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  • Title IX Obligations for Faculty and Staff

    Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 has been traditionally known as a law that protects females in athletics. However, this law encompasses much more than just women in sports. In recent years, there has been a push to combat sexual assault and harassment on college campuses through Title IX. 

    Read the newsletter article to learn more. 

  • Employee Health Promotion Presents Ola Ala

  • Feedback for Employee Organizational Development (EOD)

    Share Your Thoughts

    Employee and Organizational Development (EOD) continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of UNM leadership and professional development.  We invite you to talk with us about your experience. 

    Read the newsletter article for more information. 


  • Wellness Events - September 2014

    Exercise Physiology Lab Blood Testing

    When: September 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 Fall pass will be available to purchase Mid-August! Visit the Recreational Services website for the Fall fitness schedules.


  • Preventive Health Days 2014

    Employee Health Promotion (EHP) is pleased to announce our annual Preventive Health Days screenings and activities. UNM encourages every employee at each participating campus to engage in these events and discover new ways to be healthy. Screenings include mammograms, blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and more. Participants will have the opportunity to receive wellness giveaways and other prizes. 

    Read the newsletter article to learn more.