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Your faculty and staff news since 1965
Current Issue: November 25, 2002
Volume 38, Number 10

Notables

Gil Berry, associate director of Facility Planning, has been elected secretary of the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB).

CLARB was created in 1980 as an international non-profit association that licenses landscape architects.

Berry has served as UNM’s landscape architect since 1984.

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UNM Continuing Education Training Development and Instructional Technology (TDIT) coordinator and instructor Martha Binford has been elected president of the American Society for Training and Development New Mexico Chapter.

She served the board previously as president-elect and VP of Communications.

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Delores Etter, honored early this year as UNM Distinguished Engineering Alumnus, has been nominated by President George W. Bush to serve on the National Science Board.

Etter, of Maryland, is a professor of Electrical Engineering at the United States Naval Academy. She has also taught at UNM.

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Harold J. Pope, associate director for the Office of Recruitment Services, has been elected Albuquerque Human Rights Board vice chair.

Pope was appointed a member of the board in March 2001. The Human Rights Office deals with discrimination, fair housing and predatory lending.

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Professor of German Studies Peter Pabisch has been named Distinguished Max Kade Research Professor and will serve as panelist and moderator at a conference at the University of Graz in Austria this week.

Pabisch, one of only five United States members of German PEN, an international association of writers, is an authority on dialectical German.

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Peter Smith, professor emeritus of Art Education, is serving as art educator in residence at Buffalo State College in Buffalo, NY.
Smith retired last year.

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Richard L. Wood, associate professor of sociology, gave a talk at Harvard University recently based on his recently published book, “Faith in Action: Religion, Race, and Democratic Organizing in America.”

The talk was part of a symposium “Comparing Faith-based and Race-based Strategies for Renewing American Democracy” sponsored by Harvard’s Joint Program on Religion and Public Life at the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations.