The Laupus Library History Collections presents a new exhibit, “Nature’s Remedies: Traditions of Botanical Medicine,” currently on display in the Evelyn Fike Laupus Gallery on the 4th Floor of Laupus Library.
East Carolina University’s 2017-2018 Interdisciplinary Research Awards (IRA) recipients include a collaboration between Joyner and Laupus libraries and the College of Allied Health Sciences. The project, “Transitioning to Open Science in Research Labs: a partnership between librarians and research faculty,” will explore open science tools for faculty and students to use in the lab, with the ultimate goal of developing an institutional infrastructure to facilitate open science now and in the future at ECU.
On behalf of Spring Semester Reading Day, Laupus Library invites you to take a break and enjoy the beautiful weather by using our new outdoor furniture located on the 4th-floor terrace balcony. Although libraries were once known for strict policies prohibiting food and drink, Laupus Health Sciences Library at ECU transforms our space to embrace the needs of our users with the support of the Friends of Laupus Library.
Our MHIG presentations cover a wide variety of topics related to medical history.
We are proud to recognize our many published health sciences authors. Registration for the 2017 awards is now open.
On display in the 4th Floor gallery, the exhibit explores the history of using herbs and other plants as remedies and preventatives.
History of Medicine materials dating from the sixteenth century into the twenty-first century are a part of this growing digital collection.
Laupus Library presents The Country Doctor Museum, the oldest museum in the United States dedicated to the history of America's rural health care located in Bailey, NC.