Five Things To Know
“As we know, we have had several months of very challenging different circumstances that we’re dealing with here in this pandemic,” said UNM alumna Maria Guy, a senior partner with Giant Worldwide. “It’s important to lead ourselves — to be aware.” In this video, Guy covers the five gears she recommends to use throughout […] Read More
In this video, Dr. Angela Catena, Title IX coordinator at UNM, explains the changes made to Title IX effective August 14, 2020 that UNM faculty should know about. The Department of Education released its final regulations under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 on Wednesday, May 6, 2020. The Department of Education is giving […] Read More
Kim Fournier, Associate Director for UNM Center for Teaching Excellence, and Stephanie Spong, Associate Director of UNM’s Center for Digital Learning, give tips and recommendations on how to best transition to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ever wonder about how far faculty should go in trying the reduce the stress of their students? Dr. Stephanie McIver provides some insight to how to manage this.
In this video, Anthony Salvagno, who teaches a class in communicating science at UNM and is an educator at Explora, gives tips and tricks on how to make science and research communications and presentations more effective. Salvagno also provided some worksheets to help scientists communicate to the public: kit elevator pitch worksheet
Courtesy of Explora
Associate Dean of Research and biology professor Tom Turner and Architect and Project Manager from Van H. Gilbert Architects Michael Borowski showed all the features the new Physics, Astronomy and Interdisciplinary Sciences building (PAIS) has to offer. “It really does create something that we think is really going to take research and education and training to […] Read More
UNM lecturers Dr. Sushilla Knottenbelt and Dr. Aurora Pun share the benefits of a flipped classroom and offer tips to how it can be achieved. “I was finding that students are having trouble learning, and so I wanted to see how I could change focusing on how students learn versus lecturing,” Pun said. A flipped […] Read More
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-day3. Night Lights Albuquerque https://secure.nightlightsevent.com/code/12DAYS/event/sandia-speedway-spring-20194. Family Art Workshopshttps://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/albuquerque-museum/events/family-art-workshops5. Seasons of Growthhttps://www.indianpueblo.org/centerevent/seasons-of-growth-garden-series-2/6.Aquarium Overnight […] 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 our […] Read More