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Curators of Pulitzer exhibit offer ‘Learn at Lunch’ program and tour April 17

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Five panelists, all affiliated with the University Libraries, will present a “Learn at Lunch” panel discussion on the Pulitzer Prize at 11:30 a.m. Monday, April 17 in the Mann Assembly Room, 103 Paterno Library, on the University Park campus. The prestigious Pulitzer Prize, its centennial celebration, and the exhibit “100 Years of the Pulitzer: Celebrating our Humanity” will be the focus of the hour-long discussion. A guided tour of the exhibit in the Diversity Studies Room will begin following the discussion. The “Learn at Lunch” talk and docent tour are free and open to the public, and walk-in guests are welcome.

The panelists for this “Learn at Lunch” event are Jeff Knapp, Larry and Ellen Foster Communications Librarian; Jose Guerrero, diversity resident librarian; Alia Gant, diversity resident librarian; Pembroke Childs, information resources and services support specialist; and Nonny Schlotzhauer, acting head, Social Sciences Library.

The docent tour following the discussion will provide a review of the “100 Years of the Pulitzer” exhibit materials, which include more than 50 Pulitzer-winning display items. The exhibit, “100 Years of the Pulitzers: Celebrating our Humanity,” is available for viewing through Aug. 30, and the complementary exhibit, “100 Years of the Pulitzers: Celebrating our Musicality,” will be on display through May 7. Operating hours for Pattee Library vary day to day, so consult the

The exhibit, “100 Years of the Pulitzers: Celebrating our Humanity,” is available for viewing through Aug. 30, and the complementary exhibit, “100 Years of the Pulitzers: Celebrating our Musicality,” will be on display through May 7. Operating hours for Pattee Library vary day to day, so consult the online list of hours for the most up-to-date information.

The Penn State News article about this event with detailed information about the panelists may be read online. An 8.5×11 downloadable PDF for this event is available to print or share with colleagues.

For more information on this event, or for questions about accommodations or the physical access provided, contact Knapp at 814-867-6051 or jak47@psu.edu in advance of your visit.