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January 16, 2007

UNM Regents’ Advancement Committee To Meet on January 18

The University of New Mexico Board of Regents’ Advancement Committee will meet Thursday, January 18, 2007, at 3:30 p.m. in Lobo Room A&B of the Student Union Building on the UNM main campus.

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



  1. Call to Order/Comments from the Chair
  2. Opportunity for Public Comment (limited to 15 minutes)
  3. Action: Approval of Summarized Minutes (October 12, 2006)
  4. Outreach to the UNM Community and Stakeholders
    1. Presentation and Comment on Proposed UNM Marketing Strategies
    2. Introduction of new UNM Graphics Treatment
    3. Plans for introducing the 20th President of the University of New Mexico
    4. Alumni Relations Update
  5. Economic Development – Outcomes from “Economic Forum – New Mexico’s Future”
    1. Outcomes from “Economic Outlook Summit – New Mexico’s Future”
    2. Updates on the Economic Development Office at UNM
    3. Quality Organization Plans
  6. Legislative Priorities
  7. Report on the Robert Wood Johnson Center for Health Policy at UNM
  8. Mission and Role of the Regents’ Advancement Committee
  9. Next meeting is scheduled for April 5, 2007
  10. Other Business
  11. Adjournment

A copy of the agenda will be available at University Communication and Marketing (Cornell Parking Structure) at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. The agenda will also be available on the UNM web page 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.