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Written by Jarod Urrutia seven months ago

Take5 at the Kennedy Library is Hosting Valentine’s Day Events!

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and whether you’re into all the mushy stuff or refuse to buy into the commercials, love is on everyone’s mind, and the Take5, our stress-relieving outreach program here at the Kennedy Library has got you

Written by Jarod Urrutia eight months ago

Free Online Resources From the Graduate Resource Fair

As the 2018 Winter Quarter enters full swing at Cal Poly, the next set of graduate students enter the fray. With your lives as undergraduates behind, a new set of challenges awaits! For them, we organized the Graduate Student Resource Fair,

Written by Megan Schellong one year ago

Cal Poly Authors: Elvira Pulitano

Kennedy Library offers space for discussions with Cal Poly authors. This week, Dr. Elvira Pulitano sat down with Spanish professor, Karen Muñoz-Christian to discuss her newest book, Transnational Narratives from the Caribbean: Diasporic Literature and the Human Experience (2016). Dr. Elvira Pulitano teaches Ethnic Studies at

Written by Megan Schellong one year ago

“Fighting Scientific Racism” with social awareness

As a part of Cal Poly’s #InclusionStartsWithMe week, professors across several disciplines, including psychology, anthropology and biology, held a teach in regarding race and diversity on Jan. 26, 2017. In Kennedy Library, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Sandi Clement engaged

Written by Conny Liegl one year ago

Looking for a date on V-Day?

The time leading up to Valentine's Day is often filled with stress and anxiety – whether you have a partner or not. Kennedy Library to the rescue!

Written by Kaila Bussert two years ago

Watercolor Wednesday

Kennedy Library’s Take 5 program is excited to host Watercolor Wednesday next week on December 14 from 11:00am to 1:00pm. Drop in anytime for free watercoloring at the library. Supplies are provided, no experience necessary — paint your stress away during

Written by Cara King two years ago

Buddhism and Political Theory

In this fall quarter’s “Conversations with Cal Poly Authors,” Matt Moore, associate professor of Political Science, discussed his new book, Buddhism & Political Theory, with Philosophy professor Joe Lynch. Matt Moore began examining the intersections of Buddhism and politics after discovering

Written by Leona Rajaee three years ago

Geography Awareness Week 2015 at Kennedy Library

Last month, Kennedy Library participated in International Geography Awareness Week by hosting a variety of events which celebrated and explored the power of maps. These events were organized by both the SLO GIS User Group and Kennedy Library Data Services.

Written by Leona Rajaee three years ago

Keith Webster’s Library of the Future

Keith Webster

Kennedy Library hosted library visionary Keith Webster for an exciting talk on the evolving nature of libraries and insights on emerging trends in the library world that can redefine the academic experience of students. Webster’s public talk was part of

Written by Leona Rajaee three years ago

Cal Poly Authors: Scientists at War

On Friday Nov. 6, Kennedy Library welcomed History Department assistant professor Sarah Bridger and Shelley Hurt, an associate professor in the Political Science Department to discuss Bridger’s new book Scientists at War: The Ethics of Cold War Weapons Research. Inspiration