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Community Engagement

  1. Walnut-Madrid Bike Pedestrian, and Utility Improvements Project

    May 18, 2021, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ By Zoom

    The project in the Walnut-Madrid Corridor directly affects about 185 properties and anyone who uses the route. The overall purpose of this project is to promote pedestrian and bicycle connectivity which encourages alternate modes of transportation. The pedestrian and bicycle improvements route is 2.25 miles which begins at the northern intersection of Hadley Avenue/Walnut Street, continues north on Walnut Street, crosses the intersection of Spruce Avenue/Kilmer Street, continues north on Kilmer Street, east on Popular Avenue, north on Evelyn Street, west on E. Madrid Avenue, and ends near the intersection of Madrid Avenue/Solano Street. Utilities infrastructure to be improved along this route include a new water main along Walnut Street, from Hadley Avenue to Spruce Avenue, and a new water & gas main along E. Madrid Avenue, from Evelyn Street to Solano Street.

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Museum of Nature Science

  1. Science Café – Porous Polymers: Synthesis and Applications

    May 18, 2021, 5:30 PM @ To request a link please contact Stephanie at shawkins@las-cruces.org or go to zoom.us with webinar ID 87595949354.

    Porous polymers have a variety of applications that are dependent on material functionality and morphology. This presentation highlights applications using porous polymers produced through a templating approach. These fabricated ultrafiltration membranes have pore sizes in the range of 2-5 nanometers and exhibit both excellent resistance to deposit formation and high permeance of water, vastly outperforming conventional ultrafiltration membranes. They can be tailored to produce membranes for a wide range of applications including protein purification, water treatment, and food processing. Reza Foudazi, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at New Mexico State University. Dr. Foudazi’s research focuses on the use of porous polymers for water filtration.

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Thomas Branigan Memorial Library

  1. Murderous Reads Book Club

    May 18, 2021, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Online using Zoom

    We will be discussing the Carrie Bebris' "Mr. & Mrs. Darcy" series. Many of the books in the series can be found in the library's print collection. For more information and the Zoom link please email dduffy@lascruces.org

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