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If you missed out on the freshman seminar or CAPP workshops for advising, this is a great opportunity to get caught up. We will explore the general education requirements, build an academic plan by utilizing your CAPP degree evaluation and explore the new Banner 9 self service registration module. This will be a jam packed session, so come ready to work through the intentional and crucial information for building your knowledge of academic advising in order to be prepared for your next round of classes.
Visiting Professors from Xi'an University of Technology China: Ms. Liu, will talk about the four generations of women in her family, from her great-grandmother to herself. Different social times and backgrounds with totally different opportunities in life. Ms. Guan will talk about women's status in Chinese traditional culture and review the changes of Chinese women's family, social, economic and political status with the purpose of presenting how Chinese women hold up half the sky in contemporary society. Sponsor: International Affairs 575-562-4915 firstname.lastname@example.org
This presentation will inform about the US, state, and local rates related to Opiate overdoses and prevention efforts. Learn more about this important epidemic and understand the effect it can have in our communities. Sponsor: Multicultural Affairs 575-562-4915 Multicultural.Coordinator@enmu.edu
Donate blood and help save a life! Schedule an appointment by going to https://www.bloodhero.com/index.cfm?group=login and pick the time that best fits your schedule. The first 60 donors will receive an amazing Cesar Chavez Blood Drive t-shirt! Sponsor: Hispanic Affairs 575-562-2451 email@example.com
The Spring 2019 Graduate's Honoring Banquet will be on Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. The locations will be in the Campus Union Building Ballroom and this year's theme is Japanese, and its official name is "Hanami". Hanami is a long-standing Japanese tradition of welcoming Spring. It is also known as the "Cherry Blossom Festival". This celebration is about appreciating the temporal beauty in nature and viewing cherry blossoms. Which in this case, we would be celebrating the Multicultural student graduates of ENMU! Each graduate is allowed two free guests, but any additional seat is $15. Graduates must contact the African-American, Hispanic, International, and Native Affairs Departments to reserve their sash and guests. All RSVP's and any payments must be made by April 17- No Exemptions! Cost for faculty and staff is $15.00 per person. Asian menu with entertainment by Japanese Taiko Drummers. This Japanese style performance is powerful drum music with choreographed movement.