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.
Faculty members learned about how best to work with their program officers on Oct. 19th at Advance’s workshop entitled “Your Program Officer as a Guide.” Professors from across the university served as panelists, including Jane Lehr of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Lehr was previously employed at Sandia National Laboratories and the Air […] Read More
UNM faculty received mindfulness meditation tips from Vanessa Haye on Oct. 5th at a workshop hosted by Advance at UNM. Vanessa Haye, LPCC, a senior counselor and social worker at the UNM Counseling, Assistance and Referral Services (CARS), presented the benefits and tips of basic mindfulness meditation. Haye began with a definition of mindfulness. “Mindfulness […] Read More
Listen to representatives from the UNM Dean of Students Office talk about how faculty best can deal with students who are disruptive, disturbing or dangerous.
Recently promoted associate professors learned more about their new role and responsibilities Sep.14 at an orientation for associate professors hosted by Advance at UNM. At the event, associate professors were made aware of the resources available to them and were advised on how to transition to full professorship. Speakers included Julia Fulghum, director of Advance […] Read More
Cecilia Brooke Cholka, the Human Protection Specialist with the Office of the Institutional Review Board, explained current IRB processes and discussed changes to federal regulations on April 20 in the Advance at UNM space. She also discussed where the UNM IRB office is now after recent innovations. See our video below to learn more. View […] Read More
Faculty who experience inappropriate, biased or harassing comments from co-workers have five strategies for responding, according to Stephanie Goodwin, the director of faculty leadership and development at Wright State University. Goodwin taught the strategies, which can include disagreeing and questioning, at three workshops hosted by Advance UNM in April, including about 75 faculty and administration […] Read More
The UNM community honored psychology professor and director of Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Addictions Dr. Barbara McCrady’s work on April 4 at the 63rd Annual Research Lecture. Her lecture “‘Til Death Do Us Part: A Lifetime of Research to Better Understand and Treat Alcohol Use Disorders in the Family” focused on her career […] Read More
Although sexual coercion is the most talked-about form of sexual harassment, it’s not the most common form, Dr. Lilia Cortina told about 100 people at a presentation sponsored by Advance at UNM and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in March. Dr. Lilia Cortina discusses sexual harassment on March 2. She emphasized that sexual coercion is […] Read More
Julia Fulghum, director of Advance at UNM, tells the audience that each promotion path can be unique. Photo by Helene Walker / Advance at UNM Associate professors got advice and learned about resources for moving on to full professor during a panel hosted by Advance at UNM. Audience members heard about goal setting, understanding expectations […] Read More