Dr. Robert Glew, School of Medicine, and Peter L. White, Department of English, are the featured speakers for the International Task Force on Tuesday, Feb. 15 from 12-1:30 p.m. in Scholes Hall, Roberts Room.
Glew has spent the past 35 years researching nutritional and biochemical aspects of under-developed nations, as well as mentoring students who have participated in research projects abroad. He will speak about his international experiences and share photographs highlighting his work.
White is director of the New Mexico Heritage Project at UNM, a studio and classroom environment where students learn about crafting and playing violins coupled with cultural and historical impact of such music. White will discuss evidence that shows the violin was first crafted by Pueblo people and early Hispanic settlers in 17th century New Mexico.
The event is free, open to the public and lunch will be provided. RSVP to Kathryn Padilla, 505-277-2613.
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