From the Minneapolis Star Tribune: “Magisterial . . . A weave of gripping reportage and scientific detective story . . . Hidden Valley Road is destined to become a classic of narrative nonfiction.”
From the Seattle Times: “A luminous, heartbreaking and redemptive American Story.”
It’s time again to submit artistic creations to Ebling Library’s increasingly popular online art journal, Corpus Callosum.
What is it about Art? Find out in this recording we’re sharing for your inspirational pleasure.
Gyasi’s new novel, ‘Transcendent Kingdom,’ is a book of blazing brilliance,” says The Washington Post…and now, it is the 2021-2022 Go Big Read selection.
We are thrilled to share the latest in paintings, photos, audio pieces, crafts and written work from your health sciences colleagues. It’s Spring, and Art is in the Air!
Seriously, if the health sciences research, practice or administrative careers don’t pan out…these artists could have a fall back plan…
A dedicated place for you to announce noteworthy events!
We may not be physically together for this year’s Science Expeditions, but opportunities abound for learning remotely! From dinosaurs to scuba diving, from cytotechnology to insects and cloud chambers…there is a world to explore from April 9th-April 11th.
Please reveal in 29 pieces of art. Therapy comes in many forms, this may be just the medication you need. Image, a portion of Cameron Casey’s “Neurons a la Klimt.”