8/19/15 - Dr. Timothy Graham, Professor of HIstory and Director of the Institute for Medieval Studies, has been named a Regents' Professor in the 2015 cycle. Regents' Professor is a special title bestowed on selected senior faculty members who, in the judgement of the Dean and on the advice of a faculty selection committee, merit recognition of their accomplishments as teachers, scholars, and leaders both in University affairs and in their national/international professional communities. These appointments will be made to full professors for terms of three years. Congratulations to Dr. Graham!
3/16/15 - Emerita Professor of English Helen Damico, founder of UNM’s Medieval Studies programs and the first Director of the Institute for Medieval Studies, has been elected as a Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America, the premier professional organization for those who study the Middle Ages. She was inducted on Saturday, March 14, during the Medieval Academy’s annual meeting held at the University of Notre Dame. Congratulations to Dr. Damico on this outstanding honor!
Dr. Jonathan Davis-Secord
Thursday, September 3, 12:30-1:45 p.m.
English Department Library, Humanities 324
“Desert Mothers in the Wilderness of Egypt, Past and Present”
Heba Sharobeem, Alexandria University, Egypt
Wednesday, October 14, 12:00–1:15 p.m.
History Department Commons, 1104 Mesa Vista Hall
“Ravenna: Springboard of Europe”
Judith Herrin, Emerita, King’s College London
Monday, October 19, 6:00–7:15 p.m.
Science and Math Learning Center, Room 102 (Auditorium)