On January 19, the American Alliance of Museums’ Education Committee Professional Network hosted a one-hour web conversation–“Museums Respond to the Presidential Election”–which featured Will Walker (Cooperstown Graduate Program) and Nina Simon, director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History. Walker and Simon addressed the questions: How are US museums, museum educators and other colleagues dealing with the election results? And, what does it mean for museums and our evolving role in society?
Alanna Rudzik (Anthropology) has co-authored a chapter entitled “Baby-Lag: Methods for Assessing Parental Tiredness and Fatigue” with Helen Ball of Durham University (UK). The chapter appears in the volume Biological Measures of Human Experience across the Lifespan: Making Visible the Invisible, edited by Lynnette Sievert and Dan Brown (Springer Press). http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319441016.
Over the semester break, OAS coordinated the upgrading of all the Coca-Cola vending machines. Coca Cola machines now accept credit cards in addition to cash, Dragon Dollars, and Retail Dining Dollars. These machines can also accept Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay if you wish to use your smart phone.
If you find you are not able to use any of the above listed methods of payment on a Coca Cola machine, please contact OAS at x-3352.
We hope to upgrade the snack/candy vending machines in the near future – We will keep you posted
Thank you for your patience during the upgrading process.