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The Valley Library invites you to attend an award ceremony for the two 2015 Library Undergraduate Research Award (LURA) winners.  Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.”  Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall:  A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.”  Both writers will give short talks about how they selected their topics and how their research was done.  Thanks to the generosity of Gilbert and Marie Cleasby, both writers are being awarded a $1000 scholarship for their winning research papers.  Please join with us in this celebration which will be held in The Valley Library Rotunda on May 20, 2015, from 2:00-4:00 PM.  A reception follows the ceremony.

The Valley Library invites you to attend an award ceremony for the two 2015 Library Undergraduate Research Award (LURA) winners.  Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.”  Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall:  A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.”  Both writers will give short talks about how they selected their topics and how their research was done.  Thanks to the generosity of Gilbert and Marie Cleasby, both writers are being awarded a $1000 scholarship for their winning research papers.  Please join with us in this celebration which will be held in The Valley Library Rotunda on May 20, 2015, from 2:00-4:00 PM.  A reception follows the ceremony.

The Valley Library invites you to attend an award ceremony for the two 2015 Library Undergraduate Research Award (LURA) winners.  Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.”  Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall:  A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.”  Both writers will give short talks about how they selected their topics and how their research was done.  Thanks to the generosity of Gilbert and Marie Cleasby, both writers are being awarded a $1000 scholarship for their winning research papers.  Please join with us in this celebration which will be held in The Valley Library Rotunda on May 20, 2015, from 2:00-4:00 PM.  A reception follows the ceremony.

The Valley Library invites you to attend an award ceremony for the two 2015 Library Undergraduate Research Award (LURA) winners.  Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.”  Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall:  A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.”  Both writers will give short talks about how they selected their topics and how their research was done.  Thanks to the generosity of Gilbert and Marie Cleasby, both writers are being awarded a $1000 scholarship for their winning research papers.  Please join with us in this celebration which will be held in The Valley Library Rotunda on May 20, 2015, from 2:00-4:00 PM.  A reception follows the ceremony.

The Valley Library invites you to attend an award ceremony for the two 2015 Library Undergraduate Research Award (LURA) winners.  Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.”  Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall:  A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.”  Both writers will give short talks about how they selected their topics and how their research was done.  Thanks to the generosity of Gilbert and Marie Cleasby, both writers are being awarded a $1000 scholarship for their winning research papers.  Please join with us in this celebration which will be held in The Valley Library Rotunda on May 20, 2015, from 2:00-4:00 PM.  A reception follows the ceremony.

Does your research involve searching the chemistry literature?  If so, the Valley Library is hosting a SciFinder training (4/29) by Keven Seguin from Chemical Abstracts Service. SciFinder is a chemistry research database that provides access to references, substances and reactions.  Discussion and demonstration will include: topic searching, reaction searching, structure searching, ordering chemicals with ChemCATS, setting up research alerts, and using SciPlanner. Seating is limited so registration is encouraged:  http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/graduates/workshops/scifinder-scholar-become-chemistry-research-pro

 

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu

 

 

Does your research involve searching the chemistry literature?  If so, the Valley Library is hosting a SciFinder training (4/29) by Keven Seguin from Chemical Abstracts Service. SciFinder is a chemistry research database that provides access to references, substances and reactions.  Discussion and demonstration will include: topic searching, reaction searching, structure searching, ordering chemicals with ChemCATS, setting up research alerts, and using SciPlanner. Seating is limited so registration is encouraged:  http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/graduates/workshops/scifinder-scholar-become-chemistry-research-pro

 

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu

 

 

Does your research involve searching the chemistry literature?  If so, the Valley Library is hosting a SciFinder training (4/29) by Keven Seguin from Chemical Abstracts Service. SciFinder is a chemistry research database that provides access to references, substances and reactions.  Discussion and demonstration will include: topic searching, reaction searching, structure searching, ordering chemicals with ChemCATS, setting up research alerts, and using SciPlanner. Seating is limited so registration is encouraged:  http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/graduates/workshops/scifinder-scholar-become-chemistry-research-pro

 

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu

 

 

Does your research involve searching the chemistry literature?  If so, the Valley Library is hosting a SciFinder training (4/29) by Keven Seguin from Chemical Abstracts Service. SciFinder is a chemistry research database that provides access to references, substances and reactions.  Discussion and demonstration will include: topic searching, reaction searching, structure searching, ordering chemicals with ChemCATS, setting up research alerts, and using SciPlanner. Seating is limited so registration is encouraged:  http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/graduates/workshops/scifinder-scholar-become-chemistry-research-pro

 

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu

 

 

Does your research involve searching the chemistry literature?  If so, the Valley Library is hosting a SciFinder training (4/29) by Keven Seguin from Chemical Abstracts Service. SciFinder is a chemistry research database that provides access to references, substances and reactions.  Discussion and demonstration will include: topic searching, reaction searching, structure searching, ordering chemicals with ChemCATS, setting up research alerts, and using SciPlanner. Seating is limited so registration is encouraged:  http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/graduates/workshops/scifinder-scholar-become-chemistry-research-pro

 

Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu

 

 

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