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The Azusa Pacific University Libraries Special Collections presents, "John Muir: A Centennial Remembrance, 1914 - 2014," an exhibit curated by Thomas F. Andrews, Luba V. Zakharov and special guest curator, Dennis G. Kruska.
The opening reception will be held October 15, 2014 from 2:30 - 4:30pm in the Darling Library...
Bright colors, bold typography, and whimsical images decorate the glass cases in Azusa Pacific’s Darling Library.
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Mars Curiosity rover engineer Aaron Kuan, Ph.D., now employs a wealth of career experience to educate the next generation of engineers at APU.
The new Department of Engineering and Computer Science serves as home for the forthcoming Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering, a highly marketable, interdisciplinary field.
Jimmy McBirney '05, JD, partnered with the Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP), a nonprofit of lawyers that work together to overturn wrongful convictions, to free an innocent man.
Just a reminder: The John Muir exhibit opens today at 2:30p in the Darling Library! http://t.co/7Vu0YLZiCS
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Get ready for a new Special Collections exhibit in the Darling Library this month! http://t.co/tJ3W0OTb9u
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