Visit the Writing Center Online
The Writing Center will continue to support students with all writing needs by offering online writing support to all CUA students for the remainder of the semester. A detailed explanation of how to request an online appointment can be found here.
Free electronic access to Norton textbooks
Students using Norton textbooks (anthologies, critical editions, etc.) can now receive free e-book access to their books for the rest of the term.
Students need to submit a support ticket request on their help desk website using their school email. List the book(s) needed and explain that access is needed due to COVID-19 school closure.
New Undergraduate Research AwardThe University Libraries have instituted a Libraries Undergraduate Research Award.
Cash prizes will be awarded.
Selections to be based upon:
- the strength of the student’s use of information resources, research strategies, and ability to find and evaluate information.
- the demonstration of creative thinking skills, as well as originality and sophistication in the use of library collections.
- the clear and effective communication of ideas that includes the correct citation and formatting of sources, quotations, facts, and data.
Please click on this link for more information.
Write for The Annex!
The Annex is seeking current English majors/minors or alumni who are interested in conducting interviews and/or writing short pieces. Have you been writing at home? Do you want to share your work? If you are interested in possible assignments or have original ideas to suggest, please contact Dr. Taryn Okuma (firstname.lastname@example.org).