Brave the day;
Console wars : Sega, Nintendo, and the battle that defined a generation;
Blake J. Harris.
Funding your career in science: from research idea to personal grant;
Ritsert C. Jansen.
Legions of Rome: the definitive history of every Imperial Roman legion;
M. C. Escher’s legacy;
Mathematics of the transcendental;
Alain Badiou .
The Osiris ritual : a Newbury & Hobbes investigation;
Policy analysis for social workers;
Richard K. Caputo.
Presenting data effectively: communicating your findings for maximum impact;
Stephanie D. H. Evergreen.
Daphne du Maurier.
Research methods in sports coaching.
Science for the next generation: preparing for the new standards;
Seriously dangerous religion: what the Old Testament really says and why it matters;
They were soldiers: how the wounded return from America’s wars–the untold story;
Unfinished empire : the global expansion of Britain;
Urban design since 1945: a global perspective
David Grahame Shane.
The Library will be closed from 10:00 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, August 19th in order to allow the library staff to participate in the 2014 Faculty/Staff workshop.
Jewish annotated New Testament: New Revised Standard Version Bible translation.
InterLibrary Loan (ILL) services will be suspended beginning Friday, August 15th through Friday, August 22nd, 2014. Requests will be responded to and processed the week of August 25th. Should you have any immediate ILL needs, please make your requests as soon as possible. For questions, please contact Christy Inge at email@example.com or 704.233.8091.
Access to the the Wiley Online Library will be unavailable on Saturday, August 9th between 5:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. due to scheduled maintenance.
Funerals in Africa : explorations of a social phenomenon.
Joshua and Judges;
Abraham our father: Paul and the ancestors in postcolonial Africa;
The art of interpretation of band music.
Bunker Hill : a city, a siege, a revolution;
Cool war : the future of global competition;
edited by Charles Forrest, Martin Halbert.; Scarecrow Press 2009
ZA3270 .F54 2009
GNU Octave: beginner’s guide: become a proficient Octave user by learning this high-level scientific numerical tool from the ground up.
The German forest: nature, identity, and the contestation of a national symbol, 1871-1914;
Jeffrey K. Wilson.
Handbook of Hispanic sociolinguistics.
Hospital operations: principles of high efficiency health care.
Jay P. Green, general editor and translator.; Hendrickson Publishers 1986
The last battle: when U.S. and German soldiers joined forces in the waning hours of World War II in Europe;
The liberty amendments: restoring the American republic;
Mark R. Levin.
Listening to the Bible : the art of faithful Biblical interpretation;
The making of a southern democracy: North Carolina politics from Kerr Scott to Pat McCrory;
Mass production of beneficial organisms : invertebrates and entomopathogens.
Material nation: a consumer’s history of modern Italy;
Off the books: the underground economy of the urban poor;
Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh.
Portraits of a mature God : choices in Old Testament theology;
A prayer journal;
Saving normal: an insider’s revolt against out-of-control psychiatric diagnosis, DSM-5, Big Pharma, and the medicalization of ordinary life;
A small town near Auschwitz : ordinary Nazis and the Holocaust;
Smoking typewriters: the Sixties underground press and the rise of alternative media in America;
The teleportation accident : a novel;
Their fate is our fate : how birds foretell threats to our health and our world;
Time and project management strategies for librarians.
Using mobile technology to deliver library services: a handbook;
The victory lab: the secret science of winning campaigns;
The war below: the story of three submarines that battled Japan;
edited by Christinia Ionescu and Renata Schellenberg.; Cambridge Scholars 2008
PN53 .W66 2008
Yoga for singers: freeing your voice and spirit through yoga;
Dances : for solo piano;
Middle East patterns : places, peoples, and politics;
Colbert C. Held.
Consumer India : inside the Indian mind and wallet;
The family in early modern England.
A great leap forward: 1930s Depression and U.S. economic growth;
Alexander J. Field.
Keep on keeping on : two parents and their son’s journey through addiction and parent’s journey to justice;
Jean Davis with Ed Robertson.
Leadership in libraries: a focus on ethnic-minority librarians;
Libraries and archives : a comparative study;
The myths of Babylonia and Assyria: with historical, narrative and comparative notes, illustrations in colour and monochrome;
Donald A. Mackenzie.
Passing strange: Shakespeare, race, and contemporary America;
The social entrepreneur’s playbook: pressure test, plan, launch and scale your enterprise;
Ian C. MacMillan.
Surreal South ’13.
Teaching information fluency: how to teach students to be efficient, ethical, and critical information consumers;
Robert R. Korstad and James L. Leloudis ; with photographs by Billy E. Barnes.; University of North Carolina Press 2010
HC107.N83 P634 2010
The Library will be working on an abbreviated schedule while the University is between Summer Sessions and closed on July 4th in observance of the Independence Day Holiday. The hours are as follows:
- Sunday, June 29th: Closed
- Monday, June 30th-Thursday, July 3rd: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Friday, July 4th-Sunday, July 6th: Closed
The Library will resume its Summer Session hours on July 7th which are as follows:
- Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
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