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Beauty of the Brain

11 February 2011

The library has created a new display that ties into the 2011 Community Lecture Series: The Beauty of the Brain. The display features books, illustrations, and models relating to neuroscience, the mind, and the anatomy of the brain. We also have a new LibGuide for the lecture series which will feature readings and resources recommended […]

Reflections West

21 September 2010

Experience the perspectives of the “culture, history and literature, of the West” by local authors. Reflections West archives their weekly episodes that stream live on Montana Public Radio. Greg Pape, Kim Anderson and Robert Stubblefield air in September. Upcoming episodes include reflections from Sandra Alcosser, Alan Weltzien, Nancy Cook, Lowell Jaeger, Judy Blunt, Russell Rowland […]

National Conference on Undergrad Research coming in April

19 November 2009

The University of Montana is hosting the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) next April 15-17. Please encourage students from every discipline who have been working on a research project, individual scholarly activity or creative artistic venture to submit an abstract to present or exhibit at this national conference. This is a rare opportunity to […]

Library Hosts 2009 Day of Dialogue Diversity Display

28 October 2009

Diversity goes beyond the obvious – beyond race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or culture. What makes us diverse is not just how we look or how we act, but how we think, how we view the world, and how we approach issues and problems. Often, it can seem as if an issue has only two sides: […]

Congratulations to the FYRE essay winners!

27 November 2007

Each year the Provost’s office sponsors an essay contest in connection with the First Year Reading Experience, for which the library hosts the webpage. The essay winners have been announced for this year’s book, Three Cups of Tea. Congratulations to Allison Maier, Aaron Jungnitsch and Jordan Rooklyn. You can read excerpts from their essays on […]

Constitution Day Resources

13 September 2006

Constitution Day is September 17th. The holiday commemorates the signing of the United States Constitution on September 17, 1787. The National Archives offers resources for Constitution Day, including a digitized copy of the Constitution and lesson plans for teachers. The Department of Education provides background information on the holiday and teaching resources via the Federal […]

Presidential Lecture, Sept. 11–Stephen M. Walt

8 September 2006

This coming Monday, the 11th, Stephen M. Walt of Harvard University will present the first Presidential lecture of the academic year. Entitled “What Went Wrong with U.S. Foreign Policy,” the lecture will be held in the University Theatre at 8 pm. Professor Walt is facing controversy over a recent essay he and John J. Mearsheimer […]