W. W. Hagerty Library is currently home to an exhibit, hosted by Drexel University’s Greek Studies program and, featuring the Antikythera Mechanism. The exhibit is on the first floor of W. W. Hagerty Library and is free and open to the public between April 10, 2012 - May 18, 2012.
The Antikythera Mechanism is widely considered to be one of the most important archeological artifacts ever found. The mechanism is a geared device consisting of 30 gears in a highly complex arrangement. The mechanism is known to model astronomical phenomenon with remarkable detail. In addition, it also stands witness to the extraordinary mathematical and engineering capabilities of the Ancient Greeks. The Mechanism is thought to date from between 150 and 100 BC and it precedes any other known clockwork mechanisms of similar complexity by more than a millennium. The level of engineering in the mechanism is astonishing by any standards.
With the April 11th Spring Career Fair only a week away, many of you may be feeling a little 'career fair anxiety' about how to make the best impression on your favorite companies. No need to fear as the people from Vault Career Insider have some tips to give you that edge and make you stand out from the crowd!
View the April Issue of In Circulation, the Libraries' monthly e-newsletter.
The Libraries will host the following workshops during the Spring 2012 term. Locations, presenters, times and dates are included below. Use the link in the workshop title to register for a workshop.
Get a head start on all of your Spring term papers! Make an appointment with Writing Center tutor Sharon Brubaker at Hahnemann Library, Tuesday evenings between 5 and 8 PM. Reservations can be made for half-hour tutoring sessions through the Writing Center Website at http://drexel.mywconline.com/ with a limit of one hour of tutoring time per week for each student. While students with appointments have priority, walk-in are welcome as well.
On Wednesday, April 18th from 5 – 7 PM, Drexel University Archives will unveil a new exhibit, Inventing the Page: Student Literary Magazines at Drexel, with an opening event held at W. W. Hagerty Library. The event will feature readings from current Drexel writers, who identified their favorite works selected from literary magazines of the past (Echo, Gargoyle), present (Maya) and more.
The Office of Commuter, Graduate and Transfer Student Programs and Services (CGTSPS) sponsors a “Sweet Spot” series that highlights a university resource or service.
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