Apply for our Undergraduate Library Research Award, learn about what LMU librarians were up to in Baltimore last month, and RSVP for upcoming events!
Happenings @ Hannon
April 2017 (Volume 7.8)
Undergraduate Library Research Award - Apply Today!
There are only a few days left in which to submit an application for our annual Undergraduate Library Research Award. This award recognizes LMU undergraduate students whose research makes expert and creative use of our services, resources, and collections to produce a scholarly or creative work. One undergraduate will win a prize of $1000, one group project will win $1000, and $450 will go to two honorable mentions.

The due date for applications is April 6, 2017. Please be aware that a letter of support from your professor is required. To apply, go to our Digital Commons website.

The Undergraduate Library Research Award is generously supported by  Thomas Peter Campora ’66.
Library News
Sunday Jewish Book Group: Call for Discussion Facilitators
The Sunday Jewish Book Group is looking for facilitators to lead discussions during Spring 2018. If you have a book (or film) that you would like to present to a group of well-educated, engaged participants, please contact Rhonda Rosen at 310-338-4584.
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Celebrate National Poetry Month with Spine Poetry
In honor of National Poetry Month, the staff of the William H. Hannon Library are composing "book spine poems" using our general collections. These will be on display all month in our first floor lobby. We encourage you to build your own as well and share it with us on social media! 

LMU Librarians Present at ACRL
This past month, LMU Librarians Susan Archambault, Alexander Justice, John Jackson, and Elisa Acosta traveled to Baltimore to talk about their recent research at the Association of College & Research Libraries national conference. Read more about their presentations on our Library News blog.

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Support Your Library
Your support advances  the academic excellence of the William H. Hannon Library and helps to provide for all the great programming and events you can read about below. Please consider becoming a donor today!
Upcoming Events @ LMU Library
Faculty Pub Night: Holli Levitsky
April 4, 5:30-7:00p
Holli Levitsky, Professor of English and Director of Jewish Studies at LMU's Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, will discuss her recent publication,  Summer Haven: The Catskills, the Holocaust, and the Literary Imagination.
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
April 7, 10:00a-6:00p
Join us for our first ever edit-a-thon! We will focus on improving Wikipedia’s representation of topics related to gender, race, and sexuality in contemporary society to improve Wikipedia's accuracy, evidence, and objectivity.
Careers in Information Science
April 18, 5:30-7:00p
Have you considered a career as an information professional? Are you interested in working in libraries, archives, and museums? Then join us for a panel and networking event for undergraduate and graduate students interested in careers in information science!
Feel Good Finals
April 25 - May 4
Spring Finals are just around the corner. Once again, we will offer stress-relieving activities like therapy animals, origami, a long night against procrastination, and a traveling snack cart. And new this year: meditation sessions, sponsored by LMU Fitwell! 
Follow Us for a Chance to Win a Fitbit!
Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram this week and you could win a Fitbit Charge! Between now and April 15, anyone who follows us on social media will be entered into a raffle for one of two Fitbits. Follow us on all three platforms and you'll increase your chances!