Staff as Students! DEI Working Group! Nominate for Gerald May!
October 25, 2022
Staff as Students is October 31!
Staff Council is hosting the fall Staff as Students event for Spring registration on Monday, 10/31/22 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in SUB Acoma (SUB 3rd floor). Priority Registration!! Fees Waived!!
This is a smaller event than usual and we will not have departments tabling (other than Admissions and the Registrars Office), but we will have information available for departments who send their information to us to display. Email Staff Council for more information.
Staff who are unable to attend the event should use their @unm.edu email account to message DEPT_Update-L@list.unm.edubeginning Oct 24. The email should include the staff member’s name, term for which they wish to register for spring, and their UNM ID. Staff who attend Staff as Students in person will be the first to get their overrides; those who email will receive their overrides after the in-person event.
UNM Staff / Job Candidates & Justice-Involved Persons and Families
A Staff Council Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee working group invites those interested in sharing their thoughts on issues concerning incarceration and how the UNM community is impacted. This initial session is to create conversation surrounding the topics of education and employment of formerly incarcerated individuals, learn who the UNM community stakeholders are, listen to one another in a planned environment, with the ultimate goal of creating structured support from the UNM community.
Friday, November 4, 2022 - 1:30pm on Zoom
Gerald W. May Nominations are Open!
Do you know a UNM staff member who is an outstanding staff member who makes significant contributions to the University? Then please nominate somebody for the Gerald May Award. Each recipient receives a monetary award and a plaque. The awards are presented at a public ceremony in December.
Faculty & Staff Basketball Season Tickets 50% Off!
As a UNM Faculty/Staff and University Health System Employee, you can get 50% off up to two basketball season tickets! Call: 505-925-5626.
UNM is an Early Voting Location
The University of New Mexico, Student Union Building, Louie’s Lounge
Saturday, October 22, 2022, through Saturday, November 5, 2022
Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Visit other voting locations on: Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2022, 7AM - 7PM.
Same Day Registration
New Mexico law now provides the opportunity for people to register to vote or update their voter registration immediately before voting in a statewide election during Early Voting and on election day. Please bring a photo ID and a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, student identification card or other government document, including identification issued by an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo that shows your name and current address.
Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual - Policy 3415
Employees who are registered voters are granted leave with pay, at their request, and time off from University duties to vote in a governmental election, up to a maximum of two (2) hours. This policy does not apply to employees whose daily work schedule either begins more than two (2) hours after the polls open or ends at least three (3) hours before the polls close.
Would you like to volunteer and have some fun?
Fall 2022 University Commencement is Friday December 16, 6:00 p.m., at University Arena “The Pit”. Volunteer assignments vary in task and duration. We need volunteers between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. If you would like to volunteer to help, please go to https://signup.com/go/vhORgtz to sign up.
UNM Gives: Together, Stronger than Ever
UNM Gives United Way Campaign-Help People in our Community Through November 30
The UNM Gives campaign raises funds for the United Way of Central New Mexico, which supports nonprofit organizations in Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia, Torreon, and Santa Fe counties. In 2022, United Way awarded $2,044,633 million in grants to 57 nonprofit organizations and $400,000 to 20 nonprofit organizations in Santa Fe.
You can help United Way give back to our community with a pledge of just $1 per week. Your $1 per week donation supports organizations like Meals on Wheels, which change lives and make a difference. Continue reading to see how Meals on Wheels supported Angela and her son.
United Way supports: Meals on Wheels Low Income Food Enrichment Program
Angela works in home health care and cares for her son, who has Downs Syndrome, a heart condition, and diabetes. When preparing specialized meals for her son became difficult, she turned to Meals on Wheels for help. Thanks to the support you provide, Angela’s son can now microwave his own meals, allowing him to live more independently.
How can I help?
Take five minutes, visit the UNM Gives webpage and pledge $1-5 dollars per month. Donations can be made via cash, check, credit card, or payroll deduction.
When you make a pledge to the campaign, you will be entered in drawings to win art studio passes, WOW passes, basketball tickets, and other prizes. President Stokes and Executive Vice President Ziedonis will make a personal pizza delivery to one department on Main Campus and one department at HSC that contribute the most monetary donations.
Pledge today at the UNM Gives webpage!