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Print Journal Analysis And Journal Removal Projects, Robyn M Gleasner Dec 2019

Print Journal Analysis And Journal Removal Projects, Robyn M Gleasner

Projects

The Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center's main objectives were:

  • To analyze the print journal holdings to determine which titles should be retained, donated, or discarded.
  • To develop a plan for retaining, removing, and consolidating selected material on both the 3rd floor of the library and in offsite storage in HSSB.


Brief Of Professors Of Law, Us V. Bergdahl, Joshua E. Kastenberg, Rachel E. Vanlandingham, Geoffrey S. Corn Dec 2019

Brief Of Professors Of Law, Us V. Bergdahl, Joshua E. Kastenberg, Rachel E. Vanlandingham, Geoffrey S. Corn

Faculty Scholarship

When scrutinizing executive actions for unlawful command influence, this Court must account for a president’s immense power over the military. The extant judicial test for unlawful command influence – a violation of due process in the military setting – is a contextual one, and hence must consider the unique and unparalleled authority of the Commander-In-Chief over the military and individual service-members when the president’s actions are at issue. This executive power should also be evaluated in light of its myriad, and historically important, constitutional and statutory constraints – some predating the birth of the United States – that appropriately continue to shape ...


09-10-19 Hsc Committee Minutes, Hsc Committee Dec 2019

09-10-19 Hsc Committee Minutes, Hsc Committee

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


10-08-19 Hsc Committee Minutes, Hsc Committee Dec 2019

10-08-19 Hsc Committee Minutes, Hsc Committee

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Full Issue (Fall 2019) Dec 2019

Full Issue (Fall 2019)

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

No abstract provided.


Book Review: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Working Towards Decolonization, Indigeneity, And Interculturalism, Theresa (Therri) A. Papp Dec 2019

Book Review: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Working Towards Decolonization, Indigeneity, And Interculturalism, Theresa (Therri) A. Papp

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

No abstract provided.


Critical Intersections Through Poetry In A Tesol & World Language Graduate Education Program, Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, Sharon M. Nuruddin, Kuo Zhang, Yixuan Wang, Amanda Brady Deaton, Xinyi Meng, Ashley Brown-Lemley, Ming Sun Dec 2019

Critical Intersections Through Poetry In A Tesol & World Language Graduate Education Program, Melisa Cahnmann-Taylor, Sharon M. Nuruddin, Kuo Zhang, Yixuan Wang, Amanda Brady Deaton, Xinyi Meng, Ashley Brown-Lemley, Ming Sun

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

In this studio submission, Language Education students who took one or more poetry writing courses along with their instructor share one poem draft and critical reflection, noting the political climate of the work co-produced and inquiry regarding the impact of producing creative work as reflexive, critical teacher education scholarship. Together they draw a context and implications for creative and critical teacher education through shared poetry writing.


Poem: Wake Up Wide, Momina A. Khan Dec 2019

Poem: Wake Up Wide, Momina A. Khan

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

No abstract provided.


“Where Are You From?”: Using Critical Race Theory To Analyze Graphic Novel Counter-Stories Of The Racial Microaggressions Experienced By Two Angry Asian Girls, Talitha Angelica Acaylar Trazo, Woohee Kim Dec 2019

“Where Are You From?”: Using Critical Race Theory To Analyze Graphic Novel Counter-Stories Of The Racial Microaggressions Experienced By Two Angry Asian Girls, Talitha Angelica Acaylar Trazo, Woohee Kim

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

This article uses critical race theory (CRT) to analyze two stories about racial microaggressions from Where Are You From?: Short stories about being Asian in America, the graphic novel written and illustrated by Talitha Angelica Acaylar Trazo in fulfillment of her undergraduate honors thesis. Where Are You From? visually historicizes the counter-stories of 48 Asian and Asian American students at a predominantly-white undergraduate institution. In this article, we examine these microaggressions in relation to institutional and structural racism and the intersections of race, gender, and power dynamics between white faculty and Asian female students. Furthermore, we propose that the graphic ...


Utilizing A Critical Literacy Framework To Discuss Issues Of Power And Privilege With Elementary Students, Barbara A. Pollard Dec 2019

Utilizing A Critical Literacy Framework To Discuss Issues Of Power And Privilege With Elementary Students, Barbara A. Pollard

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

This action research study utilizes a critical literacy framework to bring issues of privilege and power into critical dialogue with elementary students. The study is based on the idea that disadvantaged groups can eventually agitate for societal change if they are prompted to begin to critically question systemic inequalities from a young age. Thus, instead of allowing dominant culture to dictate unfair norms and practices by simply abiding to the status quo, this study suggests that elementary teachers should aim to be the vehicle for transformational change by implementing pedagogy that encourages students to think deeply and critically. Over time ...


Disrupting Dis/Abilization: A Critical Exploration Of Research Methods To Combat White Supremacy And Ableism In Education, Sara H. Petit-Mcclure, Chelsea Stinson Dec 2019

Disrupting Dis/Abilization: A Critical Exploration Of Research Methods To Combat White Supremacy And Ableism In Education, Sara H. Petit-Mcclure, Chelsea Stinson

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

The following paper explores the way scientific research, as it is commonly defined, has been used to continue the marginalization and subsequent dis/abilization of students based on racial, cultural, and linguistic identities. Starting with a historical perspective, we trace the role of scientific research in the support of white supremacist, ableist societal mechanisms, as well as the emphasis on scientifically-based research in educational policy and practice. We call for an expansion of the definition of scientific research to emphasize mixed and multiple methods guided by the principles of participatory, emancipatory, and decolonizing methodologies.


Call For Submissions Dec 2019

Call For Submissions

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

No abstract provided.


Editor's Introduction: A Memorial Tribute To Ruth Trinidad Galván, Tryphenia Peele-Eady Dec 2019

Editor's Introduction: A Memorial Tribute To Ruth Trinidad Galván, Tryphenia Peele-Eady

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Dec 2019

Table Of Contents

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

No abstract provided.


Wagon Tracks Volume 34, Issue 1 (November 2019), Santa Fe Trail Association Dec 2019

Wagon Tracks Volume 34, Issue 1 (November 2019), Santa Fe Trail Association

Wagon Tracks

2 On the Cover: Comanche, circa 1834

4 Insights from your President; Trail News

5 Manager: Joanne's Jottings

8 SFTA Awards and Hall of Fame

11 Margaret Poisal "Walking Woman" Fitzpatrick/Wilmott/McAdams

17 Kindergarten Children on the Santa Fe Trail

27 Books: Comanche Jack Stilwell; A Grand Experiment

28 Chapter Reports

29 Membership Form

32 Calendar


12-09-19 Hsc Committee Meeting Agenda, Hsc Committee Dec 2019

12-09-19 Hsc Committee Meeting Agenda, Hsc Committee

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Otras Perspectivas (Other Perspectives), Volume 20, Issue 01, December 2019, Occupational Therapy Graduate Program Dec 2019

Otras Perspectivas (Other Perspectives), Volume 20, Issue 01, December 2019, Occupational Therapy Graduate Program

OTras Perspectivas: UNM Occupational Therapy Program Newsletter

Acknowledging that the success of the Occupational Therapy Program hinges on the mutual investment of community and friends beyond the local community, the UNM Occupational Therapy Program faculty and staff have initiated this newsletter. The goal is to provide an additional forum for communication, and provide updates about the program's development, faculty, students, alumni, and friends.


Inlp Newsletter, December 2019, Indigenous Nations Library Program Dec 2019

Inlp Newsletter, December 2019, Indigenous Nations Library Program

Monthly Newsletters

- Academic Services Hours

  • University Libraries Spring 2019 Finals Prep and Finals

- INLP Typewriter Challenge: Poetry

  • First Place Poem - Youthful Accessibility
  • Runner-Up Poem - Consistency

- MIchael and Enokena Olson Memorial Scholarship Awardees

  • Alicia Dixon
  • Monique Kai Iron Shell

- Appreciative Farewell to Hope Johnson

- INLP End of the Year/Decade Reflection


New Foundation In The Sciences: Physics Without Sweeping Infinities Under The Rug, Florentin Smarandache, Victor Christianto, Robert Neil Boyd Dec 2019

New Foundation In The Sciences: Physics Without Sweeping Infinities Under The Rug, Florentin Smarandache, Victor Christianto, Robert Neil Boyd

Faculty and Staff Publications

It is widely known among the Frontiers of physics, that “sweeping under the rug” practice has been quite the norm rather than exception. In other words, the leading paradigms have strong tendency to be hailed as the only game in town. For example, renormalization group theory was hailed as cure in order to solve infinity problem in QED theory. For instance, a quote from Richard Feynman goes as follows: “What the three Nobel Prize winners did, in the words of Feynman, was "to get rid of the infinities in the calculations. The infinities are still there, but now they can ...


Hypothyroidism, Sex And Age Predict Future Thromboembolic Events Among Younger People, Supplementary Table 1, Jay A. Martinez, Fares Qeadan, Mark R. Burge Nov 2019

Hypothyroidism, Sex And Age Predict Future Thromboembolic Events Among Younger People, Supplementary Table 1, Jay A. Martinez, Fares Qeadan, Mark R. Burge

Clinical and Translational Science Center Scholarly Output

This is Supplementary Table 1 for a forthcoming publication in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, entitled "Hypothyroidism, Sex and Age Predict Future Thromboembolic Events Among Younger People," by Authors Jay A. Martinez, Fares Qeadan, PhD, and Mark R. Burge, MD

Supplement Table 1: ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes employed in this study for inclusion and exclusion purposes.


Issue 8, Fall 2019, University Libraries Nov 2019

Issue 8, Fall 2019, University Libraries

University Libraries Employee Newsletters

Contents

Employee Spotlight: Adrienne Warner by Sara Velasquez

Welcome New Employees!

New Employee Spotlight

UNM Press 90th Anniversary by Adelia Hume

Exhibits Across Campus

  • Paintings by Edward Wemytewa (Zuni)
  • And Yet She Persisted: Women at UNM and Across New Mexico
  • "Aww oasis, I wish I gave you text and relief" -- The work of John Phillip Abbott and Barry Hazard
  • The Tip of the Iceberg (Lettuce)
  • Eye Candy and Its Wrapper
  • George Orwell: His Enduring Legacy

October All-College Meeting

Digital Repository Stats - October 2019

Ask Amy

Donate for the Holidays

Pets of FADL

Professional Development 101

We Want Your News!

Reminders ...


12-09-2019 Hsc Committee Meeting Notice, Hsc Committee Nov 2019

12-09-2019 Hsc Committee Meeting Notice, Hsc Committee

HSC Committee (A subcommittee of the UNM Board of Regents)

No abstract provided.


Recovering Abiquiú’S Lost Church Records, Samuel E. Sisneros Nov 2019

Recovering Abiquiú’S Lost Church Records, Samuel E. Sisneros

University Libraries & Learning Sciences Faculty and Staff Publications

In early 2016, an elderly couple came into UNM’s Center for Southwest Research & Special Collections determined to donate six hide-covered books to the archives. They confessed they did not know their contents and that even though the books were in the care of the family for many years, they thought UNM would be a suitable place for them to be preserved and studied. I immediately realized that these antique books were the long lost baptismal, marriage and burial registers (1777-1861) from the Mission Church of Santo Tomás Apóstol de Abiquiú and that the rightful repository for them was the ...


How Might Exploring The Life Experiences Of Diverse Students Support Them To Graduate From Urban Planning Programs, Jordan James Nov 2019

How Might Exploring The Life Experiences Of Diverse Students Support Them To Graduate From Urban Planning Programs, Jordan James

Shared Knowledge Conference

Urban Planning is rarely an academic discipline that undergraduate students pursue outright. The vast majority become aware of the field after exposure in sister disciplines such as architecture, geography or general liberal arts courses. Upon survey, these students indicate an interest in urban planning academics as providing professional opportunities towards saving the environment, inhibiting climate change or repatriating prosperity back into the declining communities they call home. With such a variety of student diversity, both academic and ethnographic, we can no longer assume that the traditional pedagogical methods of urban planning education can continue to meet the needs of tomorrows ...


Novel Biological Super-Luminescent Sensors For The Detection Of Neurodegenerative Disorders, Florencia Monge Nov 2019

Novel Biological Super-Luminescent Sensors For The Detection Of Neurodegenerative Disorders, Florencia Monge

Shared Knowledge Conference

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. and the only disease in the top ten causes for which we have no treatment or cure. The cost of this disease is expected to rise over a trillion dollars over the next 30 years, it affects individuals and it is also a national healthcare crisis. This disease shares pathological hallmarks, protein aggregates, with other neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson's disease and traumatic brain injuries. Proteins are an organism's micro-machinery for transport, defense, storage, and communication. However, in neurodegenerative diseases, the proteins malfunction ...


Degrees Of Change, Joshua Vallejos Nov 2019

Degrees Of Change, Joshua Vallejos

Shared Knowledge Conference

The transition between the Paleoindian (13,000-8,000) and Archaic (8,000-1,000) Periods continues to elude North American archaeologists. It is inferred from archaeological evidence that human populations were nomadic hunter-gatherers during both periods. The creation of storage pits, however, provides evidence for some seasonal sedentism during the Archaic Period. This development may have been influenced by climate change at the end of the Ice Age. Stable Isotopic Analysis of faunal remains allows archaeologists to capture a snapshot of past climate in a given area. Water Canyon in Magdalena, New Mexico, has yielded two overlapping bison kill sites. The ...


The Experiences Of Parents Of Children Who Stutter And Their Involvement In Support Groups, Katlyn Ferguson, Richard Arenas Nov 2019

The Experiences Of Parents Of Children Who Stutter And Their Involvement In Support Groups, Katlyn Ferguson, Richard Arenas

Shared Knowledge Conference

Developmental stuttering is a communication disorder that typically begins between the ages of two and four and is usually preceded by a typical degree of fluency. While approximately 75% of children will not persist, the remaining are at increased risk of lifelong stuttering. Despite decades of research into the causes and implications of stuttering, it's still a bit of an enigma. The effects of stuttering on caregivers of people who stutter (PWS) remains even more in the shadows. As compared to research regarding the caregiver experience in other disorders, research focusing on caregivers of PWS is startlingly sparse. Additionally ...


Radioisotope Retention In Molten Lead For Lead Cooled Fast Reactor, Shuprio Ghosh Nov 2019

Radioisotope Retention In Molten Lead For Lead Cooled Fast Reactor, Shuprio Ghosh

Shared Knowledge Conference

Lead cooled fast reactors (LFRs) are among next generation of safer nuclear reactors. Molten lead (Pb) is the primary coolant in LFRs due to its low vapor pressure, excellent thermophysical (high boiling point and thermal conductivity) and neutronic properties (low absorption and low moderation), and thermal energy storage potential. However, uncertainties in mechanistic source term evaluation of liquid lead coolant has stalled the progress in safety assessment and licensing process. In the past, if not all, the majority of liquid metal coolant research has been done with liquid sodium. In collaboration with Los Alamos National Laboratory and Westinghouse Electric Company ...


Speech Characteristics Of Professional Fighters, Sofiya Krasilshchikova, Amy Neel Nov 2019

Speech Characteristics Of Professional Fighters, Sofiya Krasilshchikova, Amy Neel

Shared Knowledge Conference

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a degenerative neurological disease that affects 7% of people who have had at least one instance of a moderate to severe concussion. There are multiple populations that have an increased risk of developing this disorder including military veterans who have been exposed to blast damage, victims of domestic violence, and athletes who participate in events that expose them to repeated head trauma. This project examines the speech characteristics of one specific group of athletes that includes professional fighters: boxers and mixed martial artists. The population that was examined for this thesis are the participants in ...


Freirean Pedagogy In Music Education, Tyler Slamkowski Nov 2019

Freirean Pedagogy In Music Education, Tyler Slamkowski

Shared Knowledge Conference

This arts-based thesis focuses on the discovery and dissemination of music education pedagogy in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Through observation and participation in Albuquerque Public Schools (APS), I seek to provide examples of Freirean Pedagogy (FP) that current teachers already use and may utilize in the future. FP in the music classroom may include the following practices: democratic decision-making, open writing/discussion prompts, group composition, project-based learning, and studying non-Western art music. I will observe and interview band/orchestra teachers to collect data for this study, then present my findings to music educators in APS. I want teachers to learn how ...