Exhibits at the University of Oregon Libraries
The exhibits program of the University of Oregon Libraries is a valuable means of promoting the educational mission of the libraries and its relationship with the academic community.
The goals of the exhibit program are
- to highlight the strengths and diversity of the library's collections
- to promote library programs and campus events
- to acknowledge gifts and to encourage giving
- to celebrate library and university milestones and accomplishments
OIMB: Research and Learning at the Ocean's Edge
An exhibit in Knight Library
- Students get their hands dirty and their feet wet. The faculty guides hands-on exploration of scientific frontiers from molecules to organisms to entire ecosystems. Classes meet all day long, interspersing lectures with laboratory projects, field work, and boat trips.
- Most of the resident faculty members conduct research on the early life-history stages (eggs, embryos, larvae, and juveniles) of marine animals.
- Graduate students affiliated with OIMB laboratories work locally, up and down the Pacific Coast, and in deep-water habitats throughout the world.
Presented in conjunction with the grand opening of the Charleston Marine Life Center - a new public museum on the OIMB campus - this exhibition in Knight Library highlights the history and culture of OIMB, as well as the learning, exploration, and knowledge creation that happen "at the ocean's edge."
*This exhibit will remain up through Fall 2016.
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