ZSR Library Letters

News & More from ZSR Library

What’s The Deafening Noise All About at ZSR???

Anyone who has tried to work or study in the ZSR the past several days can be commended for possessing great stamina! The noise has been deafening and the activity of all the construction workers has been evident in multiple locations throughout the building. Have you wondered what it’s all about? By now, our regulars... Continue reading “What’s The Deafening Noise All About at ZSR???”

The 2014-2015 ZSR Fellow: Le’Ron Byrd

Just to put the interesting facts out there first: (1) I was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. (Now to answer general questions you might have that comes with knowing that fact): No, I have never had a pet moose. No it is not dark all day during the winter. No, I do not know... Continue reading “The 2014-2015 ZSR Fellow: Le’Ron Byrd”

Sutton Appointed Vice Provost

Dean Lynn Sutton, head of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library since 2004, has been named Vice Provost of the University effective July 1. She succeeds Jennifer Collins, who is leaving Wake Forest to become Dean of the Law School at Southern Methodist University. “These have been the best ten years of my professional life,” says... Continue reading “Sutton Appointed Vice Provost”

Graduating Seniors and the End of the Semester

Seniors: Get ready for graduation! And ZSR is here to help. Thursday, May 1, Reading Day Stop at the table across from the Circulation Desk and find out how to resolve holds, return laptops, and remove any other roadblocks between you and graduation day! Sunday, May 18 The library will be open from 3pm to... Continue reading “Graduating Seniors and the End of the Semester”

From the Suggestion Box: Front Desk Conversations

Please instruct the people working at the front desk to keep their conversation in check. I am studying/watching video lectures today (Saturday, March 15, 3-7 pm) at a computer on 4th floor today (with headphones on) and for 2 hour have heard loud talking and laughing from people working at the front desk on Floor... Continue reading “From the Suggestion Box: Front Desk Conversations”

Planning for the Future of the ZSR Building

A conceptual drawing of enhanced study and collaboration spaces A bold concept for the future of ZSR was unveiled at last semester’s launch of Wake Will, the University-wide capital campaign. As the busiest academic building and one of the original campus structures, ZSR Library is showing its age. Upgrading study rooms, expanding classrooms and designing... Continue reading “Planning for the Future of the ZSR Building”

ZSR representatives attend CPR/AED/First Aid training

On December 11, several members of the ZSR Safety and Security Team, along with additional staff from Special Collections and Archives, and Reference and Instruction Services attended a training session to become certified in providing CPR and First Aid as well as to learn to use of our Automatic External Defibrillator. The Z Smith Reynolds... Continue reading “ZSR representatives attend CPR/AED/First Aid training”

New Atrium Flooring Coming Your Way @ ZSR!

It’s almost time for the next phase of the ZSR Library Atrium renovation. You’ve seen the new windows in the Atrium. Next up is new flooring that will be installed during the semester break! If you follow ZSR activities, you may have read about this project in an early September post. On the day following... Continue reading “New Atrium Flooring Coming Your Way @ ZSR!”

ZSR’s Travis Manning wins WFU Employee of the Year

Travis Manning was named WFU Employee of the Year on Tuesday, November 11, 2013, at the University’s Staff Rewards & Recognition Luncheon held in the Snead Club Room at Bridger Field House. He won in the non-exempt category. The criteria for winning the award included a demonstrated commitment to Integrity, Accountability, Inclusion, Dedication to Excellence,... Continue reading “ZSR’s Travis Manning wins WFU Employee of the Year”

Business Information Commons Opens in Farrell Hall

The Business Information Commons opened in Farrell Hall in July. Located on the second floor, the Info Commons serves as space for quiet study, group study and research sessions with the librarians. The Info Commons includes a large room with general seating, two study rooms and a workroom with the Bloomberg Terminal. Librarians Bob Hebert... Continue reading “Business Information Commons Opens in Farrell Hall”