School of Information Assistant Professor Megan Winget has received a $225,000 career development grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to advance her research entitled “Video Games and the Cultural Record: Studying the Creation Processes and Artifacts of the Video Game Industry for the Purpose of Collection and Preservation.” Winget seeks to better …
Friday, Sept. 19, 2014
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- Al-Anon Meeting
Noon -1 p.m.
University Presbyterian Church
- Conspirare - The Poet Sings: Pablo Neruda
8 p.m. -6 p.m.
Bates Recital Hall, Music Building & Recital Hall (MRH)
- Volunteer: Paid Research Study Seeking Women with Body Image Concerns
Seay Psychology Building
- Courtyard Gallery presents work of Anna Krachey in "Lovelady"
Noon -11 a.m.
Courtyard Gallery, AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center (ATT)
- Al-Anon Meeting
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