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Bowes, S. Gregory – Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 1997
Presents institutional profiles of New Mexico's 17 two-year colleges, extolling the diversity in size, scope, governance structures, and students. Includes information on the colleges' missions, programs, students, and funding. Discusses future key issues such as educational cooperation and the need for a statewide community college system. (AJL)
Descriptors: Background, College Students, Community Colleges, Diversity (Institutional)
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Kaufman, Arthur; And Others – Academic Medicine, 1989
The University of New Mexico established an innovative learner-centered, problem-based, community-oriented medical education program that runs parallel to the traditional program. The programs both fostered acceptance of the experiment and permitted comparison of results. The innovation resulted in higher achievement and reinforced interest in…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Change Strategies, Comparative Analysis, Educational Change
Dolman, Geoffrey, Jr.; Kaufman, Norman S. – 1985
Part of a series intended to highlight implications for educational planning of the changing demography of the Southwestern United States, this report on New Mexico indicates that the greatest population growth in the next 20 years will occur among minority populations, whose rates of postsecondary educational attainment and socioeconomic status…
Descriptors: American Indians, Articulation (Education), Asian Americans, Blacks
Cage, Mary Crystal – Chronicle of Higher Education, 1989
Minority politicians who believe that colleges have ignored them in the past are winning political posts that are crucial for higher education and are using their new power. The ethnic composition of the faculty at the University of New Mexico has been the target of legislators in the last year. (MLW)
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, College Faculty, Faculty Recruitment, Higher Education
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Lamb, Lloyd; Wilcox, Phyllis – Sign Language Studies, 1988
Describes the long process through which American Sign Language (ASL) was accepted in fulfillment of the foreign-language requirement at the University of New Mexico. It was discovered the mutual discovery and sharing of facts about ASL in the long deliberations proved effective. (CB)
Descriptors: American Sign Language, College Credits, Deafness, Higher Education
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Rogers, Everett M.; Hall, Brad; Hashimoto, Michio; Steffensen, Morten; Speakman, Kristen L.; Timko, Molly K. – Journal of Higher Education, 1999
A study of 55 research centers at the University of New Mexico investigated the nature of the typical center, why funding has risen during the 1990s, reasons for founding the centers, the director's role, how university-based research centers transfer technology to private companies and other organizations, and what determines program…
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, Administrator Role, Case Studies, Financial Support
Habermann, Mary Jean – 1997
The report describes the rationale for and history of an exchange program for Nuevo Leon (Mexico) and New Mexico bilingual education teachers. The program evolved from the need to help Spanish-speaking students maintain their own language and culture while in the United States. New Mexico's state policy concerning language-minority children and…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Cultural Awareness, Educational Policy, Elementary Secondary Education
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Madsen, Rex E. – Utah Law Review, 1975
The Tenth Circuit Court affirmed that the University of New Mexico must comply with an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOC) subpoena for personnel records. The author concludes after examining the case that the court's decision will probably not have an enduring effect in defining employee privacy interests and EEOC access to records. (JT)
Descriptors: Confidential Records, Constitutional Law, Court Litigation, Higher Education
Lichtenstein, Marsha – 2002
Most existing research suggests that financial aid has a positive effect on minority student persistence although there are few multivariate studies that analyze the benefits of financial aid to Hispanic undergraduates at four-year colleges. This study used path analysis to evaluate the strength of various predictors of student persistence,…
Descriptors: Academic Persistence, College Students, High School Graduates, Higher Education
New Mexico Commission on Higher Education. – 1998
This report presents recommendations of the New Mexico Commission on Higher Education for capital projects for fiscal year 1998-99 in New Mexico's public four-year and two-year postsecondary institutions, vocational-technical institutes, and constitutional special schools (for the deaf, the visually handicapped, and the New Mexico Military…
Descriptors: Budgeting, Capital Outlay (for Fixed Assets), Community Colleges, Disabilities
Diaz, Porfirio R. – 1987
National and state comparisons of tuition and fee charges, as well as various policy options presented to the New Mexico Commission on Higher Education, are provided. An introduction to tuition and fee calculation is followed by definitions of tuition, required student fees, and student residency status. A study of tuition and fees at New Mexico…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Fees, Financial Policy, Higher Education
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Wiley, Elnora – 1976
Institutional research on enrollment at New Mexico State University looks at enrollment status, geographic origin, legal residence, minority background, and level of students. Data is submitted by each institution to the Board of Educational Finance each fall. The statistics are taken from summary data. (Author/KE)
Descriptors: Enrollment, Ethnic Distribution, Females, Higher Education
New Mexico State Univ., Las Cruces. – 1980
The Indian Resources Development and Internship (IRDI) Program marked its fifth year by continuing to assist Indian tribes in developing a managerial, professional, and scientific corps of American Indians through college academic education and related practical work experience. Participants attended universities and pursued majors of their…
Descriptors: American Indian Education, American Indians, College Preparation, College School Cooperation
Peca, Kathy – 1994
The Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU) School of Education offers an educational administration program for students seeking a master's degree or licensure in educational administration. Most of the students are teachers from New Mexico and surrounding states who plan to become administrators at small and rural schools. In 1987, the New Mexico…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Administrator Effectiveness, College School Cooperation, Educational Administration
Journal of Aerospace Education, 1974
Cites the teacher certification requirements of states for aviation teachers as a way of assisting high school administrators and teachers in determining proper qualifications for teaching aviation courses. Special attention is directed to Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Oregon, New Mexico and Texas for their reasonable but different approaches to…
Descriptors: Aerospace Education, Credentials, Higher Education, Instruction
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