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  • [2012-08-24] Annual Report of the University, 1965-1966 

    University of New Mexico
    The annua1 report of the University of New Mexico for the year 1966 is devoted principally to the discussion of a problem which we believe deserves the attention of everyone with more than average concern for the affairs ...
  • [2012-08-24] Annual Report of the University, 1966-1967 

    University of New Mexico
    Among the most meaningful changes have been those occasioned by the student body. Foremost among influences upon the University has been the continuing rapid growth of the student population. In September, 1947, there were ...
  • [2012-08-24] Annual Report of the University, 1967-1968 

    University of New Mexico
    One of the tasks of a university president is to examine the strengths and weaknesses of his institution and, on the basis of this evaluation, recommend directions for the future course of the university. Accordingly, ...
  • [2012-08-30] Annual Report of the University, 1968-1969, Volumes 1 & 2 

    University of New Mexico
    At least once every ten years the University of New Mexico has a chance to see itself as others sec it. The opportunity is provided by its accrediting agency. Routinely every decade, the North Central Association of Colleges ...
  • [2012-08-30] Annual Report of the University, 1969-1970, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
  • [2012-08-30] Annual Report of the University, 1970-1971, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1971-1972, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
    The University of New Mexico campus during the past few years has reflected quite accurately academic life across the country. There have been spiraling enrollments, frustrations for students as well as faculty and ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1972-1973, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
    At the varsity level, our teams have competed in the following sports: football, basketball, track, cross country, baseball, tennis, wrestling, swimming, golf, gymnastics and skiing. Junior varsity teams played regular ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1973-1974, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
    While it may have appeared that higher education 'just growed" like Topsy during the 1950s and 60s, decades of unprecedented expansion, that was not quite the case. Granted, there was a scramble just to keep pace with both ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1974-1975, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
    INTEGRITY The campus turmoil of the late 1960s and early '70s was attributable to many causes, most of them rooted in the society outside the university. But whatever the events that triggered demonstrations and, in some ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1975-1976, Volumes 1-3 

    University of New Mexico
    As of October 1st, I will have completed my first year as President of the University of New Mexico. The job of a university president has been defined as combining the attractions of taking a stroll through hell in a paper ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1976-1977, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    The University of New Mexico again fielded intercollegiate teams in 13 sports in 197&-77 school year. Two individuals won national championships. One athlete won an NCAA Postgraduate scholarship and seven Lobo athletes ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1977-1978, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    The University of New Mexico intercollegiate athletic program made a major splash on the national scene in 1977-78 with 13 Lobos earning All-America honors and the UNM basketball team achieving its best finish ever. ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1978-1979, Volumes 1-4 

    University of New Mexico
    The national spotlight hit University of New Mexico athletics from several angles in 1978-79, but none focused as bright as the acquisition of the 1983 NCAA basketball finals. Hard work molded the dream into reality and ...
  • [2012-08-31] Annual Report of the University, 1979-1980, Volumes 1-5 

    University of New Mexico
    Athletics at the University of New Mexico sunk to the lowest of depths in 1979-80, but the turbulent year will also be remembered as the renaissance “a rebirth” for the department. Scandal of national magnitude struck the ...
  • [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. ...