Monthly Archives: January 2009

Darwin Week: Lectures

Pfau Library, the Department of Anthropology, the Department of Biology, and the Biology Club present Darwin Week, celebrating the bicentennial of Darwin’s birth and the sesquicentennial of “The Origin of Species.” Lectures are held in PL-4005, Noon-1:00 PM. Tuesday, February

Posted in Lectures & Presentations

Lecture: Dual Immersion Program

The Pfau Library Lecture Series presents: The Dual Immersion Program Fostering Empowerment: Bilingualism, Biliteracy, Multicultural Competence, and Academic Competence. Speaker: Beatrice Gray Ms. Gray has been an educator for 18 years, and is currently an elementary school principal. She holds

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Black History Month exhibit

Black History Exhibit @ the Pfau Library February is Black History Month, celebrating the contributions to history, science, culture, and many other areas made by people of African descent. For this occasion, an exhibit celebrating Black History Month is on

Posted in Exhibits & Displays

Who created the petroglyphs?

Learn about the distant past of our area. Daniel McCarthy, Forest Service Tribal Relations Program Manager, will speak on how the people lived and the artifacts they left behind. Where: Pfau Library Special Collections (PL-4005) When: Feb. 10, 2009 (2:00-3:30p.m.)

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Library Videos for Check-Out

Did You Know About the Library’s Videos? Pfau Library has more than 3,000 DVD and VHS videos available for check-out. Use our Library OneSearch Video Search to look for a specific title. Our top 25 most circulated DVD’s are: 1.

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