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  • Mark Your Calendar for the UNM Staff Engagement Survey

    November 17, 2014 – December 5, 2014

    When the UNM2020 goals were announced, President Frank spoke about UNM becoming a destination university, a place where everyone wants to be. This is complex a goal, and it means more than just being one of the best places to learn. It also means being one of the best places to work. People are more successful in their careers when they enjoy what they do and where they work.

    Read the newsletter article to learn more. 


  • New Employee Development Classes Offered in 2015

    EOD is adding seven new classes to Learning Central in 2015.  Four new classes will be added to the Professional Development Program and three new classes will be added to the Passport to Leadership Program.

    Read the newsletter article to learn more. 


  • REMINDER: University-Wide Required Training

    The 2014 University-Wide Required Training has been loaded to all staff and faculty learning plans. The following are the 2014 courses (many employees may have additional training that is required): 

    • Preventing Sexual Harassment 2014
    • Basic Annual Safety Training 2014 

    Although employees have until the end of the year to complete the training, we encourage employees to complete all the required training as soon as possible. The 2014 training will no longer be accessible after December 31, 2014.

    Read the newsletter article to learn more. 


  • The 2014 Performance Review Schedule

    It is time to begin developing self-assessments and scheduling performance discussions. The Performance Review Form is used for self-assessments, annual, and probationary reviews.

    Read the newsletter article to learn more.


  • Raise Your "Paw" If You're In!

    UNM Staff Council Community Service Project

    “The Staff Council is participating in a community service project benefitting the Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico and invite you to join in the experience. They are recruiting volunteers to help out at the Food Bank on Monday, December 29, 2014 for one of the following shifts: 8:00 am - 11:00 am, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, or 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Friends and family are welcome to join in on the fun.

    Please RSVP to Mark Reynolds at no later than Friday, December 19, 2014. Please indicate what shift you prefer and include names of all volunteer participants in your party.”  



  • UNM Staff Engagement Survey

    November 17, 2014 - December 5, 2014

    For the first time in our history and across all campuses, we are tapping into the UNM benefits-eligible staff employee (staff working 20 hours per week or greater) knowledge base, for input on what we are doing well and how to make things even better.  Please Note: UNM temporary and on-call staff are not benefits-eligible.

    Read the newsletter article for more information.


  • Thanksgiving 2014 and Winter Break 2014 - 2015

    Holiday Schedule

    The University will observe Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28, 2014.  Winter Break will be observed from December 24, 2014 – January 4, 2015. Here is a complete list of other holidays observed throughout the year. 

    For more information about holidays, visit University Business Policies and Procedures #3405 (Holidays).


  • Wellness Events - December 2014

    Exercise Physiology Lab Blood Testing

    When: December 4, 2014 (First Thursday of Each Month)

    Time:   7:00 am – 9:00 am

    Where: Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Johnson Center, B-143

    Cost: Cholesterol testing costs $20 (full lipid panel), glucose testing is $12, and HbA1C costs $22 (cash or check only).

    Instructions: No appointment necessary. Eat nothing and drink only water for 12 hours before the test. If only getting HbA1C, no fast is necessary. Call 277-2658 for more information.

    Recreational Services Fitness Classes
    The WOW and Works pass are available to purchase now! Visit the Recreational Services website for the Fall fitness schedules.


  • Wellness Champions and Winners of Ola Ala

    Congratulations to “The Hawaiian Hula Hotties” for winning first place in the Employee Health Promotion university wide lifestyle campaign, Ola Ala!

    From Monday, September 15 through Friday, November 7, 2014, participants tracked their minutes of physical exercise and virtually travel through the Hawaiian islands.

    “The Hawaiian Hula Hotties” tracked 26,096 exercise minutes.  The “CS Lanakila” came in at a close second with 20,181 minutes and “Alaka’I” came in third with 18,314 minutes.

    Ho’omaika’i’ana (Congratulations) Hawaiian Hula Hotties!


  • December 2014 Training Calendar

    Take a look at the December 2014 Training Calendar to explore what Employee and Organizational Development (EOD) has to offer during the month of December.

    For more information, contact EOD via email: or by phone: 505.277.1555

    See the calendar in this month's newsletter


  • 10-Minute Crunchless Core Workout

    This workout will help you strengthen (and stretch) your abdominals, obliques and lower back--without performing a single crunch or sit-up!  Coach Nicole will take you through one short set of Pilates-style exercises (plus stretches) for a complete core challenge.  If you’re new to Pilates, we recommend that you watch our short Intro to Pilates video first. 

    If you are interested in more ideas customized for your work group, contact EHP. We offer a variety of stretching and strength building classes, including Stretch Away Stress and Ergonomic Stretch Breaks. We also sell resistance bands for only $15.