Wednesday, November 26, 2014
The Food for Fines program only applies to Pumerantz Library fines only, it may not be applied to replacement or damaged items fees or charges from other WesternU entities.
All food items collected will be donated to the 2nd Chance Thrift Store, a non-profit community outreach organization, that benefits several sober living home facilities in Pomona.
For more information contact us at 909-469-5323 or by email at email@example.com.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
The Department of Health Sciences, Masters of Science in Health Professions Education students will be hosting the annual leadership symposium. This year’s theme is, Leading Change: Beyond All Limits.
The keynote speaker will be Jan Boller, PhD, RN, Assistant Dean of Community Engagement for the College of Graduate Nursing. Dr. Boller will be speaking on the changes in healthcare and its impact on interprofessional education.
Also speaking and participating in the panel discussion will be Elizabeth Hoppe, OD, MPH, DrPH, Founding Dean of the College of Optometry, Frances Chu, MLIS, MSN, Marian Safaoui, MD and Linda Jones-Edwards. The panel will discuss how to lead and manage positive change, the challenges facing leaders in coping with change, and how change affects health care and community partners.
When: Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Where: Western University of Health Sciences, Health Education Center, Lecture Hall 1
From: Reception at 6 pm
Keynote and discussion from 6:30 to 8:30 pm
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org by November 13, 2014.
Walk-ins welcome to Keynote and Panel discussion.
Monday, October 20, 2014
|Pomona Mayor Elliot Rothman & Pat Vader, Executive|
Director of the Harriet K. and Philip Pumerantz Library
On Tuesday October 14, prior to a speaking event featuring Gustavo Arellano, Pat Vader, Executive Director of the Harriet K. and Philip Pumerantz Library, was presented with a plaque and certificate of appreciation by Pomona’s Mayor, Elliot Rothman.
Ms. Vader was honored for her hard work as the Chair of Pomona Pubic Library’s Together We Read Program, and for helping to re-invigorate the public’s interest in the local public library.
Together We Read is Pomona Public Library’s local continuance of the NEA’s Big Read program but is locally funded and staffed by community volunteers. The staff of the Pumerantz Library is honored and proud of Ms. Vader and her accomplishment.
Posted by Rudy Barreras at 2:19 PM
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Hello WesternU Community,
Tomorrow (9/19/14) during IT's monthly maintenance window, the Library Proxy server will be receiving an extended update. Access to Library Electronic Resources is expected to be intermittently unavailable during 6pm to 8pm PST for this maintenance.
Thank you for your patience while our services are improved!
Thursday, September 4, 2014
The Pew Research Center recently published a Fact Sheet on mobile usage from their 2014 Internet Project Survey. As usual there are some very interesting statistics that have come to light here are just a few:
- More Hispanics (92%) own cell phones than White (90%) or African Americans (90%)
- There is only a 14% difference in cell phone ownership between people who earn less than $30,000 (84%) and those that earn $75,000+ (98%)
- 63% of cell phone adult owners used their phones to access the internet
- More than half of smartphone owners have either uninstalled or not installed an app due to privacy concerns
Posted by Rudy Barreras at 2:12 PM
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Facebook page and share your book title there.
Friday, July 25, 2014
Examine the intersection of medical theory and literature with the National Library of Medicine's traveling exhibition currently in the Harriet K. & Philip Pumerantz Library.
These four bodily humors—blood, yellow bile, black bile, and phlegm—were understood by Shakespeare, and generations before him, to define people’s physical and mental health, and to determine an individual’s personality, as well.
Visit the Pumerantz Library to see this exhibit to learn more about the language of the four humors and their influence in Shakespeare’s plays. Additional displays, created by the Pumerantz Library staff, show the evolution toward modern medical theory and practice.
The exhibit will run, in the Pumerantz Library's Lobby, from August 4 until September 12, 2014. View some photos of the exhibit on our Flickr page. For further information contact the Pumerantz Library at 909-469-5323 or visit the "And there's the humor of it" website.