Campus News - January 14, 2002
MBA program continues scholarships for staff
Open House set for Feb. 5
UNM and the Anderson Schools of Management (ASM) recently announced the continuation
of the Executive MBA program (EMBA). A scholarship offered to staff, co-sponsored
by Julie Weaks, vice president for Business and Finance, Dr. Philip Eaton, interim
vice president for Health Sciences, and Howard Smith, dean of the Anderson Schools,
demonstrates UNMs commitment to provide career development opportunities
The EMBA program, in its third year, is an intensive two-year program with
classes offered alternate weekends Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings.
The unique format is designed for experienced managers interested in a program
that doesnt interrupt their careers. Since its inception, four staff members
have received a full scholarship, while two others received book scholarships.
To be eligible for consideration, applicants must be full-time UNM staff currently
working in a management or supervisory position, and must be employed at UNM
for a minimum of three years prior to starting the EMBA program. The scholarship
recipient(s) must be able to meet the admission criteria for the program, which
includes having an undergraduate degree and at least three years of significant
For more information about the EMBA program, staff are encouraged to attend a special public open house set for Tuesday, Feb. 5 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Albuquerque Marriott. To reserve a seat, call the Management Development Center at 277-2525.
The deadline to submit a scholarship application is Friday, March 22. Additional information about the scholarship can be found on the Human Resources website under Whats New (http://www.unm.edu/~hravp/cardev/mba.htm).
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