Rentschler Library and the Office of Learning Assistance are proud to offer Cram Jam again this semester. There’ll be peer tutors in a variety of subjects, librarians, snacks and coffee. Open to all Miami students and hosted at Rentschler Library, Schwarm Hall, Miami Univ. Hamilton campus. The dates & hours of Cram Jam are:
Thursday, Dec, 7, 6-9pm
Saturday, Dec, 9, 12-5pm
Sunday, Dec, 10, 3-10pm
Looking for an on-campus job? Like helping people? We’re hiring!!
For more information and to apply, visit: https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=5023
Questions? Stop by the main desk in the library–we’d be glad to answer any questions you have!
#MoveInMiami is a 24-hour fundraising campaign that occurs every year on Miami’s Move In Day in Oxford. The campaign is designed to “Move Miami Forward” and that is what these funds do for our regional students and our campuses.
During the #MoveInMiami campaign, you can choose a specific department or program to donate towards. Please consider donating to Rentschler Library during this campaign. The funds raised during the campaign go towards programming in the library like our Open House, which gives students a chance to enjoy donuts and coffee while chatting with library staff and learning about services the library offers.
To donate to Rentschler Library, please visit: www.givetomiamioh.org/regionallibraries, and fill in your donation amount next to “Rentschler Library Gift Fund-Hamilton Campus”.
The Regionals have set 5 milestone goals. Each time we meet a milestone, a $5 match will be applied to each gift of $10 or more. And, if we reach 500 gifts, the fund with the most gifts will receive a $1,000 donation from Interim Dean Cathy Bishop-Clark.
For more information about the campaign at the Regionals, visit: www.miamioh.edu/regionals/moveinmiami
We’re hiring student workers to start in August! For more information and to apply, visit: https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=4499
The library will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th for Independence Day. We will reopen at 8:00am on Wednesday, July 5th.
Besides the start of tree pollen season, sneezing season, and warmer temps, it’s also time to start digging in to your research. Annotated bibliographies are soon due, then final papers or projects. Don’t wait until the last minute! Contact the librarians at Rentschler Library to get help. We can suggest research strategies or help you track down that one elusive fact that will help you make the grade.