Joyner Library

Joyner Library
Phone: 252-328-4176
Joyner is East Carolina’s main campus library. It provides access to more than 40,000 e-journals and 400 databases and contains more than two million holdings, including books, microfilm, maps, and special collections. Computers, group and individual study rooms, and expert assistance are also provided.

Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Phone

252-328-4176

Upcoming Events

Your Role in Supporting Students' Mental Health

This program will discuss resources and services available through the Center for Counseling and Student Development to assist with student mental health. ...

10/5 11am
 Lightness of Being: A Sense of Place by Susan Martin Meggs

Susan Martin Meggs’ artwork in her exhibit is strongly influenced by her surroundings as “a sense of place.” As a personal, engaged experience, a sense of...

10/13 9am
Shell-Shocked Shadows by Susan Martin Meggs

On view at the library is a black and white print series “Shell-Shocked Shadows” created by artist, Susan Martin Meggs represents a personal response to the...

10/13 9am
 Lightness of Being: A Sense of Place by Susan Martin Meggs

Susan Martin Meggs’ artwork in her exhibit is strongly influenced by her surroundings as “a sense of place.” As a personal, engaged experience, a sense of...

10/14 9am
Shell-Shocked Shadows by Susan Martin Meggs

On view at the library is a black and white print series “Shell-Shocked Shadows” created by artist, Susan Martin Meggs represents a personal response to the...

10/14 9am

Recent Events

Hostile Terrain 94

8/31/2021

Hostile Terrain 94

8/30/2021

Hostile Terrain 94

8/29/2021

Recent Activity

Julie Kulas

Julie Kulas left a positive review 9/24/2020

We were provided with some good resources. Dr. Chambers led a good discussion.

Tamra Church

Tamra Church left a positive review 9/24/2020

Great workshop providing steps to manage conversations around race and racism both in and out of the classroom, learning to lean in to difficult conversations, learning to know when to walk away from conversations, how to sit with being uncomfortable, and the importance of valuing the perspectives of others.

Tamra Church

Tamra Church left a positive review 9/17/2020

Great workshop to help participants think about ways to engage others in conversation around race and racism.

Nicole Moore

Nicole Moore left a review 6/2/2020

This workshop was ok.

Marie Olson Lounsbery

Marie Olson Lounsbery left a positive review 5/19/2020

This was a great introduction to the program.

Andrea Winters

Andrea Winters left a positive review 5/18/2020

This was very helpful, easy to understand, and thorough. The presenter, Dr. Bian, was knowledgeable and nice.

Katelyn Kern

Katelyn Kern left a positive review 8/31/2019

It was a great set up, very informational and eye opening to our recent history.

Margaret Bauer

Margaret Bauer posted a photo 8/24/2018

Amber Flora Thomas's book will be available for purchase at this event. Amber Flora Thomas's book will be available for purchase at this event.