This month's exhibit is called Georgia's Traveling Songsters, and includes information on their habitat and conservation issues. It also includes local ornithology resources such as books and links to the Odum School of Ecology website among others. The Georgia Museum of Natural History provided the specimens and the Oconee River Audubon Society donated some literature.
Other Links of Interest
The Science Library has a large, glass enclosed display case on the second floor consisting of 3 sections 32" wide, 52" tall and 15" deep. It has numerous glass shelves that can be added or removed to accommodate display materials. A smaller display area is also available at the entrance. Materials for display may be given to the Display Coordinator for arrangement, including the incorporation of Library materials as appropriate. Alternatively you may mount the display yourself or with assistance.
To feature your research, classes or the work of your students in a
high traffic area of the Science Library, please contact Vicki
Worsham or call 542-6419.
Some examples of previous displays:
- The Art and Science of Conservation -- This display featured natural
history and artwork produced by students in the 2004 Maymester course,
The Science and Art of Barrier Island Conservation - Ecology 4560/6560,
held on Ossabaw Island. Works featured included sand sculpture; watercolors;
collected specimens; and writings. The display was augmented by specimens
from the Museum of Natural History
and Library materials.
- International Agribusiness
Marketing and Management: Focus on Mexico (AAEC 4910/6910 -- Dr. Jack
Houston, Agricultural and Applied Economics (2001)
- Hip replacement in dogs -- Lisa Reynolds, Veterinary Medicine (1999)