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October 8, 2020


Thursday, October 08, 2020

AT Career Panel: Women in Skilled Trades
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Join a dynamic group of speakers about Women in Skilled Trades. You can join here: Audio conference information +1-415-655-0001 US Toll Global call-in numbers Join from a video system or application Dial You can also dial and enter your meeting number. Panelist numeric password: 551005
QCNM Lunchtime
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Main Campus

Join us on Zoom every other Thursday, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. QCNM Lunchtime is an informal event where LGBTQ2SIA+ students, staff, faculty, and allies can drop in, eat, socialize, and meet people from around CNM.

Bring your lunch and come hang out! You can participate on a phone, tablet or computer by downloading the Zoom app. If you don’t want to download the app onto your device you can also participate by clicking the link below, which opens the Zoom meeting in a new browser window.

If your internet isn’t working you can still participate by calling the number provided below. If you get stuck, email Liz at

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 991 8709 9083

Passcode: QCNM_Lunch

One tap mobile +13462487799,,99187099083#

Mellon Humanities Grant Guest Speaker Andrew Taggart
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Zoom Virtual Event Link:

Speaker: Andrew Taggart

Title: The Liberal Arts During the Meta-Crisis

Description: The liberal arts confronts a world in the midst of a meta-crisis. As the Coronavirus pandemic unfolds, we’re witnessing the ways in which fragile systems--economic, geo-political, educational, public health, and technological--are not only interconnected but are also falling apart together. During this time, I argue, the liberal arts couldn’t be more important. I know this first-hand because my background in the liberal arts helped me to learn how to inquire into the things that matter most with others around the world. Yet to make plain its importance to culture, the liberal arts will also need to reinvent itself. It can do so, I conclude, by helping us to move beyond simply valuing critical thinking and critiquing injustices to embracing, while embodying, living wisdom.

Bio: Andrew Taggart is a practical philosopher. He asks and seeks to answer the most basic questions of human existence with others around the world. In 2009, he finished a Ph.D., left the academic life, and moved to New York City because he thought the most fundamental question of how to live needed to be brought back into our everyday lives. Each day he speaks via Zoom with business executives, tech entrepreneurs, artists, and other creatives throughout the US, Canada, and Europe about the nature of a good life. He is also the founder of Askole whose aim is to help technologists examine what, at bottom, they’re taking for granted. His ideas have been discussed in Quartz, The Guardian, Big Think, Wisconsin Public Radio, TEDx, The Washington Post, and elsewhere. He and his wife Alexandra, a painter, currently live in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Fast Track Information Session
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Students interested in a fast track to getting an associate degree in Business Administration (in 15 months) are invited to attend our upcoming live ONLINE information session. Register at:

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