The Architecture and Allied Arts Library will help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts (A&AA) with an open house on Friday, October 17, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Located in Lawrence Hall, the A&AA Library has been part of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts since its inception.
So-called “Zeus of Otricoli.” Marble, Roman copy after a Greek original from the 4th century.
The UO Libraries' UO Insight Seminar series continues this fall with an offering that explores the mythology of several different cultures. UO Insight Seminars are noncredit and ungraded, and are intended for those who wish to continue college-level reading and study in a more casual learning environment.
For the rest of fall term, Knight Library will open Sundays at 9 a.m., and remain open around the clock until 7 p.m. on Fridays. Around-the-clock hours will end Friday, December 12, the end of fall term. Around-the-clock hours will go into effect again starting with the third week of classes in both winter and spring terms.
If you have questions about using the library’s new LibrarySearch discovery system or are interested in how you can use it to find, filter, and deliver results for books, articles, and other media, this hour-long training workshop is for you.
The sessions will be held in Knight Library Room 144 (Edminston classroom).
Two exhibits on Senator Wayne Morse, an Oregonian who was a proud and controversial figure in state and national politics for more than four decades, reveal much about his public and private life as one of the country’s most influential politicians.
The library's UO Insight Seminar series will host a lecture entitled “A Taste of Shakespeare’s Early Plays” on Monday, September 29, starting at 7 p.m. in Knight Library’s Browsing Room. The talk is free and open to the public.
Scientists are always looking for the newest and best way to fly higher, faster and farther. Last week, the University of Oregon helped a group of local students put their science knowledge to the test and released their inner rocketeer.
As part of the Science Factory’s inaugural “Fundamentals of Rocketry” summer camp, the UO Center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Careers through Outreach, Research, & Education program, also known as STEM CORE, worked with the UO Science Library to help 9- to 11-year-old students create rocket nose cones.