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Finals Survival Week @ the University Libraries

We know you've got a lot going on around finals time. Take a break, fuel up and de-stress at one of the many events being held by the University Libraries! Free Coffee!
Brought to you by the Arizona Student Unions & the University Libraries From 5/7/15 – 5/14/15 at the Main Library Starbucks only, 6 pm - 5 am, CatCard holders can enjoy a small drip coffee. More...

Trial Database: SAGE Research Methods Datasets

SAGE Research Methods Datasets, acollection of datasets that support the teaching of quantitative and qualitative analytical methods in the social sciences.These are datasets from larger national and international data sources that have been reduced in size and complexity for teaching and self-study purposes.
Access this trial database through June 5, 2015. More...

"Celebrating Excellence: 100 Years of UA Anthropology" (exhibit)

A new exhibition in Special Collections celebrates the 100th anniversary of the founding of the University of Arizona School of Anthropology. “Celebrating Excellence: 100 Years of UA Anthropology” features a variety of historical material including photos, original documents, pamphlets, articles and books related to the school and its impact on our campus and community. More...

Alumnus and Ex-Governor Raúl Castro Has Died

By University Relations - Communications
Graduate of UA law school overcame obstacles to reach the highest levels of government in Arizona and as a U.S. ambassador to three countries. University of Arizona alumnus Raúl Héctor Castro, who overcame hardship and discrimination to become Arizona's only Mexican-American governor and a U.S. More...

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

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...

"Celebrating Excellence: Women in Anthropology" (exhibit)

A new exhibit at the Main Library celebrates two great occasions – the centennial anniversary of the UA School of Anthropology and Women’s History Month – by exploring the seminal work, impact, and achievements of women in the field of anthropology. Through biographical profiles, photographs, studies, and monographs covering gender, race, and feminism in anthropology, “Celebrating Excellence: Women in Anthropology” highlights the contributions of seven influential American female anthropologists. More...

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