Learn how to use RefWorks to manage your citations and format your bibliography online.
Keck Learning Room / 2nd Floor / Mudd side
Tues, Apr. 5, 4-6 PM Mon, Apr. 18, 5-7 PM
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TEXT YOURSELF THE CALL # FROM BLAIS
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3D Cooperative Strategies for Underwater Robots
Thurs., Apr. 14, 4:15 PM Founders Room, 2nd Floor / Honnold side
Prof. Rachel Levy, Department of Mathematics, HMC
CLAREMONT DISCOURSE LECTURE
Learn how to use GIS to store, display, and analyze any type of data that has a geographic location.
GIS Lab / 2nd Floor / Mudd side
Remote Sensing & GIS Fri., Apr. 8, 9 AM-noon
Mapping Addresses | Geocoding Tues., Apr. 5, 1-4 PM
Mapping Your Communities Fri., May. 13, 1-4 PM
We’ll be open 24 hrs for reading days and finals. For start & end days/times check bit.ly/HonnoldHours
LIBRARY OPEN 24 HRS FOR FINALS
Looking Up: Stargazing and Sky Watching Through the Ages
Mar. 21 – May 14 Clark Humanities Museum, Scripps College
Rare items relating to the history of astronomy from Special Collections at Honnold/Mudd and Denison libraries, Brackett Observatory at Pomona, and the Williamson Gallery at Scripps. Organized by Carrie Marsh, Honnold/Mudd special collections librarian, and Bryan Penprase, Pomona professor of astronomy.
CLARK HUMANITIES MUSEUM EXHIBITION
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California’s History As Documented by Special Collections’ Western Americana and Californiana Collections
Mar 21 – May 15 2nd floor, North entrance lobby / Honnold side
Pulling from a variety of primary source materials including books, diaries, journals, photographs, archival materials, and ephemeral items, the exhibition provides a cursory walk through California’s history from the first Californians through European exploration and into the twen-tieth century.
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