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  1. Data Management Speaker Colloquium

    Roles for Libraries Come learn about how libraries have implemented data management support at their institutions. This practical colloquium builds on the previous day’s Arizona Scholarly Data Summit . University of Arizona Libraries have invited three li ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  2. Arizona Scholarly Data Summit

    Funding agencies such as the National Science Foundation have recently begun to require that all research proposals include a data management plan. This is in part the result of the recognition that often the data generated by current scholarship is not a ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  3. Reflections on the Environmental Legacy of Stewart Lee Udall with Robert G. Stanton

    Robert G. Stanton, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior and Director of the National Park Service from 1997-2001, reflects on the impact of Stewart Lee Udall's environmental work and will explore how Udall came to be ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  4. Reflections on the Life and Legacy of Stewart Lee Udall with Senator Tom Udall

    Born to Stewart and Lee Udall in Tucson, Arizona, Tom Udall became New Mexico's 17th United States Senator in 2009 after two decades of public service as U.S. Representative and New Mexico's State Attorney General. In this lecture, Senator Udall ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  5. The Golf Book: Playing and Praying in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

    Professor Milliman analyzes the Golf Book , a sixteenth-century book of hours which depicts games and pastimes. Milliman talks about the early history of some of these activities—hunting, jousting, and of course golf, to name a few—and examines why illust ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  6. The Thrice Great Hermes

    The First English Translation of Writings Attributed to an Egyptian God (1657) Professor Willard explores writings attributed to “the Egyptian Hermes” that were brought to Europe during the Italian Renaissance and were gradually translated into all the ma ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  7. The Manessische Liederhandschrift

    The Glory of Thirteenth-Century Book Illustrations in Southern Germany The year 1200 saw the apogee of medieval German courtly poetry, representing an astounding level of poetic maturity, sophistication, and rhetorical skills. But soon thereafter conditio ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  8. Josias Joesler

    Tucson Architect This exhibit celebrates the eclectic vision and historical contributions of one of Tucson’s most celebrated architects and marks the ongoing efforts of the library to provide electronic access to thousands of Joesler’s architectural drawi ...

    Anonymous - 2014-02-05 14:32

  9. 2013 Student Research Symposium

    A Visual History of the University of Arizona Does a picture tell a thousand words? If so, the historical images identified by students in the research-intensive course History 498, "A Visual History of the University of Arizona," offer countles ...

    gbaudoin - 2014-02-19 10:49

  10. Mars Madness

    Sci-Fi, Popular Culture and Ray Bradbury's Literary Journey to Outer Space Culled from Special Collections' literary archives, items on display include original works written by Bradbury, works of others who influenced him, pulp sci-fi magazines ...

    gbaudoin - 2014-02-24 11:22