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REED-ing at the Library

Fri, 02/22/2019 - 9:50am -- emoreau

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Please join us Monday, February 25th, from noon-1 pm when the Tulsa Symphony’s bassoon trio will be here for a special lunchtime performance in the Library Gallery!

This is a casual drop-in event and you are welcome to bring your lunch! It's free and open to the public.

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Third Thursday on Feb. 21st

Mon, 01/28/2019 - 3:31pm -- emoreau

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Leonard Bernstein at 100: A Videographic Journey

January 17th  //  12 pm - 1 pm

Schusterman Library Conference Room

Join Bernstein scholar Dr. Erica K. Argyropoulos for a tour through the musician’s diverse career endeavors as seen through the medium of television and film. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch.

 

About Third Thursday:

Whether you are a fan or practitioner of the arts, or would just like to learn more about them, Third Thursday is for you! Meet with fellow #TulsaSooners on the third Thursday of every month at Schusterman Library to learn about and discuss a variety of art forms, including painting, writing, dancing, music, crafts, and more. Each month will have a topic selected by the group based on the interests of participants.

Third Thursday events are free of charge and open to all students, residents, faculty, and staff.

Questions? Contact Emrys Moreau at emrys-moreau@ouhsc.edu or (918) 660-3226.

Leonard Bernstein at 100: A Videographic Journey
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Third Thursday on Jan. 17th

Wed, 01/16/2019 - 8:59am -- emoreau

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January 17th  //  12 pm - 1 pm
Schusterman Library Conference Room

Join us this Thursday for a discussion with Pediatrics faculty member Dr. Robert Block about the art of woodcarving. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch.

Whether you are a fan or practitioner of the arts, or would just like to learn more about them, Third Thursday is for you! Meet with fellow #TulsaSooners on the third Thursday of every month at Schusterman Library to learn about and discuss a variety of art forms, including painting, writing, dancing, music, crafts, and more. Each month will have a topic selected by the group based on the interests of participants.

Third Thursday events are free of charge and open to all students, residents, faculty, and staff.

Questions? Contact Emrys Moreau at emrys-moreau@ouhsc.edu or (918) 660-3226.

Woodcarving by Dr. Robert Block
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Holiday Cheer Event on Dec. 12th

Mon, 12/10/2018 - 3:06pm -- emoreau

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Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 11 am - 1 pm for a fun break where we’ll drink lots of hot chocolate, create snowflake crafts and color ornaments, and take festive photos with holiday props! If you'd like to donate a stuffed toy to our teddy bear drive for Children's Advocacy Center, this is a great opportunity to bring one by and warm up with some hot chocolate.

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Closing at 9 pm on Friday, Dec. 7th

Thu, 12/06/2018 - 4:27pm -- emoreau

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Due to the winter weather forecast, the Schusterman Library will close at 9:00 pm on Friday, December 7th. Stay tuned for possible changes to the library's hours over this weekend depending on the incoming dreezing rain and snow.   

For up to date information on campus closings, see the OU-Tulsa weather page. The library closes when the campus closes due to weather.

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Understand Open Licenses

Thu, 11/29/2018 - 4:43pm -- emoreau

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Friday, December 7 | 2:30pm to 3:30pm | Schusterman Library Conference Room

Creative Commons licenses allow you to retain your copyright while inviting certain other uses of your work, which could ultimately spread your work much farther than you could do on your own. In this workshop, presenter Cody Taylor will explain CC licensing and the ways to combine them to boost your impact. He will also provide examples of how CC licenses are working to create more equitable foundations for open knowledge. When we share, everyone wins!

OU Impact Challenge Logo
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Teddy Bear Drive 2018

Thu, 11/29/2018 - 9:20am -- emoreau

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Your gift of a new stuffed toy can help bring comfort and joy to children who have experienced abuse or neglect. We'll be collecting the stuffed toys under our holiday tree until December 18th. 

Our Teddy Bear Drive for Children's Advocacy Center has been an annual campus tradition since 1992!

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Third Thursday - Sep. 20th at 12pm

Mon, 09/10/2018 - 4:50pm -- emoreau

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Whether you are a fan or practitioner of the arts, or would just like to learn more about them, Third Thursday is for you!

Meet with fellow #TulsaSooners on the third Thursday of every month at Schusterman Library to learn about and discuss a variety of art forms, including painting, writing, dancing, music, crafts, and more. Each month will have a topic selected by the group based on the interests of participants. Our first meeting will be spent brainstorming ideas for bringing the arts to OU-Tulsa.

Meetings will be from 12 pm to 1 pm and attendees are welcome to bring their lunch.

Third Thursday events are free of charge and open to all students, residents, faculty, and staff.

Questions? Contact Emrys Moreau at emrys-moreau@ouhsc.edu or (918) 660-3226.

Third Thursday
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Mary Shelley & the Birth of Science Fiction

Thu, 08/02/2018 - 2:19pm -- emoreau

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Thursday, August 9th
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm

Join us at Schusterman Library to watch an introduction to science fiction and learn about the book often considered the first science fiction novel: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Popcorn will be served at this free event! Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch.

Questions? Contact Emrys Moreau at (918) 660-3226 or emrys-moreau@ouhsc.edu.

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Frankenstein on exhibit

Wed, 07/25/2018 - 8:30am -- emoreau

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Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature

on display through August 11th

Our current exhibit explores how Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein provides a framework for discussions of medical advances that challenge our traditional understanding of what it means to be human. Want to learn more about Frankenstein and/or Mary Shelley? Then you're in luck because we have plenty of new books in the gallery available to be checked out! 

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This traveling exhibit was produced by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.

 

 

 

 

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