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Apply to the Library Undergraduate Research Award – Deadline 2/2/20

October 7, 2019

Are you finishing a term paper? …starting a senior thesis? …using library resources in your work? …interested in winning a CASH PRIZE? Get recognized for the amazing work you do by applying for the Claremont Colleges Library Undergraduate Research Award! The award is accompanied by a cash prize and recognizes exemplary, original student work demonstrating.
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The Claremont Discourse Lecture: Music & Political Activism, October 16th, 4:15 p.m.

October 1, 2019

The Claremont Colleges Library Discourse Lecture Series presents our October panels: Constitution Day Panel: Tuesday, October 8th, 4:15 p.m., Founders Room The Claremont Discourse Constitution Day panel responds to our current political climate and offers opportunities to explore the creation, impact and  engagement with the U.S. Constitution. This year’s panel shines a light on the.
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Open Education: Call for Faculty Fellowship Program, 2019-2020

August 25, 2019

This yearlong program will create a learning community of faculty, librarians, and instructional technologists from across the colleges engaged in fostering inclusive, equitable, and collaborative learning environments. This fellowship is designed to support faculty in exploring and incorporating open education concepts and practices (open pedagogy, open access, and open educational resources) into their courses.  A.
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Library staff use GIS to explore a unique habitat at the Bernard Field Station

August 1, 2019

The use of geographic information systems (GIS) tools to visualize and explore our physical environment has exploded in popularity in recent years in industry, government, and academic settings. GIS supports scholarly work in the environmental sciences, such as the Pitzer field station project in Costa Rica, this and compelling story map from UCLA scholars on.
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Applications open for the Roland Jackson Memorial Music Research Fellowship

June 10, 2019

Are you a music scholar, student, or performer interested in diving deeper into music research? Consider pursuing your project with financial support here at The Claremont Colleges Library. The Roland Jackson Memorial Music Research Fellowship is an opportunity to spend time pursuing on-site research with music resources found in Special Collections. We are particularly interested.
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