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Anatomical Illustrations: Online Exhibit

The “Anatomical Illustration: Art Informing Science” online exhibit highlights items from the Zalk Veterinary Medical Library special collections.

Check it out at: http://mulibraries.missouri.edu/specialcollections/exhibits/anatomy/about.htm

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From Art to Biology and Back Again

On March 4, MU Libraries’ Special Collections, Archives, and Rare Books (SCARaB) division will open an exhibition in the Ellis Library Colonnade entitled Anatomical Illustration: Art Informing Science: 1543 -1950.

The exhibition will run in conjunction with the 6th Annual Life Sciences & Society Symposium: From Art to Biology and Back Again.  A wide variety of materials—books, prints, artifacts—from the collections of Special Collections & Rare Books, University Archives, J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library Rare Book Room and the Zalk Veterinary Medical Library will be displayed.

Michael Holland, the Director of SCARAB division, is the curator of the exhibit. The display will run till March 26th 2010.

Opening lecture entitled: “Art and Human Nature” by Professor Carsten Strathausen
Chair, MU Department of German & Russian Studies

  • Thurs. March 4, 2:00pm
  • Ellis Library Colonnade
  • home Events and Exhibits October is National Medical Librarians Month

    October is National Medical Librarians Month

    Have you hugged your medical librarian today?

    The Medical Library Association (MLA) created the NMLM observance to raise awareness of the important role of the health information professional. Patients and those in the health care community need the specialized services that medical librarians provide now more than ever before.

    The Veterinary Medical Libraries Section of MLA is one of the most active and engaged sections!

    Let the staff of Zalk Veterinary Medical Library know what we can do for you!

    October is National Medical Librarians Month
    October is National Medical Librarians Month
    home Events and Exhibits Changing the Face of Medicine

    Changing the Face of Medicine

    October 5th-November 14: Health Sciences Library

    Changing the Face of Medicine
    Changing the Face of Medicine

    Join us as we host Changing the Face of Medicine, an exhibit chronicling women’s impact on the medical field. The exhibit highlights women’s battle to gain access to medical education, and also their breakthroughs and achievements as physicians. Come view the exhibit panels, browse the web kiosks and attend scheduled events.

    Changing the Face of Medicine Home

    Schedule of Events

    The Changing the Face of Medicine Exhibit will be located in the Health Sciences Library from October 2nd to November 14th.

    home Events and Exhibits Graduate Student Research Workshops: Oct 12 & 15

    Graduate Student Research Workshops: Oct 12 & 15

    Interested in Zotero? Want to learn more about Google Scholar?

    MU Libraries is offering several workshops geared toward graduate students. All classes will be held in 213 Ellis Library.

    Full schedule and online registration.

    Workshops don’t fit your schedule? Want a session on something else?

    Contact Kate Anderson for courses tailored to CVM students and faculty.

    home Events and Exhibits Save the Date: Changing the Face of Medicine

    Save the Date: Changing the Face of Medicine

    October 2 – November 14, 2009: The Health Sciences Library will be hosting Changing the Face of Medicine, a National Library of Medicince traveling exhibit celebrating America’s Women Physicians.

    In addition to the exhibit, there will be lectures and discussion groups on the role of women in the health sciences.

    home Events and Exhibits Darwin Days: March 13-15

    Darwin Days: March 13-15

    Come celebrate Darwin’s 200th birthday and the 150th anniversary of On the Origin of Species at MU’s Darwin Days. Lots of great speakers and events (including an exhibit at Ellis Library and movies at Ragtag Cinema).

    Free and open to the public; registration required.

    Darwin’s Ongoing Revolution: Evolutionary Thought in Emerging Fields