Our mission in Southwest Studies is twofold:
1) to serve as a central resource for learning about the Southwest from humanistic, social, and scientific perspectives and
2) to provide opportunities to serve our various regional constituencies in addressing the issues they face.
Through research, educational programs, and outreach, we aim to provide students with the analytical, regional, and methodological lenses to better understand region and place.
Speaker: Dr. Brian Linkhart
(Colorado College Biology Professor)
"Mitgating the Effects of Fire Suppression in Pine Forests: How Forest Thinning Affects Populations of Flammulated Owls"
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 12:00 pm in Gaylord Hall, Worner Center
$17.00 (includes lunch)
NORMAN LECTURE AND SCREENING
DR. CHARLES RAMIREZ BERG-SENIOR PROFESSOR OF MEDIA STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-AUSTIN
Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 7:30 p.m.: "An Introduction to Film Appreciation"-Cornerstone Screening Room. Free and Open to the Public.
Thursday, April 3, 2014, 7:00 p.m.: "Latino Images in Film", Endowed Norman Lecture, Packard Hall. Free and Open to the Public.