Recent Submissions

  • [2013-04-16] African American/Black Climate Review Report 

    Hernandez, Daniel; Mitchell, Wanda
    In February of this year, I commissioned a study of our campus climate to assess the issues and concerns of the University of New Mexico’s African American/Black faculty, staff, students, and community members. The ...
  • [2013-04-16] UNM's Response to LFC Report 

    Office of the President
    The University of New Mexico would like to begin by thanking the Legislative Finance Committee (LFC) for the extraordinary time, talent, and thoughtfulness invested in researching and developing its Phase I report on ...
  • [2013-04-15] Higher Education Program Evaluation 

    Legislative Finance Committee
    On behalf of the Legislative Finance Committee (Committee), I am pleased to transmit the Higher Education Program Evaluation. The evaluation review team assessed governance, spending, and student outcomes at New Mexico ...
  • [2013-04-15] Higher Learning Commission Staff Analysis of Institutional Report 

    Appleson, Robert; Delaney, Katherine
    The University of New Mexico hosted a comprehensive visit in April 2009. At the time of the visit, the team report noted, “The institution is the midst of a near complete break down in trust between the faculty and staff ...
  • [2013-04-15] David J. Schmidly Reading List (2000-2007) 

    Schmidly, David
  • [2013-04-15] Deans' Budget Report 

    Office of the President; UNM Deans
    The following report represents the effort by the Deans to show two things: first, the impact of the 3.2% on the academic mission of their programs, second, to show, in the estimation of the administration and faculty of ...
  • [2013-04-03] UNM Travel Analysis, 2007-2011 

    Cullen, Andrew; UNM Department of Planning, Budget & Analysis
    The analysis of I&G and Non-I&G expenditures shows a clear decrease in spending from a peak in FY09 and FY08 respectively. The decrease in spending of I&G funds corresponds with the state budget reductions and overall ...
  • [2013-01-22] Expanding UNM's Role in Economic Development, Final Report 

    Office of the President
    Research Universities are now widely regarded as the linchpin to growing modern regional economies. As New Mexico enters its second century, UNM will be called on to play a new, larger, and more strategic role in the ...
  • [2013-01-22] Institution-wide Environmental Assessment and SWOT Analysis 

    Office of the President
    This assessment provides us with an honest and practical view of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats that we must keep in mind as we plan for the future.

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