Monday, September 22, 2014

Anderson Faculty Takes Ice Bucket Challenge

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Anderson School of Management Associate Dean Rob Delcampo and Professor David Cavazos recently participated in the ALS ice bucket challenge. The ice bucket challenge is designed to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to research.

You can watch the video on Anderson's Facebook page. More information about the disease, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, can be found here.

Leadership Training With EPEC

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Executive Coaching

Mastering Accounting Essentials

If you're not an accountant, why care about accounting? In today’s business environment, accounting plays an important when making critical decisions. Accounting can help you determine which products or services your company should focus on or how you to rework your budget to support your top priorities.

Mastering Accounting Essentials is a hands-on class that will translate the seemingly foreign language of accounting, help you understand financial documents, and enable you to make better decisions.

The program will be held on Tuesdays, September 23 - November 11 from 6:00 - 9:00 PM. Register soon to reserve your seat!

UNM Anderson's Career and Professional Development Programs are non-credit certificate courses designed to help professionals develop new skills and advance their careers. No degree necessary, no application required, and no homework given.

For more information or to register, please visit, or call us at (505) 277-2525.

Speakers Series Showcases Manuel Montoya

As part of UNM's Homecoming Week, Anderson School of Management presents a Speakers Series on Thursday, September 25 focusing on Professor Manuel Montoya and International Business Students Global (IBSG). The presentation will review IBSG's work and offer a global vision for the Anderson community as UNM reaches its 125th anniversary. Current IBSG projects include Bridges to Tajikistan, Global Mosaic, Olympics 2016 – Rio and Indigenous Voices, Outside the Margins, Bitcoin and Digital Economy.
IBSG was established in 2010 and since then has worked on over a dozen unique and impactful global issues, proving that New Mexico is globally relevant in its own distinct way.

The Speaker Showcase begins at 4:30 p.m. at the UNM Faculty/Staff Club located just north of the Anderson School.  Admission is free, but reservations are required.

RSVP here or contact Darrell Garcia at 505.277.6264 or

Celebrate Homecoming With Anderson

Tickets are still available for Anderson School of Management's Tailgate and Barbecue on Friday, September 26th from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM in the Anderson Alumni Tent located on the northwest corner of University Stadium in the Stadium West parking lot.

Tickets cost $15.00 and include food, refreshments, and admission to the game. Parking is not included and cost varies by lot. Please heed posted signs.

For more information visit Anderson's Alumni website, or contact Senior Alumni Relations officer Darrell Garcia at or 505.277.6264.

Refresh Your Career Today!

Don't lose steam working away at the daily grind.  If you feel like your career is in need of a "refresh," consider a leadership program this fall.  Develop your skills, make lasting connections, and enjoy professional development with driven classmates and experienced instructors.

• Essentials for Managers is a 10-week program designed to give new managers the tools to tackle their new role, develop healthy managerial relationships, and manage their work-life balance.

• Women’s Leadership Development focuses on assessing your unique talents, addressing common challenges for women leaders, and helping you navigate complex business relationships.

Register for one of our most popular leadership programs and you will also have the opportunity to sign up for 3 sessions with an executive coach.
Essentials for Managers is held Thursdays, Sept 18-Nov 20
Women's Leadership Development is held Wednesdays, Sept 17-Nov 5
Classes run from 6:00 - 9:00 PM

For more information or to register, please visit, or call (505) 277-2525.