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Made Into Movies: Featured Books for August

You saw the movie and loved it—read the book it was adapted from; get all the details of the story that didn’t make it into the movie; and love it all over again! During the month of August, look for

Posted in Exhibits & Displays

Ancient Egypt: July’s Featured Books

Explore Ancient Egypt with July’s display of Featured Books in the Pfau Library.  The display highlights selections from our ever-growing collection of books on Ancient Egypt.  Pharaohs, tombs, mummies, hieroglyphs–what will you discover? You will find the Featured Books shelf

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Intersession & Summer Session Hours

INTERSESSION HOURS June 15 & 16, closed. June 17 & 18, 7 am – 5 pm.   SUMMER SESSION HOURS Begin June 19. M – TH, 7 am – 10 pm. F, SAT, SUN, closed.

Posted in Hours & Closures

The Eagle Has Eyes: The FBI Surveillance of César Estrada Chávez of the United Farm Workers 5/9

You are invited to join us for a presentation by Dr. Jose Angel Gutierrez, considered one of the Four Horsemen of the Chicano Movement, who will discuss and sign his latest book, The Eagle Has Eyes, which is the first of its

Posted in Community Events, Events, Lectures & Presentations

Multicultural Book and Family Festival 4/28

The John M. Pfau Library, in partnership with the Black Faculty, Staff, and Student Association and the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, cordially invites you to join us for the Multicultural Book and Family Festival on Sunday, April 28,

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Big Data and Big Promises 4/16

You’re cordially invited to join us on Tuesday, April 16, noon to 1:00 p.m., for a talk titled “Big Data and Big Promises,” followed by a question-and-answer session. In this talk, Dr. Sastry G. Pantula, Dean of the College of

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Chess Club Meeting 4/17

You are invited to join the Dean of the John M. Pfau Library, Cesar Caballero, for a Chess Club event on April 17, from 3-5 p.m., in PL-5005. Make your best opening moves and enjoy friendly peer-to-peer competition. Come learn

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Yotie Talk: “It is High Time to Bring Social Equity to the U.S.-Mexican Border” 4/18

You’re invited to join us for a Yotie Talk, “It is High Time to Bring Social Equity to the U.S.-Mexican Border,” sponsored by the University Diversity Committee and the John M. Pfau Library. Date:             Thursday, April 18, 2019 Time:

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FILM SCREENING: The House I Live In, April 4th

Library Media Services is pleased to host a screening of the film: The House I Live In Followed by a discussion facilitated by professors Annika Anderson (Sociology), Kelly Campbell (Psychology), and Marc Robinson (History). Thursday, April 4, 2019 2 –

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Building a Culture of Teamwork in Higher Education 4/11

Building a Culture of Teamwork in Higher Education: Lessons from Simulated Space Exploration Have a job with bosses and colleagues you need to succeed with? What if you had to work together in a cubicle for 3 years without escape? 

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