NEWS AND EVENTS
Spring Semester 2010
|John B. Coleman Library Salutes National Library Week April 11 to 17, 2010 with Week-long Book AmnestyWaive Book Fines – Amnesty Week: the week of Saturday to Sunday, April 11-17, 2010. Overdue BOOK fines ONLY. If the book is OVERDUE and the patron is not blocked the fines will be waived. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE LOST BOOKS. THE OVERDUE BOOK MUST BE RETURNED IN PERSON TO THE CIRCULATION DESK AT THE JOHN B. COLEMAN LIBRARY IN ORDER FOR THE FINES TO BE WAIVED. (One Week Only!!!) – Students, Faculty, Staff & also Library Card Holders.Other week-long activities
• Tuesday, April 13, 2010: Campus-wide Library’s Worker’s Day Program- Guest Speaker- Anika Sala, Manger of the Houston, Texas Shrine of the Black Madonna Cultural Center and Bookstore at 2:00 p.m. Room 108. Reception following program.
• Week-long Libraries and Librarians History books on display at the Circulation Department for check out
• Week-long Patron Satisfaction Survey Help us Help you- Please fill-out the Patron Satisfaction Survey. – Click Here
• How about those Government Documents! Have a look at our ever-growing collection and gather information on Government Documents in the Periodicals Department. Give-a-ways: pens and bookmarks. For more information contact Kaia Johnson, Library Assistant II, Periodicals Department email@example.com
|2010 National Library Week (April 11-17)
Communities thrive @ your libraryNational Library Worker’s Day Program – April 13, 2010, Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Public Events Room 108 of the John B. Coleman Library, Reception Following presentation. Guest Speaker: Ms. Anika Sala, Manager, Shrine of the Black Madonna Houston’s Cultural Center and Bookstore
|Book Sale to Benefit Haiti Libraries–Wednesday, April 14th and Thursday, April 15th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.The John B. Coleman Library Distance Services and the Northwest Houston Academic Center is celebrating National Library Week with a Book/Video/DVD Sale to benefit the Haiti Libraries Relief Fund.All donations go to the American Library Association Haiti Relief Fund. For more information contact: Elizabeth Jean Brumfield (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 713-790-7282|
|2010 National Women’s History Month
Writing Women Back into HistoryWomen’s History Month Library Program -
March 30, 2010, Tuesday at 2 p.m.
Public Events Room 108 of the John B. Coleman Library.
Mrs. Jimmie L. Phillip Poindexter, Retired Professor of Social Work and Sociology at Prairie View A&M University will be the Guest Speaker.
|Can She be Saved? – Prairie View A&M University, Northwest Academic Center and the John B. Coleman Library present “Can She Be Saved?” a documentary on girl fighting by author and filmmaker Yasmin Shiraz, Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. Northwest Academic Center – 16000 Stuebner Airline Road, Spring Texas, in honor of Women’s History Month. Refreshment will be served. Please RSVP to Elizabeth Jean Brumfield, Distance Services Librarian at 713-790-7282 or email: email@example.com|
| Prairie View A&M University John B. Coleman Library Salutes
2010 Black History Month Theme: The History of Black Economic Empowerment
Genora Kendrick Boykins, Attorney, Associate General Counsel with Reliant Energy Retail Services LLC Thursday, February 11, 2010 11:00 a.m.
John B. Coleman Library Public Events Room 108
Reception immediately following the presentation.Sponsored by the John B. Coleman Black History Month Committee
Featured above: DJ Play Her Song, Oil on canvas,
| Evidence of Faith: The Art of Maya Imani Watson
4th Floor Art Gallery Exhibit Opening Reception Wednesday,
February 3, 2010 11:30-2:00 pmPrairie View A&M University and the 4th Floor Art Gallery are very excited about hosting the work of Houston based artist Maya Imani Watson and her ambitious exhibition entitled Evidence of Faith. With an enthusiastic love for God and Christ, in this art exhibition the artist has created a series of paintings that are inspired by the understanding that faith is the evidence of things not seen
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