Events & Exhibits

Teaching Fellows Program
The Summer Teaching Fellows Program presentations during Spring 2017 highlight the lessons learned by the summer teaching fellows of the Baylor Libraries as they adapted primary resource materials to their pedagogy.

Glen Sample Ely -- A Lecture on the Texas Frontier
Glen Sample Ely, Ph.D., will introduce his latest book, The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail, 1858-1861 to the Baylor community with a special guest lecture on Thursday, February 23 at 3:30 p.m. in Bennett Auditorium.

2017 Keston Spring Lecture
On Friday, February 24, 2017, the Keston Center presents a lecture by Woodrow Wilson Fellow Ronan Lunkin from Moscow and a distinguished panel conversation moderated by Daniel Wallace featuring Chet Edwards, Xenia Dennen and Baylor's own Sergiy Kudelia, all on the theme "Today's Russia: Religion, Politics and Society."

SHOUT! Black Gospel Music Moments Celebration
On Tuesday, February 28, 2017, from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. the Baylor LIbraries, KWBU 103.3 FM and the Baylor Bookstore will host a celebration honoring both Black History Month and the community of KWBU listeners in Moody Memorial Library on the campus of Baylor University. Everyone is welcome to join in this great celebration of music and culture!

End of Innocence: Centennial of the United States' Entry into WWI
Our latest exhibit explores the entry of the United States into WWI in 1917. The exhibit features artifacts from the period and items from our collections that reflect this era. Exhibits on this theme span our library facilities, with each library presenting items from their collections that highlight this era.

Power
W. R. Poage Legislative Library and The Texas Collection host John Williams, author, editor and historian, in a conversation about "Power Politics and the Battle for Water." This presentation will discuss how the Lower Colorado River Authority (LRCA) is the predominant institution that shaped Texas landscape.

John Williams | Power Politics and the Battle for Water
W. R. Poage Legislative Library and The Texas Collection host John Williams, author, editor and historian, in a conversation about "Power Politics and the Battle for Water." This presentation will discuss how the Lower Colorado River Authority (LRCA) is the predominant institution that shaped Texas landscape.

Finding Their Voice: Digital Literacy through Student Media Making
On Monday, March 27 at 3:30 p.m., Dr. Kyle Dickson, professor of English and director of the AT&T Learning Studio at Abilene Christian University, will address Baylor faculty and graduate students in a session entitled, "Finding Their Voice: Digital Literacy through Student Media Making," in the Dennis Campbell Innovative Learning Space on the second floor of Jones Library on the campus of Baylor University.

2017 STEM Librarians South Conference