HNU Faculty Salon Talk: Charles Sarno, PhD: Church, Sect, Cult: The Curious Case of Harold Camping's Family Radio. Thursday 3/16, 6pm – 7pm, in the Library’s Glass Lounge
Charles Sarno, Associate Professor of sociology, shares his current research on the Family Radio Network, whose founder, Harold Camping, predicted the end of the world several times, most notably for May 21, 2011. Dr. Sarno will discuss his article "Church, Sect, Cult: The Curious Case of Harold Camping's Family Radio," which recently won an award for best annual article in the academic journal Nova Religio.
HNU’s faculty embrace a broad range of interests and expertise. Join us for a unique opportunity to learn and grow, as several professors lead conversations about their unique experiences. Meet and greet our faculty, and enrich your knowledge of diverse topics, from art to sociology! We will announce the April Faculty Salon Talk in upcoming Library Hawk Squawks.
Faculty Salon Talks are free to the HNU Community, HNU alumni and the public, and reflect the University's dedication to the lifelong pursuit of knowledge. Wine and cheese will be served.
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REMINDER: Communication & Mass Media Complete Database Trial Ending 3/17
The library is offering a free trial of Communication & Mass Media Complete (CMMC) through this Friday, 3/17, as a potential addition to our databases collection.
CMMC offers full text and cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for journals covering communication, mass media, psychology, sociology, linguistics, as well as peace+conflict, performance, gender and cultural studies. It also contains a sophisticated communication thesaurus and comprehensive reference browsing.
To access CMMC, go to: https://libportal.hnu.edu/loginurl=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,uid&profile=cmmc or access it from our Databases Page. CMMC is available from both on and off campus.
For those of you who use our other EBSChost databases (such as Academic Search Premier, and Education Source) the interface will already be familiar to you.
We would appreciate your help in evaluating CMMC and ask you to complete a short survey to tell us what you think: https://hnu.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4Inkt0XS87hXcc5. The survey data will help us make an informed, data-driven decision.
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