Lead November event - Welcome to CIP Fall Festival Tour, Tuesday Nov. 14th 10:00 a.m.
LEAD's October event Suicide Prevention:CUL staff had an informative QPR ( Question - Persuade - Refer) Suicide Prevention Training session by Dr. Karen Settle and Dr. Cathey Soutter of the Counseling and Testing Center. Here are some important phone numbers for your reference:
Please join the Friends of the SMU Libraries
for our Annual Holiday Luncheon
Tuesday, December 5
Royal Oaks Country Club, 12 noon
Guest Speaker, Dr. Alessandra Comini
University Distinguished Professor of Art History
Will discuss, with slides, her recent autobiography
In Passionate Pursuit Cost: $25
Reservations required by November 28
Please call 8-3225 to register. Please join
the Friends of the SMU Libraries for the
final two discussions in the
Let’s Talk About It! series
Nov. 15 –
American Pastoral by Phillip Roth
Wednesday, Dec. 6 –
Bee Season by Myla Goldberg
begin at 7:00 pm in the Texana Room.
Please call Carol Baker at 8-2942 to register.
In Passionate Pursuit
Cost: $25 per person. Reservations required by November 28 Please call 8-3225 to register.
Please join the Friends of the SMU Libraries for the final two discussions in the Let’s Talk About It! series
Wednesday, Nov. 15 – American Pastoral by Phillip Roth Wednesday, Dec. 6 – Bee Season by Myla Goldberg
Discussions begin at 7:00 pm in the Texana Room. Please call Carol Baker at 8-2942 to register.
CUL Holiday party - Save the date!
We celebrated Halloween:
... and a princess...
was visiting us.
New part-time Reference Librarian
Pam Wren has joined the CUL staff as a part-time temporary Reference Librarian. Pam has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Houston, and an MLS from Texas Women’s University. She will be working mornings on the FLC Reference Desk. Please drop by and welcome Pam to SMU and CUL!
CUL hosted aWedding Shower for Christine Asberry & John Milazzo in Texana room on the 8th of November. Lets all wish Christina and John, Love and Happiness for their future together!
Heather Barrett - November 1st
Robert Eason - November 3rd
Joel Eatmon - November 5th
Jason Walker - November 5th
Nancy Rubenstein - November 10th
Geailya Armour - November 12th
Clare Lattimore - November 14th
Bill Jenkins - November 15th
Eva Cernosek - November 26th
Stacey Beach - November 29th
Joan Gosnell - November 30th
EXHIBITS & PROGRAMS
HAMON ARTS LIBRARY - HAWN GALLERY: Evans Pond - A Long term study of a single place by Deborah Garwood, October 2nd - November 19th
Deborah Garwood is an interdisciplinary artist based in New York. Her work explores the interdependence of nature and culture. Garwood has exhibited sculpture, installation, photography, video, drawing, intaglio prints, and artist’s books in New York and internationally since 1980. In 1997, Garwood initiated a project entitled “Evans Pond: A Long-Term Study of a Single Place.” Bringing a variety of cameras and films to the same site in New Jersey, she has been documenting and interpreting the forest, pond, and an adjacent abandoned orchard for almost 10 years. The archive is a personal reflection on the duration of this forest at the edge of suburbia, and it is also a study of changing photographic tastes and technologies - from early 20th-century box cameras to digital imagery.
Overland Narratives: The Plains & the
Rockies Revisited -
The Elizabeth Perkins Prothro Bible
Collection, 1996 - 2006 -
Bonner Allen, CUL's Director of Development
Bonner graduated from Davidson College, Davidson and has BA in history with Spanish minor. Her professional background is in fundraising, both political and non-profit.
Hobbies and interests:
Yoga, live music and live theater, Antiques, spending time with friends and family and political discussions!
Interesting facts about you:
I love to tap dance!
Book or website you would like to recommend:
Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell.
www.smu.edu/giving, of course!
Fall Semester 2006 - August 17 - November 30 (last day of classes)
Mark the special hours for Thanksgiving!
Fall Semester 2006
24/7 Study Hall begins Thursday, 9/14 and Friday 9/15 ;SMU ID only after 10:00 pm
Closed for Thanksgiving ; Friday after and the following weekend 9:00-5:00
Fall Semester 2006
Day before Thanksgiving 8:00-5:00 ; closed for Thanksgiving and the following day
Fall Semester 2006
For other library hours see web page at http://calendar.smu.edu/libraryhours.asp
13820 Wooded Creek Ct. Dallas, Texas 75244 Mapsco #13R 972.243.2679
Please join us for a show and sale of ceramics, jewelry, collage, and works on paper at the address above.
Friday, December 1, 2006 6-9pm Saturday, December 2, 2006 10am-5pm
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