Paper airplanes and propeller sticks fly around the room as kids chase their flying objects.
This is a special day at the Kirtland Air Force Base youth recreation center. It’s National Youth Science Day and the youth are learning about airplane flight and drones.
New Mexico State University’s 4-H agents Brittney Sonntag and Nicole Jaynes have brought the national 4-H activity to the youth center. Helping with the activities are volunteers from Sandia Labs. Lockheed Martin, parent company of Sandia Labs, is a national partner for the science day.
This is just one activity the 4-H agents provide for the children of military personnel through the 4-H Military Partnership program.
Revise, review or revamp your resume. Career Services staff will be available from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at Corbett Center first floor.
Get ready to attend Career Connections on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1. We have 70 employers for you to meet. For more information visit https://careerservices.nmsu.edu/career-fairs/career-connections/.
If you are unable to attend this event you are still able to learn more about this topic or receive assistance with other career planning questions. Call 575-646-1631 to arrange an appointment or complete the Request an Appointment form at http://careerservices.nmsu.edu/career-services-appointment-request/, which is also located at http://careerservices.nmsu.edu. Refer to our homepage at http://careerservices.nmsu.edu/students/ and join our social media.
You can’t properly enjoy Tuesday without celebrating Taco Tuesday. To help you celebrate, Taos Restaurant, NMSU’s dining hall in Corbett Center, will serve made-to-order tacos and taco salads, including a full toppings bar, on Tuesdays for lunch. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and costs one meal plan swipe or $8.50 plus tax.
Save money on all meals at Taos Restaurant, including Taco Tuesdays. Meal plans are available to students, faculty and staff. Visit http://dining.nmsu.edu for details and to sign up online.
Please join us for a Department of Criminal Justice Colloquium. Third Judicial District Court Judge Marci Beyer will present a talk titled “The Crisis in the New Mexico Justice System” from 4 to 5 p.m. today in Domenici Hall, Room 109.
For more information contact Jeff Amato at 575-646-1632.
The Office of the Provost is hosting a presentation by Nina Lyon-Bennett, of the Education Advisory Board, on Defining the Role of Faculty in Student Success, at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, in Yates Auditorium, Domenici Hall. Lyon-Bennett will discuss how to remove curricular barriers to completion, redesign academic policies, support evolving advising models, enhance the learning experience, flag signs of student risk and mentor rising-risk student groups. Refreshments will be served at 3.
Lyon-Bennett was a faculty member at Clark Atlanta University and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore for nearly 25 years. She joined the Education Advisory Board in November and now researches and delivers relevant and thought-provoking seminars on issues relating to best practices in higher education.
For more information, please call 575-646-2127.
Learn every aspect of sports television production. AggieVision is currently looking for students for positions with Chyron, replay, camera operations and technical directors. AggieVision broadcasts NMSU athletic events live to sports fans across the country.
A recruiting meeting will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, in Milton Hall, Room 106D. Learn how to get involved and what to expect.
For more information, please contact Vincent Conway at 575-646-7736 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join the Department of Geological Sciences for its first Spring 2017 Colloquium from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, in Gardiner Hall, Room 230.
Ocean Discovery Lecturer John Jaeger of the University of Florida will discuss: Building Mountains in an Icy World: Results From IODP Drilling in the Gulf of Alaska.
For more information, please contact Lee Hubbard at 575-646-2708 or email@example.com
Celebrate 2017 with traditional New Year’s cuisine from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, in Taos Restaurant, NMSU’s dining hall. The full menu will feature honey balsamic pork chops, butternut squash with spinach and pomegranate, pot likker collard greens, savory black-eyed peas, grape salad, assorted freshly baked donuts and vasilopita (Greek orange New Year’s cake). Admission is just one meal plan swipe or $8.75 plus tax. Full menu available while supplies last.
Save money on all meals at Taos Restaurant, including special holiday meals. Meal plans are available to students, faculty and staff. Visit http://dining.nmsu.edu for details and to sign up online.
American Southwest Theatre Company presents “Inside Hollywood” with guest artists Eric Lutes and Jane Sibbett for a public presentation in the ASNMSU Center for the Arts at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27. Both are professional screen actors but Lutes is also a noted painter, and Sibbett has also been a producer of documentaries and a theatre director in Hawaii with original work.
The presentation will include some video clips of their work, stories of show business, and an open question and answer session with the audience. They will also attend a question and answer session in the Theatre Workshop class (same location) from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, and all are invited. Tickets for admission are not required, but donations are appreciated (suggested donation $10); NMSU students are free. We hope you can join us.
The American Southwest Theatre Company is a non-profit organization that benefits the NMSU Theatre Arts students.
For more information contact Managing Director Wil Kilroy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 575-646-6000.
The College of Engineering invites the campus community to recognize 84 years of combined service to NMSU. A celebration of the retirements of Viola McCormick (26 years), Diana Monteith (22 years) and Norma Rusky (36 years) will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, in the Ed and Harold Foreman Engineering Complex Lobby. Please join us in thanking them for their contributions to NMSU and wish them well in new adventures.
The National Society for Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH) is having a chocolate-covered strawberry fundraiser. Orders are being taken at this time for strawberries that will be hand-dipped by students in the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management.
They’re available in dark chocolate, white chocolate or mixed, and they’re sold by a half dozen for $10 or a full dozen for $20. To order, call 575-646-5995 or email email@example.com. Orders will be available for pick-up from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, in Gerald Thomas Hall, 100 West Cafe. We gladly accept cash, checks payable to NSMH or credit card payment with Visa, MasterCard or Discover.
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