Last week, Chesnutt Library staff outfitted themselves in pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), also referred to in America as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), is an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment … Continue reading Chesnutt Library Staff wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month…
Chesnutt Library is pleased to announce that we’ve added APA Style CENTRAL® to our collection of library resources for a 60 day trial beginning August 31, 2018. APA Style CENTRAL is an online platform designed to assist instructors and educate students on the proper application of the rules of APA Style® in their writing. This … Continue reading Introducing APA Style Central (60 day trial)
Beginning July 31, 2018 the library will be observing the following schedule for opening and closing through August 21, 2018: Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. Closed on Saturday and Sundays. Please refer to the calendar below.
Chesnutt Library has added Kanopy to our list of resources to provide the best value on the most unique, diverse, and thought-provoking streaming service available. Since 2008, the Kanopy streaming service has served as the “Netflix of the education sector,” providing DVDs and online videos to over 3,000 universities and colleges around the world, now streaming … Continue reading Chesnutt Library partners with Kanopy to add a curated catalog of films…
Chesnutt Library has been approved to participate in the Traveling Archivist Program from the NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. The Traveling Archivist Program was created with funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission and is now administered by the State Archives of North Carolina. The purpose of TAP is to help … Continue reading Chesnutt Library approved to participate in Traveling Archivist Program
Congratulations to Ms. Nicholle Young, Archives Technician at Charles W. Chesnutt Library. Ms. Young recently graduated from Central Carolina Community College with her Associate in Applied Science Degree in Library and Information Technology. Ms. Young has been the Archives Technician at Chesnutt Library since June 2015. She has been instrumental in the digitization of historical … Continue reading Congratulations Nicholle!
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Chesnutt Library presents “Women in Leadership: FSU Edition” . This moderated panel discussion will feature distinguished women in leadership at Fayetteville State University sharing their experiences and insights into ascending into leadership and the challenges of being a woman in the 21st century workforce. Hear how these women harnessed … Continue reading Celebrating Women’s History Month 2018 with “Women in Leadership: FSU Edition”, March 29th @ 2:00 pm
Jan Whitfield, Chesnutt Library's Associate Director for Collection Development, presented the session "Collaboration Among Faculty and Librarians in Revising Class Syllabi to Reflect Information Literacy Standards and Framework" during the NCLA Conference in Winston Salem. Whitfield's presentation focused on the popular Chesnutt Fellows Information Literacy program which produced nine consecutive cohorts of faculty and librarian collaborations through the … Continue reading Chesnutt Library represented at North Carolina Library Association’s, 62nd Biennial Conference
Chesnutt Library Staff observed Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Wednesday, October 25th by wearing pink. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. Many health organizations note that the good news is that … Continue reading Chesnutt Library Staff Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
FSU Professor and New York Times best selling author Carole Boston Weatherford and son, Jeffery Weatherford were the featured guests at the REMCO Author Luncheon in Winston Salem, last week during the North Carolina Library Association’s 62nd Biennial Conference. On Thursday, October 19th, the mother-son duo presented to the Round Table of Ethnic Minority Concerns, … Continue reading FSU Professor Carole Boston Weatherford and son Jeffery Weatherford present at 62nd North Carolina Library Association Conference…