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Current Issue: March 17, 2003
Volume 38, Number 16


Collins to lead LTERB

Scott Collins, program director in ecological studies at the National Science Foundation (NSF), has been named director of UNMís Sevilleta Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program, effective March 1.

He will also serve as a professor in the UNM Biology Department. Collins has been with the NSF since 1992. He also worked with the LTER Program at NSF and in various other capacities.

He helped establish the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis located in Santa Barbara, Calif., and develop the concept for the Natl. Ecological Observatory Network.

Lovell named associate controller

Associate controller Ava J. Lovell has been named associate controller for financial reporting and information systems in the UNM Controllerís Division announced William W. Britton, associate vice president and controller.

Lovell, certified public accountant, will assume responsibility for the new department of Information Systems (formerly FRS/Data Control), which includes management systems, and will retain responsibility for the department of Financial Reporting.

She has been with UNM since 1994.