Berry, associate director of Facility Planning, has been
elected secretary of the Council of Landscape Architectural
Registration Boards (CLARB).
created in 1980 as an international non-profit association that
licenses landscape architects.
served as UNMs landscape architect since 1984.
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.
the board previously as president-elect and VP of Communications.
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.
of Maryland, is a professor of Electrical Engineering at the
United States Naval Academy. She has also taught at UNM.
J. Pope, associate director for the Office of Recruitment
Services, has been elected Albuquerque Human Rights Board vice
appointed a member of the board in March 2001. The Human Rights
Office deals with discrimination, fair housing and predatory
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.
one of only five United States members of German PEN, an international
association of writers, is an authority on dialectical German.
Smith, professor emeritus of Art Education, is serving as
art educator in residence at Buffalo State College in Buffalo,
Smith retired last year.
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.
was part of a symposium Comparing Faith-based and Race-based
Strategies for Renewing American Democracy sponsored by
Harvards Joint Program on Religion and Public Life at
the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations.