While the Eccles Library remains closed, our faculty and staff are still here for you! We’re ready to meet the ever changing needs of students, faculty, clinicians, and just about anyone.
Category Archives: Events
Events sponsored or hosted by the library.
Join us for a special Art Aloud! Friday, May 29, from 12-1 p.m. U of U health-care professionals, students, faculty, patients, and family members are invited to read a piece of original writing about COVID-19.
In the “OneU” spirit this symposium will highlight work being done across the University of Utah campus on issues of sex, gender, sexuality and women’s health. Presented by the Center
of Excellence in Women’s Health and the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library.
Art Aloud! is a spoken word art cafe where you can relax in a casual atmosphere among friends, and sign up for a place at the mic. This time, we are joining by Zoom! Join us for an hour of expression from the comfort of home.
A little knowledge can be a good thing, so here are some links for our campus and community.
The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library is Temporarily Closed. As we transition to online classes, here are some library resources that are available to support you.
March 13, 2020 at 12pm – This informal workshop will offer attendees hands-on assistance with different tools within the context of a scenario based on safe(r) online dating, organizing movements or crossing borders. Each station will be staffed by experts and you’ll leave with the tools necessary to keep your data private.
Imagine More, U Giving Day, February 25-26. 1850 minutes of imagine more. The EHSL student scholarship will give a boost to one of our hard-working students and reward them for their contributions to the library.
March 2 – 31. Join us for the art exhibit Celebrating Diversity – Cultures and Connections, oil paintings by Don Pedersen, PhD, PA – Professor Emeritus University of Utah School of Medicine, Former Director of the Utah Physician Assistant Program.
We invite you to join us and consider the ethical questions raised by the fraught histories of Asperger’s ideas and actions.