RCS M.A. Student Maria Laura Zalazar Serves in New Role as Graduate Assistant with the Spanish Writing Center

Maria Laura Zalazar This year, the Department of Romance and Classical Studies has new graduate assistantship roles, one of which is the GA role with the Center for Language Teaching…

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EVENT: Latinx at the Crossroads: Cultural Maps of a New American World

“Latinx at the Crossroads: Cultural Maps of a New American World” Featuring David Carrasco (Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of the Study of Latin America), a Mexican American historian of religions…

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Hispanic Heritage Month is Being Celebrated September 15th – October 15th.

National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15 to recognize the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States of America. Here…

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Call for Papers: Redefining the Middle Ages

The Medieval Studies Student Association at the University of New Mexico is hosting a virtual graduate student conference, titled "Redefining the Middle Ages." Proposals are due to redefiningconference2021@gmail.com by November…

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EVENT: “An Introduction to Accessible and Inclusive Teaching” Facilitated by Caitlin Cornell

After this session, participants will be able to draw upon current terminology to refer to disabled learners/learners with disabilities, explain the premise of Universal Design for Learning, consult various general…

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