The University of New Mexico’s Center for Collaborative Research and Community Engagement hosts the 2019 Research and Community Engagement Showcase on Friday, Oct. 25, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Travelstead Hall at The University of New Mexico.

The event is held to foster collaboration among researchers and to raise the visibility of the research being conducted in the College of Education. Researchers in the college explore issues across the lifespan that impact the daily lives of New Mexicans. The Showcase is an excellent “one-stop-shop” to learn more about the breadth of research being done in the College.

Topics studied form past showcases include parental drinking problems and children’s sleep, culturally responsive interventions for Latino families; ELL students with math difficulties, bone health in females with PKU, parental involvement, family cohesion, cultural values and engaging professional development.

By attending this event, students, faculty and guests will get a chance to hear, see and talk to researchers at UNM about their work.

For more details and to RSVP, email, call 505. 277.2231 or visit Research and Community Engagement Showcase.