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UNM Air Force ROTC Commissions Cadets
May 27, 2020
The UNM Air Force ROTC held a virtual commissioning ceremony for it's 11 graduating cadets. The graduating class had a cumulative 3.71 GPA. Congratulations Graduates!

VMRC Celebrates Graduates
May 27, 2020
The UNM Veteran Military and Resource Center is happy to announce it's class of 2020! The VMRC celebrated its graduates in a video featuring an address by President Stokes and Alonzo Maestas, VMRC director.

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Long Time Lobo Leaves the Pack
May 22, 2020
After 20 years, Shelley Simms, long-time Lobo, employee, and mentor is leaving the pack.  She’s headed for retirement on June 1 and her next chapter which includes applying to the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at San Juan College.  She says that she’s loved working The University of New Mexico—a place where being immersed in a community with education and curiosity are core values. 

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UNM Army ROTC Virtually Commissions 14 Second Lieutenants
May 18, 2020
The United States Army—more than 700,000 soldiers strong—just became Lobo Strong with the addition of 14 newly-commissioned Second Lieutenants. These soldiers join the largest branch of the military to serve in a diverse range of roles from doctors to civil affairs representatives and everything in between.   The UNM Army ROTC program held its first-ever virtual commissioning ceremony via Zoom and Facebook Live—a sign of current times—to celebrate the cadets’ accomplishments and forward them into their new roles. 

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Baca Named to Governor’s COVID-Safe Practices Committee
May 8, 2020
Daniela Baca, Director for the UNM Children’s Campus has been designated by Elizabeth Groginsky, NM Cabinet Secretary for the Early Childhood Education and Care Department (ECECD), to serve on the state’s newly-formed COVID-Safe Practices (CSPs) Subcommittee for Early Childhood. 

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Campus Health Team Provides New Mental Health Website for Lobos
May 1, 2020
The new UNM Mental Health website (mentalhealth.unm.edu) launched on April 30 as another way to protect our pack. The site serves as a central location for information on the wide range of mental health resources available for students and community members both on and off campus.