AUSTIN, TX (February 1, 2006) -- On Tuesday, February 21, 2006, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., the Fine Arts Library will host an open house to celebrate with the University community its newly renovated main level. The new look and new services are the result of a year-long collaborative initiative between the University of Texas Libraries and the College of Fine Arts.
AUSTIN, Texas (January 31, 2006) -- "Embrujo mexicano," an exhibit of photographs by George O. Jackson, Jr., opens Thursday, February 9, 2006, on the first floor of the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin. The public is invited to attend the opening reception from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The 30 photographs in this exhibition, on view through August 31, 2006, were chosen from 76,000 slides that resulted from Jackson's Essence of Mexico Project.
New learning spaces, multimedia technologies added
AUSTIN, Texas (January 17, 2006) - Since 1979 the Fine Arts Library has served as the source for information on music, the visual arts, theatre and dance for the University of Texas and local communities. It now has a new look and is providing new services thanks to a collaborative initiative between the University of Texas Libraries and the College of Fine Arts.
Where: McKinney Engineering Library, Fine Arts Library, Walter Geology Library, Life Science Library
When: During finals - check individual libraries for specific times
1,000 free mugs and refills @ Prufrock's
AUSTIN, Texas (October 6, 2005) - The John M. Kuehne Physics Mathematics Astronomy Library (PMA) at The University of Texas at Austin has a new study space funded by the University Co-op.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Life Science Library extends hours for Fall 2005
Beginning Sunday, October 2, 2005, the Life Science Library will offer extended hours on a pilot basis for the remainder of the fall semester.
AUSTIN, Texas (September 12, 2005) -- UTOPIA, the online knowledge gateway at The University of Texas at Austin, has introduced an informational Web site in celebration of Constitution Day 2005 on Sept. 16.
AUSTIN, Texas (August 31, 2005) - An exhibition featuring architectural drawings and archival material highlighting the legacy of architect Herbert Miller Greene (1871-1932) will be on display in the Architecture and Planning Library at The University of Texas at Austin from August 31 through December 20, 2005.
AUSTIN, Texas (August 16, 2005) - He was called "Mr. Human Rights." A career foreign service officer, George Lister worked behind the scenes in the early 1970s to shake conventional wisdom that human rights concerns did not bear consideration in foreign policy decisions. His ideas took root, helping to spawn an influential State Department bureau dedicated to human rights.
AUSTIN, Texas (July 22, 2005) - An advisory group of regional and national technology experts has been established to further enhance the progression of UTOPIA, the University of Texas at Austin's digital knowledge gateway.