Student performance. Pillsbury Theatre.
Jörn Coers, Duke University, will present this seminar. Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series. Erlanger Auditorium.
Cyrus Raji, assistant professor of Radiology, will present this seminar. Sponsored by the Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center. Location: East Pavilion Auditorium, BJH South, 1st Floor.
The Relationship and Sexual Violence Assessment Initiative present this thought-provoking event featuring Vetta Sanders Thompson and the Dartington Service Design Lab, a U.K.-based independent charity. Medical Campus, Taylor Avenue Building, The Doll & Hill Teaching Room. Sponsored by the Institute for Public Health.
Panel discussion will focus on topics related to the #MeToo and #Time’sUp movements, as well as the portrayal of women in opera. RSVP (via link) strongly encouraged.
A live performance of J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suites accompanied by dance. Presented in collaboration with The Big Muddy Dance Company and the Department of Music as part of the Bach Society of Saint Louis’ 2019 St. Louis Bach Festival. Tickets $35.
Grab a coffee and a cookie with staff at this month’s edition of First Fridays @ Becker. Location: Archives and Rare Books Reading Room, 7th Floor.
An open forum to discuss open access, publishing, journal costs and the impact of the University of California-Elsevier decision for scholars here and beyond. Free and open to all. RSVP via the link. Sponsored by University Libraries.
Tickets $15-$40. Sponsored by Department of Music.
May 7, 2019Seminar: Old drugs, new tricks-using bacterial biofilms to reveal cryptic antibiotic activity
Lori Burrows, McMaster University, will present this seminar. Molecular Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series. Erlanger Auditorium.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
Through May 10, 2019
This exhibit commemorates the 140th anniversary of St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Using materials from Becker Library’s archival collections, the exhibit highlights some of the hospital’s most notable achievements from its founding in 1879 to the present-day institution. Free and open to all.
Through June 2019
Buzz Spector, professor of art at the Sam Fox School, explores books both in concept and as materials for his artwork. An exhibit of his art, in various forms, is on view this spring in Olin Library’s Thomas Gallery.