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Campus News
     
Your faculty and staff news since 1965
Current Issue: July 29, 2002
Volume 38, Number 2

Briefs

Women's stress course popular with UNM staff

Maya Magee Sutton, Ph.D, will teach the fall course "Stress Management for Women," an offering popular with staff past semesters.

The three-credit course will be held Tuesdays from 4-6:30 p.m. in Ortega 123. Sutton is the author of In Harmony, Resolving Stress, which will be the text.

For more information, call Women Studies at 277-3854.

UNM diabetes study needs participants

The UNM Department of Internal Medicine is participating in a nationwide, five-year diabetes prvention program for individuals age 50 and older.

The study will examine the effects of two medications to prevent diabetes. No charge and possible compensation.

Call 272-3870.

Advanced Materials lab celebrates 10th year

The 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Advanced Material Laboratories building will be held Wednesday, Aug. 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The building in the Research Park was built to create a collaboration between UNM, Sandia National Labs and TVI. Call 277-0477.

Learn about evening, weekend classes Aug. 13

UNM's Evening and Weekend Degree Program (EWDP) offers 45 degree programs aimed at full-time wage earners who want to continue their educations.

Learn more during an information session Tuesday, Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. at UNM Continuing Education, 1634 University Blvd. NE.
Academic advisors and admissions officers will be on hand to answer questions. Students can also fill out and turn in application materials.

Refreshments and free parking will be provided. Call the EWDP Office at 277-0896 to reserve a space.

Tamarind featured on Antiques Roadshow

The UNM Tamarind Institute will be featured on an upcoming broadcast of Antiques Roadshow. Taping for the show took place in mid-July.

Marjorie Devon, director of the Tamarind Institute, said the show will feature Tamarind’s commitment to lithography.

10th year of music prep for kids begins Aug. 17

UNM Music Prep School begins its tenth year of Saturday music classes for children from birth through sixth grade Saturdays, Aug. 17-Dec. 7 at the UNM Center for the Arts.
Call 277-8816.