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New Content Available in Business Databases

We are pleased to announce that we now have access to additional components of the Mergent business databases.

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Morris Library 6th Floor Open January 13

Come see the NEW collaborative spaces on the 6th Floor of Morris Library!

Donations Sought for Reframing Project

Morris Library is seeking funds to reframe 4 pieces of art from our collection.

Edward S. Curtis Exhibit & Presentation

During Native American Heritage Month, Special Collections Research Center is celebrating Edward S. Curtis’s masterwork: The North American Indian.

Scholarships Available for Spring through Records Management

The Bill Potter Memorial Scholarship Fund is providing two $1,000 scholarships for Spring 2014.

Watershed Science & Sustainability Research by SIU Fellows

On Wednesday, November 6, 2013, SIUC graduate students will present on their water science and policy research experience as Watershed Science and Policy IGERT fellows in the John C. Guyon Auditorium on the 1st floor of Morris Library.

Haunted Stacks SCRC Tour October 31

The Special Collections Research Center will be celebrating Archives Month by hosting a tour of Special Collections on Thursday, October 31st from 2-4 PM. 

Percussion Ensemble Next First Fridays Performance

The “First Fridays Music at Morris Library,” a free lunchtime concert series open to the university community and the public, continues at noon, Friday, November, 1.

Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read

Morris Library and the Special Collections Research Center are participating in this year's Banned Books Week celebration in the following ways with an exhibit featuring and a reading event.

A New Semester at Morris Library

Alison Joseph, Director of the Creative Writing program, wrote A Ghazal for Morris Library for the 2009 rededication.

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