Beat the September rush! Submit your course readings now. During this peak time allow more time for processing and indicate priority to ensure students have access to course readings for the first week of classes.
The Library is here to assist you. Click on Course Readings on the Library homepage (http://library.wlu.ca) to submit reserve course lists (Ares). Login with your Network user name and password.
Beginning Thursday Aug. 6th, reconstruction and paving will be completed in the parking lot (lot 12) behind the Waterloo campus Library.
There will be no access to the lot or rear entrance of the Library during this time. This lot is currently designated for reserved permit holders only and will not affect gold permit parking.
The project is expected to be completed approximately Aug. 14th, weather permitting.
If you have any concerns, please contact Laurier's Parking office at x3032 or email@example.com.
Wilfrid Laurier University Press is pleased to announce that Lisa Quinn has been appointed to the role of associate director.
Reporting to Press Director Brian Henderson, Quinn is tasked with providing managerial oversight to the Press’s editorial and production teams, as well as handling acquisitions.
Fiction writer and playwright Drew Hayden Taylor has been chosen as Wilfrid Laurier University’s incoming Edna Staebler Laurier Writer in Residence (WIR). Taylor is the award-winning author of 27 books, including adult and young-adult (YA) fiction as well as plays and essays. Taylor will be the fourth writer to hold the WIR position, fulfilling his term at Laurier from January to April 2016.
WLU Press author Neal McLeod has won the 2014 Gabrielle Roy Prize (English section) for his edited collection Indigenous Poetics in Canada. In addition, Larissa Lai, also a WLU Press author, was one of four finalists for the prize with her book Slanting I, Imagining We: Asian Canadian Literary Production in the 1980s and 1990s.
The prize was awarded at a reception held by the Association of Canadian and Quebec Literature on May 30 in Ottawa.