Wednesday, 16 Feb 2022
Lynette Pohlman, director and chief curator, shares Charlotte Petersen's stories of her husband's response and the student experience in creating campus sculptures in the 1940s in response to World War II.
Create a set of small visual reminders of the need to slow down and be present in your life.
Black History Month Event: 20% of this week's pottery painting will be donated to the Black Student Alliance
Learn basic concepts and tools for better data management and will demonstrate why data management plans are an important part of the research planning process. Registration required.
The planning committee will share drafts of "to be" statements and proposals for measuring success, for discussion and input.
Are you a crafty person? Do you like to sip fun and fruity drinks? Well come to Reiman Gardens to enjoy Maker Mocktails!
Learn to use the tools for wire working and how to work with sterling silver. Create a lovely bracelet that incorporates and large turquoise beads. Wednesdays beginning February 16, 6:30-9 pm for 2 weeks
Former New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez will present "It's a Different World Out There: Leadership in the States" as the 34th recipient of the Mary Louise Smith Chair in Women and Politics.