Dune by Frank Herbert was published in October of 1965 and won the inaugural Nebula Award for Best Novel and the Hugo Award. The manuscript collection, along with extraordinary artwork from California State Fullerton’s Illustration students and faculty, traces the phenomenon of Dune from inception to pop culture icon.
Meet graduate student assistant Anabel Hernández. Her work for us with the Chicana and Chicano Resource Center (CRC) provides valuable assistance to the library while further preparing Anabel to pursue her educational and professional goals.
Student Success Initiative funding enabled us to hire Adriana as our new Library Services Specialist II in March 2015. Adriana's new position in turn allows the Pollak Library and the Irvine Campus Library to provide the additional library hours requested by the Student Success Initiative.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic epic science fiction novel Dune, for which the Pollak Library owns the manuscripts. Join us for a semester-long celebration of lectures, discussions, exhibits, screenings, and fandom fun. Click the headline above for the schedule and program details.