2008 Celebration of Scholarship and Creative Activity

By , January 9, 2008 8:50 am

Announcing the SEVENTH ANNUAL Celebration of Scholarship and Creative Activity!
The Celebration is an exhibit hosted by Irwin Library throughout the
month of February to highlight the scholarly and creative activities of
Butler University faculty and staff. We encourage you to contribute anything that has been published, performed, displayed, etc., in the last year, whether the topic is professional or personal.

This exhibit is especially for new
works that have been published or created during the last year (since
the last Celebration), but works of a substantive or important nature
that are slightly older are also welcome. If you are new to Butler and
your work has never been exhibited in the Celebration before, you are
encouraged to contribute it regardless of age.

Guidelines for the

Celebration of Scholarship and Creative Activity

Irwin Library ~ February 2008

  • The Libraries request that participants loan copies of their
    publications and creative works for use in this exhibit for the month
    of February. Submissions will be returned via campus mail at the end of the exhibit unless alternative arrangements are made.
  • Contributions are to be hand-delivered to: Heather Stephens, Irwin Library Room 109 (x-9226). Any questions can be directed to Scott Pfitzinger, Irwin Library Room 130 (x-9219).
  • Each item must be submitted with a completed Submission Form.
    Forms are available in PDF or WORD format.
  • The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, January 30.
  • A bibliography of exhibit items will be available at the opening reception on February 7, 2008.
  • Examples of scholarship and creativity:
    • Books/Textbooks that you have authored, edited,
      illustrated, or contributed to in some way
    • Book chapters
    • Journal articles
    • CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes, audio cassettes, or photographs
      of performances, choreography, directing, etc.
    • Various works of art, including costumes, paintings,
      sculptures, etc.
    • Posters that were presented at a conference
    • Programs or program notes for which you are a performer, writer, speaker, contributor, or artistic staff member
    • Musical scores you have composed, published, or edited
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