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Fall 2015 Events in the GW Libraries

Monday, August 31
GW 1st day of classes

Monday, September 7
Labor Day - GW Libraries CLOSED

Tuesday, September 8
2pm - GWU Faculty Association Meeting (Room 702)

Monday, September 14
10:30am - WebEx Training (Room 218a)
--private/ invitation-only event--

Wednesday, September 16
10am - September Library Staff Town Hall Meeting (Room 702)
--private/ invitation-only event--

2pm - DC Public Library Outreach to Students (entrance floor)

Thursday, September 17
5pm - GWU Staff Association Meeting (Room 702)

Friday, September 18
4-6pm - Eckles Library Birthday Party (Eckles 1st Floor)

Saturday, September 19
2pm - DC Working Class History Seminar (Room 702)
--private/ invitation-only event--

Tuesday, September 22
3-d Printing at GelmanGetting Started with 3-D Printing 
2-2:30pm
Gelman Library 3-D Studio, Room 214
Learn more about how 3-D printing works and what types of projects you can make with it in this 30 minute Getting Started workshop. You'll learn how 3-D printing works, how to submit a request for printing at Gelman, and a brief tutorial on Makerware, the software that drives our Makerbot printers. Please RSVP to reserve your place.

Thursday, September 24
7pm - Jenny McKean Moore Series: Kseniya Melnik (Room 702)

Friday, September 25
3-5pm - Alumni Open House and 3-D Printing Demo (Entrance Floor)

Friday, September 25 - Sunday, September 27
GW Alumni Weekend

Thursday, October 1
11am-12:30pm - The Francis Effect: Sustainability & the Pope (Room 702)
In just over two years, Pope Francis has become an extraordinarily popular and influential world leader, so much so that scholars have begun to refer to "the Francis Effect." For this event Gelman Library and the GW Sustainability Collaborative have brought together three researchers to assess the political impact of the pope's recent visit to Washington: John Gehring (Catholic Program Director for Faith in Public Life), Daniel Cox (Director of Research for the Public Religion Research Institute), and Cynthia McClintock (GW Professor of Political Science and International Affairs). The discussion will be moderated by Michael Svoboda, Director of GW's Sustainability Minor.

4-6pm - American and Ottoman Civil Wars and the Question of Sovereignty in the Middle East (Room 702)
The George Washington University Department of History presents the 2015 Kylan Jones-Huffman Lecture. Ussama Makdisi, Professor of History and Arab-American Educational Foundation Chair of Arab Studies at Rice University, will be presenting "American and Ottoman Civil Wars and the Question of Sovereignty in the Middle East."

5-7pm - SEAS 2nd Annual Graduate Open House (Science & Engineering Hall)

Friday, October 2
11am - GWU-IBT semi-annual board meeting (Room 702)
--private/ invitation-only event--

Friday, October 9
11:30-2pm - 2015 Teaching Day's Teaching Support Resources Fair (Marvin Center Grand Ballroom)

Monday, October 12
Lit Review How ToLit Review How To Boot Camp
Gelman Library, Room 219

Lit Review How To is a series of workshops for graduate students working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation.  These 30-minute workshops will teach tips to save you time and sanity. Bring your own computer. Please RSVP to reserve your seat at this popular workshop series.

9-9:30am*
The Basics: Mapping Your Research
What is a Literature Review, and what information do I need to begin one? Learn tips on how to begin your search, discover keywords, and narrow topics, and how to find the right databases and resources for your topic using GW Libraries’ tools. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

9:30-10am*
Searching Beyond Gelman
How do you know what research is out there? How can you know what you don't know? Librarians will help you be sure with a comprehensive search of all published book literature using WorldCat.  This workshop is best for disciplines that write books, especially the humanities and social sciences. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

10-10:30am*
Citation Management
Once you've done all that research how do you keep track of it?  Step away from the notecards and learn about online citation tools like Refworks, Zotero and Mendeley. Librarians will help you find the tool that is right for you and get you started using it. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

10:45-11:15am*
Citation Chasing
How do you build on someone else's research?  How do you find the research they used?  Chase down those citations like a pro. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

11:15-11:45am* 
Staying Current in One's Field
Librarian Ann Brown will help you find out how to stay current in your field. You'll learn how to set up a journal table of contents alerts, search alerts, and identify key journals in your field. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

3-d Printing at GelmanGetting Started with 3-D Printing
Noon - 12:30pm
Gelman Library 3-D Studio, Room 214
Learn more about how 3-D printing works and what types of projects you can make with it in this 30 minute Getting Started workshop. You'll learn how 3-D printing works, how to submit a request for printing at Gelman, and a brief tutorial on Makerware, the software that drives our Makerbot printers. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

 

Library Life HacksLibrary Life Hacks

Library Life Hacks is a new series offered by the librarians of the GW Libraries. These 30 minute workshops offer practical solutions to save you hours of needless work. Please RSVP to reserve your place

 

1:30-2pm 
What is Data?
In this workshop we will define research data & data-related terms, learn common data formats, understand use agreements and restrictions, and identify library and campus services and resources related to data. Please RSVP here.
Gelman Library, Room 219

2-2:30pm 
Data Management
Data management refers to activities that support the long-term preservation, access, and use of data. In this short workshop, learn best practices for data management and discover the tools, people and resources GW Libraries can provide to help you. Please RSVP here.
Gelman Library, Room 219

2:45-3:15pm*
GIS Data Basics
Come learn how you can integrate Geographic Information Systems into your research and discover the resources available at Gelman Library and beyond. This workshop will cover the basics of data discovery and display using ArcGIS software. Let it spark your cartographic imagination!. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 
Gelman Library, Room 300

3:15-3:45pm 
Uploading Your Electronic Thesis or Dissertation (ETD)
The writing is done. The citations have been cross checked. Your adviser has signed off. All that's left is to upload your electronic thesis or dissertation--but what does that really mean? This short workshop will introduce you to the interface for uploading your document and give you a heads up on what you will be asked during that process.  Please bring your own computer. Please RSVP here.
Gelman Library, Room 300

Tuesday, October 13
Open Access at GW11am - Catholic University Open Access Week Keynote Address: How Open Access Benefits Faculty + Research
Great Room A, Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center
Learn about the experiences at universities that have adopted an open access policy.
Dr. Steven Lerman, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, George Washington University
Geneva Henry, University Librarian and Vice Provost for Libraries, George Washington University

2-3pm - Open Access Boot Camp for Library Staff (Room 702)
--private/ invitation-only event--

Thursday, October 15
11am-2pm - DIT Tech Expo (mid-campus quad)

Friday, October 16
11am-1pm - Blue Wings Poetry Reading (Gelman Reading Porch)

Friday, October 16 - Sunday, October 18
GW Colonials Weekend

Saturday, October 17
11am - 2pm
Gelman Library Open House and 3-D Printing Demonstrations
Don't miss a chance to visit Gelman Library, the intellectual hub of GW's Foggy Bottom campus. We’ll have a 3-D printer demonstration and library staff will be available to discuss the range of services and resources we offer to support your student.

11-11:30am
The Library's Role in Academic Success: What Parents Need to Know (Gelman Library, Room 219)
The modern library is much more than just books and a place to study. In this short workshop, learn from teaching librarians how crucial the innovative services and technologies of the GW Libraries are to undergraduate success.

11:30am - Noon
3-D Printing and GIS: How Today's Scholars Visualize, Analyze, and Interpret Data (Gelman Library, Room 219)
GW students have access to amazing technology not even dreamed of 20 years ago, fundamentally changing the way students visualize and interpret data. Attend this short workshop for an introduction to 3-D printing and geographic information services, just 2 of the services now available in the libraries.

1-1:30pm 
The Library's Role in Academic Success: What Parents Need to Know (Gelman Library, Room 219)
The modern library is much more than just books and a place to study. In this short workshop, learn from teaching librarians how crucial the innovative services and technologies of the GW Libraries are to undergraduate success.

1:30-2pm
3-D Printing and GIS: How Today's Scholars Visualize, Analyze, and Interpret Data (Gelman Library, Room 219)
GW students have access to amazing technology not even dreamed of 20 years ago, fundamentally changing the way students visualize and interpret data. Attend this short workshop for an introduction to 3-D printing and geographic information services, just 2 of the services now available in the libraries.

Noon - 2pm 
Celebrating the Creative Process (Eckles Library Main Reading Room)
Join us for a celebration of research, music, and art as we award the 2015 Eckles Prize for Freshman Research Excellence and open the Women's Leadership Program's annual art show!
Meet the student artists and writers, view exhibits, listen to performances, and enjoy refreshments. Parents, students, and faculty are all welcome. For more information, please see https://library.gwu.edu/eckles/the-eckles-prize-for-freshman-research-ex...

Monday, October 19
10-11am - Open Access Boot Camp for Library Staff (Room 702)
--private/ invitation-only event--

Tuesday, October 20
3-d Printing at GelmanGetting Started with 3-D Printing*
2-2:30pm
Gelman Library 3-D Studio, Room 214
Learn more about how 3-D printing works and what types of projects you can make with it in this 30 minute Getting Started workshop. You'll learn how 3-D printing works, how to submit a request for printing at Gelman, and a brief tutorial on Makerware, the software that drives our Makerbot printers. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

Wednesday, October 21
Open Access at GW9:30-11:30am - Open Access Salon (Room 219)
Join the GW Libraries Scholarly Communications Committee for an informal salon designed to introduce faculty and students to the GW Open Access Policy and Institutional Repository, GW ScholarSpace. Ask questions one-on-one and stick around for a brief informational presentation. Don’t miss the coffee and tea!

 

Wednesday, October 21
Open Access at GWNoon-1:30pm - Responsible Conduct of Research Lecture Series: Data Acquisition and Management (Room 702)
Sponsored by OVPR - Geneva Henry will speak. Panelists are: Professor Jody Ganiban, Professor of Psychology, Professor Tara Sinclair, Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Professor Alexander J. Van der Horst, Professor of Physics.

 

Thursday, October 22
Open Access at GW12:30-1:30pm - ETDs: Open Access vs. Traditional Publishing(Room 219)
Led by Valerie Emerson, ETD Administrator, this workshop will introduce you to the interface for uploading your document, with a special emphasis on Open Access vs. Traditional Publishing. Attendees will have the chance to ask questions related to the ETD process, Open Access, embargoes, and copyright.

Friday, October 23
3:30-5:30pm - Celebration of Faculty Authors (Room 702 & Special Collections Reading Room)
--private/ invitation-only event--

Monday, October 26
Jack-O-Lit3-4:30pm - Jack-o-Lit: Literary Pumpkin Carving with Faculty & Librarians (Kogan Plaza)
#jack-o-lit
Bring your own pumpkin and sculpt your masterpiece in the company of GW's coolest faculty and librarians. Carving implements will be provided along with cookies, cider, and nerdy-cool conversation. Check out the Gelman facebook page for photos of last year's amazing creations. Judging begins at 4pm and prizes will be awarded for the best and most creative carving. Costumes aren't required, but are definitely encouraged! Extra cookies and instant respect if you arrive dressed as any literary or classical character.

 

Wednesday, October 27
3-d Printing at GelmanGetting Started with 3-D Printing 
Noon-12:30pm
Gelman Library 3-D Studio, Room 214
Learn more about how 3-D printing works and what types of projects you can make with it in this 30 minute Getting Started workshop. You'll learn how 3-D printing works, how to submit a request for printing at Gelman, and a brief tutorial on Makerware, the software that drives our Makerbot printers. Please RSVP to reserve your place.

Open Access at GW4:30-6:30pm - Open Access Salon (Room 219)
Join the GW Libraries Scholarly Communications Committee for an informal salon designed to introduce faculty and students to the GW Open Access Policy and Institutional Repository, GW ScholarSpace. Ask questions one-on-one and stick around for a brief informational presentation. Don’t miss the coffee and tea!

Thursday, October 29
7:30pm - Jenny McKean Moore Series: Scott Simon (Room 702)

Friday, October 30
10am-5pm - Futures of the Past (Room 702)
An all day MEMSI symposium featuring new work in medieval and early modern studies. Please join us for some energetic conversation!

  • Kim Hall, Barnard College, author of Sweet Taste of Empire (forthcoming)
  • Patricia Clare Ingham, Indiana University, author of The Medieval New: Ambivalence in an Age of Innovation
  • J. Allan Mitchell, University of Victoria, author of Becoming Human: The Matter of the Medieval Child
  • Julie Orlemanski, University of Chicago, author of Symptomatic Subjects: Bodies, Signs, and Narratives in Late Medieval England (in progress)
  • Coll Thrush, University of British Columbia, author of Indigenous London: Native Travellers at the Heart of Empire (forthcoming)
  • Henry S. Turner, Rutgers University, author of The Corporate Commonwealth: Pluralism and Political Fictions in England, 1516-1651 (forthcoming)

Presentation titles, a schedule for the day, and a link to sign up for lunch and a reception will be posted shortly on the GW MEMSI blog.

Monday, November 2
District of Columbia Library Association (DCLA) Lecture by Maureen Sullivan

Wednesday, November 4

Let the Sun ShineLet the Sun Shine: A Workshop on FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) Requests for Journalists & Researchers
6-8pm
Gelman Library, Room 702
Director of the Freedom of Information Act Project Nate Jones of the non-government, non-profit National Security Archive will lead a workshop on how journalists, historians, or any person can file successful FOIA requests to the federal government. His two-hour workshop will share the tactics the Archive has learned from the 50,000-plus FOIA requests and appeals that it has submitted. Jones will utilize real examples of FOIA requests, appeals, and releases to demonstrate how to pry government documents into the public domain and allow Americans to know what their government is up to.

Thursday, November 5
Developing Your Professional SelfDeveloping Your Professional Self
4-5:30pm
Gelman Library, Room 219
Let GW Libraries and GW Career Services help you in developing a professional online persona. We'll show you all the resources GW Libraries can provide to help with your career or graduate program search, reveal how to optimize a LinkedIn profile, and teach you how to build an online portfolio in WordPress to show off your skills and experiences. Please bring your own laptop to this workshop. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

Sunday, November 8
Hebrew Printing in the Orient2-4pm - Hebrew Printing in the Orient Opening Reception
Gelman Library, Room 702

Enjoy a panel discussion on a broad panorama of typography from far-flung presses, from the Maghreb to China and from Central Asia to India, South Africa and the Antipodes. Also included are texts in Aramaic and the various languages of Oriental Jewry, including Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), Judeo-Arabic, Judeo-Persian and Marathi. Among the rarities is a copy of Hok le-Yisra'el (Cairo, 1740), one of the first books ever printed in Egypt. The Kiev Collection at The George Washington University was established in 1996 with the donation of the large personal library of I. Edward Kiev, one of the preeminent Judaica librarians of the 20th century.  Together with books in western languages, German-Jewish graphic art, and extensive bibliographic literature in which Kiev was expert, the collection holds Hebraica printed around the world over the course of five centuries.

Wednesday, November 11

Library Life HacksLibrary Life Hacks

Library Life Hacks is a new series offered by the librarians of the GW Libraries. These 30 minute workshops offer practical solutions to save you hours of needless work. 

 

9-9:30am
What is Data?
In this workshop we will define research data & data-related terms, learn common data formats, understand use agreements and restrictions, and identify library and campus services and resources related to data. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 
Gelman Library, Room 219

9:30-10am  
Data Management
Data management refers to activities that support the long-term preservation, access, and use of data. In this short workshop, learn best practices for data management and discover the tools, people and resources GW Libraries can provide to help you. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 
Gelman Library, Room 219

10:15-10:45am 
GIS Data Basics
Come learn how you can integrate Geographic Information Systems into your research and discover the resources available at Gelman Library and beyond. This workshop will cover the basics of data discovery and display using ArcGIS software. Let it spark your cartographic imagination!.*This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 
Gelman Library, Room 300

10:45-11:15am 
Uploading Your Electronic Thesis or Dissertation (ETD)
The writing is done. The citations have been cross checked. Your adviser has signed off. All that's left is to upload your electronic thesis or dissertation--but what does that really mean? This short workshop will introduce you to the interface for uploading your document and give you a heads up on what you will be asked during that process.  Please bring your own computer. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 
Gelman Library, Room 300

3-d Printing at GelmanGetting Started with 3-D Printing*
Noon - 12:30pm
Gelman Library 3-D Studio, Room 214
Learn more about how 3-D printing works and what types of projects you can make with it in this 30 minute Getting Started workshop. You'll learn how 3-D printing works, how to submit a request for printing at Gelman, and a brief tutorial on Makerware, the software that drives our Makerbot printers. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

 

Lit Review How ToLit Review How To Boot Camp
Gelman Library, Room 219

Lit Review How To is a series of workshops for graduate students working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation.  These 30-minute workshops will teach tips to save you time and sanity. Bring your own computer. 

1:30-2pm 
The Basics: Mapping Your Research
What is a Literature Review, and what information do I need to begin one? Learn tips on how to begin your search, discover keywords, and narrow topics, and how to find the right databases and resources for your topic using GW Libraries’ tools. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

Searching Beyond Gelman
How do you know what research is out there? How can you know what you don't know? Librarians will help you be sure with a comprehensive search of all published book literature using WorldCat.  This workshop is best for disciplines that write books, especially the humanities and social sciences. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

2:30-3pm 
Citation Management
Once you've done all that research how do you keep track of it?  Step away from the notecards and learn about online citation tools like Refworks, Zotero and Mendeley. Librarians will help you find the tool that is right for you and get you started using it. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

3:15-3:45pm 
Citation Chasing
How do you build on someone else's research?  How do you find the research they used?  Chase down those citations like a pro. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

3:45-4:15pm 
Staying Current in One's Field
Librarian Ann Brown will help you find out how to stay current in your field. You'll learn how to set up a journal table of contents alerts, search alerts, and identify key journals in your field. *This workshop is full and no longer able to accept RSVPs. 

Thursday, November 12
10am - November Library Staff Town Hall Meeting (Room 702)
--private/ invitation-only event--

3pm - WID Distinguished Lecture: Rotten to the Core: Writing Texas as a State of Exception(Room 702)
Lecture by Jennifer Wingard
Reception to Follow
Through a discussion of the recent Blue Bell Ice Cream shut-down in Brenham, Texas and the detainment of Sudanese 9th grader Ahmed Mohamed in Irving, Texas, I will demonstrate how the state of Texas is continually written as the “bad apple” of the United States. To demonstrate these processes, I draw on the rhetorical assemblage to examine how particular groups (or states) are branded “bad apples” to protect state and economic practices that enable violence and exclusion. Ultimately, I will show how assembling located stories of “bad apples” can reveal neoliberal writing practices which can be taught to our students to enable better civic engagement with their local surroundings.
Jennifer Wingard is an Associate Professor of Rhetoric, Composition, and Pedagogy and a faculty affiliate to the Women’s Studies Program at the University of Houston. Her scholarship focuses on the impact of global neoliberal economics on civic, democratic discourses. Her first book Branded Bodies, Rhetoric, and the Neoliberal Nation-State (Lexington Books 2013) focuses on the ubiquitous nature of political branding and its impact on immigrant and GLBT communities. Her scholarship has appeared in Reflections, Journal of Advanced Composition (JAC), and other interdisciplinary edited collections. She is currently working on a book titled Rotten to the Core: Exceptional Rhetoric in a Neoliberal Age.

Thursday, November 12 - Sunday, November 15
Annual Conference on DC Historical Studies (Historical Society of DC)
With the theme of “New Freedoms, New Lives,” the multi-day 42nd Annual Conference on D.C. Historical Studies commemorates the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War and the beginning of Reconstruction. Sessions also focus on a wide array of D.C.-metropolitan area history topics, especially the impact of recent social and demographic changes.

Friday, November 13 at 2-3:30 Concurrent Session:
Documenting the District
Moderator: Sylvia Augusteijn, Assistant Librarian, Norwood School and independent archivist
“Documenting the District: Issues, Strategies and Models,” Jennifer King, George Washington University Libraries
“Documenting the District: The District of Columbia Africana Archives Project,” Alexandra Krensky, George Washington University Libraries
“The Oral History Project–Mayoral Campaign 1978,” Diane Lewis, The Oral History Project Mayoral Campaign 1978
Archivists, as gatekeepers to the historical record, play a large role in shaping the field of history. These three panelists consider how collecting decisions are made, and explore how two important current collaborative initiatives to collect and enable access to
recent history are proceeding

Monday, November 16
6pm -The Spanish & Latin American Writers Series presents: A reading followed by Q&A with Alejandro Zambra (Room 702)

Tuesday, November 17
International Student Coffee HourInternational Student Coffee Hour (Global Resources Center)
10-11:30am 
Please join us in Gelman Library, Suite 708 for an international student coffee hour co-hosted by the Global Resources Center (GRC) and the International Services Office (ISO). Take a tour of the GRC, chat with a Specialist about your research and global interests and enjoy a snack with your ISO friends! This event is part of GW's International Education Week.  Please RSVP

 

Copyright Basics for Graduate StudentsCopyright Basics for Graduate Students (Room 702)
1-2pm 
GW Associate General Counsel Michelle Gluck will cover the basic aspects of copyright law you need to know when writing a thesis or dissertation, including an overview of copyright as a "bundle of rights" and the criteria for determining fair use. 

 

3-d Printing at GelmanGetting Started with 3-D Printing 
Noon-12:30pm
Gelman Library 3-D Studio, Room 214
Learn more about how 3-D printing works and what types of projects you can make with it in this 30 minute Getting Started workshop. You'll learn how 3-D printing works, how to submit a request for printing at Gelman, and a brief tutorial on Makerware, the software that drives our Makerbot printers. Please RSVP to reserve your place.

Fighting for Total person unionismFighting for Total Person Unionism (Room 702)
5-7pm
Robert Bussel, author of Fighting for Total Person Unionism will speak about labor leaders Harold Gibbons and Ernest Calloway who championed a new kind of labor movement that regarded workers as "total persons" interested in both workplace affairs and the exercise of effective citizenship in their communities. Bussel is a professor of history and director of the Labor Education and Research Center at the University of Oregon. He is also the author of From Harvard to the Ranks of Labor: Powers Hapgood and the American Working Class.

 

Wednesday, November 18
6-9pm - Okinawa: The Afterburn Film Showing and Discussion(Room 214)
Co-sponsored by the Global Resources Center and Veterans For Peace, Ryukyu Okinawa Chapter
A major hit in Japanese theaters since its release in June, Okinawa: The Afterburn is the first documentary to provide a comprehensive picture of the 1945 Battle of Okinawa and the ensuing 70-year occupation of the island by the US military. In April 1945, American forces invaded Okinawa, launching a battle that lasted 12 weeks and claimed the lives of 240,000 people. The film recounts the battle through the eyes of Japanese and American soldiers who fought on the same battlefields, along with Okinawan civilians swept up in the fighting. The film carries the story to the present, depicting the discrimination and oppression forced upon Okinawa by the American and Japanese governments. With Okinawa now embroiled in a struggle over the construction of a new base, this timely film illuminates the roots of a deep-seated resistance.

Thursday, November 19
4:30pm - Free to Rock in Russia Panel Discussion (Room 702)

5pm - GWU Staff Association Meeting (Room 302)

Thursday, November 26 & Friday, November 27
Thanksgiving -- GW Libraries CLOSED

Thursday, December 10
GW Reading Day

Friday, December 11 - Saturday, December 19
GW Final Exams

Monday, December 14
4-11pm - Colonial Health Center Study Break (Room 302)

Tuesday, December 15
9-11pm - Snacks, Naps, & Care Packs (Room 218a)

Recurring Events for the Fall 2015 Semester
Sundays from 5-8pm - Athletics Study Hall (Room 219)
Sundays from 3-10pm - SEAS Tutoring (Room 218a)
Mondays from 7-10pm - SEAS Tutoring (Room 218a)
Tuesdays from 5-7pm - Tutoring Initiative Drop In Tutoring (Room 218a)
Tuesdays from 7-10pm - SEAS Tutoring (Room 218a)
Wednesdays from 7-10pm -  SEAS Tutoring (Room 218a)
Wednesdays from 7-10pm - Athletics Study Hall (Room 219)
Thursdays from 7-9pm - Tutoring Initiative Drop In Tutoring 

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