Alexander Heffner, host of “The Open Mind” on PBS, comes to the University of New Mexico on April 30. His topic, scheduled for the Willard Room in Zimmerman Library at 5:30 p.m. will be on “Millennials, Media and the Future of Civil Discourse.”
The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs are now accepting nominations for their annual award to outstanding individual staff members and a workgroup at the University of New Mexico who have provided extraordinary service. To nominate someone...
Gregory Treverton, chairman of the United States National Intelligence Council discusses global security trends for the next two decades in a keynote speech for the National Security Studies Symposium at the University of New Mexico’s Student Union...
The University of New Mexico's Office of Academic Affairs has appointed Robert DelCampo, professor in the Anderson School of Management, as director of Innovation Academy. The appointment is effective immediately.
University of New Mexico Provost Chaouki Abdallah has invited four finalists, including William McGimpsey, Alan Rebar, Gabriel P. López and Robert Peterkin, for the position of UNM Vice President of Research to visit campus. Each of the candidates ...
The first event in the spring edition of the University of New Mexico’s Lightning Lounge, titled "Life and Death,” is set for Thursday, Feb. 5. Additional spring semester Lightning Lounge events are scheduled for March 19 and April 2. Each will be held at the Faculty-Staff Club from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The Lightning Lounge events are open to all faculty and staff. Snacks will be provided and a cash bar is also available.
The University of New Mexico's Provost Committee for Staff (PCS), under the direction of Provost Chaouki Abdallah, has chosen the recipients for the Academic Support Scholarship for Spring 2015 semester.
The University of New Mexico’s Center for Academic Programs and Support (CAPS), invites students, faculty and staff to participate in the grand opening of the new, CAPS Language and Writing Center. The grand opening is Wednesday, Jan. 14 from 3 to 4 p.m. in Education classrooms 208 and 210 (Building 67), just east of Zimmerman Library.
The Office of the Provost/Academic Affairs has reorganized the department that works directly with members of the University of New Mexico faculty. The Office of Faculty Affairs and Services (OFAS) replaces the Office of Faculty Contracts and Services.
Faculty, staff and leadership are convening to discuss the University of New Mexico’s public mission and how community engagement should be infused throughout the institution and be an integral element in shaping its identity.