Please pardon the noise, dust, and inconvenience.
Need a book on shelves A – F? Find it in the library catalog, and click on the “Request” link. You will be notified when you can pick up your book at the Circulation Desk on the main (2nd) floor.
Assistance with Government Documents and the documents collection can be requested at the Research and Information Desk on 2nd (main) floor.
Earplugs remain available at the Circulation Desk.
The Rosen Library’s new exhibit showcases celebrity chefs and their signature recipes. Peruse a collection of memoirs and recipe books from Nobu to Ina Garten. Included in the exhibit is a binder detailing each featured chef’s signature dish or favorite cocktail.
Check out some of the items on display:
- The Chopped Cookbook: Use What You’ve Got to Cook Something Great (Food Network)
- Cooking for Jeffrey (Ina Garten)
- Everydaycook (Alton Brown)
- Julia’s Kitchen Wisdom : Essential Techniques and Recipes From a Lifetime of Cooking (Julia Child with David Nussbaum)
- Nobu Now (Nobuyuki Matsuhisa)
ORLANDO, May 2018 – The University of Central Florida Libraries proudly announces the 2018 recipient of the June S Stillman Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sara Nazarian.
Sara Nazarian is a junior with a double major (History & Music), a GPA of 3.6, and plans to attend graduate school for a master’s in Museum Studies. She began working as a library student assistant in Circulation Services in the John C. Hitt Library in May 2017.
The focus of her studies leads her to pursue internships, both domestic and international. Her plans include spending a summer in Cuba to work on her undergraduate thesis on sex trafficking in Cuba.
New books to the left of you. New books to the right of you. New books on the shelves. New books all around.
New books enter the UCF Libraries system on a regular basis. At the John C. Hitt Library, we select those with interesting titles, eye-catching dust jackets, or timely topics to feature on a display. The books range in subject from photography, science, and history to poetry, novels, and biographies. The display, which is next to the seating area at the Research & Information Desk, changes on an almost weekly basis.
Stop by. Maybe there will be one you want to take home with you.
Here is a small selection of the 50 books that are currently on the display:
To keep up with all the new additions to the New Book Display, follow our guide.