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Morgan Library Archives and Special Collections is featuring an exhibit showcasing the contributions of Paul Gleason to the field of wildland fire science, through Jan. 31.
Morgan Library will be extending its hours to help students prepare for finals and the end of the semester.
Forty years ago, CSU and Fort Collins were featured in a Hollywood film called "One On One."
The event, 1– 5 p.m. in the Event Hall at Morgan Library, will be an afternoon focused on exploring the wide-ranging applications of geospatial technologies in “small bytes.”
This event, held in the Lory Student Center Theatre, is free and open to the public, with seating on a first-come, first-served basis. All of Fielder’s most popular books and calendars will be for sale and signing before and after the presentation.
November is Native American Month, and there will be a variety of events taking place on campus.
This month's member is the head archivist for the Water Resources Archive at the University Libraries.
Free talks will examine tracing the arc of smartphone application security and large scale machine learning and AI.