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Making motherhood work: how women manage careers and caregiving, by Caitlyn Collins

October 20, 2019
The work-family conflict that mothers experience today is a national crisis. Women struggle to balance breadwinning with the bulk of parenting, and stress is constant. Social policies don’t help.
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“Georgia at the Crossroads of East and West”, by H. E. Ms. Tamara Liluashvili

October 14, 2019
On Wed, Oct. 16th at 7:30 pm, Panitza Library invites you to the presentation: “Georgia at the Cross Roads of East and West”
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Social Media Subject Week

October 13, 2019
If you’re curious to learn something interesting or inspiring about social media, come and check out our books on the topic!
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Who owns the news?: a history of copyright, by Will Slauter

October 13, 2019
Without legal protection for the "ownership" of news, what incentive does a news organization have to invest in producing quality journalism that serves the public good?
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Subject week: Foreign Policy: What Now?

October 07, 2019
Come and check out our book collection on the topic.
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Exploring social psychology, by David G. Myers, Hope College, Jean M. Twenge

October 04, 2019
Exploring Social Psychology succinctly explores social psychological science and applies it to contemporary issues and everyday life
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Economics is Fun

September 30, 2019
If you are interested in economics, visit Panitza Library this week and enjoy our suggestions on the topic.​
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Impractical Python projects : playful programming activities to make you smarter, by Lee Vaughan

September 29, 2019
Find endless educational geeky fun with Impractical Python Projects.
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September 26th - International Day of Languages

September 22, 2019
Let’s celebrate the language diversity! Come and check out what books we have on the topic!
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Thinking critically about child development: examining myths and misunderstandings, by Jean Mercer, Stephen D. A. Hupp and Jeremy Jewell

September 21, 2019
The new Fourth Edition covers adolescence, adverse childhood experiences, genetics and other issues about sexuality, keeping readers up to date on the latest scholarship in the field.
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