The Mentoring Institute at UNM is pleased to announce its 10th Annual Mentoring Conference, A Decade of Cultivating an Inclusive Mentoring Community: Developmental Networks for Innovation, Achievement, and Transformation. This five-day event will take place Monday, October 23, 2017 through Friday, October 27, 2017 at the Student Union Building on UNM s main campus in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Mentoring Institute s Annual Mentoring Conference features 12 keynote, plenary, and round table sessions, 3 pre-conference workshops (master sessions), 1 poster session, and over 300 individual/panel presentations. We aim to host a broad constituency, including divisions of higher education, academic researchers, educators, community leaders, administrators, non-profit partners, government agencies, and other professionals.
Anita Obermeier published an article on Sir Dinadan and Humor Theory in a Journal on Medievalism, and also presented on Dinadan at a Conference in Germany
Sinae Kang and Natalie Kubasek were each nominated after an intensive selection process within the Department for campus-wide Dissertation Awards
Re-engineer your career, edit an award winning film or discover the use of creative tools to shape your own photos, videos, and music.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of New Mexico brings the challenge and excitement of university learning to adults age 50 plus who want to explore stimulating and fascinating subjects. Your membership in Osher means discovering new friends, new knowledge and new ways of bringing meaning and enjoyment to your life.
Learn everything you need to know to enter the world of non-profits and writing grant proposals. Learn More
Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more. Learn More
Thank you for your interest in applying to one of the many highly regarded graduate programs at the University of New Mexico. The links below provide more information on how to apply to our various graduate programs.
Please click the link for your program of interest. Review the application guidelines that correspond with the navigational links located on the left of the graduate application. If you have questions that are not addressed here, please use the contact information at the bottom of the application guidelines to contact the program directly.
An examination of the conceptual framework of accounting and the functions of accounting in a business-oriented society. Topics include valuation theory and its applications to assets and liabilities, concepts of business income, funds-flow analysis, problems of financial reporting.
Emphasis on application of behavioral science theory and concepts. Focus on individual, interpersonal and group processes in a diverse work force. Prerequisite: ENGL 120 or ACT English = 29 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing = 700. Restriction: admitted to B.B.A. program.
15 minute meetings to discuss career related topics. We can only meet with students during the time allotted for that day. Walk-ins tend to fill up - so please arrive early.
The Early Childhood Services Center (ECSC) is a component part of the University of New Mexico’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Services. Funded by the State of New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) and the Public Education Department, ECSC provides the following services on behalf of the children of New Mexico.
The NewMexicoKids Network helps every local community throughout New Mexico more effectively address its early childhood care and education issues and services.
For the most current admissions deadlines and requirements, degrees offered, and specific course requirements for each program, please click on the Website Application Guidelines link to the appropriate department. For Interdisciplinary Programs , please go to the corresponding page. You may also want to contact the graduate advisor or faculty graduate director for your program. Go to Unit Graduate Advisors for contact names.
Athletic Training: Susan McGowan
Exercise Science: Ann Gibson
Physical Education: Glenn Hushman
Sports Administration: John Barnes
We are devotees of the word. We celebrate powerful writing, and aim to bring more of such writing into the world. This mission embraces everything we do, from freshman composition instruction to the most advanced research.
We offer three areas of study literature and language, creative writing, and rhetoric and writing and a diverse array of elective courses so you can pursue what interests you. A degree in English will help you develop advanced skills in writing, interpretation, and critical thinking. These foundational skills are valued by employers of all kinds and vital to a 21 st century career.