Program workshop offered
and staff are invited to attend an information workshop for
the 2004-05 Fulbright Scholar Program on Tuesday, April 29,
from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Roberts Room, Scholes Hall. The program
offers an array of opportunities for teaching, research and
study in more than 140 countries. Programs vary in length from
two weeks to a full year.
materials and further information are now available on the Internet
at www.cies.org, or in booklet form from the UNM Office of International
Programs and Studies, 272-4032.
deadline for most Fulbright programs is Aug. 1.
more information, contact Ken Carpenter, 272-4032.
American Heritage Month celebrated
Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) presents Salute to Liberty,
a free commemoration event to celebrate Asian/Pacific American
Heritage Month on Friday, May 2, noon to 1:30 p.m., at Keller
Hall, UNM Center for the Arts.
address will be presented by Norman Bay, visiting assistant
professor in the UNM School of Law. Cultural performances and
ethnic food sampling will round out the event.
information, call 277-5251.
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award nominations due
for the Jim Davis Staff Councilor Award for Meritorious Service
are due May 2.
the UNM Staff Council established an award in memory of Jim
Davis, long time UNM employee who exemplified service to the
council and the UNM community at large.
are now being accepted for current UNM staff councilors, councilors
with prior years of service or council committee members who
are not elected.
forms are available online at http://www.unm.edu/~stafcom/awards/jdnform03.html
ceremony will be May 20 at University House from 3 to 4:30 PM.
The regular Staff Council meeting will be held prior to the
event from 1 to 3 p.m. in Hokona Hall, The Theatre.
Staff Council office for details, 277-1532.
and Fitness Day set for May 21
calendars for May 21, which has been designated as Employee
Health and Fitness Day.
front of Zimmerman Library or in the courtyard on north campus. Fun
runs are set from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Health monitoring
checks, a walking program kick-off and giveaways are also scheduled.
at EHPP for more information, 277-5715.
expert offers workshops
recognized educational technology expert Alan November will
offer free public workshops and give a presentation Monday,
April 28, at the UNM College of Educations Technology
and Education Center (TEC).
Computer Learning Magazine named November one of the most influential
thinkers of the decade in K-12 technologies. November is well
known for applying humor and wit to help people think about
applying technology to improve learning for children and adults.
are set for morning and afternoon. Reservations are required.
The keynote address Fearless Learning, will be delivered
from 4 to 6 p.m. in Woodward Hall, rm. 101. No registration
are sponsored by the TEC. For more information, contact Shirley
Weaver at 277-0465. To register, visit: http://tec.unm.edu/workshops/index.htm.
Teacher of the
Year Awards set for May 7
the Center for the Advancement of Scholarship in Teaching and
Learning, presents the Teacher of the Year awards, Wednesday,
May 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. at University House. Outstanding
Teachers of the Year (TOYA) recipients for 2002-03 are Gordon
Hodge, psychology, and Michael Nakamaye, mathematics and statistics.
Lisa Broidy, sociology, is an honorable mention. Adjunct Teachers
or Lecturers of the Year (ATOYA) for 2002-03 are John Caffo,
Dan Wolne and Marisa Clark.
permit holders to see nominal increase
permit prices will increase for the first time in two years,
effective with 2003-2004 permits.
operation costs have forced us to increase permit prices,
said Josh Kavanagh, associate director of Parking and Transportation
Services, but we have worked hard to keep the increase
to an absolute minimum.
of faculty and staff permits will increase by five percent,
an average of four cents per day.
permit prices will increase by $5, and all other UNM permit
prices will increase by five percent. Faculty and staff permit
sales begin July 1. Payroll deduction permits for faculty and
staff will be automatically renewed. Payroll deduction customers
should check that their address with Human resources is current
to avoid delays in permit shipping. Permits will be shipped
deduction permit sales begin July 1 online at www.unm.edu/parking.
For information, visit www.unm.edu/parking.