Your friends in the Mudd Library will be here for you all summer! How can we help?
Need a space to get some work done?
The library will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. It’s especially quiet in here over the summer if you’re looking for a quiet place to get work done. Take a look at the many types of spaces in the library to find your favorite.
Need something to read/watch/listen to/play?
We have lots of popular novels, interesting non-fiction books, movies, documentaries, theatrical productions, CDs, musical scores, etc, that can be checked out! Off campus? Use your Lawrence login to access one of our many streaming media databases to watch opera from the Met, movies, documentaries, and more!
Our friendly reference librarians are on call and ready to help Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. through 4 p.m all summer long! Off campus? Call, email, or chat!
Want to make something?
Our makerspace is available during all library hours to those who’ve been trained, and those who haven’t can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a training session. It’s available to all Lawrence faculty, staff, and students to enhance the creativity of their work here.
Want to learn something?
We have a great lineup in our annual summer coffeehouse series! This summer, we’re calling it Mudd and Friends, as we’ll also be joined by faculty from around campus who’ll share some of their lesser-known expertise.
Here’s a sneak peek:
- July 11: Garth Bond, “How we got to Russia 2018: A Brief History of International Soccer.”
- July 18: Summer Reading!
- July 25: Erin Dix, “An interactive session in which attendees will get a chance to work directly with materials from the Archives.”
- August 1: Beth Zinsli, “A completely non-scientific, totally delicious introduction to a few fermented foods – including recipes!”
- August 8: Antoinette Powell, “What’s all this I hear about the Fox River? Who owned my house? What was Appleton before it was Appleton? The Mudd Library can answer these and many other questions with its collections and electronic resources. Get ready to dive into local history in the Mudd.
- August 15: Bruce Hetzler, “Neurobiology of Stroke”
- August 22: Angela Vanden Elzen, “Makerspace and Pedagogy: How to Integrate the LU Makerspace into your Courses; or, How can this stuff be used with Classes and Stuff?”