Clinic and Research News for UNM CCC Employees

May 24, 2017

Community Based Participatory Research Public Lecture June 2

By msequeira @msequeira
UNM CCC faculty and staff are invited to attend a lecture on ... Uneven Power Relations, the Built Environment, and Policy Tools for Community Based Participatory Research: A Case Study from a Participatory Photoanalytic Project in West Virginia Lauri Andress, MPH, JD, PhD Friday, June 2, 2017 | 12:00pm to 1:15pm [...]
May 17, 2017

Get in Shape with Cardio Kickboxing or Boot Camp

By UNM CCC @robin
The UNM HSC Wellness Program is offering discounted Cardio Kickboxing and Fitness Boot Camp classes. Spaces are limited so be sure to sign-up early. Here are a few details on the classes: Cardio Kickboxing Monday and Wednesday (June 5th thru July 12th) 6-week Cardio Kickboxing class (please plan on attending all sessions) Classes [...]
May 16, 2017

Book Your Wellness Check Up - Save $

By UNM CCC @robin
Employee Health Promotion cares about your well-being, and is offering you this convenient, onsite initiative! Take advantage of our comprehensive preventive health checkups to learn more about your health, and earn credit on your UNM medical plan premium. $200 for eligible employees $100 for eligible spouse or domestic partner This [...]
May 12, 2017

Staff Appreciation Luncheon May 24

By UNM CCC @robin
Come help us celebrate YOU! The UNM Staff Council invites all staff to an appreciation luncheon. Door prizes include FREE parking for a year! May 24, 2017 11 am-2 pm SUB Ballrooms Bring your Lobo ID for the free food ticket. For more information, visit
May 3, 2017

Creating organization or flow charts?

By UNM CCC @robin
Use Microsoft Visio for Free Microsoft Visio from Citrix is available for use - and there is no extra cost. Here’s how to access it: Open the url and log into Citrix:    Note: use what your email address is without the “” Click on the Microsoft Office Applications [...]

image-6620b4cd165dSunday, June 4th

Polly's Run

The eighth annual “Polly’s Run” raises awareness for pancreatic cancer, honors pancreatic cancer survivors and all those who face the disease, and raises money for pancreatic cancer research. Register online. Albuquerque Pet Memorial Services sponsors the event. All proceeds benefit The University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Polly Rogers battled pancreatic cancer for 11 months before finally succumbing to it in June, 2009. Polly’s Run organizers hope to change the grim statistics by supporting pancreatic cancer awareness and research. The event has grown to more than 600 runners and walkers and raised more than $30,000 last year. See Polly's story on the website.