fair returns to SUB
two-year hiatus due to reconstruction of the Student Union Building,
the 40th Annual ASUNM Crafts Fair returns to the SUB Ballroom
will be open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free.
More than 80 vendors will sell items such as jewelry, pottery,
ceramics, clothing, paintings and much more.
information, call the ASUNM Crafts studio at 277-6544.
Way campaign at midpoint
annual United Way campaign has reached mid-point and is nearly
half way to its goal of $221,000. To date, 444 faculty and staff
have raised more than $100,000.
a gift to the United Way and return completed pledge cards to
the Controllers Office, Scholes Hall rm. 251, by Nov. 21.
information, and to see a list of faculty and staff who won
early return incentives, visit http://unitedway.unm.edu,
or contact Patrick Vigil at 277-1593, firstname.lastname@example.org.
schedule available online
spring schedule of classes is now available on the Web through
the Office of the Registrar.
service careers showcased Nov. 20 at SUB
recruiters from more than 62 public service agencies will be
on hand for a Public Service Career Showcase in the Student
Union Building (SUB) ballroom Thursday, Nov. 20, from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
by the New Mexico Consortium of Career Educators and Employers
and U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the showcase
is on a two-day circuit and begins at New Mexico
State University (NMSU) in Las Cruces Tuesday, Nov. 18.
fair is in response to President Bushs Call To Serve Initiative,
said Mary Montaño, placement manager for the UNM Office
of Career Services.
is serious about recruiting the best and the brightest paying
close attention to diversity, Montaño said.
several workshops will be offered on topics such as Working
For America, Resume Writing and Interview
is open to anyone interested in service careers.
celebration set for Dec. 6
traditional African thoughts and ideals, UNMs annual Kwanzaa
celebration will be held Saturday, Dec. 6, at the Isotopes Park
is sponsored by UNM African American Student Services. Activities
scheduled from 7-10 p.m. include dinner, Kathy McGill and her
jazz band, poetry and the full Kwanzaa candlelight ceremony.
will be sold in advance with a limited number available at the
door. Tickets are $20 for the general public, $15 for educational
institution faculty/staff, and $10 for students with ID. Suites
are still available for $300 (each accommodates a maximum of
is a traditional holiday supporting the seven principles of
responsibility for self, family, community and the future of
the culture and nation.
American Student Services is committed to recognizing the differences
within the African American culture, appreciating other cultures
and promoting programs within the university and surrounding
community that provide a cross-cultural perspective, said
Jocelyn Gamble Mims, AASS senior student program advisor.
information, call 277-5645.