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Museum of Nature Science

  1. “Science Café – Sex in the Modern Era – The Psychological Science of Human Sexuality” online with the Museum of Nature & Science and Sigma Xi

    March 5, 2021, 5:30 PM @ This presentation is recommended for ages 18 and up. Please contact Stephanie at to request a link to the program or go to with webinar ID: 89605494014.

    Would you “ghost” someone? How do our attachment styles affect our online social media behaviors? Do our motivations to have sex differ by gender identity, race/ethnicity, and sexual orientation? The study of human sexuality is a growing subdiscipline in the psychological sciences that encompasses a wide range of human behaviors and cognitions. As a basic human drive, understanding the motivations of and ways that people learn about sexual behaviors, as well as how to engage in safer sex practices, are all important components of helping people lead fulfilling and happier lives. What we know about sex and how people communicate and engage in sex is changing. This presentation will offer a variety of current research being conducted in the human sexuality subfield, focusing on how we learn about sex and what motivates us to have sex through quantitative and qualitative research methods.

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Thomas Branigan Memorial Library

  1. Big Read Exile From Paradise, Internment in New Mexico

    March 5, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Online

    Description: Join Professor Emeritus Gail Okawa as she recounts her own personal and familial history with Japanese American internment in World War II. Her own book Remembering Our Grandfathers’ Exile is told through the eyes of a granddaughter and researcher born during the war, it is also a research narrative that reveals parallels between pre-WWII conditions and current twenty-first century anti-immigrant attitudes and heightened racism.

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  2. Virtual Death Cafe

    March 5, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Online using Zoom

    The Virtual Death Café is an hourlong discussion where people talk about death and their relationships with death. The Death Café is a discussion group rather than a grief support, informational or counseling session. For more information, and a Zoom invite to the meeting, contact the Brita Sauer at (575) 528-4085 or

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  3. Big Read NMSU English Department/ La Sociedad Presents Christine Kitano

    March 5, 2021, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Online

    Description: Join NMSU for the latest installment of their La Sociedad Reading Series featuring poet Christine Kitano. Christine Kitano is the author of two collections of poetry, Sky Country (BOA Editions) and Birds of Paradise (Lynx House Press). Born and raised in Los Angeles, she currently lives in Upstate New York where she is an assistant professor at Ithaca College and teaches poetry and Asian American literature. She also serves on the faculty for the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.

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  4. Take and Make: Egg Picture Frame

    March 5, 2021, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM @ Online using zoom

    Join us for the demonstration on Zoom. Supplies will be provided and must be picked up before the workshop. For more information, contact the Reference Department at 575-528-4005 or

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