This is a collection of UNM's yearly academic and financial summaries dating back to 1935.

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  • [2012-09-14] Annual Report of the University, 2010-2011, Volumes 1-5 

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    DEPARTMENTAL MISSION • To recruit, evaluate, and admit qualified students to UNM, including beginning freshman, transfer, returning, non-degree, international, and graduate applicants; • To provide information about UNM ...
  • [2012-09-14] Annual Report of the University, 2009-2010, Volumes 1-4 

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    The enrollment management division outlined an ambitious set of goals for academic year 2009/2010. Many of the goals have been completed, some are in progress to be completed by the beginning of this fall, and some have ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2008-2009, Volumes 1-6 

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    Division of Enrollment Management 2008-2009 Goals and Accomplishments • Enrollment Results: Broke the funding formula 3% "enrollment band" in 2009. This had not been done since 2003. Increased Fall 2008 new freshmen by ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2007-2008, Volumes 1-6 

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    Project Summary and Goals Historically, affirmative action policies have evolved from initial programs aimed at providing equal educational opportunities to all students, to the legitimacy of programs that are aimed at ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2006-2007, Volumes 1-6 

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    "LUX HOMINUM VITA" reads the University of New Mexico medallion that was presented to me at my inauguration as president. Translated "light is the life of man:• our UNM motto bids us to enlighten all who are part of the ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2005-2006, Volumes 1-7 

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    PROPOSED POLICIES The Office of Government & Community Relations is in charge of advancing the University's interests at all levels of federal, state and local government. The following policy guidelines for working ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2004-2005, Volumes 1-5 

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    The Anderson Schools of Management At the Robert O. Anderson School and Graduate School of Management (Anderson) we are committed to: (1) shaping the character and intellect of the next generation of business leaders, ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2003-2004, Volumes 1-4 

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    Center for Academic Program Support Annual Report 2003-2004 Submitted by Karen R. Olson Significant Developments As of July 1, 2003, the Center for Academic Program Support separated administratively from the General ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2002-2003, Volumes 1-3 

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    UNM Annual Report for Academic Year 2002-2003 For The Robert O. Anderson Schools of Management and the School of Public Administration Growth and excellence were the themes highlighting the story of The Anderson Schools ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2001-2002, Volumes 1-4 

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    VITAL ACADEMIC CLIMATE* by Brian Foster, Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs A great university engages students and faculty fully in important ideas and issues ... not just to learn about them, but to take ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2000-2001, Volumes 1-4 

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    Message from the President Thank you for joining me in this look back over the past year at the University of New Mexico. It was a year filled with activity, accomplishment and challenge, and this is our opportunity to ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 1999-2000, Volumes 1-4 

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    The Robert O. Anderson School and Graduate School of Management at The University of New Mexico Period of Report: July 1, 1999 to June 30, 2000 Submitted by Howard L. Smith, Dean The Anderson Schools of Management is ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 1998-1999, Volumes 1-4 

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    Dean's Report The Anderson Schools of Management faculty and staff continue to provide high quality BBA and MBA degrees while developing the ASM faculty's reputation as research scholars. We are also playing an important ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 1997-1998, Volumes 1-4 

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    DEAN'S REPORT The 1997-98 academic year was an important one for the Anderson Schools of Management. The Anderson Schools' faculty, staff and students made significant progress toward meeting the Anderson Schools' goals, ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 1996-1997, Volumes 1-5 

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    1. Significant Developments During the Academic Year 1995-96 During much of this time, the main galleries were closed due to the extensive renovations of the performing arts spaces and the shared lobby area in the Fine ...
  • [2012-09-05] Annual Report of the University, 1994-1995, Volumes 1-4 

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    DEMONSTRATING THE STRENGTH OF DIVERSITY A walk around the UNM campus as students change classes demonstrates UNM's commitment to diversity. Students and professors from a variety of ethnic backgrounds crowd the sidewalks ...
  • [2012-09-05] Annual Report of the University, 1993-1994, Volumes 1-4 

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    In the 1993-94 Western Athletic Conference men's composite rankings, New Mexico finished third for the second consecutive year. It's only the fourth time in the past 11 years that New Mexico finished lower than second. ...
  • [2012-09-05] Annual Report of the University, 1992-1993, Volumes 1-4 

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    SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS Preparation, approval by President Peck, delivery to NMCHE of UNM's response to House Memorials 38 and 25 (on minorities and women). Development and packaging of a presentation on minorities at ...
  • [2012-09-05] Annual Report of the University, 1991-1992, Volumes 1-4 

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    SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS The directors' administrative evaluation took place. The evaluation committee's report was filed in the President's office. Arrangements were made to have the computer programs for USC Faculty ...
  • [2012-09-05] Annual Report of the University, 1995-1996, Volumes 1-5 

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    The Academic Services Units which report to the Associate Provost share the responsibility of maintaining and developing the institution-wide infrastructure without which the instructional programs of the University could ...

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