FACULTY NEWS 

Dr. Eric Magrane will read from a series of poems that engage with narratives of climate change and the Anthropocene on Tues. 3/23.

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Studio_dividers_line-dot_dark-crimson.pngDr. Eric Magrane, in collaboration with Dr. Kerry Banazek in NMSU English, received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for their project “Critical Approaches to Place: Teaching Narrative Mapping in Southern New Mexico”! 

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Dr. Eric Magrane presented at a "STEAM" event hosted by Monterey Peninsula College. 6&6 is a collaboration between artists and scientists to explore the patterns and processes of the Sonoran Desert and Gulf of California. This united approach aims to impart a deeper appreciation of this region.

Photos of Sarah Clark, Eric Magrane and Ben Wilder.

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Terrain.org just published a conversation between Craig Santos Perez and DR. ERIC MAGRANE titled "Inscriptions of Power Upon the Land: Craig Santos Perez and Eric Magrane in Conversation":

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Dr. Dayna Dominguez, has accepted a position in the NMSU RISE postdoctorate program. Her mentor is Dr. Michaela Buenemann, geography associate professor. Welcome Dr. Dominguez!

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