We need your help! Have you attended an event at the FIU Libraries, either at the Green Library or the Hubert Library?
Tired of looking for an empty seat during finals? Do you want a quiet, worry-free space to study?
Enter to win your own study room and be a library V.I.P during the last two weeks of the semester!
To enter our V.I.P (Very Important Panther) Study Room contest you must answer the question (in 250 words or less) “How has the library helped you?”
“My Haiti” (Ayiti Pam Nan) is a collection by Haitian artists that combines the culture and colors with the politics of Haiti, inviting viewers into the heart and soul of AYITI (Haiti).
It is a positive response for and by the proud people of Haiti.
We invite you to participate personally by sharing your positive experiences of Haiti and its people at the Hubert Library, March 2nd - April 30th, through interviews or written comments.
It’s happened to everyone - it’s the end of the semester, you’re cleaning out your room, and you suddenly stumble across a library book you forgot you checked out back during the first week of school. Usually, the only option is to sigh and cough up the money for the overdue fee, but soon there will be a different way to solve the problem.
Join the "Ecology of South Florida" class as they welcome Cesar Becerra, South Florida historian and author of Giants of the Swamp: The Story of South Florida's Logging Industry (2012).
The Hubert Library will open at noon on Saturday, February 24th. The library will be closed in the monring due to city maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard was a teacher, an activist, and a loving friend and father, who founded Temple Beth Am in Pinecrest, the largest Reform congregation in the Southeast. He was an inspiration not only to his friends and family, but also to the community.
Inspicio [een-spee-cho], now available through FIU’s Digital Commons, provides an intellectually sophisticated showcase for the most exciting talent within Miami and South Florida’s diverse arts communities.
A blend of traditional magazine articles and recorded interviews with some of the most notable leaders in the Arts, Inspicio aspires to be a sophisticated enabler of the arts that is a “Must-See” resource for a global audience interested in the Miami-South Florida art scene.
The Green Library is open 24/5!
FIU students, faculty, staff, and alumni will need to swipe their FIU One Card to enter and exit the library. If you forgot your FIU One Card, there is a Guest Services Desk (GSD) in place at the top of the escalators (2nd floor), where anyone without an FIU OneCard can obtain a temporary card to enter the library. You can also visit libraries.fiu.edu/barcode on your phone to generate a digital barcode that can be used to enter and exit the library.
The Green Library Listening Closely: Music Lecture Series. is returning for the fall 2017 semester!
Wednesday, February 7th, 4pm, Samuel Zerin, NYU, "Intertextuality in Russian-Jewish Chamber Music," GL 835