Archive | April, 2012

El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros

“If you don’t know how to read, you only learn what someone tells you.” That’s the attention grabber the American Library Association uses to underscore the importance of literacy for individuals, and, by extension, for communities and for society as a whole. Thomas Jefferson and quite a few others over the centuries have taken this […]

Joaquin Cantu on the challenges of running the UNM-Taos IT Department

You could make a case for the IT Director’s job—IT as in Information Technologies—as being a career to stay away from. It’s not for the faint of heart. You’re constantly vulnerable to circumstances beyond your control—power outages, intentional and unintentional screw-ups and incompatibilities with software, rapidly changing platforms and systems and networks and devices, servers […]

The Development Office takes shape

Louis Moya came on board less than a year ago to head up the Development Office at UNM-Taos. After graduating from Taos High School, Moya got his undergraduate degree in media arts at main campus in Albuquerque, moved to Los Angeles, then obtained a law degree from Rutgers and practiced law on the east coast. […]

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