Carpet will be installed on Monday. There could be some fumes in addition to some noise. On Tuesday, installation of the compact shelving units starts again. Workers will bring in material and start to assemble the shelves. It will be noisy and some more possible dust.
The Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation today announced $1.23 million in grants as part of its latest round of funding.
The $100 million foundation focuses its grants on environmental efforts, the local arts/cultural sector and efforts to restore the Great Lakes basin.
Exhibit on 4 West, Main Library
Now through Summer 2010
The new floor is done. Carpet will be installed next week. This week we will not have any construction so it will be quiet around here! The only computers available to use are in our computer lab (Room 22). Also, remember that only staff are allowed in the stacks.
Installation of the compact shelving continues much of the same this week. More drilling, noise, and dust is expected.
This week the installation of the compact shelving begins, which involves drilling. We expect it to be very noisy and dusty.
The Business Library renovations are in full swing! Furniture is scattered, and we have moved shelves and taken up the carpet. Today and the rest of the week, we will be working more on the floor. Be prepared for possible noise and dust!
As part of their efforts to track philanthropy’s response to the economic crisis in the U.S., the Foundation Center released a Philanthropy In/Sight interactive map of who’s giving and getting grants in metropolit
We’ve all heard the old maxim, “it’s easier to raise money from a donor you already have than from a donor you haven’t met yet.” The meaning of this saying is true, and clear: your best donors are your current donors.
Now for-profit colleges specializing in online degrees are making substantial inroads. Their online programs don't require federal contracts and aren't subject to the same scrutiny.