Tag: Gov. Susana Martinez

Governor’s proclamation, job fair mark Disability Employment Awareness Month

Governor’s proclamation, job fair mark Disability Employment Awareness Month

By Furhana Afrid | September 29, 2015
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has proclaimed October as Disability Employment Awareness Month throughout the state, affirming “New Mexico’s commitment to inclusive workplaces and community.” The UNM Center for Development and Disability kicked off the month with a reading of the proclamation and a job fair.
UNM Cancer Center receives elite 'comprehensive' designation

UNM Cancer Center receives elite 'comprehensive' designation

By Michael Haederle | August 12, 2015
The University of New Mexico Cancer Center has achieved coveted “comprehensive” designation from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), putting it in a league with an elite group of institutions that provide the very highest level of cancer care. UNM takes its place alongside M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering and 39 other institutions, with the comprehensive designation signaling its combined clinical and research expertise.
Frank honors UNM physician, governor with 'Presidential Award of Distinction'

Frank honors UNM physician, governor with 'Presidential Award of Distinction'

By Dianne Anderson | October 27, 2014
Distinction at the University of New Mexico is defined by two characteristics: a long meritorious career and a bold defining professional moment. The recipients of the 2014 UNM Presidential Awards of Distinction exemplify both. President Robert G. Frank has announced New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Howard Yonas, MD, distinguished professor and chair of the UNM Department of Neurosurgery, as this year's honorees.
International conference focuses on UNM’s Project ECHO

International conference focuses on UNM’s Project ECHO

By John Arnold | September 09, 2014
Health care experts from around the world will gather in Albuquerque this week to learn more about Project ECHO, a groundbreaking telementoring model developed at the University of New Mexico.
Governor seeking $2.5 million to expand nurse practitioner, family medicine programs

Governor seeking $2.5 million to expand nurse practitioner, family medicine programs

By Michael Haederle | December 03, 2013
Gov. Susana Martinez has announced she will seek nearly $2.5 million in new funding to expand nurse practitioner and family medicine residency slots to help meet a rapidly growing demand for healthcare. If approved, much of the money would go to expand existing programs at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, home to the UNM School of Medicine and College of Nursing.