Lloyd C. Engelbrecht (born 1927) is Professor Emeritus of Art History at the University of Cincinnati. His article, “Wood, Plywood and Veneer, Cranbrook, the New Bauhaus and the W. P. A.: the Origins of the Eames Chair of 1946,” had its origins in a paper presented at a symposium, “Bauhaus, New Bauhaus, W. P. A.: Chairs for Mid-Century,” October 17, 1981, at the Mid-America Conference of the College Art Association, meeting in Milwaukee. The article was expanded and eventually completed in 1987, but it was never published. The author asked that his late wife, June-Marie F. Engelbrecht (1930-2009), be given credit for her immense amount of help with the research and writing of the article.
This presentation at the 7th Annual describes UC Libraries' efforts aimed at enhance international student library orientation, giving students keys to success living and studying in another country, and providing diversity training to UCL staff and student employees.
A presentation for UC Libraries showcasing 2 projects: English Composition 1001 students' perception of research and findings of an undergraduate research survey identifying library needs, a collaboration with UC’s Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly Endeavors and Creative Practice.