University of Texas at Austin
Libraries Home | Mobile | My Account | Renew Items | Sitemap | Help |
support us
University of Texas Libraries
Celebrating the Life

AUSTIN, Texas (April 1, 2009)–Dr. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza will guide a discussion of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" on April 6 and (this event has been cancelled) Dr. Jennifer Wilks will direct a discussion of "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" by Junot Díaz on April 21 in events hosted by the University of Texas Libraries for undergraduate students moderated by English Department faculty.
AUSTIN, Texas – Staff members of the University of Texas Libraries have been honored for their work in information literacy. The Library Instruction Roundtable, an arm of the Texas Library Association (TLA), has awarded its Library Instruction Project of the Year honor to Library Instruction Services (LIS) at the Libraries for its Signature Course Information Literacy initiative.
On Thursday April 16, at 6:00pm, the University of Texas Libraries presents “When Barbara Jordan Talked, We Listened - A Panel Discussion," produced by the Texas Politics Project (TPP) in the College of Liberal Arts.
The University of Texas Libraries encourages you to celebrate National Library Week, April 12-18, by visiting your local library.
printable (pdf) versionDownload a free pdf reader. Why is the Audio Visual Library moving? When will the move occur? What will become of the space formerly
AUSTIN, Texas – The Perry-Castañeda Library at The University of Texas at Austin has extended its hours for an additional period in advance of spring semester final exams. Beginning at 7:00am on May 1 and extending through the last day of final exams on May 19, the PCL will be open for twenty-four hours. During this period, only visitors with a valid University identification will be admitted to the PCL between the hours of 10:00pm-7:00am.


For more information about this and all University of Texas Libraries news releases, please contact the current Communications Director, Travis Willmann, at traviswillmann@austin.utexas.edu or (512) 495-4644.


More University of Texas Libraries news releases