Fri 1/5, 9:00-11:30 am LEAD Workshop: MS Outlook
Exchange, FLW G4 (This class is full.)
Mon 1/15 Libraries Closed - University Holiday - Martin Luther King Day
Tue 1/16 Spring Semester Begins - Regular Hours Resume
Wed 1/17, 1:30-4:00 pm, LEAD Workshop: MS Outlook Exchange, FLW G4 (Reservations required.)
Fri. 1/19, 7:00 pm Colophon Lecture: David Farmer on Willard Clark: Printer/Printmaker
Colophon Lecture by David Farmer
Friends of the SMU Libraries Colophon cordially invites you to a lecture and exhibition on Willard Clark, Santa Fe Printer & Printmaker, Friday, January 19, 2001, at 7:00 p.m. in the O’Donnell Lecture Hall at Meadows School of the Arts. David Farmer, Director of the DeGolyer Library and Head of Special Collections for Central University Libraries, will give an illustrated presentation on Clark. Following the lecture, David will lead a gallery talk through the exhibition at the Mildred Hawn Gallery in the Hamon Fine Arts Library. David will also autograph copies of his book, Willard Clark: Printer/Printmaker, at the reception.
LEAD Workshop: MS Outlook Exchange
Friday, January 5, 9:00-11:30 am, FLW G4 (Full)
Wednesday, January 17, 1:30-4:00 pm, FLW G4 (Spaces available)
Cynthia Standfield will teach a workshop on using Outlook Exchange. Outlook Exchange enables users to read and send email from SMU email accounts using WebMail, to view and share Outlook Calendars, and to coordinate meetings and appointments. This workshop will be most useful for those who are already familiar with MS Outlook and who have an active account on the new NT Exchange Server. Registration is required; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
CUL Food for Fines Drive Proves Popular
During the month of December, the libraries' Food for Fines drive collected over 1400 cans of food for the North Texas Food Bank. At $2 per can, that is over $2,800 worth of fines!
|Bruce Evans and his wife Terri
would like to announce the birth of a son!
Chandler Vance Evans
Jan 4 - Beth Farmer, CIP
Jan 10 - Mary Queyrouze, Systems Office
Jan 22 - Curt Holleman, Collection Development
Margaret Dew has departed CMIT; her last day was December 22. The good news is she is still on campus. She has taken a position in the Business School as an Information Specialist and Support Coordinator. Margaret joined CMIT in July, 1991 as a part-time scheduling clerk. She became full-time in 1995 and subsequently took over media acquisitions while continuing her scheduling duties. She has been a wonderful member of the CMIT team these nearly ten years, and has earned an excellent reputation among the faculty and staff for her diligence and professionalism. We will certainly miss her, but we wish her the best in her new position. Please join the CMIT staff in wishing her well and thanking her for her years of service.
Michelle Gonzales (FLC) was recently interviewed for an article that appeared in the Dallas Morning News religion section on December 23. The article, "Into the Light of Hanukkah," was one of three profiles of people who have found new meaning in religion this year.
Jan Buford (SEL/IIS) would like to announce the birth of another
grandson- Keeton Lamar Shapiro, born December 7 at 2:46 p.m. He was 7 lbs.
3 oz. and 20" long. The proud parents are Rob and Robyn Shapiro.
Hamon Exhibition: Willard Clark: Santa Fe Printer/Printmaker
January 16-March 2, 2001, Hawn Gallery, Hamon Arts Library
Willard Clark, master printer, created hundreds of prints and paintings in the 82 years of his life (1910-1992). A resident of Santa Fe since 1928, Clark addressed virtually all aspects of life in northern New Mexico. David Farmer, Director of DeGolyer Library, curated the exhibition (which opened at the Grace Museum in Abilene in September) and authored the accompanying catalogue, Willard Clark: Printer & Printmaker.
Books of the Millennium (Ongoing)
Fondren Library Center, December through February
A summary display of all the Millennium book selections that were selected over the past year will be on display December through February.
|Snow Crystals. http://www.its.caltech.edu/~atomic/snowcrystals/
If you were pleasantly surprised by the appearance of SNOWFLAKES on New Year's Eve, you might enjoy this informative website about snow crystals. It is full of beautiful images and snowflake science.
Image by Kenneth Libbrecht, Caltech
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Last updated: 01-02-2001
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