Russell Martinez won the first Student Fan of the Year award at Hawkapalooza on September 3, 2009. Martinez in a Junior majoring in Informatics and works in information technology support at the Hardin Library.
Need a study break? Come and play MARIO KART on Nintendo Wii! Thursday, April 9th Noon- 2pm Information Commons East Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
Want to watch the 10th-seeded Hawkeyes take on 7th-seeded Michigan in the first round of the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament? Come to the Hardin Library! Thursday, March 12, 2009 Starting at 1:30 p.m. Information Commons East The game will be shown on the plasma screen in the Information Commons East! GO HAWKS! Continue reading “Watch the Iowa vs. Michigan Basketball Game- 3/12”
If you ever need to record anything and upload it to a computer, you now need to look no further than the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences. Recently, a stereo digital audio recorder was purchased for the library. It is kept in the Info Commons East and can be rented out for a maximumContinue reading “Need to Record Something? Hardin Has You Covered!”
This semester, the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences will begin offering “drop-in” help sessions for wireless devices such as PDAs, Smartphones, iPhones, and iTouches. The Hardin Library will help patrons set up their devices for wireless, as well as help them access library subscriptions to PDA resources. The help sessions will be every Friday fromContinue reading “Drop-In Help Now Available for Wireless Devices”
Beginning this Friday, Fun Fridays @ Hardin Presents: HOUSE Every Friday starting @ 3pm It will be played in the Information Commons East. Come relax and watch a great medical show every Friday! All are welcome!
Take a break and come play Nintendo Wii at the Hardin Library! The Wii Event will be Thursday, September 11th from 3-5pm in the Info Commons East at the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences. Players of all experience levels are welcome, from novices to Wii masters!
The University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine will host its annual four-session Mini Medical School, “Making Sense of Your Health: See More. Hear More. Do More.” in April on the UI campus. Librarians Kathy Skhal and Chris Childs will teach a session called “Your What Hurts?: Research Health Questions onContinue reading “Mini Medical School – Making Sense of Your Health – April 8, 15, 22 & 29”
The Hardin Library will close at 9pm on Wednesday due to weather conditions.