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From one-on-one consultations and classroom instruction to library tutorials and curriculum support, Subject Librarians have created a robust toolbox of resources for you.

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J. Murrey Atkins Library offers a variety of study options. Whether you need a quiet space for one or a large room for collaborative group work, we’ve got you covered.

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Dr. Harden Discusses "Way of St. James"
Dr. Susan Harden, Assistant Professor in the Cato College of Education, will speak about her pilgrimage on the Camino Português de Santiago. Harden...

Swayne Presented with Atkins Award
Dr. Linda Swayne has won the J. Murrey Atkins Library Faculty Engagement Award. Swayne is a professor of marketing in UNC Charlotte’s Belk College of...

Film Screening: "The Guestworker"
October 16, 2:00 - 3:00 pm Visualization Lab, 2nd Floor President Bush and some members of Congress proposed guest worker programs as part of new...

Faculty Open House @ Atkins Library
September 12, 10 am - 5 pm. Faculty is invited to join Atkins for a "progressive" tour of our five service points: Circulation Research Help...

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Revealing "Bittersweet" Struggle of the Bracero Coming to J. Murrey Atkins Library
"Mexican farm workers brought to the United States in accordance with the agreement between our two governments...are contributing their skill and...

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