The University of New Mexico recently hosted 25 teams for the American Cancer Society’s annual Relay for Life, and even though inclement weather forced the event to relocate, spirits remained high in support of university community members and others...
Thirty years ago, the first Relay for Life, hosted by the American Cancer Society (ACS), was held in Tacoma, Wash. Dr. Gordy Klatt walked and ran around his local track for 24 hours to raise money for ACS. His efforts raised $27,000.
The UNM Staff Council begins a new Brown Bag lecture series Friday, March 27 with “Emergency Preparedness: We Are All Stakeholders.” The lecture, scheduled from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. at the Faculty Staff Club, features UNM Emergency Manager Byron Piatt discussing emergency preparedness.
It takes day passion and dedication to make things better for the thousands of people working as staff at the University of New Mexico. At UNM it has taken a succession of impassioned people willing to build on the work of others to reach common goals for workers who function in a variety of work environments.
The City of Albuquerque and State of New Mexico benefit from the University of New Mexico’s community engagement efforts throughout the year. University staff members, faculty and students are engaged in a wide range of activities that benefit the...
The University of New Mexico Office of the President and the UNM Staff Council celebrated the 2014 recipients of the annual Gerald W. May Outstanding Staff Award recently. They are: Amy Hawkins, Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) for the College Enrichment and Outreach Program (CEOP); Rosemary Melendrez, UNM Police Department; Daniel Mulligan, New Mexico Transport Program and
Gerald May Awards Revised The Office of the President and the UNM Staff Council has announced the 2014 recipients for the 24th annual Gerald W. May Outstanding Staff Award. They are: Amy Hawkins, Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) for the College Enrichment and Outreach Program (CEOP); Rosemary Melendrez, UNM Police Department; Daniel Mulligan, New Mexico Transport