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Find out about current and upcoming events and exhibitions at The University of Arizona Library.


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Thanksgiving Hours

The University Libraries – Main, Science & Engineering, Fine Arts and Special Collections – are closed the following hours for the Thanksgiving Day holiday: Wednesday, November 26: close at 6:00 pm
Thursday, November 27: closed
Friday, November 28: closed Regular hours resume on Saturday, November 29. For more information, please visit More...

Mark Your Calendars!

Interested in what's going on at the University Libraries? View our Fall 2014 event brochure (PDF) for a complete list of exhibits and public programs at Special Collections, Main & Science-Engineering libraries and the Arizona Health Sciences Library. Local author events and new publications from the University of Arizona Press are also highlighted. Subscribe to our montly eNewsletter to stay up-to-date on events, exhibits and public programs! More...

Trial Database: The Marketing and Management Collection

The Marketing and Management Collection that includes over 800 specially prepared audio-visual lectures, organised into 70 comprehensive series and delivered by principals, managers and advisors from the business world and from leading academics. It makes available a wide range of detailed, practical knowledge on subjects as diverse as Change Management, Strategy as Practice, Organizational Behaviour, Business Ethics, Information Technology, Bargaining and Negotiations, Business Continuity and Risk Management, Data Mining, Branding and Product Specialisation in Hotels, Bayesian Analysis, Sport Marketing, Pharmaceutical Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. Access this trial database through December 31, 2014. More...

“American Indian Students at the University of Arizona” (exhibit)

Exhibit extended to February 19, 2015 For the more than 1,100 American Indian students enrolled at the University of Arizona, the campus is a place where tradition meets new knowledge. This exhibit, presented as a timeline, offers an examination of changing attitudes and representations of American Indian students at the University of Arizona. You’re invited to help us celebrate the opening of this exhibit - Opening reception and blessing
With special guests Carla Stoffle, Senior Associate Dean, SBS & Ofelia Zepeda, Regents’ Professor Friday, September 12
1:30 p.m. More...

Trial Database: GeoScienceWorld eBook Collections

GeoScienceWorld eBook Collections of more than 1,000 unlimited use eBooks covering all areas of earth sciences from leading society publishers. The eBooks are fully integrated with GeoScienceWorld e-journal content and the GeoRef database. Access this trial database through December 14, 2014. More...

“Celebrating 100 Years of University of Arizona Cooperative Extension” (exhibit)

Since 1914, UA Cooperative Extension has touched the lives of Arizonans, bringing practical, science-based solutions from the University of Arizona to bear on the broad scope of Arizona’s agricultural, environmental, health and economic challenges. Through colorful and intriguing publications, photos, video and artifacts, this exhibit in the lobby of the Science-Engineering Library will guide you through the history of Cooperative Extension in Arizona and the many ways it has been improving the lives of individuals, families and communities for the last century. More...

"The Documented Border" (exhibit)

<p><em>Illustration by Lawrence Gipe</em></p>“The Documented Border” exhibit and digital archive shares original border-related research material collected and curated by University of Arizona faculty along the US-Mexico border. This innovative open access archive documents personal stories of journalists who have been silenced and government processes that cannot be videotaped or photographed. Contributing faculty include Celeste González de Bustamante and Jeannine Relly from The Center for Border and Global Journalism and the School of Journalism, Lawrence Gipe from the School of Art, Verónica Reyes-Escudero, borderlands curator from Special Collections, and Erika Castaño, digital archivist with the University Libraries. More...

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