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Bond C would impact higher education across New Mexico

Bond C would impact higher education across New Mexico

October 10, 2016 — Whether it’s the new 137,000-square-foot Physics & Astronomy and Interdisciplinary Science facility in Albuquerque or the Career Technical Center in Taos, University of New Mexico campuses across the state are asking New Mexicans to vote on higher education to make a big impact on thousands of students.

UNM-Valencia lands tremendous HSI-STEM grant

UNM-Valencia lands tremendous HSI-STEM grant

October 10, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Education has awarded The University of New Mexico-Valencia campus a nearly $5 million Hispanic-Serving Institutions: Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics and Articulation Programs (HSI-STEM) grant.

UNM's Institutional Assessment Days scheduled for October

UNM's Institutional Assessment Days scheduled for October

October 03, 2016 — The UNM Office of Assessment hosts the second annual UNM Institutional Assessment Day (IAD). IAD is a university-wide initiative to receive feedback and gather information from undergraduate students about how well the University is doing in ensuring ...

Bond C to benefit UNM Branch Campuses

Bond C to benefit UNM Branch Campuses

September 29, 2016 — Among the decisions for voters this November is how to support higher education. Bond C is more than an opportunity for New Mexico’s students, it’s a way for local communities to benefit from more jobs and programs that support everyone from the elderly...

UNM-LA welcomes Sharon Hurley as associate dean of Instruction

UNM-LA welcomes Sharon Hurley as associate dean of Instruction

August 31, 2016 — UNM-Los Alamos has announced the appointment of Sharon Hurley as associate dean of Instruction. Hurley came to UNM-LA as an accounting and economics professor in 2003. She has served as the department chair of Business, Computer Science, and Information...

UNM-Gallup students attend Sen. Tom Udall Town meeting

UNM-Gallup students attend Sen. Tom Udall Town meeting

August 11, 2016 — New Mexico Senator Tom Udall invited members of the UNM-Gallup American Indian Business Association (AIBA) to a recent Town Hall meeting to help introduce the new CREATE Act, which would benefit local artists an business owners. The Comprehensive...

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