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ASUNM Student Special Events (SSE) is the branch of student government (ASUNM) that provides the University of New Mexico with multicultural, diverse events that include concerts, speakers, a spring festival (Fiestas), and community outreach activities. For an idea of what types of events SSE produces, please go to our events section.

 

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Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards Applications


Lower level

The Student Activities Center has opened the Lobo Leadership and Involvement Award Applications. The applications are available on their website: http://sac.unm.edu and the deadline is February 7th, 2022. Awardees will be recognized at a reception on March 8th, 2022. The Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards are given to recognize students who have taken leadership roles on campus and been involved with organizations, activities, and events. To be eligible, students must have at least a 2.5 GPA, earned 60+ credit hours (graduate students are eligible), and been involved in campus life.

For more information about the awards, please reach out to the Student Activities Center at 505-277-4706.

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Red Party with Red Light Cameras and Slums of Harvard


Ballrooms A&B

Red Party is a Welcome Back concert with local bands Red Light Cameras (webpage) and Slums of Harvard (webpage). It will take place on Thursday, January 20th at 7:00 pm in the SUB Ballroom. Admission is free, but proof of vaccination or negative covid test within the past 72 hours is required. Current students may show their Lobo ID as proof. For more information about the event, please contact ASUNM Student Special Events at 505-277-4706 or sse@unm.edu.

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Emerging Lobo Leaders (ELL) Applications Due


Lower level

ASUNM Emerging Lobo Leaders is a leadership and involvement program run by students. 40 students will be guided through a leadership curriculum to learn about the principles and practices of good leaders. Students will also be matched up with and student mentor in ASUNM Student Government. This program is an excellent way to gain new skills, get connected to involvement opportunities, and meet other great students. Applications and more information is available on their website at http://ell.unm.edu. The deadline for applying for the Spring 2022 class is Sunday, January 23rd.

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Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards Applications


Lower level

The Student Activities Center has opened the Lobo Leadership and Involvement Award Applications. The applications are available on their website: http://sac.unm.edu and the deadline is February 7th, 2022. Awardees will be recognized at a reception on March 8th, 2022.The Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards are given to recognize students who have taken leadership roles on campus and been involved with organizations, activities, and events. To be eligible, students must have at least a 2.5 GPA, earned 60+ credit hours (graduate students are eligible), and been involved in campus life. For more information about the awards, please reach out to the Student Activities Center at 505-277-4706.

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Hypnotist - Larry Volz


Ballroom C

ASUNM Student Special Events is hosting Comedic Hypnotist Larry Volz on Thursday, January 27th at 7:30 pm in SUB Ballroom C. Admission is free with a UNM ID. Proof of vaccination is required (Lobo ID is sufficient).

The hilarious hypnotism of Dr. Larry Volz (Youtube Video) has amazed and amused over a million people world-wide on Holland America, Premier, Celebrity, Cunard and Radisson Seven Seas Cruise Lines. He has been featured on Fox television, the ABC and CBS evening news, and in the John Regan film “The Flock.” Larry has traveled to Japan where he appeared on two episodes of the Nation’s top television show with Taka and Nori and hypnotized 20 Japanese celebrities through a translator. He has opened for Randy Travis at the Virginia State Fairgrounds for a crowd of over 45,000 people. Volz has entertained for Disney, King’s Dominion, Busch Gardens, and for numerous corporate clients on such stages as the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, Magic Island, Houston, and Rockefeller’s own Williamsburg Theatre. Larry is a master hypnotist with a degree in clinical hypnosis from the Eastern Institute of Hypno Therapy and is a certified Hypnosis for Childbirth instructor. His undergraduate degree is in biochemistry and psychology. Larry is also an award-winning magician who’s won accolades for excellence in stage magic from the International Brotherhood of Magicians and The Society of American Magicians.

For more information about this event, contact ASUNM Student Special Events at 505-277-4706 or sse@unm.edu.

Brianna Edey.jpg

Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards Applications


Lower level

The Student Activities Center has opened the Lobo Leadership and Involvement Award Applications. The applications are available on their website: http://sac.unm.edu and the deadline is February 7th, 2022. Awardees will be recognized at a reception on March 8th, 2022.The Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards are given to recognize students who have taken leadership roles on campus and been involved with organizations, activities, and events. To be eligible, students must have at least a 2.5 GPA, earned 60+ credit hours (graduate students are eligible), and been involved in campus life. For more information about the awards, please reach out to the Student Activities Center at 505-277-4706.

Brianna Edey.jpg

Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards Applications


Lower level

The Student Activities Center has opened the Lobo Leadership and Involvement Award Applications. The applications are available on their website: http://sac.unm.edu and the deadline is February 7th, 2022. Awardees will be recognized at a reception on March 8th, 2022.The Lobo Leadership and Involvement Awards are given to recognize students who have taken leadership roles on campus and been involved with organizations, activities, and events. To be eligible, students must have at least a 2.5 GPA, earned 60+ credit hours (graduate students are eligible), and been involved in campus life. For more information about the awards, please reach out to the Student Activities Center at 505-277-4706.

 

Weekly Volunteer Meetings

SSE is planning for an exciting Fall 2021 semester! We will announce volunteer meetings soon!


Weekly Staff Meetings

SSE holds weekly staff meetings.  This meeting is for co-sponsorship presentations and planning. The dates and time (and location) will be announced here.


Co-Sponsorship Form

Click Here to download the form for Co-Sponsorship (Word Document)  You must also present your request at a staff meeting.

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