The University of New Mexico



Contact: Susan McKinsey, 277-1989

February 10, 2006

Regents' Academic/Student Affairs Committee to Meet February 14

The Academic/Student Affairs Committee of the UNM Board of Regents will meet Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2006, at 9:30 a.m. in Lobo Room B of the Student Union Building.

In addition to the three Regents who are members of this Committee, other Regents may attend this meeting in a non-voting capacity.

Following the Approval of Summarized Minutes from the January 10, 2006 meeting of the Academic/Student Affairs Committee, there will be a Public Open Comment Forum, Comments from Regents' Advisors, the Provost's Report and the Report from the Vice President for Student Affairs.

The action item on the agenda is the New Undergraduate Degree in Health Medicine and Human Values.

Information items on the agenda Endowed Faculty Chairs; Government Employees on Loan; GPSA Resolution Concerning the Office of Graduate Studies; Report on the Office of Graduate Studies Task Force; Academic & Student Affairs Management Dashboard: National Profile; and Staff Council Update.

A copy of the agenda will be available at University Communication and Marketing (Cornell Parking Structure) at least 24 hours prior to the meeting, and on the web at'Agendas.htm no later than 24 hours before the meeting.

Individuals with disabilities in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified signed language interpreter or any other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in a Board of Regents meeting should contact University Communication and Marketing. Public documents, including the agenda and minutes, can be provided in various accessible formats and individuals who need accessible formats should also contact University Communication and Marketing.


The University of New Mexico is the state's largest university, serving more than 32,000 students. UNM is home to the state's only schools of law, medicine, pharmacy and architecture and operates New Mexico's only academic health center. UNM is noted for comprehensive undergraduate programs and research that benefits the state and the nation.