Book Sale Proceeds
The LSA spring book sale netted the highest total in a couple of years, netting $516.19. The funds are used to support LSA's staff welfare programs, as well as charitable giving.
GGP Anniversary Party
The Digital Library of Georgia was the scene of a party May 2 in observance on the 10th anniversary of the Georgia Government Publications database, one of the first initiatives of the GALILEO project. Susan Tuggle and Matt Hannum get ready to eat cake while perusing interesting "gov docs"!
Main Library: The Libraries Staff Association drive to collect dollars and supplies for local animal welfare organizations is highlighted. Can you match the pets to their human companion/library employee?
Russell Library: "Power to the People," a look at the Rural Electrification Act and its effects on Georgia and its people. Remember, group tours can be arranged AND the Russell has special Saturday hours, 1 p.m. to 4:45 p.m., except on home football days. Spread the word!
Also in Russell:
"Don't Be Fuelish: A Discussion on the 1973 United States Oil Embargo” Continuing conflicts in the Middle East and recent damage to oil rigs and oil refineries in the Gulf region sustained during hurricanes Katrina and Rita have caused fuel prices in the U.S. to rise steeply in the last year and have also caused sporadic shortages. These events have triggered a renewed concern among many Americans about current and future access to energy resources. The disruption has also reminded Americans of the energy crisis in the 1970s and early 1980s. Although the impact of today's energy problems appears similar to the impact associated with the earlier crisis, many of the root causes of the current American energy shortage are different from those that caused the energy crisis of the 1970s and 1980s. This exhibit provides a closer look at the policies and politics of the energy crisis of the 1970s and 1980s.
The current display features posters depicting the research
of CURO (Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities)
scholars, in the Sciences.
A total of eight posters will rotated through the display
over the next two monthes, with accompanying library
resources as applicable.
Wild-Life, an exhibition by UGA Assistant Professor of Art Tad Gloeckler, through May 30. According to Gloeckler, this show is an expression of his deep respect for nature, and a dedicated struggle to communicate relationships between natural systems and contemporary life. His goal is to encourage viewers to re-examine their surroundings, develop interest in other earth life forms and processes and reflect upon their own personal values.
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