This week is Open Access Week and the Shapiro Lobby will be featuring an Open Access Week exhibit on the digital screens. We also have information tables from University of Michigan Central Student Government, University of Michigan Central Student Government - Student Health & Safety - Sexual Health Committee, and information regarding Breast Cancer Awareness.
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This week in the Shapiro Lobby Campus of the Future is displaying the past and future of campus as part of the University of Michigan Bicentennial. We also have an information table from Alpha Omicron Pi.
This week in Shapiro, we recognize National Coming Out Day and LGBTQ+ History Month with an exhibit that contains helpful resources for those who are coming out or are part of the LGBTQ+ community. We also have information tables from Alpha Omicron Pi and Library User Discovery Services.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby the Ginsberg Center is showcasing events and resources leading up to the November presidential election. We also have information tables from Alpha Omicron Pi, Michigan Libraries for Life, and the Amer. Pharmacists Assoc. Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP).
This week we will be featuring an exhibit from the UM Library's Deep Blue Data service on the Shapiro Lobby Screens, featuring comic art by Pete Sickman-Garner. On Monday, 9/26, the Special Collections Library will be holding a pop-up cat café exhibit to celebrate poet T.S. Eliot’s birthday.
On display in the Shapiro Lobby this week, we have a digital exhibit from the Michigan Journal of Sustainability (MJS) titled, "Seeing Sustainability: Photos Essays, 2014-2016" that is paired with an event on Wednesday, 9/21 from 3-4pm in the Shapiro Lobby. We will also have an information table from Changing Health, Attitudes, and Actions to Recreate Girls, CHAARG on Monday, 9/19 from 10am-2pm.
This week on the Shapiro Lobby screens, we have a digital exhibit, "Layered Places: Artists' Books by Kyoko Matsunaga", created by Maggie Johnson that was created as part of the Michigan Library Scholars Program during the summer of 2016. Maggie researched Japanese book artist Kyoko Matsunaga and created a digital exhibit of her work in our library's collection. We also have tables from Dream Corps, Brightspot, and the American Advertising Federation - UM Chapter.
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