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The Leddy Research Question Competition closes on September 30th at the end of the day! So make sure you get your question in for a chance to win a 50$ prize! Just go to http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/leddyrqc/2016rqc/ to enter.
September 19-25 is Science Literacy Week and we are celebrating it at the Leddy Library.
There are many reasons to be literate in the sciences. One good reason is to have, on-hand, the ability to ask good questions when reading dramatic news headlines. On the first floor of the main building of the Leddy Library, you can find a display on this topic by Selinda Berg, liaison librarian for Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Welcome to the 2016 Leddy Library Research Question Competition!
Is there something you're curious about? Do you have an interesting, engaging or even amusing research question? If so submit it to the Leddy Library Research Question Competition for a chance to win one of three 50$ prizes!
When is it?
Submissions are open from September 12th - 30th.
Thanks to the support of the President’s Office and the grand success of last year’s “Why Humanities” Week, we are very excited to announce that Humanities Week will take place September 12-16th! In a popular repeat from last year’s event, students will have an opportunity to win a semester of free tuition by submitting their take on What do the Humanities Mean to You? Entrants are asked to produce a video, essay, poem or proclamation outlining the importance and value of the humanities.
The Fall 2016 Leddy Library Reading Challenge is a social group for ALL members of the University of Windsor community. Meetings are every Tuesday from 3-4 p.m. until the beginning of December!
The main objective of this group is to create a larger sense of community on campus while allowing for students, faculty, and library staff to share a social-academic space for critical thinking and literature review.
Still not certain this group is for you - well how about some incentive to start reading?