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Auction of Oprah’s “little black dress” at Jerome Library’s 40th Anniversary Celebration

Recent stories about Oprah Winfrey’s “little black dress” and its role in the University Libraries Anniversary Celebration:

Library event features sale of Oprah’s dress

University Libraries celebrate 40th with auction of ‘little black dress’

Consider joining us for an evening of fun and fundraising. For more information, call 419-372-2856. Please RSVP by Friday, April 6.

Auction of Oprah’s “little black dress” at Jerome Library’s 40th Anniversary Celebration

Recent stories about Oprah Winfrey’s “little black dress” and its role in the University Libraries Anniversary Celebration:

Library event features sale of Oprah’s dress

University Libraries celebrate 40th with auction of ‘little black dress’

Consider joining us for an evening of fun and fundraising. For more information, call 419-372-2856. Please RSVP by Friday, April 6.

Auction of Oprah’s “little black dress” at Jerome Library’s 40th Anniversary Celebration

Recent stories about Oprah Winfrey’s “little black dress” and its role in the University Libraries Anniversary Celebration:

Library event features sale of Oprah’s dress

University Libraries celebrate 40th with auction of ‘little black dress’

Consider joining us for an evening of fun and fundraising. For more information, call 419-372-2856. Please RSVP by Friday, April 6.

Research Project Clinics Offered

The University Libraries once again offer Research Project Clinics (RPCs) to undergraduate students. RPCs provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to work one-on-one with a librarian on a specific research assignment. Students will develop search strategies, discover various print resources and services available in William T. Jerome and Ogg Science Libraries, and identify online resources for their topics.

Guidelines for Research Project Clinics:
* Clinics are designed for undergraduate students. (The Libraries offer a separate service for graduate students by appointment. Call 372-6943.)

* Students must register for an appointment by midnight of the day before the requested appointment date to allow for individualized preparation.

* Students must have a specific assignment or project and will be asked to state their topic when they set up their appointment.

RPCs for undergraduate students are offered Mondays through Fridays, from March 12 to April 13. To schedule an appointment, call 372-6943, or stop by the Research & Information Desk on the first floor of the Jerome Library.

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