The library is excited to announce the avaibility of a new online resource. Tell Me More from Auralog is a language learning program designed to get students started with learning a language, provide a refresher for those who have already received training in a second language, or to complement a language learning course that is in progress.
The annual Union College Library fair will be held September 16, 2010 from 3-6 p.m. This year the fair features a sports theme with a variety of activities for everyone. Participants will be able to explore sports-related books from the library collection, try their hands at bowling or golfing, and join a Wii competition.
Summer is a quiet time at Union College, and each fall students rejuvenate the campus. For the last three months, syllabi have been written, dorm rooms refurbished, classrooms constructed, and in a thousand ways faculty, staff, and administrators have prepared for students to return. Welcome back, we missed you.
Brief reviews of new books and resources in the library are available on the Union College Library Facebook fan page. The library also invites readers to visit the summer reading discussion and share what you are reading this summer. Become a fan today and keep in touch with the library this summer.
He blinks. He talks, moves and breathes. His heart beats, his pupils dilate. He sweats, cries and even bleeds. But he’s no ordinary patient. Sim-Man 3G, the latest in patient simulator technology, has become the core element of Union College’s new medical simulation laboratory for nursing, physician
Successful libraries require the contributions of many different groups of people. From librarians who care for collections to patrons who utilize the resources and support the library with their tuition or tax dollars, no library can thrive without the participation of its community. On an academic campus, faculty members are also essential to the library by sharing their subject area expertise in collection development and by encouraging student research. Active faculty support of the library signals to students that the library is an important and v
It’s National Library Week, a time to celebrate the contributions of libraries, librarians and library workers in schools, campuses and communities nationwide.
The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) has awarded Union College's physician assistant studies program continued accreditation for the maximum term of seven years. The choice to award the maximum period is an uncommon honor. Of the 163 continuing accreditation decisions made by ARC-PA from 2004-2008, only 16 programs received the full seven-year term.