Office issues vendor, travel revisions
Policy Office recently issued revisions to the Outdoor Vendor
Policy 2160 and Exhibit C of the Travel Policy which provides
per diem amounts for high costs destinations. Recent changes
made by the Internal Revenue Service result in increased per
diem rates for 191 destinations and the removal of thirteen
destinations from those that qualify as high cost destinations
under the travel policy. The changes are effective Jan 21.
commemorative service to be held Jan. 24
American Studies (AAS) will hold a commemorative service in
honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Friday, Jan. 24, from
noon to 1 p.m. at the Alumni Chapel.
celebration will follow at AAS, Mesa Vista Hall, rm. 4023.
pipe closes Redondo Drive
to repair a broken water pipe that crosses Redondo Drive between
the UNM Bookstore and Center for the Arts will keep that section
of Redondo Drive closed for several weeks.
visitors and patrons of Popejoy Hall and other UNM Center
for the Arts venues-as well as UNM faculty, staff and students-are
asked to plan their trips to UNM and their routes around campus.
Awards nominations due Feb. 14
for the UNM Provosts 2003 Outstanding Staff Awards are
due Friday, Feb. 14, to the UNM Committee on Staff Assessment
a permanent, current, non-faculty member of the staff, complete
the form and include a description of the nominees job,
service and initiative. A workgroup, such as an office, department,
division or section, is also eligible.
should be sent to Provosts Staff Awards, Susan Quintana,
College of Pharmacy, MSC09 5360.
the Frontiers of Space is the theme for the 20th annual
UNM Institute for Space and Nuclear Power Studies (ISNPS)
Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF-2003)
set for Sunday-Wednesday, Feb. 2-5, at the Albuquerque Hyatt
concerning the forum can be directed to (505) 277-0446.
to be honored by UNM General Library
General Library honors Professor Enrique Lamadrid, Spanish
and Portuguese, as the 2003 Faculty Acknowledgement Recipient
from the College of Arts and Sciences, on Thursday, Jan. 23
from 3-4 p.m. in the Willard Reading Room in Zimmerman Library.
a New Mexico native, will present, Tormentos del Coyote:
Hybridity, Essentialism, and the Perils of Inter-Cultural
is free and open to the public.