Small Business Reference Center

One of the core demographics here at the Bellevue University Library are Business students. The Bellevue Library offers many avenues to research pertinent business information.  However, most of our business information relates to large public companies with household names like Wal-Mart or General Electric.  To get the best information on small businesses check out Small […]

National Soup Month – Think Outside the Can

What better month than January to celebrate National Soup Month! With much of the country experiencing a deep freeze, a steaming bowl of soup is the natural antidote. Soup is probably as old as cooking itself, warming and nourishing our ancestors for thousands of years, no matter what part of the world they are from. […]

Library on the Go – Highlights of 2017

Library on the Go is an initiative that was begun in the summer of 2014, to see if transporting library material to Bellevue University employees who work in the Administrative Services Building and Educational Services Building would increase the Library’s circulation. One Friday each month except December, a team of three, four, or five library […]

Did You Know? Winter 2018

The Freeman/Lozier Library is always changing to keep up with the latest trends and services to offer you our best.  Our More Than Books newsletter has a “Did You Know” section that keeps you informed about the changes that have taken place in the library.  Here is the latest news from that newsletter: The Library has a study room policy? […]

National Bird Day

On January 5th of every year, nature lovers and bird watchers across the country recognize National Bird Day.  National Bird Day is one of several designated holidays celebrating birds.  The origin of National Bird Day dates back as early as 1894 when Charles Almanzo Babcok, who was the Superintendent of Schools in Oil City, Pennsylvania […]

National Trivia Day

The sounds for what were recorded by moving a microphone next to a TV set? In what month is the Earth closest to the sun? In case you haven’t guessed it, today (January 4), is National Trivia Day, which is observed across the United States. There is not much for historical information about this holiday […]

Get Inspired!

National Motivation & Inspiration Day© was passed by The United States Congress on 12/18/2001 after the tragic events of 9-11-01. H. Res 308 is the resolution that was passed declaring January 2nd National Motivation & Inspiration Day©. In having the day passed, Kevin L. McCrudden became the ONLY motivational and leadership speaker to ever have such a day passed by […]

Take the Book Riot Read Harder Challenge

In case I am not the last person in the Bellevue University community to hear about Book Riot, it is the first topic of this blog. A brief introduction is at this link: If you don’t click on unfamiliar links as a rule, here is something that may change your mind. Three of the […]

Value Line Investment Research

Business information is always useful for business and business related students. The Bellevue University Library has a very strong collection of business based databases.  If you are looking for a lesser known but no less helpful database with a strong investment element, we suggest you check out the database, Value Line Investing Research. Value Line […]

New Arrivals Winter 2017

We have received the following titles in the last quarter. Interested? Check them out! List compiled by Allison Schafer.   Inventions that Changed the World  T15.M355 2008 The Baseball Whisperer: A Small-Town Coach Who Shaped Big League Dreams  GV865.E3 T33 2016 Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians […]