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Senior Director Chambers Library
Phone: (405) 974-2882
Chambers Library is the home of the never-ending book sale. Rather than having one big annual event, we have Flash Sales, the Book Shelf, and an online store.
Flash Sales are one-day events in the library's basement, focusing on a subject area (although other books are also available). Most materials are $1
The Book Shelf is by the pillar near the Information Desk on the first floor. Materials are priced from 50¢ to $3. The inventory is always changing, so check often.
Chamber of Books Store is our online store with books, DVDs, vinyl/LPs, and FOL merchandise available to purchase. Items can be picked up in the library, delivered on campus, or mailed.
$1000 awards are granted each year to faculty who submit proposals identifying a specific need or gap in the Library’s collection.
Dr. Jaime Burns, Criminal Justice
Dr. DiAnn McDown, Curriculum & Instruction
Dr. David Chapman, Finance & Dr. Justin Olmstead, History
LaDonna McCune, Sociology, Gerontology and Substance Abuse Studies
Amanda Horton & Sam Washburn, Design
Cynthia Johnson, English
Dr. Mark Janzen, Museum Studies
Dr. Jill Davis & Dr. Darlinda Cassel, Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Dr. Kristin Karber, Math & Statistics
Angela Marks, Theater Arts
Dr. Linda Sealey-Holtz, Speech-Language Pathology
Dr. Margaret W. Musgrove and Dr. Joey Williams, Humanities
Dr. Susan Spencer, English
Dr. Janette Wetsel, Curriculum & Instruction
Dr. LaDonna McCune
Dr. Chris Butler
Dr. Jaime Burns
Dr. Wayne Stein, English
No grant funded
Dr. Jessica Sheetz-Nguyen, History & Geography
Dr. Ted Honea & Dr. Tess Remy-Schmacher, Music
Dr. Rozilyn Miller, Communications
Dr. Robert Glaubitz
Dr. Ted Honea, Music
Dr. Timothy Petete, English
Dr. LaDonna Atkins
Dr. Margaret Musgrove, Humanities
Dr. Michael Springer
Dr. Jeff Plaks
Dr. Christy King
Dr. Kenneth Swezey
Dr. Ted Honea
Corner of Ayers St. & University Dr., Edmond, OK
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