BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//TAMU//NONSGML v1.0//EN X-WR-CALNAME:TAMU Events BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Chicago BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZNAME:CDT DTSTART:20180311T080000 RDATE:20180311T080000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0600 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Chicago BEGIN:STANDARD TZNAME:CST DTSTART:20181104T070000 RDATE:20181104T070000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0600 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Chicago BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZNAME:CDT DTSTART:20190310T080000 RDATE:20190310T080000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0600 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Chicago BEGIN:STANDARD TZNAME:CST DTSTART:20191103T070000 RDATE:20191103T070000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0600 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180913 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180914 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180913T050000Z-47558@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554112 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47558 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180913 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T091500 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:SPED 302 (Fournier) Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection (8:00 - 9:15 am) Ramirez UID:20180913T130000Z-47557@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4533973 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47557 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20180913T140000Z-47556@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396068 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47556 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:JOUR 200 (Rubin) Annex 405B (9:35-10:50) Bales UID:20180913T143500Z-47553@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4500222 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47553 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:COMM 470 (Lueck) DESCRIPTION:Library instruction session for COMM 470. UID:20180913T143500Z-47550@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4550884 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47550 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T105000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:ANSC 481 (Welsh) UID:20180913T143500Z-47549@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4436381 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47549 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180913T120000 LOCATION:Online\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EndNote Basics for Mac (Online Webinar) DESCRIPTION:EndNote is reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching\, collecting\, organizing\, citing\, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students\, staff\, & faculty.\nThis session is for Mac users.\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.\n*Please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching, collecting, organizing, citing, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students, staff, & faculty.
\nThis session is for Mac users.
\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.
\n*Please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180914 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180915 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180914T050000Z-47533@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554113 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47533 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T085000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:ESSM 281 (Shehane) UID:20180914T130000Z-47530@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4475462 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47530 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T120000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:AMCHS - Peterson & Willis (Okonkwo) UID:20180914T140000Z-47529@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4476952 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47529 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 203 (Pantuso) UID:20180914T141000Z-48120@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4624815 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T195202Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:48120 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T102000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T111000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 203 (Pantuso) UID:20180914T152000Z-48119@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4624826 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T195202Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:48119 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T122000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:RDNG 461 (Fields) UID:20180914T163000Z-47528@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4260917 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47528 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T125000 LOCATION:Online\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Which Review is Right for You? DESCRIPTION:This 50-minute workshop will define different types of reviews (literature\, systematic\, scoping\, and more) and demonstrate how to select the best review method for your topic. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:This 50-minute workshop will define different types of reviews (literature, systematic, scoping, and more) and demonstrate how to select the best review method for your topic. UID:20180914T170000Z-47526@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494504 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47526 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T144000 LOCATION:Annex 114 SUMMARY:HIST 280 (Dror) UID:20180914T185000Z-47525@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4558725 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47525 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180914T150000 LOCATION:Online\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EndNote Basics for PC (Online webinar) DESCRIPTION:EndNote is downloadable reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching\, collecting\, organizing\, citing\, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students\, staff\, & faculty.\nThis session is for PC users\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.\n*If you are bringing your own laptop\, please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is downloadable reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching, collecting, organizing, citing, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students, staff, & faculty.
\nThis session is for PC users
\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.
\n*If you are bringing your own laptop, please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. UID:20180914T190000Z-47523@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4501591 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47523 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180915 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180915 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180916 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180915T050000Z-47519@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554114 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47519 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180916 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180916 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180917 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180916T050000Z-47515@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554115 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47515 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180917 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180918 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180917T050000Z-47512@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554116 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47512 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180917 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T110000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:EDCI 354 (Jolly) UID:20180917T130000Z-47508@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4401555 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47508 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T101000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:KINE 198 (Darnell) UID:20180917T141000Z-47504@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4515870 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47504 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T125000 LOCATION:Online SUMMARY:Refworks 101 DESCRIPTION:This 50 minute class will introduce the basics of this online tool for collecting\, managing pdfs\, and citing sources (journals\, books\, and more).  Please sign up for your account at http://refworks.proquest.com before attending this webinar.  You will receive the link to the webinar the day before. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:This 50 minute class will introduce the basics of this online tool for collecting, managing pdfs, and citing sources (journals, books, and more).  Please sign up for your account at http://refworks.proquest.com before attending this webinar.  You will receive the link to the webinar the day before. UID:20180917T170000Z-47501@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494231 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180913T020804Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47501 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T133000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:POSC 381 (Walzem) UID:20180917T174000Z-47498@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4441959 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47498 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T160000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:PubMed for Research DESCRIPTION:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE\, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently\, such as filters\, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)\, and automating and saving searches. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently, such as filters, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), and automating and saving searches. UID:20180917T200000Z-47495@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4501710 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47495 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T161000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180917T172500 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Johnson) DESCRIPTION:FOCUS LC: Borlaug UID:20180917T211000Z-47491@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521756 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47491 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180918 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180918 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180919 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180918T050000Z-47489@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554117 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47489 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T110000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:EDCI 534 (Jolly) UID:20180918T130000Z-47488@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4401556 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47488 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20180918T140000Z-47487@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396077 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47487 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405A SUMMARY:WGST481-Dr. Joan Wolf DESCRIPTION:WGST 481 class on Women's Studies\, health\, and race\; a senior seminar/capstone course. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:WGST 481 class on Women's Studies, health, and race; a senior seminar/capstone course. UID:20180918T143500Z-47484@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4576788 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47484 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PLAN 664 (Roberts) UID:20180918T143500Z-47485@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4422071 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47485 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T110000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:PubMed for Research DESCRIPTION:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE\, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently\, such as filters\, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)\, and automating and saving searches. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently, such as filters, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), and automating and saving searches. UID:20180918T150000Z-47483@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4501714 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47483 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T111500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T130000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104.506 Study Session (LeMire) UID:20180918T161500Z-47480@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4603426 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47480 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T155500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T164500 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Annex 405A \, Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:LBAR 181 (Brookins) UID:20180918T205500Z-47472@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4434618 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47472 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T155500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T171000 LOCATION:Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Towles) DESCRIPTION:FOCUS LC: Calvert UID:20180918T205500Z-47475@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521887 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47475 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T174500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180918T200000 LOCATION:Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:University Scholars-Fantastic Films DESCRIPTION: \nNew Muslim Cool X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html: 
\nNew Muslim Cool UID:20180918T224500Z-47468@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4390649 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47468 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180919 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180920 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180919T050000Z-47466@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554118 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47466 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180919 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180919T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180919T110000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:EDCI 354 (Shumbera) UID:20180919T130000Z-47463@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4401552 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47463 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180919T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180919T095000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EEBL 610 seminar (Martina) DESCRIPTION:Library Instruction - library resources and services. UID:20180919T140000Z-47458@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4316145 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47458 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180919T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180919T103000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:HLTH 285 (Rahn) UID:20180919T140000Z-47455@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4481133 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47455 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180920 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180921 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180920T050000Z-47452@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554119 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47452 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180920 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T110000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:EDCI 354 (Jolly) UID:20180920T130000Z-47450@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4401565 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47450 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20180920T140000Z-47447@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396078 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47447 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T105000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center SUMMARY:KINE 198 (Locklear) UID:20180920T143500Z-47442@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532996 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47442 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T105000 LOCATION:Evans 210A (UWC)\, Evans Library SUMMARY:HIST 280-906 (MacNamara) UID:20180920T143500Z-47439@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4558752 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47439 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T124000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 637 (Lester) UID:20180920T160000Z-47436@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4449647 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47436 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T122500 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Towles) DESCRIPTION:FOCUS LC: Williams UID:20180920T161000Z-47434@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521915 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47434 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T140000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Towles) DESCRIPTION:FOCUS LC: Cornelius UID:20180920T174500Z-47429@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521908 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47429 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T160000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MGMT 680 (Lester) UID:20180920T174500Z-47426@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4449653 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47426 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T153500 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:HIST 481 (A. Hudson) UID:20180920T192000Z-47422@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4558759 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47422 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T153000 LOCATION:Annex 405A SUMMARY:SPMT DESCRIPTION:Sport Management library class\, Part 2 X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Sport Management library class, Part 2 UID:20180920T192000Z-47424@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4617913 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47424 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T155500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T171000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Johnson) DESCRIPTION:FOCUS LC: Huang Pre-Med UID:20180920T205500Z-47421@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521797 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47421 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180920T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20180920T233000Z-47420@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543311 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47420 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180921 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180921 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180922 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180922 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180923 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180922T050000Z-47413@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554121 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47413 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180923 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20180923T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180923 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180924 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180923T050000Z-47412@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554122 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47412 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180924 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180925 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180924T050000Z-47411@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554123 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47411 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180924 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20180924T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180924T102000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180924T122000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:RDNG 467 (Shumbera) UID:20180924T152000Z-47410@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4401570 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47410 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180924T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180924T130000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Which Review is Right for You? DESCRIPTION:This 50-minute workshop will define different types of reviews (literature\, systematic\, scoping\, and more) and demonstrate how to select the best review method for your topic. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:This 50-minute workshop will define different types of reviews (literature, systematic, scoping, and more) and demonstrate how to select the best review method for your topic. UID:20180924T170000Z-47408@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494522 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47408 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180924T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180924T190000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:MAPS - Article Reviews (Kraft) DESCRIPTION:Minority Association of Pre-Health Students article review session with Dr. Dianne Kraft\, College of Medicine Office of Diversity and Inclusion. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Minority Association of Pre-Health Students article review session with Dr. Dianne Kraft, College of Medicine Office of Diversity and Inclusion. UID:20180924T230000Z-47406@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4563473 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47406 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180925 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180926 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180925T050000Z-47405@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554124 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47405 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180925 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T091500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ANTH 415 (Burke) Annex 405B (8:00-9:15) Bales UID:20180925T130000Z-47404@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4513100 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47404 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20180925T140000Z-47401@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396080 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47401 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T100000 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:Framework for Information Literacy - Introduction to Frame by Frame Series UID:20180925T140000Z-47402@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4559334 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47402 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T125000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Which Review is Right for You? DESCRIPTION:This 50-minute workshop will define different types of reviews (literature\, systematic\, scoping\, and more) and demonstrate how to select the best review method for your topic. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:This 50-minute workshop will define different types of reviews (literature, systematic, scoping, and more) and demonstrate how to select the best review method for your topic. UID:20180925T170000Z-47400@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494398 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47400 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T141000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180925T171000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:NFSC 311-501 (Creasy) UID:20180925T191000Z-47399@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4567398 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47399 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180926 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180927 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180926T050000Z-47397@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554125 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47397 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180926 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T123000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T133000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:KINE 198 (Netherland) UID:20180926T173000Z-47396@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4389104 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47396 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T133000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T163000 LOCATION:Map &\; GIS\, Evans\, Evans Library SUMMARY:Post Test Analysis (UWC) UID:20180926T183000Z-47395@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4501689 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47395 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T143000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center SUMMARY:Developing a Literature Matrix DESCRIPTION:A literature matrix is a great tool that can help you analyze and summarize prior research. Discover the steps to creating one in this workshop. UID:20180926T190000Z-47394@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4501918 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47394 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T143000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T150000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Managing Your Information Stream DESCRIPTION:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps\, tools\, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area\, by authors you know\, or in journals you enjoy. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps, tools, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area, by authors you know, or in journals you enjoy. UID:20180926T193000Z-47392@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502023 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47392 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T155500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180926T164500 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Davila) UID:20180926T205500Z-47390@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4511359 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47390 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180927 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180928 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180927T050000Z-47388@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554126 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47388 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180927 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20180927T140000Z-47387@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396081 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47387 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Francis) UID:20180927T143500Z-47386@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4511370 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47386 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T113000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Managing Your Information Stream DESCRIPTION:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps\, tools\, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area\, by authors you know\, or in journals you enjoy. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps, tools, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area, by authors you know, or in journals you enjoy. UID:20180927T160000Z-47385@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502031 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47385 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T122500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Francis) UID:20180927T161000Z-47382@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4511371 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47382 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T122500 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:KINE 198 (Gomez) UID:20180927T161000Z-47383@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4548943 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47383 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180927T120000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Developing a Literature Matrix DESCRIPTION:A literature matrix is a great tool that can help you analyze and summarize prior research. Discover the steps to creating one in this workshop. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180928 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180929 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180928T050000Z-47371@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554127 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47371 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20180928T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20180928T122000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Refworks 101 DESCRIPTION:This 50 minute class will introduce the basics of this online tool for collecting\, managing pdfs\, and citing sources (journals\, books\, and more).  Please sign up for an account before attending the workshop at: https://refworks.proquest.com/  X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:This 50 minute class will introduce the basics of this online tool for collecting, managing pdfs, and citing sources (journals, books, and more).  Please sign up for an account before attending the workshop at: https://refworks.proquest.com/  UID:20180928T163000Z-47369@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494316 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180913T020804Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47369 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180929 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180930 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180929T050000Z-47368@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554128 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47368 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180929 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20180929T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180930 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20180930T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180930 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181001 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20180930T050000Z-47367@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554129 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47367 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181001 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181002 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181001T050000Z-47366@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554130 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47366 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181001 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181001T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T100000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:HIST 280 (Hatfield) UID:20181001T141000Z-47364@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4558765 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47364 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T102000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T111000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:HIST 481-907 (Unterman) UID:20181001T152000Z-47363@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4558775 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47363 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T150000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EndNote Basics for PC DESCRIPTION:EndNote is downloadable reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching\, collecting\, organizing\, citing\, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students\, staff\, & faculty.\nThis session is for PC users\n*If you are bringing your own laptop\, please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is downloadable reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching, collecting, organizing, citing, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students, staff, & faculty.
\nThis session is for PC users
\n*If you are bringing your own laptop, please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. UID:20181001T190000Z-47362@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502269 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47362 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T160000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EndNote Advanced (ESSM) UID:20181001T200000Z-47361@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4549581 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47361 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181001T155000 LOCATION:Evans 4th Floor\, Curriculum Collection\, Evans Library SUMMARY:RDNG 371 (Middlebrooks) UID:20181001T200000Z-47358@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4445930 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47358 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181002 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181003 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181002T050000Z-47357@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554131 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47357 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181002 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181002T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181002T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181002T140000Z-47356@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396083 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47356 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181002T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181002T120000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EndNote Basics for Mac DESCRIPTION:EndNote is reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching\, collecting\, organizing\, citing\, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students\, staff\, & faculty.\nThis session is for Mac users. You will need to bring your laptop because the computer lab is PC only.\n*Please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching, collecting, organizing, citing, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students, staff, & faculty.
\nThis session is for Mac users. You will need to bring your laptop because the computer lab is PC only.
\n*Please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. UID:20181002T160000Z-47354@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502228 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47354 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181003 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181003 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181004 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181003T050000Z-47353@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554132 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47353 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Wilton) UID:20181003T141000Z-47352@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4485840 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47352 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T102000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T111000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Wilton) UID:20181003T152000Z-47350@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4485848 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47350 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T120000 LOCATION:Online\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EndNote Basics for PC (Online webinar) DESCRIPTION:EndNote is downloadable reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching\, collecting\, organizing\, citing\, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students\, staff\, & faculty.\nThis session is for PC users\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.\n*If you are bringing your own laptop\, please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is downloadable reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching, collecting, organizing, citing, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students, staff, & faculty.
\nThis session is for PC users
\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.
\n*If you are bringing your own laptop, please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. UID:20181003T160000Z-47348@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502290 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47348 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T133000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:LBAR 181 (Ramasubramanian) UID:20181003T174000Z-47347@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4391759 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47347 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T144000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Wilton) UID:20181003T185000Z-47346@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4485910 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47346 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T155000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:RDNG 371 (Middlebrooks) UID:20181003T200000Z-47343@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4445928 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47343 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181003T155000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:LBAR 181 (Dorsey) UID:20181003T200000Z-47344@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4391756 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47344 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181004 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181005 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181004T050000Z-47342@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554133 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47342 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181004 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181004T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181004T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181004T140000Z-47341@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396086 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47341 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181004T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181004T150000 LOCATION:Online\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:EndNote Basics for Mac (Online Webinar) DESCRIPTION:EndNote is reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching\, collecting\, organizing\, citing\, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students\, staff\, & faculty.\nThis session is for Mac users.\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.\n*Please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is reference management software that helps streamline research process of searching, collecting, organizing, citing, and sharing your references. The software is freely available for Texas A&M University students, staff, & faculty.
\nThis session is for Mac users.
\nYou will receive the link to the webinar the day before.
\n*Please go to software.tamu.edu to download EndNote prior to the session. UID:20181004T190000Z-47340@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502289 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47340 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181004T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181004T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20181004T233000Z-47338@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543313 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47338 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181005 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181006 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181005T050000Z-47337@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554134 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47337 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181005 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181005T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181005T122000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:HIST 280 (Smith) UID:20181005T163000Z-47336@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4558786 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47336 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181006 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181006T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181006 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181007 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181006T050000Z-47335@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554135 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47335 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181007 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181007T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181007 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181008 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181007T050000Z-47333@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554136 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47333 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181008 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181009 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181008T050000Z-47332@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554137 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47332 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181008 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181008T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181009 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181010 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181009T050000Z-47330@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554138 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47330 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181009 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181009T140000Z-47326@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396091 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47326 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 210 (Pattison) UID:20181009T143500Z-47324@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4546178 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47324 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T140000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 210 (Pattison) UID:20181009T174500Z-47321@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4546174 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47321 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181009T140000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:PubMed for Research DESCRIPTION:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE\, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently\, such as filters\, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)\, and automating and saving searches. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently, such as filters, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), and automating and saving searches. UID:20181009T180000Z-47317@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502742 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47317 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181010 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181010 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181011 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181010T050000Z-47313@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554139 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47313 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T085000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Chung) UID:20181010T130000Z-47310@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4523569 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47310 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Wilton) UID:20181010T141000Z-47307@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4489167 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47307 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T110000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:PubMed for Research DESCRIPTION:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE\, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently\, such as filters\, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH)\, and automating and saving searches. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:PubMed provides free access to MEDLINE, a premier life sciences/biomedical database. This workshop will help you learn how to use PubMed to find scientific literature and will cover features that allow you to search efficiently, such as filters, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), and automating and saving searches. UID:20181010T150000Z-47304@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502743 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47304 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T102000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T111000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Wilton) UID:20181010T152000Z-47300@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4489169 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47300 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181010T144000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Wilton) UID:20181010T185000Z-47297@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4489170 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47297 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181011 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181012 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181011T050000Z-47294@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554140 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47294 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181011 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181011T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181011T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181011T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181011T140000Z-47291@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396092 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47291 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181011T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181011T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20181011T233000Z-47287@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543314 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47287 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181012 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181012 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181013 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181012T050000Z-47284@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554141 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47284 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181012T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181012T085000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:ESSM 281 (Shehane) UID:20181012T130000Z-47279@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4515331 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47279 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181013 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181013 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181014 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181013T050000Z-47276@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554142 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47276 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181014 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181015 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181014T050000Z-47273@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554143 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47273 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181014 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181015 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181016 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181015T050000Z-47270@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554144 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47270 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181015 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. 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Learn about search conventions\, features\, and settings to improve your research experience. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Discover the strengths and limitations of Google Scholar, and learn how to use it effectively. Learn about search conventions, features, and settings to improve your research experience. UID:20181015T200000Z-47250@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502994 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47250 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181016 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181017 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181016T050000Z-47249@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554145 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47249 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181016 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T091500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Flores) UID:20181016T130000Z-47246@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4537796 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47246 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T091500 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Chavarria) UID:20181016T130000Z-47247@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4538009 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47247 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T093000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181016T140000Z-47245@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396096 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47245 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T120000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Getting the Most Out of Google Scholar DESCRIPTION:Discover the strengths and limitations of Google Scholar\, and learn how to use it effectively. Learn about search conventions\, features\, and settings to improve your research experience. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Discover the strengths and limitations of Google Scholar, and learn how to use it effectively. Learn about search conventions, features, and settings to improve your research experience. UID:20181016T160000Z-47244@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4502996 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47244 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T123000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T140000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:INTS211/ENGL 211 Introduction to Cultural Studies DESCRIPTION:Help in using on-line resources to find documents that might work for their projects. In Sept\, we meet in Cushing to introduce them to Special Collections\, and the kinds of materials they can find at Cushing. Also might want to go over how they should behave in Cushing and how to treat the items they are looking at.\nThen\, in Oct\, they have time in Evans\, with you and me\, to begin to find materials of interest. I am quite sure they won't know how to use finding guides.   X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Help in using on-line resources to find documents that might work for their projects. In Sept, we meet in Cushing to introduce them to Special Collections, and the kinds of materials they can find at Cushing. Also might want to go over how they should behave in Cushing and how to treat the items they are looking at.
\nThen, in Oct, they have time in Evans, with you and me, to begin to find materials of interest. I am quite sure they won't know how to use finding guides.   UID:20181016T173000Z-47243@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4515163 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47243 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T173000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181016T183000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:PERF 101 (Ball) UID:20181016T223000Z-47242@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4429526 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47242 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181017 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181017 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181018 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181017T050000Z-47241@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554146 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47241 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181017T155000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181017T164000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Evans Library SUMMARY:ECON 485 (Verdegaal) UID:20181017T205000Z-47240@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4427102 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47240 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181018 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181018 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181019 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181019 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181020 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181019T050000Z-47227@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554148 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47227 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181019T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181019T085000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:ESSM 281 (Shehane) UID:20181019T130000Z-47225@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4515637 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47225 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181019T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181019T144000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Evans Library SUMMARY:ENGL 481 (Ezell) UID:20181019T185000Z-47224@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4475176 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47224 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181020 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181020 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181021 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181020T050000Z-47223@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554149 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47223 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181020T070000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181020T190000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Annex 405A \, Annex 405B\, Annex 405C \, Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:SLA Texas Chapter Annual Meeting DESCRIPTION:The SLA TX Chapter Annual Meeting is a one day conference for members and non-members interested in information and library science.  Registration will be required.  A link will be provided when available. UID:20181020T120000Z-38656@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4108680 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180326T174748Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:38656 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181021 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181021 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181022 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181021T050000Z-47222@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554150 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47222 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181022 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181023 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181022T050000Z-47221@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554151 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47221 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181022 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181022T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181023 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181024 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181023T050000Z-47220@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554152 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47220 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181023 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181023T140000Z-47219@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396107 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47219 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T105000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (McCoul) UID:20181023T143500Z-47218@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521947 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47218 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T140000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (McCoul) UID:20181023T174500Z-47217@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521971 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47217 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181023T153500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (McCoul) UID:20181023T192000Z-47216@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4521979 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47216 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181024 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181025 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181024T050000Z-47215@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554153 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47215 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181024 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181024T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181024T110000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:EndNote Basic Class DESCRIPTION:EndNote is a desktop citation management tool available through software.tamu.edu. This class covers getting the EndNote software\; using EndNote to gather and edit references\; adding full text to references\; citing references automatically in Word documents\; and reviewing EndNote's file structure and a library backup option. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is a desktop citation management tool available through software.tamu.edu. This class covers getting the EndNote software; using EndNote to gather and edit references; adding full text to references; citing references automatically in Word documents; and reviewing EndNote's file structure and a library backup option. UID:20181024T150000Z-47214@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4585938 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47214 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181024T111500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181024T121500 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:EndNote Advanced Class DESCRIPTION:EndNote is a desktop citation management tool available through software.tamu.edu.​ This class covers citation styles (checking\, adding\, and modifying styles)\; organization of references (groups\, keywords\, and research notes)\; journal abbreviations\; and sharing references and files. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:EndNote is a desktop citation management tool available through software.tamu.edu.​ This class covers citation styles (checking, adding, and modifying styles); organization of references (groups, keywords, and research notes); journal abbreviations; and sharing references and files. UID:20181024T161500Z-47213@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4585950 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47213 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181024T122000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181024T130000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:EndNote Q&A UID:20181024T172000Z-47212@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4585965 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47212 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181025 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181026 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181025T050000Z-47211@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554154 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47211 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181025 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181025T140000Z-47210@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396110 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47210 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T111000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T122500 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Hagstrom-Schmidt) UID:20181025T161000Z-47209@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494705 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47209 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T143000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center SUMMARY:Developing a Literature Matrix DESCRIPTION:A literature matrix is a great tool that can help you analyze and summarize prior research. Discover the steps to creating one in this workshop. UID:20181025T190000Z-47208@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4503110 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47208 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T152000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PSYC 107h (Packard) UID:20181025T192000Z-47207@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4577931 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47207 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T143000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T150000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Managing Your Information Stream DESCRIPTION:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps\, tools\, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area\, by authors you know\, or in journals you enjoy. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps, tools, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area, by authors you know, or in journals you enjoy. UID:20181025T193000Z-47206@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4503183 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47206 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181025T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20181025T233000Z-47205@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543316 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47205 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181026 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181026 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181027 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181026T050000Z-47204@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554155 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47204 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T091000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 210 (McKinney) UID:20181026T141000Z-47203@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4535588 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47203 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T103000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Managing Your Information Stream DESCRIPTION:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps\, tools\, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area\, by authors you know\, or in journals you enjoy. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Overwhelmed with the flood of information in your field? This workshop will give you practice using apps, tools, and email alerts that help you stay updated about new publications in your research area, by authors you know, or in journals you enjoy. UID:20181026T150000Z-47201@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4503185 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47201 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T120000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:Porter High School (Maddux) UID:20181026T150000Z-47202@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4549797 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47202 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T102000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T113000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:PHIL 208 (Katz) Annex 405A (Bales) UID:20181026T152000Z-47200@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4621965 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47200 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T103000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T110000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center SUMMARY:Developing a Literature Matrix DESCRIPTION:A literature matrix is a great tool that can help you analyze and summarize prior research. Discover the steps to creating one in this workshop. UID:20181026T153000Z-47199@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4503114 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47199 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T133000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 210 (McKinney) UID:20181026T174000Z-47198@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4535593 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47198 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T144000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PHIL 464 (Katz) Annex 405B (Bales) UID:20181026T185000Z-47196@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4621980 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47196 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181026T144000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 210 (McKinney) UID:20181026T185000Z-47197@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4535599 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47197 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181027 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181028 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181027T050000Z-47195@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554156 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47195 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181027 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181027T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181028 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181029 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181028T050000Z-47194@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554157 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47194 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181028 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181028T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181029 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181029 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181030 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181029T050000Z-47193@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554158 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47193 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181029T173000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181029T200000 LOCATION:Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:University Scholars-Fantastic Films DESCRIPTION:Une Prophete UID:20181029T223000Z-47192@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4390656 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47192 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181030 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181030T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181030 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181031 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181030T050000Z-47191@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554159 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47191 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181030T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181030T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181030T140000Z-47190@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396120 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47190 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181031 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181031 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181101 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181031T050000Z-47189@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554160 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47189 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181101 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181102 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181101T050000Z-47188@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554161 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47188 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181101 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181101T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181101T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181101T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181101T140000Z-47187@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396123 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47187 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181101T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181101T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20181101T233000Z-47186@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543317 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47186 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181102 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181103 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181102T050000Z-47185@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554162 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47185 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181102 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181103 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181104 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181103T050000Z-47184@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554163 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47184 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181103 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181103T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181104 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181104T050000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181104 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181105 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181104T050000Z-47183@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554164 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47183 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181105 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181105 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181106 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181105T060000Z-47182@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554165 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47182 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T122000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Harris) DESCRIPTION:Century Scholars UID:20181105T173000Z-47180@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4435030 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47180 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T122000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Davila) UID:20181105T173000Z-47181@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4407073 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47181 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T133000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Harris) DESCRIPTION:Century Scholars UID:20181105T184000Z-47179@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4435032 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47179 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T135000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T144000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Davila) DESCRIPTION:ACREW UID:20181105T195000Z-47178@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4411947 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47178 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T155000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Hirsch) DESCRIPTION:IGNITE UID:20181105T210000Z-47176@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4415002 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47176 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181105T155000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Davila) DESCRIPTION:ACREW UID:20181105T210000Z-47177@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4411950 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47177 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181106 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181106 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181107 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181106T060000Z-47175@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554166 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47175 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T083000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T163000 LOCATION:Evans 204E\, Evans Library SUMMARY:Patent and Trademark Day DESCRIPTION:Texas A&M University Libraries welcomes two librarians from the USPTO to provide valuable information on intellectual property and will show the audience how to perform patent and trademark searches.  This event coincides with the Libraries' 35th anniversary of being a Patent and Trademark Resource Center.\nSessions throughout the day will include:\nOverview of Patents\, Trademarks\, Copyrights\, and Trade Secrets\nConducting a Preliminary U.S. Patent Search Using USPTO Databases\nLocal Resource Panel\nConducting a Preliminary Federal Trademark Search Using USPTO Databases\nNon-USPTO Solicitations and Invention Promotion Scams: Asking the Right Questions\nPlease let us know if you need accommodations due to a disability (wheelchair access\, visual impairments\, etc.).  In order to provide the best experience possible\, requests should be made at least one week in advance. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Texas A&M University Libraries welcomes two librarians from the USPTO to provide valuable information on intellectual property and will show the audience how to perform patent and trademark searches.  This event coincides with the Libraries' 35th anniversary of being a Patent and Trademark Resource Center.
\nSessions throughout the day will include:
\nOverview of Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, and Trade Secrets
\nConducting a Preliminary U.S. Patent Search Using USPTO Databases
\nLocal Resource Panel
\nConducting a Preliminary Federal Trademark Search Using USPTO Databases
\nNon-USPTO Solicitations and Invention Promotion Scams: Asking the Right Questions
\nPlease let us know if you need accommodations due to a disability (wheelchair access, visual impairments, etc.).  In order to provide the best experience possible, requests should be made at least one week in advance. UID:20181106T143000Z-47174@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4603802 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47174 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181106T150000Z-47173@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396125 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47173 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T102500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Hirsch) DESCRIPTION:IGNITE UID:20181106T153500Z-47172@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4415824 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47172 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T133500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Harris) DESCRIPTION:Century Scholars UID:20181106T184500Z-47171@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4435022 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47171 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T133500 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Davila) DESCRIPTION:ACREW UID:20181106T184500Z-47170@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4411955 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47170 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T151000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Davila) DESCRIPTION:ACREW UID:20181106T202000Z-47168@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4411949 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47168 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T142000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T151000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Harris) DESCRIPTION:Century Scholars UID:20181106T202000Z-47169@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4435025 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47169 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T155500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181106T164500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Harris) DESCRIPTION:Century Scholars UID:20181106T215500Z-47167@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4435026 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47167 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181107 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181108 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181107T060000Z-47166@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554167 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47166 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181107 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181107T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181107T120000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:Library Staff Training: USPTO Patent & Trademark Searching DESCRIPTION:After presenting a day of workshops to students\, faculty\, staff\, and folks from the Libraries\, USPTO librarians will do hands-on training for library staff.  Learn more about how to perform patent and trademark searches. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:After presenting a day of workshops to students, faculty, staff, and folks from the Libraries, USPTO librarians will do hands-on training for library staff.  Learn more about how to perform patent and trademark searches. 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"Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181108 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181109 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181108T060000Z-47151@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554168 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47151 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181108T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181108T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181108T150000Z-47149@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396131 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47149 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181108T124500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181108T133500 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Davila) DESCRIPTION:ACREW UID:20181108T184500Z-47147@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4411967 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47147 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181108T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181108T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20181109T003000Z-47144@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543318 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47144 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181109T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181110 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181109T060000Z-47142@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554169 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47142 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181109T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181109T122000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 203 (Zhang) UID:20181109T173000Z-47140@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4493492 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47140 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181110 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181110 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181111 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181110T060000Z-47139@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554170 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47139 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181111 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181111 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181112 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181111T060000Z-47137@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554171 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47137 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181112 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181113 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181112T060000Z-47134@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554172 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47134 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181112 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T100000 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:GIS Day Presentation UID:20181112T150000Z-47130@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532447 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47130 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181112T150000Z-47133@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532417 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47133 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T101500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T114500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181112T161500Z-47128@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532441 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47128 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T101500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T114500 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:GIS Day Presentation UID:20181112T161500Z-47125@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532466 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47125 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T134500 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Resume Workshop & Lunch UID:20181112T180000Z-47123@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532535 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47123 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T133000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 203 (Embree) UID:20181112T184000Z-47122@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4477345 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47122 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T151500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181112T200000Z-47121@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532538 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47121 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T153000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T170000 LOCATION:Annex 405A \, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181112T213000Z-47119@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532593 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47119 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T153000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T170000 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:GIS Day Presentation UID:20181112T213000Z-47120@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532557 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47120 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T173000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181112T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:University Scholars-Fantastic Films DESCRIPTION:Talking Black in America UID:20181112T233000Z-47118@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4390694 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47118 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181113 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181114 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181113T060000Z-47117@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554173 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47117 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181113 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T091500 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Library Annex SUMMARY:ENGL 104 (Yoo) UID:20181113T140000Z-47116@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4546076 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47116 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T100000 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:GIS Day Presentation UID:20181113T150000Z-47113@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532595 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47113 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181113T150000Z-47115@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532613 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47115 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181113T150000Z-47114@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396139 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47114 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T105000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Dr. Ramirez SR course UID:20181113T153500Z-47112@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494009 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47112 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T101500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T114500 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:GIS Day Presentation UID:20181113T161500Z-47111@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532612 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47111 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T101500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T114500 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181113T161500Z-47110@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532615 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47110 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T140000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Annex 405D \, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Alumni Panel & Lunch UID:20181113T180000Z-47109@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532617 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47109 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T141500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T150000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181113T201500Z-47108@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532619 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47108 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T141500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T154500 LOCATION:Evans 202B \, Evans Library SUMMARY:GIS Day: Student Research Paper Competition UID:20181113T201500Z-47107@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532641 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47107 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T151500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181113T160000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181113T211500Z-47106@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532731 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47106 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181114 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181115 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181114T060000Z-47105@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554174 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47105 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181114 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181114T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181114T100000 LOCATION:Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:GIS Day Workshop UID:20181114T150000Z-47104@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4532752 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47104 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181115 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181115 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181116 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181115T060000Z-47103@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554175 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47103 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181115T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181115T103000 LOCATION:Annex 114\, Library Annex SUMMARY:PATHS (Okonkwo/Stephens) UID:20181115T150000Z-47102@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4396151 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47102 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181115T093500 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181115T105000 LOCATION:MSL Education Center\, Medical Sciences Library\, College Station SUMMARY:Dr. Ramirez SR course UID:20181115T153500Z-47101@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4494008 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47101 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181115T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181115T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20181116T003000Z-47099@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543319 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47099 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181116 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181116 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181117 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181116T060000Z-47097@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554176 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47097 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181117 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181118 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181117T060000Z-47094@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554177 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47094 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181117 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181117T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181118 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181118 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181119 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181118T060000Z-47093@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554178 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47093 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181119 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181120 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181119T060000Z-47092@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554179 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47092 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181119 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181119T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181120 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181121 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181120T060000Z-47091@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554180 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47091 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181120 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181120T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181121 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181122 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181121T060000Z-47090@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554181 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47090 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181121 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181121T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181122 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181122T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181122 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181123 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181122T060000Z-47089@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554182 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47089 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181122T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181122T203000 LOCATION:Annex 405C \, Library Annex SUMMARY:Aggie Book Club DESCRIPTION:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:https://www.facebook.com/abctamu UID:20181123T003000Z-47088@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4543320 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47088 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181123 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181123T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181123 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181124 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181123T060000Z-47087@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554183 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47087 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181124 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181124T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181124 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181125 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181124T060000Z-47086@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554184 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47086 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181125 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181126 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181125T060000Z-47085@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554185 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47085 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181125 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


About Texas A&M University Libraries
Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu.\n

UID:20181125T060000Z-45906@calendar.tamu.edu URL:http://calendar.tamu.edu/libraries/#!view/event/event_id/45906 CATEGORIES:General Interest LAST-MODIFIED:20180829T134424Z ATTACH:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0,0,300,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:45906 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE:https://calendar.tamu.edu/live/image/gid/7/width/80/height/80/crop/1/src_region/0\,0\,300\,300/3231_DepressionEra.jpg X-LIVEWHALE-IMAGE-CAPTION:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&\;M During the Great Depression X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 X-LIVEWHALE-COST:Free X-LIVEWHALE-CONTACT-INFO:

\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181126 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190222 LOCATION:Cushing Memorial Library &\; Archives GEO:30.616365;-96.33995 SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\n\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries Texas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

\n "The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\n

\n The opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\n

A Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\n

\n Sports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\n

\n The exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.

\n "The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.\n

\n A photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\n


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\n For more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\n

X-LIVEWHALE-SUMMARY:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&\;M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181126 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181127 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection\, contact Greg Bailey\, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research\, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries\, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery\, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, A Time of Resolve, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday, August 31st to February 22, 2019.

\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects," said Greg Bailey, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."
\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday, September, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.
\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper, including the Administration Building, Chemistry Building, Petroleum Engineering, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.
\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939, which captured the school's last national championship in football.
\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts, declining student enrollment, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.
\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced," said Bailey.
\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.
\nFor more information about the opening or access to the collection, contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist at gtbailey@library.tamu.edu.
\nAbout Texas A&M University Libraries
\nTexas A&M University Libraries house a rich array of resources assembled to support the research, learning and teaching at Texas A&M. Made up of five unique libraries, the Texas A&M University Libraries serve the entire diverse student and faculty population at Texas A&M through physical and online resources and services for instruction in the research process leading to discovery, creativity and innovation. To learn more about the services and materials available visit http://library.tamu.edu. UID:20181126T060000Z-47084@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4554186 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47084 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago X-LIVEWHALE-ALL-DAY:1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20181126T124000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20181126T134000 LOCATION:Annex 405 \, Annex 405A \, Annex 405B\, Library Annex SUMMARY:UGST 181 (Kotinek) UID:20181126T184000Z-47083@calendar.tamu.edu URL:https://tamu.libcal.com/event/4343780 CATEGORIES:Training & Workshops LAST-MODIFIED:20180912T153339Z X-LIVEWHALE-TYPE:events X-LIVEWHALE-ID:47083 X-LIVEWHALE-TIMEZONE:America/Chicago END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181127 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181128 LOCATION:Cushing 2nd Floor\, Cushing Library SUMMARY:A Time of Resolve - Texas A&M During the Great Depression DESCRIPTION:Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit\, A Time of Resolve\, highlighting Texas A&M University during The Great Depression. The Depression-era exhibition will be open in Cushing Library from Friday\, August 31st to February 22\, 2019.\n"The Great Depression saw a worldwide economic crisis that had devastating effects\," said Greg Bailey\, University Archivist. "Yet Texas A&M was able to weather the storm considerably well."\nThe opening reception of the exhibition will be in Cushing Library from 2:00pm- 4:00pm on Friday\, September\, 7th. Professor Emeritus David Woodcock will be the featured speaker.\nA Time of Resolve takes us on a journey of a growing university in a decade of struggle. The exhibition contains valuable pieces of Texas A&M's history in the time of the Great Depression. It features the plan for the reorientation of the campus entrance as well as designs for the ten buildings designed by S.C.P. Vosper\, including the Administration Building\, Chemistry Building\, Petroleum Engineering\, Geology and Engineering Experiment Station Building and the Veterinary Hospital. Also highlighted are the construction of the Corps Dorms and Easterwood Airport. The men who designed these iconic buildings are showcased as well.\nSports were thriving for the Aggies in the 1930s and the exhibit features memorabilia from Texas A&M's perfect season in 1939\, which captured the school's last national championship in football.\nThe exhibition also showcases the struggles A&M had during the Depression-era such as budget cuts\, declining student enrollment\, allowing certain women to enroll and what the school did to address those situations.\n"The exhibit helps to shed light on the troubles the college faced\, but also the remarkable growth and impact the college experienced\," said Bailey.\nA photo of Franklin D. Roosevelt's visit to campus in 1937\, two 1930's Corps of Cadet uniforms and Reveille I's blanket from 1936-37 are also on display.\nFor more information about the opening or access to t