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Academic Research, Creativity and Scholarship Symposium
The 2015 Academic Research, Creativity and Scholarship Symposium (ARCSS). May 5-8, 2015 

ARCSS provides a forum for students and faculty to highlight research interests, share mentoring activities, and discuss the role of research and scholarship at the College.

Event Agenda:

May 7

11:00-12:45pm   Lunch on the patio
1:00-1:10pm       Welcome by Mr. Domingo Sanchez, VP for Finance & Administration, NNMU
1:10-1:20pm       Event Opening: Dr. Pedro Martinez, Provost
1:20-1:40pm      Alumni Student Speaker, Tim Sanchez, PhD candidate UNM
1:45-2:30pm      Keynote Speaker: Dr. Joe L. Martinez Jr., University of Illinois-Chicago
2:30-3:00pm     Oral Presentation Session, Brenda M. Linnell, PhD. Ben Lujan Library Atrium, 2nd Floor
3:00-4:00pm     Poster Session, Lujan Library Atrium, 2nd floor
4:00-6:00pm     Humanities Presentation, Heather Winterer, PhD, Ben Lujan Library Atrium, 2nd Floor

Visual & Performing Arts
Nick Salazar Center for the Arts Theatre

May 5, 6:00-8:00pm             Jazz Voices and Big Band performance
May 6, 6:45-8:30pm             Theatre Class and Flamenco Dance
May 8, Noon                         Mamie Farish, Senior Recital
1:00pm                     Film & Digital Media presentation

May 5-7, 11:00-8:00pm   Student Art Show in Gallery & Student Art Sale in room 143

May 8, 11:00-2:00pm


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