Help Guide: “Research from Start to Finish”

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Easy to follow guide with steps on how to do research. Finding and researching a topic, using library materials, search strategies, evaluating information and more. Includes assignment calculator. <a href=”http://Easy to follow guide with steps on how to do research. Finding and researching a topic, using library materials, search strategies, evaluating information and more. Includes assignment calculator. Find it here…

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Dr. Sean O’Callaghan: “The Rise of the Techno-human: Adventures, challenges and choices”

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Monday, April 10, 2017
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Munroe Special Collections Room (McKillop 109)

The ability for human beings to design themselves is not new, but developments in the fields of bio-engineering now enable us to change ourselves and our offspring in ways which were once unimaginable.

Human enhancement, whether by means of pharmaceuticals, computers or bio-electronics present us with exciting new opportunities but also new potential inequalities, which will challenge societies in the near future.

Dr. O’Callaghan received his B.A. in history at University College Cork, a postgraduate certificate in education at Christchurch College, a B.Th. in theology and his Ph.D. in systematic theology at University of Liverpool.

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“Faces of Mercy” Contest Entries on Display

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Photo taken by Olga Verbeek.

Stop by the library 1st FL to see the annual “Faces of Mercy” contest (sponsored by the Mission Committee).

Entries may be submitted in a variety of formats, including photos, artwork, story and poem. All submissions must be in hard copy with a maximum size of 11×17 inches, although pictures of original artwork are acceptable.

Prizes include $100 for first place, $75 for second place, $50 for third place and $25 for honorable mention.

Good luck to the entrants!

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