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  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1980-1981, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    The year 1980-81 will forever be remembered as the year when athletics at the University of New Mexico began its return to success with integrity. The end of the year was marked by the state trial of former basketball coach ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1981-1982, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    The 1981-82 academic year began with Dr. Cynthia Hamilton as the new Director of Academic Affairs. Among the many activities planned for the year were the following: - series of noon lectures on campus - series of evening ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1982-1983, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    The 1982-83 athletic year could best be characterized as a vintage year for the women, and their first complete season under the auspices of the NCAA. It was also a neophite year for the High Country Athletic Conference, ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1983-1984, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    The 1983-84 athletic year could best be characterized as the second vintage year for the women. This was UNM's second complete season under the auspices of the NCAA, and the High Country Athletic Conference, although it ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1984-1985, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    This report summarizes significant events and developments at the University of New Mexico during 1983-84 when I was the University's president. It outlines important progress we have made and suggests work still remaining. ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1985-1986, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    Dear Colleague: Two months ago, on the eve of the supposedly tranquil days of summer, with one semester and three legislative sessions behind me and the 1985-86 budget virtually complete, the time seemed appropriate to ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1986-1987, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    The 1986-87 athletic season at the University of New Mexico was one for the record books. The lobos, both men and women, enjoyed one of their most productive seasons since intercollegiate sports began nearly 95 years ago. ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1987-1988, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR, 1987-88 A. Planning and Policy Studies completed "Highlights About UNM, 11 a compilation of positive facts about the University. This publication was conceived in Planning ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1988-1989, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    Significant Developments During Academic Year, 1988-89 A. Approximately one man-year of effort was devoted to analysis to detect possible gender or racial/ethnic bias in faculty personnel operations at the university. ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1989-1990, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    The alumni of a university significantly affect its present vitality and future strength. As part of the university's overall advancement effort, the alumni relations program is critical. It needs to be administered by ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1990-1991, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    Significant Developments During Academic Year. 1990-91 A. Continued to provide analyses of faculty salaries, estimate models for same, and search for bias caused by gender, race-ethnicity and age. B. Provided contributions ...
  • [2012-09-05] Annual Report of the University, 1991-1992, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 1992-1993, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 1993-1994, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 1994-1995, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 1995-1996, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    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 ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 1996-1997, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    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 ...
  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 1997-1998, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 1998-1999, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 1999-2000, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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 ...