Welcome to the Harvard Radcliffe Club of New Mexico!
Come join us!
We strongly encourage all of you making your home in New Mexico to join as members and participate in all the great activities we have planned here in the Land of Enchantment. Come meet our many accomplished and interesting alumni and friends while you participate in a behind the scenes museum tour, a bike ride across the Valles Caldera, or periodic hosted brunches in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. We arrange monthly events according to our membership’s interest and involvement. We take advantage of our unique environment - by holding wine receptions in Art Galleries on on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, architectural explorations, or tours of Physics Labs at University of New Mexico. We host lectures by professors on varied topics, most recently ranging from Black Holes to South American archaeological excavations.
Most of these events are free to members, and brunches or cocktails are pay as you go. We are an all-volunteer Club that also assists in getting New Mexico students to Harvard.
Get involved now: suggestions or hosts for events are always welcome!
We all look forward to meeting up with you and connecting as a community.
Diana Krumholz McDonald, PhD
Harvard College, AB 1977
Club President (as of 2019)
6:30PM Sun 8 Sep 2019 ( Timezone: Mountain )Come celebrate Dwight’s many years of service to the Harvard community of NM - he is flying out to NM just for us!
9:30AM Sat 14 Sep 2019 ( Timezone: Mountain )Walk through campus to see and hear about the original historic Pueblo architecture of John Gaw Meem
11:30AM Sat 28 Sep 2019 ( Timezone: Mountain )Hiking and rock climbing with our resident expert, Favia Dubyk, MD, at Los Conchas.
3:00PM Sun 13 Oct 2019 ( Timezone: Eastern )Lecture at the Albuquerque Museum, presented by the Albuquerque International Association
6:00PM - 8:00PM Thu 17 Oct 2019 ( Timezone: Mountain )Join us for a tour of the new exhibition at 516: “Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande” with special comments by 516’s Director, Suzanne Sbarge, and tour with the curator of the exhibition, Josie Lopez.