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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | March 12, 2024

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Explore how artificial intelligence can benefit nonprofit organizations at this March 21 event from Santa Fe Community Foundation.

March 17: Deadline for TEAM Fund applications
Regional Development Corporation’s Technology and Manufacturing (TEAM) Fund offers no-interest loans up to $20,000 to manufacturing and technology-based companies in Northern New Mexico.

March 19: Artists in residence studio visits
Head to the Institute of American Indian Arts for studio visits with the current IAIA artists in residence, Tamara Ann Burgh (Swede and Inupiaq-Kawerak) and Brian Walker II (Inupiat and Deg Hit’an).

March 20: Poetry reading with Serena Rodriguez
Santa Fe Community College library hosts a free online reading with poet Serena Rodriguez, the next speaker in the library’s Writing Generation series.

March 21: The entrepreneurial journey
Join Marc Harrell of online booking platform Rezo Systems at this free UNM-Taos Hive event as he discusses his experience as a tech entrepreneur.

March 21: AI uses and challenges in the nonprofit sector
The Santa Fe Community Foundation hosts this in-person and online event exploring how artificial intelligence can benefit nonprofit organizations, and outlining the opportunities and challenges of implementing solutions.

April 1: Deadline for Summer Physics Camp for Young Women applications
This free two-week Laboratory-supported camp will explore topics related to energy and energy security and offers Northern New Mexico students a chance to boost their understanding of how STEM improves the world through hands-on activities, demonstrations, tours, talks and a multiday hands-on engineering project. All are welcome to apply.

April 3: Virtual public town hall with Laboratory Director Thom Mason
LANL Director Thom Mason hosts an online town hall, in which he gives an update on the Laboratory and takes questions from attendees. He will be joined by Kathy Keith, director of the Laboratory's Community Partnerships Office. Stay tuned for details.

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