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  1. A Promise to the State

    Celebrating the University of Arizona’s Land-Grant Mission Outpost Camp © Arizona Board of Regents for The University of Arizona Courtesy of University of Arizona Libraries Special Collections Exhibit information forthcoming Date:  Monday, January 21 to F ...

    gbaudoin - 2013-01-10 17:35

  2. Life, Family and the Arizona Mining Community

    A Gendered Perspective Professor Ochoa O'Leary lived in Clifton, AZ during the copper mine strike of 1983. Ochoa O’Leary was also the president of the Morenci Miners Women's Auxiliary in Clifton from 1985 to 1986. According to Ochoa O’Leary, the ...

    gbaudoin - 2013-03-04 13:45

  3. Medicine and Medical Facilities in Early Tucson

    A new exhibit reviews 100 years of health care history in Tucson. “A Look at Medicine and Medical Facilities in Early Tucson” showcases Tucson’s system, and business, of health care from the mid-19th to the mid-20th century. The exhibit is on display from ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  4. Marie Tharp

    How Her Maps of the Ocean Floor Revolutionized the Earth Sciences This exhibit highlights the work of Marie Tharp (1920-1986), geologist and oceanographic cartographer. She created the first comprehensive map of the ocean floor and is credited with discov ...

    gbaudoin - 2014-04-01 08:56

  5. East Meets West

    A Look at Chinese Culture and Folk Art Curated by the Confucius Institute of Arizona, "East Meets West" explores Chinese culture through traditional and modern expressions, including: Chinese Culture Experience Electronic Media Placements Tradit ...

    gbaudoin - 2014-09-30 12:54

  6. 100 Years of Cooperative Extension

    Since 1914, UA Cooperative Extension has touched the lives of Arizonans, bringing practical, science-based solutions from the University of Arizona to bear on the broad scope of Arizona's agricultural, environmental, health and and economic challenge ...

    jrdiaz - 2014-11-24 16:29

  7. A.E. Douglass and the Tree Ring Lab

    A.E. Douglass was a major figure in the study of dendochronology. The UA Tree Ring Research Lab and Douglass's role in its development are the focus of this exhibit. Date: Monday, April 6 to Thursday, October 15 Location: Science-Engineering Library ...

    jrdiaz - 2015-04-15 15:53