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  • [2012-09-07] Annual Report of the University, 2000-2001, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 2001-2002, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 2002-2003, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 2003-2004, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 2004-2005, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 2005-2006, Volumes 1-7 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 2006-2007, Volumes 1-6 

    University of New Mexico
    "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, 2007-2008, Volumes 1-6 

    University of New Mexico
    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, 2008-2009, Volumes 1-6 

    University of New Mexico
    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 ...
  • [2012-09-14] Annual Report of the University, 2009-2010, Volumes 1-4 

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

    University of New Mexico
    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 ...
  • [2013-03-28] The Annual Research Lectureship 2009 

    Office of the Vice President for Research
    Selection of a faculty scholar to deliver the Annual Research Lecture is one of the highest honors the University of New Mexico bestows on its colleagues. The purpose of the lectureship is to encourage research and ...
  • [2007-09-20] Anomaly detection for HTTP intrusion detection : algorithm comparisons and the effect of generalization on accuracy 

    Ingham, Kenneth III
    Network servers are vulnerable to attack, and this state of affairs shows no sign of abating. Therefore security measures to protect vulnerable software is an important part of keeping systems secure. Anomaly detection ...
  • [2010-12-01] Another Accident 

    Stringer, Alan; Christie, Agatha, 1890-1976
  • [2011-06-06] ANP Resolution No. 42 - Biodiesel 

    General Director of the National Oil Agency - ANP; Diretor-Geral da Agência Nacional do Petróleo - ANP
    Establishes the specifications of biodiesel, which will be added to diesel in a 2% portion of the volume and will be marketed by all the authorized agents in the Country.
  • [2015-01-16] Answering the "Serious Constitutional Question": Ensuring Meaningful Review of All Constitutional Claims 

    Bach, George
    In 2012, the Supreme Court in Elgin v. Department of the Treasury clarified the standard that should apply when a federal statute purports to remove judicial review of all constitutional claims. The Court confirmed that, ...
  • [2015-06-26] The Ant and the Trap: Evolution of Ant-Inspired Obstacle Avoidance in a Multi-Agent Robotic System 

    Stolleis, Karl
    Interest in swarm robotics, particularly those modeled on biological systems, has been increasing with each passing year. We created the iAnt robot as a platform to test how well an ant-inspired robotic swarm could collect ...
  • [2007-04-13] Anthropological Report on Land Use: Pueblo of Sandia 

    Brandt, Elizabeth A.
    Sandia Pueblo is an Indian community located approximaaiy 13 miles north of Albuquerque, New Mexico on the east bank of the Rio Grande river, a few miles to the west of the Sandia Mountains. Archaeological evidence shows ...
  • [2010-08-02] Anthropology - Review Team Report 

    Anthropology, Department
  • [2012-06-28] Anthropology at UNM, 1928-1968: A Trial Formulation 

    Bock, Philip K.
    This essay will focus on sixty years of anthropology at UNM, but it should be remembered that the story of anthropology in New Mexico is a much longer one, involving many outstanding individuals and institutions. No ...