In recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Heritage Month, a selection of titles by and about Indigenous peoples are on display in the Watzek Library Atrium. All titles are available to check out.
Are you writing a research paper this term? You may be eligible to apply for the James J. Kopp Library Research Award! Students in classes with a Bibliographic Research in Writing designation are invited to apply for the award between April 28 and May 8.
During April there is nationwide recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Demonstrate your commitment to supporting survivors and creating a safer campus by contributing to the Paper Chain Project in the Watzek Library atrium. This initiative collects anonymous responses to prompts related to support for survivors and community safety. These will be linked together to create a paper chain at the end of the month in a visual display for reflection, community building, and contemplation.
Fans of former Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford can get a never-before-seen look at early drafts of his poetry—and the folk art and Americana that informed them—at an exhibition devoted to the Kim Stafford Archive. The exhibition, located in Watzek Library, will be on view through the fall semester.
On campus book discussions will be held in early March, including:
Thursday, March 3 at 12:00 in Akin Lounge (LC ID needed to access Residence Hall)
Thursday, March 3 at 3:30 in Watzek Classroom 245 (RSVP for headcount)
Are you writing a research paper this term? If so, you may be eligible to apply for the James J. Kopp Library Research Award! Students doing research in classes with a Bibliographic Research in Writing (BRW) designation are invited to apply for the award between December 8 and December 19.