Exhibits in Dupré Library will chronicle the history of the College by showcasing the achievements of its departments and programs.
Materials include items from the University Archives, Acadiana Manuscripts Collections, and publications from faculty. Exhibits are held on the main floor of the Library and the Special Collections display cases on the 3rd floor. Exhibits will feature departments according to the following schedule:
- August: College of Liberal Arts general, Centers
- September: English
- October: Psychology
- November: Sociology, Anthropology, and Child & Family Studies
- December: Communication
- January: Political Science
- February: Criminal Justice
- March: History
- April: Communicative Disorders
- May: Modern Languages
Theses & Dissertations
Each month, the Library will also feature the incredible output of theses and dissertations produced by each department. Theses and dissertations are located in the Louisiana Room on the 3rd floor of the Library. Physical copies through 2013 are also available on the 2nd floor. Copies pertaining to the College of Liberal Arts will be on display to reflect their representative department.
Stop to the Jefferson Caffery Reading Room to see historical exhibits on the history of the College of Liberal Arts. These artifacts have been pulled from the various liberal arts collections in the University Archives.