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Lectures & Other Events

This list of lectures and other events at UNM is constantly updated throughout the semester as new opportunities are arranged. Please click on available links to confirm dates and times, as information is subject to change. 

Note: many of these lectures are not offered by PAW partners, but are still listed as part of PAW's effort to increase awareness of all relevant campus opportunities to UNM's graduate student community.

DATETIMETOPICLOCATIONSPONSOR(S)
19 August10:00 AM-1:00 PMWelcome Back Day at the Duck PondDuck PondUniversity Libraries
23 August9:00 AM-2:00 PMUNM Campus Employment FairDuck PondCareer Services
28 August5:30-7:00 PM[Lecture] Filming Bernalillo: Dan Lyon's Visual Entradas in New Mexico
Lecturer: A. Gabriel Meléndez, Director of the Center for Regional Studies
Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room (105)University Libraries
5 September5:30-7:00 PM[Lecture] George Orwell: On Memory and Archives
Lecturer: Rand Jimerson, Western Washington University
Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room (105)University Libraries
11 September9:00 AM-2:00 PMEngineering and Science Job and Internship FairSUB BallroomsCareer Services
12 September10:00 AM-2:00 PMBusiness and Accounting Job and Internship FairSUB BallroomsCareer Services
19 September5:30-7:30 PMLobo Living Room Presents New Mexico Courts: The Bar, Bench, and Backroom
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UNM School of Law, Bratton Hall, 1117 Stanford NEUNM Alumni Affairs
25 September5:30-7:00 PM[Lecture] Historic Churches of New Mexico: A Visual Tour
Lecturer: Dr. Frank Graziano, Professor Emeritus of Hispanic Studies, Connecticut College
Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room (105)University Libraries
3 October10:00 AM-2:00 PMGraduate and Professional School FairSUB BallroomsCareer Services
3 October6:00-7:00 PM[Lecture] War and George Orwell
Lecturer: Dr. Peter Stansky, Frances and Charles Field Professor of History, Emeritus, Stanford University
Zimmerman Library, Willard RoomUniversity Libraries
7 October11:30 AM-1:00 PMCuddle a CanineZimmerman Library, West LawnUniversity Libraries
16 October5:30-7:00 PM[Lecture] Carl Jung Heads West
Lecturer: Dr. Jay Sherry
Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room (105)
University Libraries
17 October5:30-6:30 PM[Lecture] South Sudan: Can Africa's Newest Nation Ever Achieve Peace and Prosperity?
Lecturer: Mark Asquino, former U.S. Ambassador and Council on Foreign Relations
SUB Fiesta A & BInternational Studies Institute
23 October5:30-8:00 PM[Event] Lobo Living Room: UNM Press 90th Anniversary
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The Albuquerque Museum, Grand Lobby, 2000 Mountain Rd NWUNM Alumni Affairs
24 October5:00-6:30 PM[Lecture] College Horizions Native Speakers Series: Victor Pascual, M.Arch and Jaclyn M. Roessel, MPAZimmerman Library 105 (Frank Waters Room)University Libraries Indigenous Nations Library Program
24 October5:30-6:30 PM[Lecture] Poetry as an Unexpected Mode of Peacemaking in Tanzania
Lecturer: Dr. Kelly Askew, University of Michigan
Location TBDInternational Studies Institute
24-25 OctoberTimes vary; click event to learn more[Event] Institute of Meteoritics 75th Anniversary Symposium
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UNM Northrup HallUNM Alumni Affairs
29 October5:30-7:00 PM[Lecture] College Horizons Native Speakers Series: Winoka Yepa, MA and Tiffany S. Lee, Ph.D.Zimmerman Library 105 (Frank Waters Room)University Libraries Indigenous Nations Library Program
31 October5:30-6:30 PM[Lecture] Peacebuilding and Transitional Justice in West Africa's Mano River Region
Lecturer: Dr. Lansana Gberie, Sierra Leone's Ambassador to Switzerland and the United Nations in Geneva
SUB Spirit/TrailblazerInternational Studies Institute
7 November5:30-6:30 PM[Lecture] Healthcare and Structural Violence in Post-Colonial Africa
Lecturer: Dr. Jamal Martin, UNM Africana Studies
SUB Lobo AInternational Studies Institute
7 November5:30-7:00 PMNetworking EventSUB Ballroom ACareer Services
14 November5:30-6:30 PM[Lecture] Defining and Aiding "The Namibian Refugee": A History of the Chaplaincy to Namibians, 1974-76
Lecturer: Dr. Christian Williams, University of the Free State, South Africa
SUB Spirit/TrailblazerInternational Studies Institute
19 November5:00-6:30 PM[Lecture] College Horizions Native Speakers Series: Sarah Hernandez, Ph.D. and Melanie K. Yazzi, Ph.D.Zimmerman Library 105 (Frank Waters Room)University Libraries Indigenous Nations Library Program
21 November5:30-7:00 PM[Lecture] Headed Into the Wind: Aural History in the Southwest
Lecturer: Jack Loeffler
Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room (105)University Libraries
5 December5:30-7:00 PM[Lecture] Redefining Indigenous Electorates in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands from the Sixteenth to Twentieth Centuries
Lecturer: Dr. Maurice Crandall, Assistant Professor of Native American Studies, Dartmouth College
Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room (105)University Libraries