The MU Libraries Staff Association is hosting a board game night in Ellis Library from 6:30-10:00 PM on Thursday, May 16.
Board games and a few non-messy snacks will be provided. Participants are also welcome to bring their own board games and non-messy snacks.
A few of the games that will be available:
All are welcome. We look forward to gaming with you!
Event organized by MU Libraries Staff Association leaders Eric Cusick and Rachel Brekhus
Registration is now open for the 2019 Cyberinfrastructure Council’s CI Day at MU’s Memorial Union, Stotler Lounge. This year’s theme is Collaboration Through Shared Infrastructure. CI Day fosters collaboration, networking, and collective problem solving. Attendees will learn more about advanced computing technologies across a wide range of disciplines. Click here for conference details and registration. Also check out our Pre-CI Day hands-on workshops on May 6, 2019 in Stotler Lounge.
How many of these faces do you know?
To celebrate Mizzou’s Pride Month, and staying up until National Pride Month in June, we are highlighting notable Missouri LGBTQ figures.
Test your knowledge with our LGBTQ Guess Who display, now at Ellis Library.
Daniel Boone Regional Library’s Book Bike is visiting campus!
On April 18, 10:30AM-12:30PM, come to Speaker’s Circle to see the Book Bike. Check out a public library book or apply for a DBRL library card!
For more information about the Book Bike, visit DBRL’s website.
Comic Book Club will meet Thursday May 2nd at 5pm. We will meet at the Engineering Library & Technology Commons, Room W2001H. Just because we meet in Engineering doesn’t mean we’re an Engineering club. All are welcome! We will be discussing Monstress by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda and Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb by Jonathan Fetter-Vorm. Haven’t read them? We have them on reserve at the EL & TC. Come by and check one out or feel free to request via your MU Libraries account. No time to read before Thursday? Don’t worry! Come anyway and meet the friendly folks of Comic Book Club. We’d love to see you! Contact Mara Inge at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Show Me Mizzou Day
Saturday, April 13, 2019
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Free admission and parking
Join us for a day of discovery and fun. Explore our state’s flagship university through more than 100 events for people of all ages.
Your 21st Century Library
Stop by the 104-year-old Ellis Library to view rare books from the special collections vault and test out high-tech equipment from the digital media lab. Enjoy refreshments and crafting tables for kids.
Register for Show Me Mizzou Day
In support of the MLK Teach-In this month, University Libraries has created an exhibit on Confederate Rock. Confederate Rock was a monument erected by the John S. Marmaduke Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1935. The monument originally stood in the area we know today as Speakers Circle. In 1974, Mizzou activists led by the Legion of Black Collegians succeeded in having the monument removed from the MU campus. The monument has had many homes in Boone County, eventually being placed at the Centralia Battlefield Historical Site in 2015. This exhibit contains several newspaper articles and photographs that highlight the history of the monument.
Explore this topic with us at Ellis Library. The theme of this year’s MLK Teach-In is “Where Do We Go From Here?” The exhibit will be on display through Friday, March 29th. Interact with us at libraryguides.missouri.edu/mlk
Escape the dreariness of Missouri winters when you view Mike Hall’s colorful, panoramic photos of lighthouses and waves crashing upon the shores of the coasts in Maine and California.
Check out the differing moods of Columbia with scenes of local landmarks like the courthouse under a cloud filled sky at twilight and the banner bedecked columns near Jesse Hall.
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to exhibit a selection of the late photographer’s works, showcasing his passion and talent for the art of photography. This display will remain in the library through the spring semester.
Exodus: Images of Black Migration in Missouri and Beyond, 1866-1940
Presentation on the images and other items in the Black History Month display in Ellis Library on Black Migration in Missouri. Contact: Joan Stack (stackj@ shsmo.org) and Paula Roper (roperp@ missour.edu) Sponsors: State Historical Society and Black History Month Committee
February 4, 2019
114A Ellis Library
The Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest is the culmination of the Junior Duck Stamp educational program. After studying waterfowl anatomy and habitat, students
express their newfound knowledge by drawing or painting a picture of an eligible North American waterfowl species.
Students from across the United States submit their artwork to their state, territory or district art competition.
The “Best of Show” from each competition is submitted to the National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest, where judges select one image to become the next Junior Duck Stamp.
In 20018, more than 20,000 youth participated in state and territory Junior Duck Stamp art contests. On display in the Ellis Library colonnade during the month of January are winners of the Missouri Junior Duck Stamp Contest.