Since UNM and APS have aligned spring breaks this year, we compiled this list of things you can do with your little one over the break. Learn more about the mentioned activities below: 1. Rio Grande Arts and Crafts Spring Showhttp://www.riograndefestivals.com/festivals/spring/ 2. River Otter Awareness Day http://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/biopark/events/river-otter-awareness-day 3. Night Lights Albuquerque https://secure.nightlightsevent.com/code/12DAYS/event/sandia-speedway-spring-2019 4. Family Art […] Read More
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Poster provided by: NM Black History Month Organizing Committee Five faculty members who recently received tenure and professorships at UNM have been selected for 2019 Frederick Douglass Award. The award was created in 2011 by members of the Albuquerque Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., in collaboration with NM Black History Organizing Committee. […] Read More
“Bubble tea” inspired new drug delivery system UNM professor Heather Canavan sat in her office in the Centennial Engineering Building, still grossed out from a colonoscopy prep drink she had taken two days earlier as part of her treatment for breast cancer. The gallon of gunk she had to drink was so awful that she was […] Read More
Learn about resources the Center for Teaching & Excellence has to offer in our “5 Things To Know” video segment. Kimberly Fournier, associate director for the Center of Teaching and Learning, discusses some useful faculty advisement resources such as mid-semester survey assessments for faculty and teaching workshops. Stay tuned to our YouTube channel for more of […] Read More
Women faculty in UNM’s STEM fields can now apply for a variety of grants as part of the 2019 Women In STEM awards. The awards are supported by an anonymous gift made in 2015 to UNM to support research by and professorships for women faculty in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The income from […] Read More
How do you get the significant done in the face of the urgent? Learn about a few different reality-based approaches to semester planning with an Advance at UNM presentation by Kersti Tyson, UNM associate professor of the College of Education and Tryphenia Peele-Eady, UNM associate professor, director of College of Education Multicultural Education Center.
Makayla Grijalva Title with Advance at UNM: Multimedia intern Your background: Makayla is an undergraduate student pursuing a double major in Multimedia Journalism and Political Science. She is also working as the multimedia editor at the Daily Lobo and as a student intern at the New Mexico News Port. Prior to working at Advance, she […] Read More
This section of a presentation about “Social Media 101 for professionals and academics” looks at how educators can use social media in the classroom.
This section of a presentation on “Social Media 101 for academics and professionals” looks at how educators can use Facebook Groups in the classroom.
Teaching fellows showed off their new and improving teaching skills at the 2016-2017 Teaching Fellows Presentation.