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Archive for April, 2010

Click! Fort Worth Star-Telegram photos

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This year photos of library events have been sent to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. If you like and want a copy of any of these photos, you have a few choices. You can open them at the Star-Telegram (they have the full-sized digital photo) and save it (right click and save to where you want to keep it) or you can buy a print from the Star-Telegram. Or you can contact me, Maggie Dwyer, tell me which photo it is you want, and I can email you a copy of the digital file. Fees paid for prints purchased from the Star-Telegram are retained by the Star-Telegram.

http://click.star-telegram.com/category.php?id=41 will take you directly to the category of Library photos sent to the paper. You can go back through many months and find our events interspersed with other libraries in the region.

The most recent Friends of the Library meeting was also posted this week. Photos include Friends members with Bob Ray Sanders.

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April 21st, 2010 at 9:31 pm

Library-News Newsletter

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http://libraries.uta.edu/publications/NYCU/library-news-Apr6-10.htm

Lots of photos from the April 1 faculty reception, and announcements of several events and seminars coming up later this week and next. Subscribe by visiting the archive page. This comes out an average of every two weeks, less frequently in summer.

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April 7th, 2010 at 12:31 am

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Faculty Creative Works Reception – April 1

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The Shorthorn ran a story about the Library reception on April 1, 2010 to recognize the Creative Works of UTA Faculty. This is the second annual event, and the response from faculty has been enthusiastic.

http://www.theshorthorn.com/content/view/19224/265/

Below, UTA President James Spaniolo (left) paused for a photo with Tommie Wingfield of the Library and vice provost David Silva.

UTA President James Spaniolo (left) with Tommie Wingfield of the Library and vice provost David Silva.

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April 3rd, 2010 at 12:07 am