COVID-19 Student Journal Project (COVID-19 Archive)The COVID-19 Student Journal Project is the result of an assignment given by Dr. Christopher M. Bishop, Visiting Instructor in the Department of History and Foreign Languages, to his HY201 and HY202 classes in Spring 2020. The students used the project to document their perspectives on the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic affected, shaped, and disrupted their daily lives.
Historical Image Collection (Archival Collections @ Houston Cole Library)The images found in the Historical Image Collection originate primarily from the Library's special collections and the University's Photographic Services unit. Digitization of Photographic Services negatives and other images is ongoing, so check back often for new additions to these historical collections.
JSU Student Symposium 2020 (Conferences & Symposia)
Established in 1995, the JSU Student Symposium provides a forum to publicly display and acknowledge the best work of JSU's students. More than 50 papers, posters, and projects were presented at the 2020 symposium, held 12-14 February 2020 at the Houston Cole Library; these works are archived here. The following awards were presented:
- Arts & Humanities
- Undergraduate: Miranda Ivey, "Andy Warhol's Influence in the American Pop Art Culture"
- Graduate: Karine Parker, "How UI/UX Principles Can Be Applied to Non-Traditional Projects in an Academic-Centered Environment" School of Human Services & Social Sciences
- Undergraduate: Kaitlyn Williams, "What's Your Type? The Comparison of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Howell Enneagram Test"
- Graduate: Brett Johnson, "Positive and Negative Aspects of the United States Social Security Program" School of Science
- Undergraduate: Caleb Hudson, "Unraveling R44P: A SLC6A1 Variant Which Includes Childhood Epilepsy"
- Graduate: Andrew Shirley, "Toxicity of Native and Invasive Apple Snail Egg Proteins on Developing Xenopus Laevis"
- Undergraduate: Olivia Sims, "A Discussion of the Guggenheims: The Links Between the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao"
- Graduate: Alex Rocco, "Battle of the Benthic: Comparing Aggression Differences Between a Native and Invasive Species"
- Undergraduate: Shelby Harris, "The Role of SLC6A1 Variant 468 C R in Myoclonic-Atonic Epilepsy and Autism"
- Graduate: Emily Hamilton, "Generalist Practice with Individuals, Families, and Groups: Competency Implementation and Evaluation"
- Brooklee Mason
[ Best Paper ]
[ Best Poster ]
[ Best Cover Design ] (for graphic design of symposium printed program)
[ Best of Showcase ]
JSU Yearbooks (University History)
See the history of Jacksonville State University through the eyes of its students with the JSU Yearbook Collection. From 1926 to the present, the JSU Yearbooks (the Teacola and later the Mimosa) chart the course of JSU's students as the institution evolved from State Normal School to State Teachers College to Jacksonville State College, and finally Jacksonville State University.
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Purple & White (University History)
The Purple and White is a monthly JSU student publication from the Edwardian period. The Library holds issues (with some gaps) from 1904-1914. The publication is varied, including newsletter information, literary works (poetry, short stories, reviews), advertisements, as well as the types of information that would later be found in yearbooks, such as student lists, faculty information, and athletics coverage.
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