Remember Durham Tech's Equity Action Plan from 2020 ? We're getting an update on how we are doing from Vice President Dr. Angela Davis. Learn about Durham Tech's community partnerships, equity scorecard, and some challenges we've faced along the way. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns you can contact Dr. Davis at Davisa@durhamtech.edu . Take a look at Durham Tech's Equity Scorecard . Find out more about the Durham Living Wage Project. Dr. Davis read What Got You Here Won't Get You
It's scholarship time! Learn all about the scholarships available to Durham Tech students through the Durham Tech Foundation from Cassandra Rycek, Coordinator of Development Operations. Apply for scholarships on the Durham Tech website ! The application window is March 15th through April 15th, 2022. Click through to the post to listen! Need help from a librarian? Use this form to book an appointment with us ! Learn more about our new Recording Room and our Tech Tools on our website . Use the
There is a new art gallery on campus! Learn all about it from Liz McFarlane, Director of Development for the Durham Tech Foundation. Who is the gallery named for? How was it created? Who gets to decide what art goes into it? Find out all this and more! Learn more about our new Recording Room and our Tech Tools on our website . Use the 'Reserve Our Recording Room' form to reserve the Recording Room up to six weeks in advance. Liz read Waste: One Woman's Fight Against America's Dirty Secret by
I know you've been missing the library podcast. But the good news is that we're back! Ready fill your ears with library content in 2022. Learn about comics and graphic novels from English instructor Patrick Morris. He joined us to answer explain what the difference between comics and graphic novels is. And, makes recommendations to people who haven't read any before. He has passion and knowledge to share! Learn more about our new Recording Room and our Tech Tools on our website . Use the
Have you met our two new librarians yet? No? Well, we have a podcast episode for you! Meet our two new librarians, Sasha Deyneka and Kyle Minton, and hear about what the library has going on. A special coming soon announcement is in this one for an All We Can Save circle in the spring 2022 semester. Read my review of the book on the library blog! Sasha read Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong. Find it in print at the library or read the ebook through our Dogwood
Our latest podcast episode is out! Listen for library updates, a great interview with Gilbert Umberger (AKA G-Krispy), and book talk! You can listen to the podcast here or on your favorite podcatcher. A heartfelt goodbye to Jes Dormady, who is mentioned in this episode, and has left the college since the recording. She's gone on to new opportunities and we wish her the absolute best! Gilbert is reading Becoming a Student Ready College (available as a print book and an ebook from the Durham Tech
The library podcast is back! Our first episode of season 2 is an interview with LaDelta Williams, Director of the Center for Academic Excellence. Listen to learn what the CAE is doing this semester and how they can help you. Also included in this episode are some library updates and, of course, book talk. This season of Out Loud in the Library will have a couple of small changes. Episodes will drop every three weeks instead of every two weeks. And, Episodes will come out on Thursdays instead of
Interested in Durham Tech's strategic planning process? Strategic Planning Committee member (and fellow librarian) Stephen Books answers all my questions. What is a strategic plan? Where is the data coming from? How will it be implemented? All this and more in our conversation. Stephen read March , which is available at the Durham Tech Library. He's counting it on his 2021 Read Great Things Challenge list. Are you participating in the reading challenge yet? Find out more on the library blog!
Learn all about the new Men of Color Scholars Institute at Durham Tech from Blake Williams and Dr. Keyma Clark. The transcript will be available on the podcast website soon. I hope you enjoyed the podcast this year. We'll be back in the fall with new updates and new interviews! Remember to like, subscribe, or follow the podcast wherever you listen. And, reviews make my heart happy. Have a great summer!
Have you heard about Library Fest yet? It's next week! And as a partner of Library Fest, the Durham Tech Library was able to talk to three of the special guests that will be at Library Fest. Today's interview is with Gordon C. James, artist and illustrator. He's illustrated multiple award-winning books, including I Am Every Good Thing and Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut . Hit play below to listen to our conversation! And, don't forget to register for some Library Fest events. There will be