noted as best value
recognized in Kaplan Publishings, The Unofficial,
Unbiased Guide to the 328 Most Interesting Colleges, 2004 Edition.
The University is noted as a school offering the best
value for your tuition dollar.
is the result of a national survey of high school guidance counselors
conducted by Market Measurement.
featured in a detailed two-page profile in the book, featuring
both institutional data and a description of student life -
in and out of the classroom.
about study abroad opportunities
of International Programs and Studies and Latin American and
Iberian Institute are hosting a study abroad information meeting
Wednesday, Sept. 10, from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. in Dane Smith Hall,
will be presented on programs in Europe, Australia, New Zealand,
Spain and Latin America. For information, call 277-4032 or 277-2961.
to resign in May
L. Smith, Ph.D., has announced he will resign as dean of the
Anderson Schools of Management (ASM) and School of Public Administration
in May 2004 to return to his faculty position in the ASM Department
of Organizational Studies.
dean for a decade and also served four years as associate dean.
Looking to the future and approaching the multi-year process
for reaccreditation, I believe that now is a good time to transition
to a new dean and leadership for the schools, Smith said.
Smith noted that during his administration enrollment increased
by 48.5 percent and the endowment quadrupled.
the Anderson Schools of Management faculty in 1980.
will rescue fans
Mexico will offer its Fan Rescue service during all home Lobo
Football games for the 2003 season, beginning Saturday, Aug.
30 at University Stadium.
Mexico and Town and Country Towing will provide free lock-out,
flat tire change and battery jump service following the Lobo
Football games in all official stadium parking areas.
or request assistance at the command post, located at the north
end of University Stadium or the Fan Rescue service vehicle
parked in the lot just outside the north stadium entrance gates.
is not required and the service is free.
security conference is Oct. 27-31
registration for the second annual Homeland Security/Combating
Terrorism Conference runs through Monday, Sept. 15.
will be held Oct. 27-31 at the Isleta Conference Center in Albuquerque.
co-sponsored by UNM, Sandia National Laboratories, and others,
honors the role of public service personnel who protect the
public from events like 9/11 and looks at New Mexico's efforts
to build a public health infrastructure and emergency response
capacity; as well as enhance hospital and health systems.
will include national guest speakers, dignitaries and special
Baca, Jr., at Sandia Labs, 844-5964 or visit www.nmhsconference.org/
to boost alcohol danger awareness
Campus Office of Substance Abuse and Prevention (COSAP) in conjunction
with The Albuquerque Partnership, a non-profit organization
dedicated to substance abuse prevention, has received a grant
from the United States Department of Education Office of Safe
and Drug Free Schools.
grant will help fund COSAPs effort to increase awareness
on the dangers of alcohol and underage drinking on the UNM campus
and the surrounding community.
one of 13 schools chosen to receive grant money out of 155 applications.
is extremely meaningful, said COSAP Director Jill Anne Yeagley.
lost a lot of teens last year and were not going to tolerate
it, Yeagley said. Our goal is to have an even healthier
and safer environment for the campus and community.