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Current Issue: September 16, 2002
Volume 38, Number 5


Honorary degree nominations sought

Honorary degree nominations are currently being sought and must be submitted no later than Friday, Oct. 4 to the Office of the Secretary at Scholes Hall, room 101.

Nominators should submit a letter stating in detail their reasons for the nomination accompanied by biographical material.

For more information, call 277-4664.

Spanish architect featured in Meem lecture series

The UNM School of Architecture and Planning John Gaw Meem Lecture Series presents internationally known architect Miquel Adrià on Monday, Sept. 16, at 5:30 p.m. in room 2018 in the Center for the Arts.

Adrià will present, “After Barragán: A Contemporary View of Mexican Architecture.” Adrià, a native of Barcelona, Spain, teaches at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México and is a co-founder of the architecture office of Fabrica de Arquitectura in Mexico City. He is the editor of the Mexican journal of architecture Arquine and is also the author of “Mexico 90’s: Contemporary Architecture.”

The lecture is co-sponsored by the National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico and is also assisted by the Mexican consulate.

This lecture and slide presentation is free and open to the public.

Certificates offered in leadership programs

UNM Continuing Education certificate programs titled “Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace”and “Leaders in the Millennium” begin Sept. 24. Classes are 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

mployees may use tuition remission benefits.

Call 277-0077 to register.

NA political participation focus of program, event

Conroy Chino hosts, “Native Voices, Native Votes,” Tuesday, Sept. 17 from 7–8:30 p.m. on KNME-TV, Channel 5.

The program features Native American leaders asking the three New Mexico gubernatorial candidates their stands on native issues.
On Saturday, Sept. 21, KNME-TV sponsors, “Native American Votes Count,” from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. at the Albuquerque Indian Center, located at 105 Texas SE.

The public is encouraged to come to register to vote, meet candidates and sample Indian food and entertainment.