Be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming Money Smart Week events:
For more information on Money Smart Week, please visit our Money Smart Week guide.
These are just a few of the celebrations that are occurring this month!
March 2, 1836 is Texas Independence Day. The featured websites below are great sources for more information.
A&M-San Antonio's University Library was selected to receive a competitive Latino Americans: 500 Years of History grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (www.neh.gov) and the American Library Association this last June. As part of the grant, A&M-San Antonio will host a series of public film screenings and other programming to help start a conversation about Latinos’ important impact in our region. Please check out the Latino Americans online guide put together by Emily Bliss-Zaks, the Arts and Sciences Librarian, for details on the upcoming programming.
National Library Week is April 12-18 and this year's theme is Unlimited Possibilities @ Your Library. Show your support of the University Library by joining library staff and university administrators on Monday, April 13 from 11 to 11:30 a.m. in the foyer outside the library on the second floor of the Central Academic Building at Main Campus where you'll have a chance to sign the Declaration for the Right to Libraries. If you can't make it then, you can always stop by our information desk in room 202 of the Central Academic Building during the week to sign the Declaration. Be sure to try your luck at answering library related trivia for a prize while you're in the library too!
Be sure to join the University Library Staff on Friday, April 10th for Game Night! The party starts at 6:30 p.m. and lasts till 9 p.m. and will take place in Suite 202 of the Central Academic Building at Main Campus. We will have pizza and refreshments, board games, wii, bingo, and a library scavenger hunt with prizes for the winning team. If you are interested in attending, you need to RSVP by April 8th. Click here to RSVP or visit the library's calendar of events.
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March is National Women's History Month. This year’s theme, Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives, presents the opportunity to weave women's stories-individually and collectively-into the fabric of our nation's history. Click on the Women's History Month tab at the top of this guide for more information and be sure to look at the National Women's History Project website at www.nwhp.org for a list of this year's nominees.
**Image taken from the National Women's History Project website: http://www.nwhp.org/whm/index.php
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