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Banner PROD Maintenance this Saturday, 4/29/17

***Banner PROD down for Maintenance this Saturday, 4/29/17*** The Production Banner Database will be down until roughly noon as we install critical Oracle PSU updates. During this time, ALL Production Banner services will be unavailable. Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any […]

San Juan 1930 Pottery Revival

A new pottery style emerged in the 1930’s under the direction of Regina Cata, a woman of Spanish decent who had married into the pueblo.  According to a friend of Regina’s Maurine Grammer it was the superintendent of the Santa Fe Indian School, Chester Faris who encouraged Regina to revive pottery making at the San Juan Pueblo. Regina organized a group of women […]

San Ildefonso Potters Maria and Julian Martinez

Maria Martinez is considered one of the most famous of all the pueblo potters. She learned to make pottery from her aunt Nicolasa. By the age of thirteen Maria had acquired exceptional skill in making pottery. She married her husband Julian in 1904, he was an acknowledged painter. They spent their honeymoon demonstrating pottery at […]

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CS Maintenance for Thursday, April 13th

Beginning at 9:00 PM, Employee, lab and TEC Classroom PCs and Macs will receive several critical security updates for several software packages. Employees are encouraged to log off but leave their computers on when leaving work for the day. This will assist the installation of these patches and minimize any impact. Computing Services thanks you […]

To Do List

It is a wonderful feeling when you have a list of jobs that need to be done and you can cross some of them off your list! That is exactly what I did this last week; I crossed off a few items from my list at the museum. Inventory sheets for the vessels in the […]

Beware of phishing attempts targeting the ASU campus

It has been a while since Computing Services sent a reminder regarding phishing and scam emails. Phishing emails are malicious emails where the attacker will pose as a legitimate organization to attempt to trick you into clicking on malicious links, download attachments, and could possibly lead to disclosing your personal information. Following are the steps […]

Grizzly track stars sprint to the Olympics (07-13-2016)

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