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Calendar of events and exhibitions


Come to Finals Survival Week

Let us help you de-stress while you prepare for finals. This year's therapy dogs are provided by Pet Partners and the Humane Society of Southern Arizona Pet VIP program. December 8-15, 6 p.m.-5 a.m.
Main Library Starbucks
FREE drip coffee when you show your CatCard. Provided by the Student Union. Wednesday, December 7, 6-8 p.m.
Finals Survival Week kick-off event
UA Mall
Therapy dogs and winter-themed fun Thursday, December 8, 6-9p.m.
Main Library
Game night (doughnuts, dogs, games, coloring), plus Academic Success tutors from THINK TANK Friday, December 9, 11 a.m. More...

Free, online course teaches research strategies for graduate students

Do you want to improve your abilities to search, locate, and manage information? How about learning more about the legal and ethical issues of information access and use? Then register for the new D2L course - Graduate Information Research Strategies! (Find it in the Self Registration section, linked in the red bar at the top right of your D2L home page.) This free, online course was designed by University of Arizona librarians, and is open to graduate students and researchers in all departments and disciplines. More...

Visit the Pima County Public Library Bookmobile

Stop by the Pima County Public Library Bookmobile on the Mall.The Bookmobile has been visiting campus since February 2010, and will continue to visit us on the first Tuesday of select months. The PCPL Bookmobile is a full-service, air-conditioned library in a bus. You can: Apply for a library card Checkout one of more than 6,000 books, magazines, DVDs, and books-on CD Return items checked out from any public library branch Request items from other public library branches for pick-up on the Bookmobile Get on a laptop to search the library catalog or send a quick email This academic year, the Bookmobile will be here on: September 6 October 4 November 1 February 7 March 7 April 4 May 2 More...

Call for Friday Tech Talks presenters at iSpace

Every Friday from 12-1pm we gather in the iSpace at the Science-Engineering Library to learn about new tech. Do you have something to share? Friday Tech Talks create an opportunity for faculty and students to come together and discuss their experiences with different technology and digital tools. The focus of the series is to create conversation and communities of practice around different topics, helping us connect across disciplines for mutual support. Past presentations have included things like Augmented Reality, Data Visualization, Mapping, Text Mining and R Programming. If you are available to present one Friday during the spring semester, please let us know! More...

Science-Engineering Library will close January 13-15

The Science-Engineering Library will be closed January 13-15, 2017 for aspecial event. Friday, 1/13: Closes early at 5 p.m. Saturday, 1/14: Closed Sunday, 1/15: Opens at 12 p.m. Request materials online withExpress Retrieval. Main, Fine Arts and Health Sciences Libraries will be open regularhoursduring this time. More...

Experience "The Life and Legacy of the USS Arizona"

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<p>USS Arizona at Sea with Unidentified Ships in Background, circa 1927, USS Arizona Collection</p>
</div>The USS Arizona, named in honor of our state’s acceptance into the Union, was a major casualty in the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. This exhibit commemorates the 75th anniversary of that tragic event and honors the 1177 crewmen and officers who gave their lives in the line of duty. More...

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