Richard Wood has been a sociology professor at the University of New Mexico since 2002. However, in the past couple of years that he has served in his biggest role yet — Interim Provost & Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs.
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Editor's note: This story has been updated with developments including the Committee on Governance faculty meeting Tuesday morning.
The next chapter of the University of New Mexico faculty’s effort to form a union will take place on Monday, April 29.
James Holloway was officially named the new provost for the University of New Mexico, according to an announcement made by the University last week.
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Why is full-time and part-time faculty organizing together such a controversy?
On Monday, April 22, the University of New Mexico Board of Regents will decide what to do about the University’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year, after rescheduling the vote twice before.
Winning Coffee — a coffee shop located in the University of New Mexico area — will be closing its doors after 24 years of business.
Kero Kero Bonito is one of those bands you come to know even less about the more you listen to their music. The image they create from each song becomes shattered on the next, and so on and so on.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will be giving the commencement speech for the Spring 2019 Commencement Ceremony.
An undergraduate student-government committee violated the New Mexico Open Meetings Act (OMA) during a meeting last week, according to open meeting experts.
Editor's Note: This story has been updated to correct information regarding conference standings and individual goal totals, as well as reflect the addition of Josh Goss to increase the number of UNM alumni from two players to three.
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Editor's Note: The University's official response submitted to the labor board can be viewed in its entirety here.
On Monday, University of New Mexico officials will be releasing their response to a petition signed by over 900 faculty members across all five campuses in support of the formation of a collective bargaining unit, which was filed under the name United Academics of the University of New Mexico (UA-UNM).
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The University of New Mexico Board of Regents held a special meeting last Thursday where members of the board, President Garnett Stokes and Chief Legal Counsel Loretta Martinez discussed a petition signed by more than half of UNM faculty members in support of the formation of a faculty union.
Over two years of intensive planning will come to a close on Monday and Tuesday, as the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) — the body in charge of the University of New Mexico’s accreditation — will perform a site visit on UNM's main campus.
A special meeting of the University of New Mexico Board of Regents on Thursday Feb. 28 at 1 p.m. will involve discussion surrounding many pressing issues facing the University. It will be the first meeting with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s five new appointees, who were approved by the New Mexico State Senate on Feb. 16.
State legislators have made reinstating the four sports cut by the University of New Mexico a mandatory condition in order for the UNM Athletics Departments to receive any state funding this legislative session.