area. FOLLOW ALONG: Live Stats | Live Audio | Live Video Continue reading

Congratulations Marygrove Library!!!

News & Updates

Today the Cloudy Librarian (aka Emily Singley) published her annual list of Top 10 Academic Library Websites, and guess who won first prize in the Small Academic Library category? That’s right…the Marygrove College Library! We got top marks because we make it easy for you to get research help; we explain all the different ways to find a book (including interlibrary loan); and we do a great job of explaining how to find the full-text of an article.

Emily Singley is Systems Librarian at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH. You can see the criteria she uses to rate library websites and read the full list of winners here: http://emilysingley.net/top-10-academic-library-websites-2012/.

Go Marygrove!

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Marygrove ETS News

Technology Assistants are an important of the Library & STICC labs.  The provide software assistance to those visiting these places.  This semester we highlight Carlette (Carla) Williams.

Major/Career Plans
Social Work/Criminal Justice with a Certificate in Child Welfare –
Opening Domestic Violence House for Abused Women

What do you like best about the position you’re in now?
What I like best about this position in the STICC is the new technology I am learning.  I can take this knowledge and apply it to my life after Marygrove.

Why do you like working in Technology?
The possibilities are endless when you work with technology.  It allows you to let the imagination flow.  I like knowing that I can be as creative as I want with technology. (If you have ever worked with Publisher or Visio, you know this to be true).

What’s your earliest or funniest memory of using technology?

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News & Updates

The Library will be closed on Sunday, December 16, 2012.

From Monday, December 17 through Friday, December 21, and from Wednesday, January 2 – Friday January 4, 2013, the Library will be open by appointment only – for educational or college-related purposes, leave a message at (313) 927-1346; for the STICC and ETS, call (313) 927-1582.

Reminder: On days when the campus is open, computers are available in the Student Center from 8:00 am – 11:00 pm.

The Library will be closed from Saturday December 22 – Tuesday, January 1, 2013.

We will resume regular hours of operation on Monday, January 7, 2013.

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