undergraduate education programs
students win two Rhodes, two Marshall, four Truman and five
Freshman Learning Communities begin to enrich freshman
experience and raise retention.
Student Success Center created.
Preparation for University Research of Students in Undergraduate
Education (PURSUE) surpasses its goals.
staff support and development
and staff compensation remained a top priority on UNMs
legislative agenda reflecting a five-year plan to bring UNM
salaries into parity with those of the Universitys peer
Harvey Foundation Graduate Faculty Mentoring Award established.
Center for the Advancement of Scholarship in Teaching
and Learning (CASTL) opens, serves as central site for information.
Under the leadership of Provost Brian Foster, UNM developed
a Strategic Plan.
Gordon established the Committee on Staff Issues and Environs.
UNMs role in the state and beyond
made it a personal mission to raise the profile of UNMs
contributions to New Mexico. In recent years, UNM has been able
to sustain unprecedented levels of contract and grant funding,
reaching $235.7 million in FY 2001.
The $2.3 million ENLACE Initiative in Albuquerque -- a
community-wide effort to work across social, economic and educational
boundaries to address the needs of Hispanic youth and strengthen
the K-16 pathway.
With funding from the state legislature, nursing education
With state support, the College of Education invigorated
a host of teacher preparation programs.
The UNM Health Sciences Center, as a member of the New
Mexico Tribal Healthcare Alliance, was chosen one of eight locations
nationally to establish an American Indian Research Center.
Built on Latin American and Iberian initiatives and took
part in many more international collaborations.