Photographs, music, words, and visual creations; a wonderfully compelling collection. Therapeutic and thought provoking for one and all.
The panel will be examining motherhood, medicine, childhood, reproductive control, reproductive health activism and sex and empire.
Ahhhh….finally, we were able to share information in person, and with the next generation of health care providers and researchers! A win win, for the 20th Annual UW Sciences Expeditions.
From inspecting bodily organs to learning about the eye, to hands on investigations, Sunday, April 10th is your day to participate in scientific “research” at the Health Sciences Learning Center.
Make anything with a graphic element “sing,” convey your data or message in a creative way…DesignLab can assist!
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.”
Not only to the medical students who start earlier than most, but to our campus and community visitors, August 9th heralds additional hours and access for our beloved patrons.
A new door, Book Clubs, research guides, awards, art, online resources, publications! Ebling staff has been rockin’ the last few months…
Finding all the resources embedded in a library website can be daunting. Enjoy this video tour of Ebling’s website. Helpful staff and amazing databases, books, journals and services!
“Color is not a human or a personal reality; it is a political reality.” “The only thing white people have that black people need, or should want, is power—and no one holds power forever. White people cannot, in generality, be taken as models of how to live.” These and other powerful sentiments were written by Baldwin nearly 50 years ago, and they STILL bear discussion…