Spring Library Workshops: This spring, we will hold workshops covering topics in library research. Workshops are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, noon-1pm in the computer lab.
- Libraries at Your Fingertips: Using Interlibrary Loan: January 29 & 31, 12-1pm
- Bibliographies Without the Headaches: Zotero: February 5 & 7, 12-1pm
- Finding Resources for Biblical and Theological Studies: February 12 & 14, 12-1pm
Publishing Articles and Presenting at Conferences as a Doctoral Student (Wednesday March 13, 12-1pm, Rolfing 110)
- Within a competitive academic job market, it is important to begin engaging with scholarly discourse even as a graduate student. This workshop will discuss how you can get started with that, and what publishing and presentation venues make the most sense for new scholars. This workshop is open to current doctoral students.
The Manuscript is Finished, Now What? Things to Consider for ProQuest and Publishers (Wednesday April 10, 12-1pm, Rolfing 110)
- This workshop will cover the nuts and bolts of submitting your finished dissertation manuscript to ProQuest, and what to consider as you start to turn your dissertation into a book. This workshop is open to current doctoral students.
Faculty Book Talk (February 18, 12:00-1:15pm)
- Dr. Donald Guthrie will talk about his new book, The Politics of Ministry: Navigating Power Dynamics and Negotiating Interests.
- Christian Higher Education: Faith, Teaching, and Learning in the Evangelical Tradition with Dr. Laurie Matthias (March 12, 12:00-1:15pm)
- "#MeToo, #ChurchToo, and You Too" with Dr. Paige Cunningham, JD (April 1, 12-1:15pm)
Movie Screening (March 28, 7:00pm)
- Join us for a screening of the documentary Deej. Ruth Stieff will lead a Q&A after the movie about the unique challenges students with autism face as they enter higher education. Open to any in the TIU community.
Story-Time for Children
- On the first and third Tuesday of every month at 10:30 AM, a fun story time will be offered for kids. A parent or guardian must be present.