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


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Growing Up in Tucson: From the Fifties Onward (panel discussion)

This panel discussion is the second event being offered in conjunction with Special Collections’ exhibit, "Tucson: Growth, Change and Memories." The exhibit, which explores various aspects of Tucson’s history and growth as an urban community, opens on August 17, 2015 and runs through January 14, 2016. This evening’s panel features an eclectic group of four Tucsonans, remembering life from the 1950s onward. More...

Mark your calendars!

Interested in what's going on at the University Libraries? View our Fall 2015 event brochure (PDF) for a 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...

Tucson: Growth, Change and Memories (exhibit)

In celebration of Tucson’s 240th Birthday, The University Libraries’ Special Collections Gallery will be the home of a new exhibit titled, "Tucson: Growth, Change and Memories." The exhibit opens on August 17, 2015 and runs through January 14, 2016. The purpose of this exhibit is to cast light on various aspects of Tucson’s history and growth as an urban community, through an examination of that which has been lost and that which has been gained as a result of the process of urbanization. Featured in the exhibit will be historic photos, maps and memorabilia of Tucson, including rare photos of buildings that existed where the Tucson Convention Center now sits as well as photos of landmarks that are now gone, such as the Santa Rita Hotel and the El Conquistador Hotel. More...

New website navigation based on your input

We've been rolling out a new navigation structure this summer and just launched the last round of changes. Our new Borrow & Request menu gives you easy access to borrowing information and technology lending. It also takes you to our Request Materials page where you can make interlibrary loan requests, get articles & book chapters emailed to you, request video streaming for a course, or suggest we add items to our collection. The new Visit & Study menu has information about our study rooms, spaces, and technology that you can use at the library, plus links to hours, locations, and parking. Did you miss our earlier changes? More...

From DNA to Beer: Harnessing Nature in Medicine and Industry (exhibit)

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"Celebrating Excellence: A.E. Douglass and Tree Ring Research" (exhibit)

This exhibit in the Science-Engineering Library will offer a broad overview of the career of A.E. Douglass and basic information about the Laboratory for Tree Ring Research. A.E. Douglass was an astronomy professor at the University of Arizona who headed the Stewart Observatory and established the science of dendrochronology, or the study of tree rings, which can be used to determine how old various archeological sites are. More...

Life and Limb: The Toll of the Civil War (exhibit)

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Annual Global Health Forum Photo Exhibit

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Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness (exhibit)

A traveling exhibition from the National Library of Medicine. Explores the interconnectedness of wellness, illness, and cultural life for Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. More...

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