An essay by English faculty Jay Ponteri, In Defense of Navel Gazing, was selected as a Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2015.
There are 20 locking study carrels, available for use by graduate students and faculty. When study carrels are available, a notice will be posted on the bulletin board in the Shoen Library entry. Please inquire at the circulation desk.
Two conference rooms are available for Marylhurst students, faculty and staff on a drop-in or reservation basis, for a period up to four hours. We recommend advance reservations. Back-to-back reservations are not accepted, but if no one is waiting, the room key may be checked out a second time. Room keys are checked out at the circulation desk.
There are no computers in the conference rooms, but Marylhurst students, faculty and staff may check out a laptop. Each conference room has a large display monitor easily connected to a laptop.
The Mildred Whipple Room is a larger room, designed for presentation practice and media viewing on a large monitor. It is available upon request.