Artist Lecture: Edie Tsong Love Letters to the World

WNMU Department of Cultural Affairs, in collaboration with WNMU painting and drawing professor Jennifer Douglass, present a virtual artist lecture. Edie Tsong is a visual artist and writer. She is the Founding Director of Cut+Paste Society, a community of women writers and artists in the Santa Fe area, and the Founding Director of their Snow Poems Project. Ms. Tsong will lead an artist lecture focusing on handmade things as ways to connect people and people to places, and discussing the question "What is Social Practice and how does it connect into interdisciplinary ideas of art and culture?" She will also discuss her work and her connections to letters and letter writing. http://www.edietsong.com/ This lecture is free and open to the public. Registration required. In subsequent workshops, Ms. Tsong will lead WNMU students in the Departments of Expressive Arts, History, Sociology, Science, English and Philosophy in a creation of a public letter writing project, which...

WNMU Science Speaker Series: Relationships Between Social Support and Well-Being in Children and Adolescents

During this installment of the WNMU Science Speaker Series, Dr. Mark Chu will discuss meta-analyses of 240 studies about children and adolescents’ social supports, and how they are related to their well-being. Presenting "Relationships Between Social Support and Well-Being in Children and Adolescents," Dr. Chu is an Associate Professor of Psychology at WNMU. Originally from Taiwan, Dr. Chu arrived at WNMU in 2011 after receiving his master’s and doctoral degrees in Social Psychology from Kansas State University. Join over Zoom on Thursday, January 28, between 3 and 4 p.m. Sponsored by WNMU Office of Undergraduate Research and NM-INBRE...