WHEN: December 7 and 8
TIME: 1pm - 3pm
WHERE: Instant Theater
Main Floor/2nd and
SLAC, 4th Floor
Ranger and other furry friends from Divine Canines return to Alkek during finals week. Take a study break and love a therapy dog. Come and get your woof on.
Research Methods in Biological Anthropology Graduate Class, taught by Dr. Beth Erhart, Anthropology Department Chair and her Graduate Student TAs for Intro to Biological Anthropology.
From left to right: Audrey Schaefer, Justin Demere, skeleton, Krystle Lewis, Dr. Erhart, and Jessica Galea
Kathy assists over 85 library staff and 85 student employees with HR questions and processes including hires, separations, & wage allocation. In addition to HR work, Kathy assists the Facilities Assistants with building needs and facilities student worker management. She was also recognized for the Employee Excellence Award (her second) earlier this year.
The Wittliff celebrates its major new acquisition -- the archive of internationally acclaimed author Sandra Cisneros -- with a lobby display highlighting some of the treasures in the Cisneros papers.
Sandra Cisneros © Alan Goldfarb
Guidance to students, faculty and staff regarding Geographic Information Systems and other geospatial needs (eg. finding spatial data sets, analysis, map making etc.). Request an individual consultation or attend a workshop with the GIS Services Specialist, Nathaniel Dede-Bamfo.
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Monday, November 23rd through Wednesday, November 25th, the crew working on Alkek’s infrastructure renovation will begin framing walls for electrical and data rooms on each floor of the library. This will be loud, especially if you are nearby. If you find that noise this noise disturbs you, we encourage you to relocate to a different floor. Additionally, earplugs are available at the Research & Information Desk on the 2nd floor.