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Current Issue: May 12, 2003
Volume 38, Number 20

Photo Album

Retiree renaissance
Retirees Clarice Jenkins, Mary Smith and Ona Savage accept dues from cohorts at the first UNM Retirees Association meeting held recently at the UNM Research Park. More than 140 retirees attended and a board of directors was selected. They are: Scott Alley, Fred Chreist, Jean Civikly-Powell, Bill Fishburn, Karen Glaser, Joe Gonzales, Judy Griego, Clarice Jenkins, Velma Morgan, Sam Roll, Beulah Woodfin and Lee Zink. Photo by Laurie Mellas Ramirez


Honoring service
Regents' Professor Ted Jojola, School of Architecture and Planning, receives his 20-year service award from Barbara Wright, Faculty Contracts, at the recent 2002 recognition event held to honor UNM employees with 15 years of service or more. Photo byCarolyn Gonzales.


Author, author
Political Science Professor Joseph Stewart Jr., left, visits with Regent Sandra Begay-Campbell and School of Engineering Dean Joseph Cecchi at a reception held for the 2002 UNM published professors at the Maxwell Museum. Stewart authored the third edition of, “Can We All Get Along? Racial and Ethnic Minorities in American Politics,” (Westview Press, 2002). Photo by Carolyn Gonzales.


Championing children
From left: At the recent grand opening for the UNM Children's Campus for Early Care and Education, open to faculty, staff and students, New Mexico Lt. Gov. Diane Denish and Monica Martinez, campus operations manager, cut the ribbon for the new facilities. At right, Elena Aguirre, campus director, looks on, while Sarah Valles, program manager, helps children enjoy the festivities. Photo by Sabra Basler.
New Mexico State Senator Cisco McSorley chats with Mary Dudley, director of the UNM Family Development Program, during a celebration at Lovelace Hospital held to highlight the state's new immunization poster featuring photos from Dudley’s "Baby Love Book," one in a series of publications she authored to teach the importance of play in child development. The books feature New Mexico children. Photo by Diana Montoya.


Heritage revealed
Moumita Si, East Indian graduate student in the College of Education’s Organizational Learning and Instructional Technologies (OLIT) Program, performs “Rabindra Nritya” at a recent commemoration of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. The campus event was hosted by the Office of Equal Opportunity. Photo by Carolyn Gonzales.