Category Archives: Exhibits and events

Exhibit Hall tips

Coming to see Galileo’s World? Here are two new leaflets you may download from this page or pick up at the Welcome desk on the 5th floor of Bizzell Memorial Library: 1. Galileo 1st editions checklist As you visit different … Continue reading

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OU Speakers Series at the Sam Noble

Galileo’s World OU Speakers Series Free public presentations at 7 p.m. on the 2nd Thursdays each month, each followed by a public skywatch on the Sam Noble Museum lawn hosted by the Lunar Sooners and Astronomy Prof. Muk Kilic. This … Continue reading

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Spring Semester 2016 events

Hold the date: Changing of exhibits: Dec 17: OU-Tulsa exhibit closes: “The Scientific Revolution” (Schusterman Library). Jan 4: Sam Noble exhibit opens: “First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare.” Jan 17: Sam Noble exhibit closes: “The Academy of the … Continue reading

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Annual Constitution Day Celebration at OU

Constitution Day Celebrations at the University of Oklahoma Celebrate Federal Constitution Day Sept, 17, 2015 by attending the annual lecture sponsored by OU’s Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage (IACH). This year, Dr. Andrew J. O’Shaughnessy will speak on “The Men … Continue reading

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Two new space exhibits are now open

The Carl Albert Center of the University of Oklahoma has launched a new exhibition, “Rockets’ Red Glare: Robert Kerr and the Space.” View the exhibit both online and in person at Monnett Hall on the north oval of the OU … Continue reading

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Celebrating Shakespeare at OU

On this day set aside to recognize the birth of William Shakespeare (1564-1616), we have much to celebrate on the OU campus relating to Shakespeare and his times. In February we learned that the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History was selected … Continue reading

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Medieval Times

Norman’s annual Medieval Fair follows fast on the heels of the Spring Equinox. So it seems fitting to focus on all things medieval in Norman and at the University. This includes showcasing rare books from OU’s History of Science Collections for a glimpse into how medieval … Continue reading

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