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Yoga

Summer 2013 | June-August

Culinary Arts

Travel

Youth

Business & Technology

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Culture 69

Growth & Enrichment

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Custom Training Services

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Story of New Mexico

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Personal Growth

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

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Certificate Programs

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Course Information

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Personal Enrichment

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Youth Program

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camps ages On Campus Day Camp 6-8 & 9-10 On Campus Day Camp 6-8 & 9-10 Early Bird Care 6-10 Youth Sports Fitness Program 6-14 LEGO Model Designer Half-Day Camp 6-10 LEGO Animal Grossology Half-Day Camp 6-10 LEGO Amusement Park Mania Half-Day Camp 6-10 LEGO NASA Space Mission Half-Day Camp 6-10 LEGO Brick Olympics Half-day Camp 6-10 The Magic of Realistic Drawing Mini Camp 9-14 Funny Pictures Mini-Camp 9-14 Computer Video Game Design Mini Camp 10-15 Advanced Computer Video Game Design 10-16 Introduction to Computer Animation & Special Effects 9-16 LEGO We Do Robotics Camp NEW 6-9 Machines and Mechanisms NEW 4-5 Acting for Stage & Screen NEW 6-10 Maxwell Museum Children’s Summer Camp 8-12 Creative Arts Camp by the NM Jazz Workshop 6-12 Half Day Drum Camp 7-14 Kindermusik Camp at ABQ’s Playroom NEW 3-5 Introduction to Wood Carving Animals NEW 11-16 Clay Creations Camp 6-10 The Hobbit, Improvised: A half-day camp NEW 6-12 High Desert Yoga Camp 6-11

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Youth

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ages Architecture and Design Camp 14-17 Film Camp 13-17 Cooking for Teens: Comfort Foods NEW 13-17 Introduction to Silversmithing and Jewelry Making 13-17 Easy & Fabulous Jewelry Etching 13-17 Introduction to Enameling NEW 13-17 Yoga Camp for Teens NEW 12-17 Beginning Rock Climbing 13-17 Tae Kwon Do for Teens 13-17

Global Environmental Leadership Program Los Alamos | Ages 14-17 | July 28-August 4 In conjunction with the University of California-San Diego, UNMCE is sponsoring a pre-college summer academic and residential experience targeted to college-bound high school students, grades 9-12 from throughout the United States. The 7-day program includes opportunities to work alongside LANL scientists at the Valle Caldera, explore ethical issues within society and science, and enjoy New Mexico’s beauty and cultural diversity.

ages LEGO Robotics With Mindstorms NEW 10-14 Kindermusik Class NEW 1.5-3 & 3-5 Kindermusik Sign and Sing NEW 3-5 Keyboarding Skills for Kids NEW 8-13 Circus Yoga NEW 6-12 Hola Amigos! Spanish Language for Kids 6-10 Born to Draw NEW 7-11 Art & Design for Teens & Tweens 10-15 Color for Teens & Tweens 10-15 High Ropes for Youth 10-17 Make Your Own Hand Applique Pillow 8-12 Tae Kwon Do for Children 6-12 For more information and complete youth program offerings see page 128.

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Department Directory

Table of Contents Training Partners Department Directory Tuition Remission How to Register Dean’s Message Staff Directory Course Index Information and Policies Financial Aid and Loan Information Non-Credit Registration Form Business & Technology Table of Contents Online Training Information Custom Training and Consultation Services Certificate Programs and Certifications Course Information

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Culture Story of New Mexico Travel and Lecture Series Osher Lifelong Learning Growth & Enrichment General Information Table of Contents Off Campus Location Guide Personal Growth Personal Enrichment Especially for Youth Community Service Spanish Resource Center DWI Awareness Training Registration Information Registration Form

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Training Partners UNM Continuing Education partners with many companies to provide the very best in local, national, and international training. The logos below represent a cross-section of our partners.

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Most Requested Numbers Catalog Requests 505-925-9562 Registration 505-277-0077 Conference Center 505-277-5984 Reception Desk 505-925-9562 Fax Numbers All Programs 505-277-8975 Registration 505-277-1990 Conference Center 505-277-6080 Educational Programs Professional Development Health and Community Action Development Digital Arts Computer Training Mac Training Transportation Safety Programs Custom Training Story of New Mexico Travel and Lecture Series Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Growth & Enrichment Youth Programs Community Services DWI Awareness Training Spanish Resource Center Community Outreach CariĂąo Early Childhood TTAP Child Care Referral Services Transportation Regulation & Licensing

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505-277-6170 505-246-2261 ext. 125 505-277-6034 505-277-1262 505-277-7900 505-277-8771

Administration/Business Operations Interim Executive Director Joseph Miera 505-277-2511 Senior Program Manager, Professional Programs Sherry TenClay 505-277-6038 Marketing Department Deborah Kastman 505-277-6216 Produced by the Marketing Department, UNM Continuing Education

Deborah Kastman Graphic Design & Production Manager Sarah Scott Graphic Design

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UNM Continuing Education 1634 University Blvd. NE (just north of Indian School) Payment must be made in full at time of registration.

When you enroll in a non-credit class by phone, mail or Fax, we will send you an enrollment confirmation by mail or email. We will notify you of any changes to the class. Note: If your enrollment confirmation doesn’t arrive within two weeks, call 505-277-0077 during office hours, M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm.

Discounts

10% Discount is available towards non-credit classes for: Anyone registering for three or more classes at the same time; Organizations registering three or more employees in the same class; Important Dates Senior citizens age 65 or older with Non-credit registration for the Summer proof of age (also available online); semester begins April 29. UNM students with a valid UNM ID; Registration is ongoing throughout the Couples Rates are available for some semester. Summer classes start June 3. Dance and Money Matters classes. The couples rate is considered a discount, Please register early as many popular and all rules apply. classes fill quickly! Discount is available with phone/walk-in *UNM offices are closed: registration only. Discount is available May 27, 2013 only at original time of registration. July 4, 2013 Discount is not transferable, cumulative or applicable to any in-class materials, books Free Parking or special fees. For third-party funded Parking is free and readily available for students, the standard discounts offered all classes held at the UNM Continumay not apply. Discounts are not availing Education/UNM Conference Center able for the Story of New Mexico Lecture campus. Please refrain from parking in Series or Field Trips, Osher, the Substance the clinic or Masonic Lodge parking lots Abuse Studies Training Program, select adjacent to our campus. Your car may be Business & Technology or Custom Training towed, booted or ticketed. If our front and courses. No discounts on Ed2Go, Gatlin back parking lots are full, free over-flow or Skillsoft online courses. Individual parking is located at 1642 University Blvd., programs may offer special discounts or two lots north of our campus. incentives. See individual program information for complete details. Office Hours Non-Credit Registration Center Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm with the exception of holidays.* (See list below.)

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Tuition Remission Tuition Remission for UNM Faculty/Staff/Retirees: Effective Aug. 1, 2012 active employees and retirees are eligible to apply the equivalent of up to one credit hour of undergraduate tuition per calendar year to approved personal enrichment courses offered by the Division of Continuing Education, UNM Center for Life and other University departments. In addition, active employees and retirees will remain eligible for the equivalent of undergraduate resident tuition for up to two credit hours per calendar year of approved health and fitness courses, and retirees will remain eligible for unlimited academic and professional development courses, subject to the provisions of University Policy 3700. Employees and retirees are reminded that personal enrichment and health and fitness courses provided through the University are taxable benefits, included in the taxable income of participating employees and retirees. Spouses, domestic partners and dependent children are not eligible for tuition remission on personal enrichment or health and fitness courses. For questions regarding the UNM tuition remission benefit, call the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

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Joe Miera, M.P.A. Interim Executive Director

Message from the Interim Executive Director We are proud to present to you our Summer 2013 catalog. As the premiere provider of continuing education studies in New Mexico, this catalog describes a broad array of choices available to you at UNM Continuing Education. You can choose from over 560 courses offered during our Summer session to learn a new job related skill, provide for self-investment through our Growth and Enrichment program or build a social network through the Osher Life Long Learning Institute at the University of New Mexico. Changing technology has allowed us to build partnerships with companies such as Skillsoft ™, Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy and CareerStep to provide a growing assortment of online classes including IT Training, Health Care Careers and Culinary Arts. Of course, for those who prefer a traditional classroom experience, new Professional Development Program offerings include CompTIA Certifications including Health IT, iPhoto Beginning and Mediation Training. Summertime is a great time to change it up, by learning something new and different. For more than 80 years we have offered a broad array of enrichment classes valued by you, our students. This category includes offerings from categories such as art, music, drama, gardening, and fitness. We are excited by new Growth and Enrichment offerings this Summer that include Yoga Fusion, Korean, and Whitewater Kayaking.

Mission Statement The Mission of the UNM Division of Continuing Education is to lead and collaborate with the community and within the University to develop concepts, strategies, and delivery systems which generate relevant lifelong learning opportunities for a diverse, evolving society.

We are most excited this year by our expanded Summer Youth Program offerings. Thanks to your long-term continued support and acceptance of our programming the past two years, we are able to expand our youth program offerings this summer. New in our youth category are classes and day camps that include, Lego Camps, Youth Sports Fitness and Architecture and Design for Teens. In addition, this year we hired a new Program Coordinator, Krista Foutz, for our Story of New Mexico Program. She brings a new and fresh perspective to the program and offers new tours such as Los Poblanos Lavender Farm Tour and WPA Art and Architecture in Downtown Gallup. If you are 50 or older, we invite you to join our growing community of more than 1,000 members in our Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Just $20 annually provides access to a special catalog of programs, plus special member events. Registration is easy, just call us or visit our website at dce.unm.edu. We look forward to welcoming you this summer!

Sincerely,

Vision The Vision of the UNM Division of Continuing Education is to enrich the personal and professional lives of people through quality creative and innovative learning experiences.

Joe Miera, M.P.A., Interim Executive Director Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320

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Staff Directory

Staff Directory Reception Desk General information Phone: 505-925-9562 email: adminsupport@lxdce.unm.edu Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, Professional Programs Phone: 505-277-6038 email: sherrytc@unm.edu

Business & Technology Professional Programs Scheduled Certificate Programs and Classes Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor Health Care Careers, Human Services Careers, Fitness and Wellness, Substance Abuse Studies Training Program, Grant Writing, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Phone: 505-277-6025 email: lnalin@unm.edu; hhs@dce.unm.edu

Custom Training and Consultation Cherida Boyles, M.S., M.A., Training & Development Program Administrator Customer Service, Project Management, Quality Management and Leadership and Management Phone: 505-277-6178 email: cboyles1@unm.edu Donna Robbins, PhD, Training & Development Program Administrator Professional Development, Leadership and Management Phone: 505-277-6447 email: drobbins@unm.edu Andy Pena, Custom Training Coordinator Custom Program Support, IT Custom Services Phone: 505-277-9360 email: apena01@unm.edu

Culture Krista Foutz, Program Coordinator Story of New Mexico, Lectures and Travel Phone: 505-277-0563 email: atsirk@unm.edu

Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor Digital Arts, Apple Authorized Training Center, AutoCAD Phone: 505-277-6037 email: digitalarts@dce.unm.edu

Maralie BeLonge, Program Supervisor Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Phone: 505-277-6179 email: belonge@unm.edu

Angela Pacheco, Program Supervisor Professional Development and Skills, Transportation Safety Programs Phone: 505-277-3975 email: delong@unm.edu

Marie McGhee, Senior Program Manager Phone: 505-277-6320 email: mmcghee@unm.edu

Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator Information Technology, CompTIA, GIS Phone: 505-277-6033 email: divineys@unm.edu Meg Williamson, Editor Transportation Safety Programs email: megwill@unm.edu Georgette Stockman, Program Manager Transportation Safety Programs email: stockman@unm.edu Nanette Bowring, Program Support Business and Technology Programs Phone: 505-277-6445 email: nbowring@unm.edu Robin Love, Training Coordinator Business and Technology Programs Phone: 505-277-1202 email: rlove01@unm.edu

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Growth & Enrichment Naomi Sandweiss, Program Supervisor Youth Programs, Camps, Events Phone: 505-277-0698 email: naomis@unm.edu

Cari単o Early Childhood TTAP Malisa Kasparian, Senior Program Manager Cari単o Early Childhood TTAP Phone: 505-277-0954 email: mkaspari@unm.edu Amy Bazan, Program Manager Cari単o Basic Services Phone: 505-277-1469 email: amybazan@unm.edu Dawn Gibson, Program Coordinator Cari単o AIM HIGH Phone: 505-277-0593 email: dmgibson@unm.edu

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Table of Contents

Business & Technology Table of Contents UNM Continuing Education (UNMCE) is proud to be the most comprehensive regional training partner in professional programs. We have an 80-year history of providing professional training, industry certification education, and consulting services throughout the state. We offer over 60 certificate programs and industry endorsed and required certifications, with more than 1000 course offerings annually. Each of these course and certificates can be accessed through scheduled classes or through customized training that is targeted to address your specific business and professional requirements. You will find continual creation of the full spectrum of professional services starting with individual career advisement and business needs analysis. Customized training and scheduled classes are developed in partnership with employers, instructors, and content experts who understand the need for education and training with labor-market value. We offer solution-based and customer-focused service. Online Training................................................................................ 7 Custom Training and Consultation Services......................... 8 Free InfoBytes...............................................................................10 Certificates and Certifications..................................................11 Course Descriptions with dates, times, tuition and instructor................................................................. 40

Leadership, Management and Supervision..........................................................12 Leadership University.................................................................12 Supervisory Skills Certificates .................................................12

Leadership and Management Tools.............13 Project Management Certificates...........................................13 Event Management Certification............................................14 Training and Facilitation Certificates......................................14 Global Career Development Facilitator Training...............15

Business and Professional Careers..............16 Administrative Assistant Careers............................................16 Finance and Accounting Certificates ...................................17 Paralegal Certificate.....................................................................18

Health Care, Human Service and Fitness Careers...................................................19 Emergency Medical Technician Training..............................19 Health Care Careers....................................................................20 Fitness and Personal Training..................................................21 Keys for Well-Being.....................................................................22 Human Service Careers.............................................................22 Substance Abuse Studies.........................................................23

Computer Skills..................................................25

Computer Literacy.......................................................................25 Microsoft Office............................................................................26 Apple................................................................................................27

Digital Arts...........................................................28

Graphic Design and Visual Communication......................28 Web Design and Development..............................................29 Multimedia.....................................................................................31 Digital Photography.....................................................................33 Digital Filmmaking.......................................................................35 Music Production.........................................................................35 Apple Creative Professional.....................................................36

IT Professions......................................................37

CompTIA Certifications..............................................................37 Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online..........................38 ITIL Certification............................................................................38 AutoCAD.........................................................................................39 Geographic Information Systems (GIS)..............................39

Course Information...........................................40

Professional Development and Skills.................................. 40 Leadership and Management Tools.....................................41 Employment and Career Development............................. 43 Business and Professional Careers...................................... 43 Health and Community Action Development.................. 45 Computer Skills............................................................................51 Digital Arts......................................................................................56 IT Professions............................................................................... 66 Course Skills Assessments...................................................... 68

Professional Skills for Community Programs......................................24 Mediation and Conflict Resolution Certificates.................24 Grant Writing..................................................................................24 Volunteer Management.............................................................24

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Ed2GO

Instructor Led

Gatlin

Instructor Guided

Gatlin Education Services provides comprehensive online career training programs designed to prepare you for jobs in today’s most popular careers. These programs are designed by a team of professionals from each respective field, who work to provide the most effective web-based learning experience available today. Instructors/mentors are actively involved in your online learning experience. They respond to any questions or concerns, encouraging and motivating you to succeed. These courses are online open enrollment, which means all of your lessons are always available to you; your class begins when you log in. Each course includes a set of lessons and evaluations. Books and materials are mailed to you. You will have access to each course for up to six months. For complete Ed2Go and Gatlin course descriptions, visit our website at dce.unm.edu and choose “online courses.”

SkillSoft

Self-paced

SkillSoft provides comprehensive e-learning content and technology products. SkillSoft’s multi-modal learning solutions enhance the speed and effectiveness of formal and informal learning. Each SkillSoft self-study course can be started at any time and is available to you for six months from the date you log on. You can complete the course at your own pace, at your convenience. Many courses are approved by international professional organizations for CEUs or PDUs. Lessons are available for reference and review anytime during your six month window. SkillSoft courses and packages are designated in this catalog with an “N” in the course number. Look for our online information in major program areas. To access SkillSoft course descriptions, choose “Search Courses.” SkillSoft courses are listed in program areas and are designated with an “N” following the course number. For student advisement, contact the program supervisor for your area of study (see page 4).

Instructor Guided

Career Step is a Leader in online allied health education and job training, offering preparation for national certification & employment. Founded in 1992, Career Step has trained over 60,000 students. Graduate Services include: • Personalized consultations and career guidance

Online Training

This is a great place to start for your first-time online experience! For as little as $119, Ed2Go offers a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take online. Every course is instructor led. You can ask questions and give or receive advice at any time during the course. You can take courses at the times that are most convenient for you. A new section of each course starts monthly; new lessons are released on Wednesdays and Fridays until the completion of the course. All courses run for six to eight weeks and are composed of 12 lessons representing 24-30 hours of instruction. For complete Ed2Go course descriptions, visit our website at dce.unm.edu and choose “online courses.”

Career Step

• Monthly follow-up communication • Resume review, interview coaching, reference letters • 1 year help hotline after graduation • Assistance to identify potential employment opportunities • 96% employment rate for high honors medical transcriptionist graduates • 80% employment rate for high honors coding graduates with certification • Accessible database with details of over 150 transcription companies You’ll receive career focused education and job training that includes real world practicum and software used in the workplace from instructors with industry experience and certifications. Career Step courses are self-paced and vary in cost from $1300-2375 depending upon the program. Technical Assistance information is provided by each vendor at the start of each class. Keep this contact information and your user name and password in a secure location for current and future classes. You may also contact our vendor liaison, Nanette Bowring, Monday–Thursday at 505-277-6445, or ceonline@unm.edu. For advisement, contact the program supervisor for your area of study (see page 4). Some courses allow you to print your certificate immediately upon successful completion of your class at a pass rate of 70% or higher. Register online or by calling 505-277-0077. UNM employees can fax their completed tuition remission forms and registration forms to 505-277-1990. Other online courses available through UNMCE Culinary Arts.......................................................................... 45 Medical Transcription Editor Online.............................. 46 Pharmacy Tech Online...................................................... 46 Medical Office Assistant Online..................................... 46 I/O Medical Coding and Billing...................................... 47

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Custom Training & Consultation Services

Custom Training at UNM Continuing Education (UNMCE)

Why Custom Training? Custom Training can: • Develop targeted training content for the specific needs of your business • Develop training exercises and examples based on participants’ everyday work, not “canned” texts • Create specialized workshops, certificate programs and conferences for your business • Develop customized one-on-one training

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• Arrange training dates and times to meet your schedule • Maximize learning time with training at your location • Ensure quality of programs by ensuring constant contact with the UNMCE Project Manager • Save money with cost-effective group training Our instructors are industry experts with at least 10 years of experience in training adult learners, and a minimum of a Master’s Degree.

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Custom Training & Consultation Services Custom Consultation Services

Examples of Consultation Services include: Project Management • Executive & Employee Coaching • Mediation • Organizational Development • Website Design and Development • Database Design and Development • Desktop Computer Support • IT Consultation • Meeting Facilitation • Instructional Systems Design (ISD)

Examples of Custom program topics:

Information Technology Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 • MS Project • AutoCAD • GIS • ITIL • SharePoint • IT Security • Programming (.NET, C++, C#, PHP, Java, Perl, MySQL, SQL, XML) • CompTIA Certifications (A+, Network +, Health IT Technician, Security +, Server +) • VMWare • Microsoft Technical Certifications • Linux • Cisco • Macintosh

Digital Arts Graphic Design • Web Design and Development • Computer Graphics • Photography • Video • Audio • Animation • Motion Graphics • Adobe • Apple Pro Training • Multimedia

Leadership University

Languages

Executive Management & Supervisor Training • Myers-Briggs & Strengths Finder • Emotional Intelligence • Performance Management • Team Building • Goal Setting • Integrity & Ethics • Cultural Transformation • Effective Communication • Crucial Conversations • Conflict Resolution • Succession Planning • Critical Thinking • Creative Problem Solving & Decision Making • Leadership University offers a UNM Continuing Education Certificate of Completion

Workplace English • English as a Second Language (ESL) • Workplace Spanish

Quality Management Project Management • Project Management (PMI) Test Prep • Earned Value Management (EVM) • Lean/Six Sigma • Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate • Lean Manufacturing/Lean for Healthcare

Professional Skills Workplace Essentials • New Employee Orientation/ Onboarding • Business and Technical Writing • Customer Service • Sales • Presentation Skills • Finance and Accounting • Office and File Organization Call Center Training

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Custom Training & Consultaion Services

UNM Continuing Education offers expert Consultation Services to businesses and organizations. Our expert consultants work directly with you and your business to address the needs of your ongoing projects as well as new organizational initiatives.

Manufacturing and Engineering Construction Management • Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) • Green Building and Retrofitting • Solar Photovoltaics • Lasers and Applications • Fiber Optics • Pro/Engineer Software ** UNM Continuing Education’s Custom Training Program can customize any course in this catalog or design a training program to meet the specific needs of your business. **

UNM departments and units, you may use tuition remission benefits for Business and Technology customized courses. For help, call 505-277-9360.

customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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Explore new interests or get expert advice on technical issues. FREE demonstrations open to the public.

Digital Arts Information Session

infoByte Series/Conference Center

Join us for a free information session on our Digital Arts programs. Get information on certificate programs, courses and employment information for Graphic Design, Web Design and Development, Digital Photography, Digital Filmmaking, Multimedia, Instructional Media, Music Production, Apple Certified Professional, Apple computer maintenance and more. Tuesday, May 28

5:15pm-6:30pm

No need to register. It’s free. Bring a friend. This session meets in room 219 at UNM Continuing Education. 1634 University Blvd. NE. RSVP at 505-277-6037 or digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. Visit our website at dce.unm.edu/free-info-sessions.htm

Accomodations Auditorium seats 600 with an elevated stage Breakout amd meeting rooms Large lobby and reception area Banquet room for catered events Classrooms and computer labs Free parking Central location

UNM Continuing Education

Conference Center A versatile and welcoming facility for special events large or small. Our comfortable auditorium creates an air of expectation among your guests. The versatile meeting rooms accommodate many kinds of learning events such as seminars, as well as trade shows and sales events. The breakout rooms can be used to cater lunch for the attendees of an all-day multitrack conference, or host a celebration after the performance or graduation. We may be more than you expected to find at our affordable rates. We have the perfect facility to host any group from six to six hundred.

Accessible for those with disabilities

Available Services Registration center Event Planning Banquet setup with your caterers or ours Satellite downlink Teleconferencing Video conferencing High-speed internet access Wireless internet access Sound & audio visual equipment, such as video, LCD, and overhead projection

Facility Rental Information

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Certificates & Certifications

The requirements for the completion of your certificate program are those defined in the semester in which you began your program. Certification requirements are determined by the professional organization issuing the certification or license. You’ll find the information you need on our website at dce.unm.edu. Our program staff (page 4) can also help with any questions. Contact information for each program supervisor is listed in individual program areas. Funding is available for many of our certificate programs through special funding programs or employer tuition assistance. For additional information visit our website at http://dce.unm.edu/loans-financial-aid.htm. UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR. UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. Use your fall tuition remission for any course taken between August 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Career Training Enjoy your job! We offer career advisement, connections to employers in the industry, and training that works. Our career training exceeds your expectations for getting the information you need, in a time frame that works for you. Find plenty of opportunities for short-term training that can improve your career or launch a new one. For a Career as a …

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Administrative Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Administrative Medical Coding and Billing . . . . . . . 19 Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Certified Wedding & Event Planner . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic & Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Medical Transcription Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Paralegal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Pharmacy Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Phlebotomist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

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Apple Creative Professional Certifications . . . . . . . Digital Photography Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Facilitation and Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grantwriting courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graphic Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MS Office Computer Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Music Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mediation and Conflict Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . Professional Writing courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Project Management (PMP, CAPM) . . . . . . . . . . . . Web Design Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Career Training

Our certificate programs have been created by UNM Continuing Education staff in partnership with employers and instructors. Certificates represent a comprehensive body of knowledge. Certifications are created by national or international organizations that set the industry standard through education and testing requirements and authorized training providers. Certifications contain a required body of knowledge. We update our certificate programs and create new ones in response to changing professional needs, working with professional organizations to keep Certification courses current.

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Leadership, Management and Supervision

Professional Development and Skills Our Professional Development certificates and certifications address skills and outcomes that are fundamental to your success in the pursuit of your career goals. Check out the following program areas: Leadership, Management and Supervision, Leadership and Management Tools, and Business and Professional Careers. For more information contact Angela Pacheco, Program Supervisor, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975.

Leadership, Management and Supervision Leadership University

Basic Supervisory Skills Certificate

Module 1 Session:

Understanding Your Leadership Style

Module 2 Session:

Team Effectiveness and Team Building

Module 3 Session:

Communication Skills & Conflict Management

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Time Management/ Setting Priorities

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Change Management

Module 6 Session:

Business Ethics

Module 7 Session:

Public Speaking / Presentation Skills

Module 8 Session

Diversity

Customize this program for your department, business or organization. Contact Donna Robbins at drobbins@unm.edu or 505-277-6447. Visit our website for scheduled classes.

Supervisory Skills Certificate Learn the skills and tools necessary for effective supervision. Whether you are already a supervisor or working toward a supervisory position, this program will help you understand the principles of effectively supervising your team and their work. Registration Discount—Enroll in all of the Supervisory Skills courses for any certificate at the same time and receive a 10% discount. Some of the Mediation and Conflict Resolution courses are included in these Supervisory Skills Certificates. These courses are listed on page 50 as part of the Community Engagement section. For more information regarding the Mediation and Conflict Resolution courses, contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at lnalin@unm.edu or 505-277-6025, or visit dce.unm.edu.

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20512 Business Ethics ** 20518 Managing Time Productively and Delegating for Results 40 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup Fall 2013 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 50 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 50 ** Options for Business Ethics and other Ethics-related courses are available online. Please contact Angela Pacheco, Program Supervisor, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975 to discuss these options.

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20500 Making Meetings Effective Fall 2013 20512 Business Ethics ** 20518 Managing Time Productively and Delegating for Results 40 20521 Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup Fall 2013 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 50 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 50 40114 Successful Negotiating Fall 2013 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts Fall 2013 ** Options for Business Ethics and other Ethics-related courses are available online. Please contact Angela Pacheco, Program Supervisor, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975 to discuss these options.

Advanced Supervisory Skills No. Course 20512 20518 20521 40110 40112 40114 40125 20500 20524 20535

Business Ethics Managing Time Productively and Delegating for Results Motivating and Leading Your Workgroup Communicating with Difficult People Win-Win Conflict Resolution Successful Negotiating Mediating Workplace Conflicts Making Meetings Effective Productive Performance Appraisals Emotional Intelligence at Work

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Project Management

Our certificate programs are a good choice for those looking for project management experience and those aspiring to obtain a PMI credential. Please visit http://www.pmi.org to learn more about PMI’s credentials and how they may fit into your continuing education plans. Learn project management methods, define the best methods for a given project, and discover how to apply these skills to cost and scheduling tools such as Microsoft Project, integrating project management practices with project management software. Microsoft Project is the software of choice for project management planning and execution. The Project Manager Professional (PMP®) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) are the project management credentials of choice for numerous industries and companies. Increase your Project Management understanding and experience, and then prepare to sit for either PMP® or CAPM® exam. Our PMI-approved courses can be applied toward the 35-hour education requirement and will promote increased project management skills in both administrative support and project management staffing. As a member of a credentialed project management team, you can improve your organization’s project results (cost, time, and quality) through the use of accepted project management tools, techniques, and principles. For more information on pre-exam requirements, visit the PMI website at http://www.pmi.org/ Certification.aspx.

Project Management Practitioner Certificate No. Course

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21000 Applying Project Management for Effective Teams 41 21025 MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition 41 21030 MS Project Module 2: Budgeting & Tracking 41

Project Management Information Systems Certificate No. Course 21025 21030 21041

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MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking MS Project Module 3: Team Communication and Productivity

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Project Management Master Certificate No. Course 21000 21005 21010 21025 21030 21041

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Applying Project Management for Effective Teams 41 Understanding Project Management Fall 2013 Integrating Project Management: Principles and Practices Spring 2014 MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition 41 MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking 41 MS Project Module 3: Team Communication and Productivity 41

One Page Planning and Execution Certificate No. Course

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21018 One Page Annual Planning and Execution Fall 2013 21019 One Page Project Planning and Execution Fall 2013 21020 One Page Communication Planning Fall 2013

Are you ready to earn your PMP® or CAPM® credential? Check the PMI website for eligibility, then register for our exam prep class. No. Course

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21015 Project Management Professional (PMP®)/ CAPM® Certification Exam Prep Fall 2013

For more information contact Angela Pacheco, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975. Registration Discount—Enroll for all courses in any Project Management certificate at one time and receive a 10% discount. Customized Quality Management Courses UNMCE’s Custom Training Program offers Lean, Six Sigma, Project Management and Earned Value Management (EVM) courses tailored specifically for the requirements of your business or organization. Contact us at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information.

Customized Project Management Courses Your business or department may want to take customized Project Management classes as a group to learn the processes together, and then develop a unique project plan for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep courses are offered to businesses. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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Project Management

UNM Continuing Education is a Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute (PMI). As a Registered Education Provider (REP), we offer certificate programs and courses that are preapproved for professional development units (PDUs) through PMI and have been reviewed by a project management professional (PMP) to ensure that they meet PMI’s expectations for professional development in project management.

Business & Technology

Leadership and Management Tools


Business & Technology

Event Management/Instruction and Facilitation Training

Event Management The Wedding and Event Planner certificate is perfect for the individual looking to get started in the wedding and event planning business. In partnership with The Wedding Planning Institute, UNM Continuing Education is offering this 40-hour hands-on program which covers everything a wedding or event planner needs to know. You can gain the knowledge and expertise to work as an event planner or to start your own business as a wedding planner.

No. Course 21100 Certified Wedding and Event Planner

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Visit www.ises.com for more information on the benefits and requirements of the Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP) designation. For more information contact Angela Pacheco, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975.

Instruction and Facilitation Training In partnership with the New Mexico Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTDNM), Continuing Education at UNM offers certificate programs in Instruction and Facilitation Training to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to become effective professional trainers or to gain advanced skills in delivering presentations and leading group discussions. These instruction and facilitation certificates are stackable. Each certificate also satisfies many of the required courses for the next level. Build your way at a pace that works for you. For more information contact Angela Pacheco, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975. Registration Discount—Enroll in three or more classes at the same time and receive a 10% discount.

Presentation Certificate Enhance your skill in meetings, sales sessions, small group discussions, or training classes with techniques learned in these exciting courses. Organize your thoughts and present with confidence. Understand the needs of adult learners and build a solid foundation for using training as a skill or a career. No. Course

Professional Trainer Certificate Learn all of the skills needed to be a successful trainer! Understand how to analyze student needs, design and develop program content, implement trainings, and evaluate student comprehension and program effectiveness. No. Course 23000 23003 23006 23008 23009 23012 23021 23023 23025

Facilitating Adult Learning Instructional Systems Design Presentation Skills for Trainers Assessing Student Outcomes Conducting an Effective Program Evaluation Developing Training Materials Designing Effective Training Activities Managing Challenging Classroom Situations Applied Professional Trainer Skills

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23000 Facilitating Adult Learning 23003 Instructional Systems Design 23006 Presentation Skills for Trainers

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Create your own Custom Leadership University

Workplace Learning and Performance Services

UNM Continuing Education can create a Leadership University for businesses who want to improve the supervisory, management, or leadership skills of their employees. Our custom training staff will help you create a unique program that will take your organization’s leadership to a higher level of effectiveness while improving your organization’s business results. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-2776034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program offers exceptional customized training services for businesses and government agencies through our Workplace Learning and Performance Training Programs. Services include the design and developments of training manuals, online courses, on-the-job training, assessment and evaluation, as well as coaching services. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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Explore the world of online training! Discover the insand-outs of the online learning environment and how it varies from face-to-face learning. Explore the various technologies used in course implementation. Learn the basics of course development to prepare you to build your own online course. No. Course

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Facilitating Adult Learning Instructional Systems Design Introduction to Online Instruction Basics of Online Course Development Exploring Technologies Used in Online Instruction

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Certified Professional in Learning and Performance Exam Prep (CPLP) Validate your professional status with the highly respected Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation offered by the American Society for Training and Development. This exam preparation course covers all nine categories of Learning and Performance expertise, and provides participants with a complete set of ASTD Learning System manuals and a comprehensive, web-based CPLP practice test. No. Course 23075 Certified Professional in Learning and Performance Exam Prep (CPLP)

Become a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF). This 90-hour course will enable you to develop a new career or enhance your current profession in career development. Gain international certification and choose from among a variety of career development occupations. Students can expect approximately 30 hours of homework while completing this program. This course meets on UNM’s main campus, University Advising and Enrichment Center, Room 220. Lunch is provided at each session. Visit www.NCDA.org for further information. To attend, you must have a Bachelor’s degree in any field, and be seriously committed to acquiring or currently working in, a career advisement position. Contact Jenna Crabb, jennas@unm.edu, for program questions. You must attend all class sessions in order to be certified. No. Course 23077 Global Career Development Facilitator Training

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For Instructional Media Developer Certificate, see page 32.

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Graduate School Exam Prep Grad school entrance exams are only a few hours in length, yet the scores are typically heavily weighted in the grad school admissions process. Graduate school programs require a significant investment of time and money. Invest first in getting a higher score on your entrance exam. Getting a higher score can increase your chances of getting financial assistance or scholarships for your graduate school program. Since 1938, Kaplan Test prep has helped individuals achieve their educational and career goals. Kaplan is the industry founder and world leader in test preparation. Kaplan is committed to excellence in and out of the classroom with a focus on individual success. Benefits to students include test-expert instruction, Kaplan’s cutting-edge curriculum and test taking strategies, the most complete set of student materials on the market, and personalized practice.

We are so confident that our programs work, we offer our Higher Score Guarantee: Readiness: A student who doesn’t feel ready to take the scheduled test date can continue to study with us for the next test administration. Satisfaction: A student who does improve but still wants to score higher can study with us again for the next test administration. Money Back: In the rare case that a student does not improve he or she can continue to study with us for the next test administration or can get a 100% tuition refund. Guarantee requirements are available at www.kaptest.com Kaplan is pleased to offer its score raising programs in Albuquerque in partnership with UNMCE. Please visit www.kaptest.com or call 1-800-KAPTEST to register and for additional program details.

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Graduate School Exam Prep

23000 23003 23041 23045 23042

Global Career Development Facilitator Certification

Business & Technology

Online Instructor Certificate


Business & Technology

Administrative Professionals

Business and Professional Careers Administrative Professionals Administrative Professional Certificate

Electives (choose 2)

Pursue a UNM Continuing Education certificate completely online and when it’s convenient for you! Complete the core courses that focus on the essential skills needed to succeed in the workplace, then choose two electives from a variety of topics to round out this certificate program. Our Administrative Professional Certificate will help you build your career and strengthen your skills to become an essential part of any office team.

4900112 4900114 4900075 4900073 4900087 4900111 4900050 4100016

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2010 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2010 Introduction to Windows 7 Keys to Effective Communication

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Once all of the courses for this certificate program are complete, the Administrative Professional students must compose a written memorandum that discusses what he or she has learned in the coursework. This memo will be submitted to Angela Pacheco, Program Supervisor. Angela may be reached at either delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975 for more information regarding this requirement.

We also serve Administrative Professionals by offering a variety of certificate programs and Certifications geared toward building and enhancing your career. Add one or more of these to your resume or performance review, and increase your employability. Make your career your own with certificates that reflect your talents, gifts, skills and interests.

A certificate will be awarded once all courses are successfully completed and the memorandum is received and approved.

Required Courses

These courses are offered through our partner Ed2Go. For more information on Ed2Go online trainings, go to page 7. No. Course

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Required Courses 4200004 4200003 4510005 4100001 4900115

Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Administrative Assistant Applications Computer Skills for the Workplace Achieving Success with Difficult People Writing Essentials

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Certificates/Courses Page Accounting with Computer Applications Certificate Database Management Digital Arts Basics Event Management Microsoft Office Suite (MOS) certifications Microsoft courses Macintosh courses Mediation and Conflict Resolution Project Management Supervisory Skills Volunteer Management Workskills for the Workplace

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To request an official transcript:

To print an unofficial transcript: 1. Go to our website at dce.unm.edu. 2. Click on “Student Resources” at the right in the “Quick Links” menu. 3. On the Student Resources page, scroll down to “Transcripts”. 4. Click on “print your transcript” 5. Enter your Username* and Password, then click “sign in”. 6. Click on “my transcript” on the left. 7. Click the red “Print View” button at the top. 8. Now choose “Print” from the File menu in your browser.

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1. Go to our website at dce.unm.edu. 2. Click on “Student Resources” at the right in the “Quick Links” menu. 3. On the Student Resources page, scroll down to “Transcripts”. 4. Click on “request a transcript” to download a Transcript Request Form. 5. Print and complete the form, then submit to our Registration office via fax 505-277-1990, email registration@dce.unm.edu, by mail or in person at 1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102. A $10 non-refundable processing fee is required. Note: For a user name and/or password reminder, please call 505-277-0077. If you have already taken classes with us, you will have an account already set up. You do not need to set up a new account.

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Introducing our new partnership with the Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy! Whether you are a culinary novice or a professional, our unique online learning environment is designed to help you acquire the knowledge, skills, and confidence to awaken and enrich your culinary passion. Completion of our Culinary Arts Program will result in a solid culinary foundation and association with the ideals of the great Master Chef, Auguste Escoffier.

Culinary Fundamentals Online Program

NEW

Culinary Arts/Finance and Accounting

The mission of the Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy is to deliver a robust culinary program wherein the novice cook and culinary professional can practice and acquire the techniques and methods of the Master Chef, Auguste Escoffier, through a chef-led, self-paced virtual culinary program. $3995*

*UNM Continuing Education Students receive a 15% discount on this program! Be sure to mention UNM Continuing Education when registering.

To Register, call 1-855-696-6602 Don’t forget to mention UNM Continuing Ed for a 15% discount! For more information, visit dce.unm.edu/CulinaryArts

Finance and Accounting These Finance and Accounting certificates are stackable. Each certificate also satisfies many of the required courses for the next level. Build your way at a pace that works for you. For more information, contact Angela Pacheco at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975.

Accounting with Computer Applications Certificate

Registration Discount—Enroll in all courses at one time in either Finance or Accounting certificate program and receive a 10% discount.

Learn the real-world accounting skills needed for your organization or businesses. Evaluate your business and organizational health and establish a solid foundation of knowledge for managing your entire financial environment. These courses will help you refine or expand your financial skills in the accounting field.

Bookkeeping Certificate

No. Course

Receive an introduction to accounting equations. Learn how to read a budget report, how to give a budget report, and how a double entry accounting system works. Discover the fun of finance in this program where even the most basic questions receive thoughtful, careful answers. No. Course 37151 37158 52161

Bookkeeping Basics Small Business Bookkeeping with QuickBooks Pro Excel: Beginning

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Bookkeeping Basics Small Business Bookkeeping with QuickBooks Pro Accounting One Accounting Two Word: Beginning Excel: Intermediate

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Culinary Arts

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Business & Technology

Legal

Legal Paralegal Certificate Program

No. Course

This program is an intense, fast-paced introduction to the legal system, basic concepts of paralegalism, and legal research and writing. Small classes taught in an interactive hands-on style give students a solid foundation in the legal system, legal terminology, civil procedure, criminal procedure, evidence, interviewing, law office management, and ethics.

37326 Paralegal Certificate Program 37327 Paralegal Internship

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Over 75% of our students completing the certificate program and the internship are either currently working as Paralegals or enrolled in the UNM School of Law.

Students who complete this course gain skills in drafting documents, interviewing, trial preparation, briefing cases, and legal research and writing, utilizing the UNM Law Library, WESTLAW, and visits to observe motions and trials in the courtroom. Students are required to complete basic legal research and writing assignments including legal memoranda. Upon successful completion and at the recommendation of the instructor, students are eligible to apply for a mentored paralegal internship in government setting or private law firms. Internship sites are arranged by the instructor. For more information contact Angela Pacheco, at delong@unm.edu or 505-277-3975.

Why Custom Training? Custom Training can: • Develop targeted training content for the specific needs of your business • Develop training exercises and examples based on participants’ everyday work, not “canned” texts • Create specialized workshops, certificate programs and conferences for your business

• Develop customized one-on-one training • Arrange training dates and times to meet your schedule • Maximize learning time with training at your location • Ensure quality of programs by ensuring constant contact with the UNMCE Project Manager • Save money with cost-effective group training

505-277-6034 | customtraining@dce.unm.edu dce.unm.edu/Custom

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We’ve got the classes to help you help others! Patient care and support careers are in high demand in New Mexico. First responder, medical coding and billing, counselor, fitness trainer, or alternative healer—our online and certificate programs can prepare you for your new career or enhance your current resume. For more information, contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at 505-277-6025 or hhs@dce.unm.edu.

Health Care Careers In partnership with the UNM EMS Academy, the EMT Basic and EMT Intermediate certificate classes provide training required to enter the field as an EMS Professional. Prerequisites for this training are to be 18 years old or older, have a high school diploma or GED and a current CPR/AED (BLS) card. This Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training exceeds the requirements for New Mexico. Current immunizations and background clearance are necessary to enter the clinical portion of the class. Upon completion of the EMTBasic, students should take a computerized National Registry exam. These exams fill quickly. The cost is $70 and there is no skills exam. An additional cost for state licensing (Basic: $65.00) is required to work and is a prerequisite for the EMT-Intermediate course. The EMT-Intermediate course is your next step for emergency medical training. This 225 hour course will advance your career with more skills and training. Once you complete this course, you will want to take the National Registry exams. The cost is $100 for the written and $150 for the skills and apply for the NM Intermediate license ($75.00). Instructors are selected by the EMS Academy to deliver skills oriented, top-quality, didactic programs. Tuition includes all books, materials, and needle-stick insurance in one package. To learn more about registration options or questions, contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor at 505-277-6025. For course requirements and content of these certificates EMS Academy, visit http://hsc.unm.edu/SOM/emsacad/index.shtml or call 505-272-5757.

Certificate in Administrative Medical Coding and Billing The demand for medical billing and coding continues to rise. If you’re good with details and looking for a career that will provide steady employment, we can teach you the skills necessary to become a certified professional coder. Course 38104, Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coders, is the first course of the series for this certificate—however, students who have successfully completed a medical terminology and human anatomy class at another educational institution may contact the program supervisor to validate completion and to arrange to test-out of the class. The coding coursework includes basic, intermediate, and advanced levels. Courses 38102, 38103 and 38110 must be successfully completed to receive the Certificate in Administrative Medical Coding and Billing. Students are expected to attend at least 80% of scheduled class hours and to score 70% or higher on all course exams. Purchase books for all courses from a vendor of your choice, either online or from a local bookseller. Visit our website at http://dce.unm.edu/AdministrativeMedical-Specialist.htm to download the FAQ on Medical Billing and Coding. No. Course

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Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coders CPT-4 Coding Specialist (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) ICD-9 Coding Specialist (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced) Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialist

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Related Courses

Note: A fee of $80 for background screening/finger printing will be paid by students to EMS Academy (or as designated) after the start of the class.

38112 CPC National Certification Boot Camp 38120 HCPCS for Coders 38125 ICD-10

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American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR 45 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic 45 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Intermediate Fall 2013

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Health Care Careers

Emergency Medical Service Careers

Business & Technology

Health Care, Human Service and Fitness Careers


Business & Technology

Health Care Careers

Online Health Care Career Training with Career Step No. Course 38128 38132 38140 38145

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Medical Transcription Editor Online Medical Administrative Assistant Online Pharmacy Technician Online Inpatient & Outpatient Medical Coding and Billing Online

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Other online Health Care career courses are also available! Visit our website for the growing list of online courses at dce.unm.edu or contact Loree Nalin at 505-277-6025 or hhs@dce.unm.edu. Healthcare Careers Online Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go. HIPAA Compliance Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Medical Billing and Coding + Medical Terminology

$119 $119 $1895

Visit dce.unm.edu/HealthcareOnline for course descriptions and registration information.

Phlebotomy Certificate Program Our nine-week summer Phlebotomy Certificate Program prepares students to enter this exciting medical profession as an entry level phlebotomist. In course 38205, students complete 60 hours of theory, lecture and review, 60 hours of lab and a 100-hour clinical experience at a local clinical site. Maximize the advantage of your skills, attitude and preparation with your Work Skills (23105) career coach who provides 36 hours of insight into workplace demands, successful interview techniques and strategies to assess your strengths and develop a plan to meet your career goals. To apply, prospective students will need to verify all prerequisites. The deadline to enroll in the summer certificate program is May 15.

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Students must be at least 18 years of age, possess a high-school diploma or GED, complete a background check and verify completion of the NM Gold Career Readiness Certificate (download the FAQ from http:// dce.unm.edu/phlebotomy-2.htm). Students must have current immunizations, required for working in the field and clearance from Dept. of Health background screening. We also recommend that students have current health insurance. Discover Phlebotomy (38204) is your chance to decide if this medical career is for you. Learn about blood draws and the risks and rewards of this in-demand occupation. Consult with a working phlebotomist about job placement and salary range. Learn about the national certification through the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s Certified Phlebotomy Technician (ASCP PBT) exam. Prepare to meet the prerequisites for the certificate and meet the May 15 deadline. No. Course 38204 38205 23105

Discover Phlebotomy Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, Clinical Experience Work Skills

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If you enrolled in 38204, you will receive a 10% discount off the tuition of Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory and Clinical Experience (38205) for the certificate program. Enroll in these three courses as the Phlebotomy Student Package and pay only $2987. Please schedule student advising with the Program Supervisor to submit your application packet. For more information, visit our program website at: http://dce.unm.edu/Phlebotomy.htm. Enroll early as seats are limited. Registration opens on April 1, 2013.

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Healthcare Career Open House Train at home for an in-demand career With our online Medical Training Programs you can train entirely at home for a rewarding new career.

Fitness and Personal Training

Join us at an Open House to learn about the AHIMA approved medical coding course, medical transcription editing, pharmacy technician, medical administrative assisting and more!

Get answers to questions like these:  Will these programs prepare me for a career? 

Why was medical transcription highlighted by CNN as one of the more credible work-at-home careers? 

Why are medical coders in such high demand?

Join Us Thursday, May 23, 2013 1:00pm-3:00pm or 6:00pm-7:30pm UNM Continuing Education South Building Register at www.careerstep.com/unm

Fitness and Personal Training Certified Personal Training Certificate In the world of fitness, personal trainers are in high demand, with New Mexico employment growth projected to be over 25% until 2018. Prepare for your career as a personal trainer with this challenging six-week course which targets the knowledge, skills and abilities you’ll need to become a personal trainer and prepare for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certification exam. Students are expected to attend a minimum of 80% of class hours and pass the exam to receive NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) certificate. Students must be 18 years of age or older and have proof of a current CPR/AED certificate before the CPT certificate is issued. Contact the American Red Cross for CPR/AED training dates. The CPR for the Professional Rescuer may be used to meet the NASM CPR/AED certification, as well. Continue your training with courses in many areas approved for NASM and ACE professionals. Ask about the availability of CEUs for recertification of a professional training certificate.

No. Course 38221 Personal Trainer for NASM Certification

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Related Courses 38226 38245 38054

NASM Golf Fitness Specialist Star Wrap, Level I American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR

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Fitness and Wellness Online Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go. Personal Training and Group Exercise Training for Older Adults $2395 Fitness Business Management $2395 Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness, and Sports $2395 Visit dce.unm.edu/Fitness for course descriptions and registration information.

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Business & Technology

Clinical Herbalism Certificate /Clinical Energy Medicine/Human Services Careers

Keys to Well-Being Clinical Herbalism Certificate New Mexico keeps the spirit of traditional and ageold holistic medicine practices thriving in the modern world. Herbal medicine is an emerging field offering many professional opportunities; as an entrepreneur, Holistic Health Practitioner, Wellness Coach, a teacher, or herb cultivator and more. A resurgence of patient interested in complementary therapies and dietary supplements compels even the conventional medical practitioners to enhance their skill sets in botanical medicine. This certificate is intended for students who are interested in practicing herbalism in their communities, as well as with family and friends. Students are introduced to herbology and Materia Medica with basic science knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiol-

ogy. Students use case studies for which they will design botanical protocols and give dietary recommendations. Herbal toxicity, safety and ethical and professional issues, such as limitations of the scope on their practice and seeking consultation as needed or referring patients or clients to other healthcare professionals are addressed. No. Course 38261 Clinical Herbalism 101 38265 Clinical Herbalism 102 38266 Clinical Herbalism 103

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Related Courses 38280 Discover Integrated Wellness: Ayurveda, Herbalism, Food as Medicine and More 38285 Food as Medicine

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Clinical Energy Medicine Healing Touch Program—Level I Certificate The emerging field of energy medicine is practiced in hospitals and healthcare facilities across the nation. Conventional medical practitioners integrate these holistic concepts recognizing the intrinsic wholeness of the person, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Indeed energy medicine has been practiced for hundreds of years in cultures all over the world and this program acknowledges these age old practices and builds a holistic foundation for health and healing. Explore the fundamentals of energy medicine in this two-day certificate program. Develop knowledge and skills of energy anatomy and apply energy medicine principles to health and healing every day in your work with others. This class is experiential, students will learn

techniques, protocols, scope of practice and therapeutic presence in relationship to the human energy field. The Healing Touch Certificate Program is an educational program dedicated to offering classes in the energetic therapy modality of Healing Touch. It is a multi-level certification that provides practitioners the ability to move from beginner to advance levels of energy work. No. Course 38256 Clinical Energy Medicine: Healing Touch Program—Level I

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Related Courses 38250 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction 38252 Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL) 38254 Living Meditatively

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Human Services Careers Substance Abuse Studies Training Program The Substance Abuse Studies Training Program provides the skills and tools needed by professionals in the field of addictions and substance abuse. We offer the most current training and resources available in proven and promising treatment modalities for individuals seeking to become licensed in the field of substance abuse counseling. Our instructors’ credentials offer you the best of both worlds—knowledgeable educators, who are experienced counselors in the field.

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With your current counseling license or a degree in counseling (from an accredited institution of higher education, AA or higher is required by the NMCTPB), this program is specifically designed to meet the educational requirements for the NM Licensed Substance Abuse Associate (LSAA), or NM Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADAC) in New Mexico, as well as meet NAADAC national standards. Visit http://dce.unm.edu to download the FAQ to learn more about enrolling in this training program.

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Classes are from 8:30am to 5:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays on every other weekend except holidays. The Licensure Track for Counseling Professionals (16 courses) can be completed in two semesters. To receive CEUs, students will need to attend all 16 hours of class, and demonstrate understanding of the material covered by passing the course online exam with a grade of 70% or higher. Partial credit is not given. The total cost of the certificate is $2064. ($129 x 16 classes, no discounts apply.) Undergraduate college credit is available through UNM Extended University for an additional fee and course requirements. Inquire about this with the Program Supervisor. Any related courses do not require approval, such as the Lunch & Learn Workshop (38755), Advanced Ethics (39132) or summer classes. All Substance Abuse Studies Training courses are $129. Licensure requirements in New Mexico as an addiction counselor can be found on the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board web site.

Prerequisites for Success Due to the intensity and nature of our program, we request that those in recovery have been sober for a minimum of one year before seeking admission. Some may find it more helpful to have two or more years in recovery. Please note that the courses are not intended as part of a recovery program to support participant sobriety, or as a replacement for therapy. Students are expected to be open-minded and willing to learn about and discuss new and different approaches for the treatment of addictions.

Substance Abuse Studies Training Program No. Course 39407 39412 39413 39414

Case Management Working with Family Members Group Therapies Prevention and Education

Page Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013

Introduction to Substance Abuse Treatment Motivational Interviewing Psychopharmacology of Drug Abuse and Pharmacotherapies Legal, Ethical and Professional Practice Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment Planning Community Reinforcement Approach Cognitive Behavioral Treatments and Practicum Behavioral Couples Counseling Working with Adolescents: Treatment and Prevention Managing Co-Occurring Disorders Clinical Supervision Cultural Competencies in Counseling

Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Spring 2014 Spring 2014 Spring 2014 Spring 2014

Individual classes are reasonably priced at $129 for 16 hours. Instructions and passwords to access course materials online are on your course confirmation.

No. Course

Page

Related Courses 38755 39132 39310 39406 39465

Lunch & Learn Workshop: Advanced Ethics LADAC Exam Preparation Clincal Evaluation How to Become an Addiction Counselor in New Mexico

Fall 2013 49 49 49 49

Register Now! We want to make sure that you have a seat and materials or textbook. If your class is full, add your name to the waiting list.

Substance Abuse Clinical Supervision Certificate Support, train, and empower your workgroup. Making the transition from clinical professional as a NM LADAC to the role of supervisor is an important step in a counselor’s career. A clinical supervisor is a trained, skilled clinician who now provides consistent leadership and growth opportunities by observation and evaluation in the clinical setting. This is much more than administrative or management responsibilities. When given the task to provide leadership, professional development and support to others in the workgroup, the supervisor is key to create and maintain strong communication and best practices in the field. This certificate will cover the 6 domains in clinical supervision; ethics, professional development needs, evaluation, administration and evidence-based practices in addictions counseling. No. Course 39615 Clinical Supervision Professional Competences

Page Fall 2013

Related Courses 39500 LSAA Internship 39465 Counselors Round the Table

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Human Services Careers

This training program is best suited for those who intend to apply for New Mexico Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADAC). Courses can be taken quickly following the outlined schedule for the semester or more slowly until you have completed all 16 classes for a total of 256 hours towards the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board’s requirement of 276 hours. The weekend format provides a concentrated learning experience while allowing participants to meet their weekday employment and other obligations. Enroll in classes in the Substance Abuse Studies Training Program by phone by calling (505) 277-0077.

39451 39452 39453 39454 39455 39456 39457 39458 39459 39460 39461 39462

Business & Technology

The quick and easy approval process will allow you to get started with classes in either fall or spring terms. Students need to verify all prerequisites with the program supervisor prior to registration.


Business & Technology

Mediation and Conflict Resolution/Grant Writing/Volunteer Management

Professional Skills for Community Programs Mediation and Conflict Resolution Negotiation and dispute-resolution skills are important keys to success in today’s work environments, whether negotiating with organizations or working through relationships with coworkers. Work with professional mediators to develop your conflict resolution, negotiation and mediation skills in these interactive certificate programs. Learn how to turn win-lose scenarios—or lose-lose “stalemates”—into win-win agreements.

Workplace Mediation Certificate Prerequisite: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Certificate. This course is available for early registration. Add this course when registering for the three courses listed above to include it in your registration discount. No. Course 40125 Mediating Workplace Conflicts

Page Fall 2013

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Certificate Registration Discount—Enroll for all three courses at one time and receive a 10% discount. No. Course Page 40110 Communicating with Difficult People 40112 Win-Win Conflict Resolution 40114 Successful Negotiating

50 50 Fall 2013

Grant Writing Learn the skills needed to research, identify, and write a successful grant proposal that satisfies your funding needs. Learn essential terminology, funding types, methods, and practical applications in our Grant and Proposal Writing courses. We can provide the tools you need to successfully compete for funding! No. Course

Page

42140 Essentials of Successful Grant Writing 42145 Grantsmanship Training

50 Fall 2013

UNM employees can use tuition remission. For more information, contact Loree Nalin at 505-277-6025 or hhs@unm.edu. UNM employees should register through UNMCE by faxing your tuition remission form to 505-277-1990. All others should contact the Grantsmanship Training Center directly at registrar@tgci.com or 213-482-9860. Learn strategies for writing clearly, persuasively, and powerfully. For a full list of our writing classes go to page 50.

Volunteer Management Successful organizations value the commitment of people who share their time, energy and expertise. Providing an effective and supportive environment for your volunteers will motivate continued participation. This training is designed to be relevant for coordinators with established programs as well as those in the process of creating new ones. Students will be introduced to best practices for volunteer management recruitment and motivation. Explore ways to enhance the capacity of your organization to recruit and maintain volunteers. For course information visit our website at dce.unm.edu.

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No. Course 42471 42472 42473 42474

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Building a Successful Program Fall 2013 Recruitment, Skill Assessment and Training Fall 2013 Managing and Motivating Your Volunteers Fall 2013 Evaluating Your Volunteer Program Fall 2013

Partial scholarships may be available for those wishing to register for all four courses. You must be currently employed by a non-profit and working with volunteers. Contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor at hhs@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-0077 for more information.

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Computers are an essential part of our daily lives. Introduce yourself to the things a computer can do for you, or decide to increase your skills to enhance your job satisfaction. Our computer labs are equipped with individual computers loaded with the most current software and operating system. Our small class size means greater interaction with instructors and participants in the best possible learning environment. Get the hands-on experience you need to boost your skills in the area of your choice. For more information, contact Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. For Mac-specific questions, contact Caroline Orcutt at digitalarts@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6037.

Are you a new computer user? Enroll in our Computer Literacy certificates and learn how computers work, how to use Windows and Mac operating systems, and how to email and surf the Internet. In addition, get basic information about the main applications used in desktop computing. When you’re ready to learn more about the different operating systems, move to Computer Literacy Certificate Level II.

Computer Literacy Certificate, Level I No. Course

Page

Prerequisite (as needed) 51001 Beginning Keyboarding

Fall 2013

Required Courses (6) 51010 51012 51101 54010 54101 51115

Learn to Use a Computer at Any Age 51 Email and the Internet Fall 2013 Windows: Operating System Basics 51 Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction 54 Mac Operating System: Basics 54 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos 51

Computer Literacy Certificate, Level II No. Course

Page

Prerequisites (as needed) Computer Literacy Certificate Level I or equivalent experience.

Required Courses 51102 Windows: Operating System Intermediate Fall 2013 54102/22 Mac Operating System: Intermediate OR Mac Maintenance and Support Fall 2013/55

Desktop Computing Electives (choose 1) 52141 Word: Beginning 52161 Excel: Beginning

52 52

Digital Arts Electives (choose 1) 54118 Mac OS X Applications 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction

55 59

Why Custom Training? Custom Training can: • Develop targeted training content for the specific needs of your business • Develop training exercises and examples based on participants’ everyday work, not “canned” texts • Create specialized workshops, certificate programs and conferences for your business

• Develop customized one-on-one training • Arrange training dates and times to meet your schedule • Maximize learning time with training at your location • Ensure quality of programs by ensuring constant contact with the UNMCE Project Manager • Save money with cost-effective group training

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Computer Literacy

Computer Literacy

Business & Technology

Computer Skills


Business & Technology

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office Online courses are now available for Office 2003 and 2007. Visit dce.unm.edu and choose “online courses” on the home page. For more information, contact Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033.

Osher members! Many of our Microsoft Office courses are available to you at a 50% discount. To register call 505-277-0077. Not an Osher member? Contact Maralie BeLonge at 505-277-6179 or belonge@unm.edu.

Microsoft Office Specialist The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) credential is a globally recognized standard that meets industry demand and certifies your computer knowledge and skills using 2007 or 2010 Microsoft Office. Find out more about this MOS credential at http://www.microsoft. com/learning/en/us/certification/mos.aspx

Access Database Manager Certificate

Microsoft Word MOS

No. Course

No. Course

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52141 Word: Beginning 52142 Word: Intermediate 52143 Word: Advanced

52 52 52

Microsoft Excel MOS No. Course

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52161 Excel: Beginning 52162 Excel: Intermediate 52163 Excel: Advanced

52 52 52

Microsoft Access MOS No. Course

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52181 Access: Beginning 52182 Access: Intermediate 52183 Access: Advanced

53 53 53

Looking for funding assistance?

Demonstrate that you have the fundamental skills needed to use an Access database, extract meaningful data, and develop large-scale Access applications for multiple users. Complete the entire Access Database Manager Certificate in just one semester! Page

Required Courses 52181 52182 52183 52185 52186 52187 52350

Access: Beginning Access: Intermediate Access: Advanced Access: Mastering Queries Access: Creating Custom Reports Access: Managing Data Relational Database Design Fundamentals

53 53 53 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Fall 2013

Custom Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 Courses In addition to the Microsoft Office classes offered in this catalog, UNM Continuing Education can create customized MS Office classes for your company or department that is upgrading to a new MS Office version. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

You’ve got options:

Tuition assistance may be available if you are unemployed, a veteran or veteran’s spouse, or a person with a disability. Other options include education loans or a managed payment plan. For a list of funding resources, visit our website at dce.unm.edu/Loans

Application and Registration Process

We offer free advisement with a program supervisor to help you choose the training and funding options that work best for you. We make sure that you have all of the information you need to complete any required paperwork. For a list of Program Supervisors with their specialized areas of study and contact information see page 4.

3. Contact your program supervisor about your completed funding application and award

1. Schedule an appointment with a program supervisor 2. Use the completed advisement form to work with your selected funder

4. A copy of your advisement form will be forwarded to the UNM Continuing Education registration office and you will be registered for classes. You will receive confirmation via email.

Contact Sherry TenClay, Senior Program Manager, at 505-277-6038 or sherrytc@unm.edu for more information.

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Contact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, 505-277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu.

Mac Support Certificate

Apple Certificates

Prerequisite (as needed)

The Apple certificates prepare students for operating, upgrading and maintaining Mac computer systems at home and in the office. In addition, this training provides the basis for a professional Mac consulting and troubleshooting career.

54010 Learn to Use a Mac OR basic computer familiarity 54

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No. Course

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Prerequisite (as needed) 54010 Learn to Use a Mac OR basic computer familiarity 54

Required Courses (3) 54101/11 Mac Operating System: Basics 54118 Mac OS X Applications 54151 Mac OS X Support Mastery

54/54 55 Fall 2013

Apple

Real World Mac Certificate

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UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. For information on certifications and exams, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037.

Required Courses (5) 54101/11 Mac Operating System: Basics 54102 Mac Operating System: Intermediate 54118 Mac OS X Applications 54119 Mac OS X Administering and Networking 54122 Mac Maintenance and Support

54/54 Fall 2013 55 Fall 2013 55

Free Information Session Digital Arts Information Session Tuesday, May 28, 5:15-6:30pm See page 10 for details.

Apple Creative Professional Training Gain a competitive edge in the ever-changing job market and advance your professional creative career. UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. We offer Apple training for certification in Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, Apple’s premiere video editing and music production software. We also administer exams for all Apple Certifications, including all Pro Apps, iLife and iWork, and Mac OS X exams. See page 64 for details. Call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or email digitalarts@dce. unm.edu for more information or free advisement.

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Business & Technology

Apple

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Business & Technology

Graphic Design & Visual Communication

Digital Arts Contact: Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor, 505-277-6037, digitalarts@dce.unm.edu. For a comprehensive Digital Arts Program catalog, see our website or contact the program supervisor. Caroline Orcutt began her association with UNM Continuing Education teaching graphic design in 1986. Under her guidance, the Graphic Design Program developed from one class into the current Digital Arts Program, now offering numerous certificate options, over 100 courses, online courses, and Apple Authorized Training Center status. Caroline’s experience with graphic design, web design, photography and filmmaking, along with her MA in art, give her a commanding and thorough knowledge of the field.

Caroline Orcutt, MA Program Supervisor

Graphic Design & Visual Communication Graphic Design/Print Certificates

Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level II

The Graphic Design/Print certificates focus on professional design and production for printed materials including brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, posters, etc. Level I provides information and skills towards entry-level employment. Level II provides advanced training for employment. You may work on Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently.

No. Course

Graphic Design/Print Certificate, Level I No. Course

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Required Design Courses (5) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 55102/322 History of Graphic Design OR Photography Spring 2014/Fall 2013 55103 Typography Fall 2013 55105 2D Design Spring 2014 55201 Drawing to Illustration Basics Fall 2013

Required Business Courses (2) 55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts

Fall 2013 57

Prerequisites (as needed) Graphic Design/Print Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent experience

Required Design Courses (3) 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2013 55123 Logo Design Spring 2014 56392 Color Theory in Digital Media 61

Design Electives (choose 2) 55106 Advertising Design 55107 Publication Design 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 55804 Photography Composition

56 Spring 2014 57/58 58

Required Business Course (choose 1) 55622 55623 55624 55627

Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists 57 Marketing with Social Media 57 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2013 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers Spring 2014

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Computer Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

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Required Computer Courses (8) 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 56185 Digital Prepress 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 56391 Color Management and Calibration

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1. Go to our website at dce.unm.edu. 2. Click on “Student Resources” at the right in the “Quick Links” menu. 3. On the Student Resources page, scroll down to “Transcripts”. 4. Click on “print your transcript” 5. Enter your Username* and Password, then click “sign in”. 6. Click on “my transcript” on the left. 7. Click the red “Print View” button at the top. 8. Now choose “Print” from the File menu in your browser.

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55701 Projects in Digital Arts

Fall 2013

Required Computer Courses (3) 56123 InDesign: Advanced 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate

Spring 2014 60 61

Computer Elective (choose 1) Online Portfolios with InDesign Fall 2013 Book Publishing with InDesign 60 ePublishing with InDesign Fall 2013 Mobile Apps and Interactive Publications with InDesign Spring 2014 Illustrator: Advanced 60 Photoshop: Advanced Fall 2013

Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total of 8-16 hours

Practice computers are available for students enrolled in computer classes during the current semester. Call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule practice time.

The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the small business owner, office employee or anyone who wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I certificates. No. Course

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Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

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Required Courses (9) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 59 56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 59/60 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 60 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 60 56185 Digital Prepress Spring 2014 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 60 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 60 56391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2013

Website Design & Development Website Design Certificates

Required Business Courses (2)

The Website Design certificates focus on building and maintaining professional and effective websites. Various tools and techniques for web editing, graphics and marketing are presented. Level I provides information and skills towards entry-level employment. Level II provides advanced training for employment. For Level II, choose a design or development concentration or a combination. You may work on Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently.

55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts

Fall 2013 57

Computer Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

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Required Computer Courses (10)

55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 55103 Typography Fall 2013 55125 Designing for the Web 56 55231 Storyboarding 56

56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 59 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 60 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 60 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 60/Spring 2014 57111 Flash: Beginning Fall 2013 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 64 58111 HTML: Beginning 64 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 64 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 65 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 65

Required History Course (choose 1)

Website Design Certificate, Level II

Website Design Certificate, Level I No. Course

Page

Required Design Courses (4)

55102 55232 55322 55332 55333

History of Graphic Design History of Animation History of Photography History of Filmmaking History of Television Broadcasting

Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2013

No. Course

Page

Prerequisites (as needed) Website Design Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent experience

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Website Design & Development

56128 56129 56130 56134 56213 56313

Graphic Design Basics Certificate

Business & Technology

Required Projects Course (1)


Business & Technology

Required Design Courses (3) 55105 2D Design Spring 2014 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy Fall 2013 56392 Color Theory in Digital Media 61

Design Elective (choose 1) 55106 Advertising Design 55123 Logo Design 55201 Drawing to Illustration Basics 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 55804 Photography Composition

56 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 57/58 58

Website Design & Development

Required Business Course (choose 1) 55620 55622 55623 55624 55627

Website Marketing and Search Engine Optimization Fall 2013 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists 57 Marketing with Social Media 57 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2013 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers Spring 2014

Required Projects Course (1) 55701 Projects in Digital Arts

Fall 2013

Required Computer Courses (5) 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 60/Spring 2014 58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced Fall 2013 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Fall 2013 58221 Content Management Systems Fall 2013 58401 Web Programming: Basics 65

Design Concentration (choose 3) 56212 56312 57112 57161 58128

Illustrator: Intermediate 60 Photoshop: Intermediate 61 Flash: Intermediate Spring 2014 Motion and Interaction Design for Web and Mobile Devices with Adobe Edge Preview Spring 2014 Using Dreamweaver and Flash Together Spring 2014

Development Concentration (choose 3) 58112/5 HTML: Intermediate OR HTML 5 Fall 2013/Spring 2014 58231 WordPress: Beginning Fall 2013 58411 JavaScript: Beginning 65 58415 JQuery Fall 2013 59411 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL: Beginning 65

Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total of 8-16 hours

Web Design Basics Certificate The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the small business owner, office employee, or anyone who wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I certificates. No. Course

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Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

51/54/54

Required Courses (9) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 59 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 60 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 60/Spring 2014 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 64 58111 HTML: Beginning 64 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 64 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 65 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 65

Web Developer Certificate Build interactive, data driven websites using both client-side and server-side technologies. Acquire an understanding of database design and use, develop basic programming skills, and attain a solid foundation in the construction of websites. No. Course

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Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 52181 Access: Beginning

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Required Courses (12) 52350 Relational Database Design Fundamentals Fall 2013 58111 HTML: Beginning 64 58112/5 HTML: Intermediate OR HTML 5 Fall 2013/Spring 2014 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets 64 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Fall 2013 58221 Content Management Systems Fall 2013 58231 WordPress: Beginning Fall 2013 58401 Web Programming Basics 65 58411 JavaScript: Beginning 65 58870N XML Essentials (online) 65 59411 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL: Beginning 65 59412 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL: Intermediate Spring 2014

Electives (choose 2) 56311 57111 58121 58207 58415 59441

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Photoshop: Beginning 60 Flash: Beginning Fall 2013 Dreamweaver: Beginning 65 Green Web Design with Online Forms Spring 2014 JQuery Fall 2013 Ruby on Rails: Beginning Fall 2013

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Multimedia Certificates: Print, Web, Video

Computer Prerequisite (as needed)

Multimedia Certificate, Level I No. Course

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Required Design Courses (3) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 55103 Typography Fall 2013 55125 Designing for the Web 56

Design Elective (choose 1) 55105 2D Design 55201 Drawing to Illustration Basics 55231 Storyboarding History of Graphic Design History of Animation History of Photography History of Filmmaking History of Television Broadcasting

55604 Writing Creative Copy for Print and Web Media 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts

56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 59 56211 Illustrator: Beginning 60 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 60/Spring 2014 56391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2013 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics Fall 2013 57111 Flash: Beginning Fall 2013 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 64 58111 HTML: Beginning 64 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 65 58122 Dreamweaver: Intermediate 65

Computer Elective (choose 1) 56181 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 58117 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets

Print/Web Concentration (3)

Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Fall 2013

Web/Video Production Concentration (choose 3)

Required Business Courses (2)

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Required Computer Courses (10)

Spring 2014 Fall 2013 56

Required History Course (choose 1) 55102 55232 55322 55332 55333

51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

56121/6 InDesign: Beginning 56122 InDesign: Intermediate 56185 Digital Prepress

60 62 64 59/60 60 Spring 2014

55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 59 57311 Premiere: Beginning 62 57312 Premiere: Intermediate Fall 2013 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101 62/63

Fall 2013 57

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Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor of your choice are available in Apple and Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199.

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Multimedia

The Multimedia certificates focus on professional design and production for print and electronic media including websites, CDs, DVDs, self-running presentations, as well as brochures, newsletters, ads, letterhead, etc. Choose a print/web or web/video concentration or a combination. Level I provides information and skills towards entry-level employment. Level II provides advanced training for employment. You may work on Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently.

Business & Technology

Multimedia


Business & Technology

Multimedia

Multimedia Certificate, Level II

Instructional Media Developer Certificate

No. Course

Page

Prerequisites (as needed) Multimedia Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent experience

Required Design Courses (2) 55108 Symbols: Introduction to Visual Literacy 56392 Color Theory in Digital Media

Fall 2013 61

Design and Related Electives (choose 2)

The Instructional Media Developer certificate focuses on creating rich materials for the classroom, including multimedia content for online learning. Learn production techniques for developing and building media for online courses and the Web. In conjunction with the Online Instructor certificate, gain an understanding of how adults learn in order to facilitate the planning and development of content that will enhance the learning process.

Any 2 or more Graphic Design, Business, Digital Photography or Digital Videography (55000-55999) courses for a total of 16-32 hours

No. Course

Required Business Course (choose 1)

Required Design Courses (3)

55620 55622 55623 55624 55627

Website Marketing and Search Engine Optimization Fall 2013 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists 57 Marketing with Social Media 57 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2013 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers Spring 2014

Required Projects Course (1) 55701 Projects in Digital Arts

Fall 2013

Required Computer Courses (choose 5) 56134 Mobile Apps and Interactive Publications with InDesign Spring 2014 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 60/Spring 2014 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 61 57112 Flash: Intermediate Spring 2014 57161 Motion and Interaction Design for Web and Mobile Devices with Adobe Edge Preview Spring 2014 58123 Dreamweaver: Advanced Fall 2013 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Fall 2013 58401 Web Programming: Basics 65

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Pre/Corequisite Online Instructor Certificate

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55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 55125 Designing for the Web 55231 Storyboarding

56 56 56

Computer Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

51/54/54

Required Computer Courses (13) 52241 PowerPoint: Beginning 54 52245 PowerPoint and Media Fall 2013 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 59 56121 InDesign: Beginning 59 56311/51 Photoshop: Beginning OR Fireworks 60/Spring 2014 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics Fall 2013 57151 Building Instructional Media with Adobe Captivate Fall 2013 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 62 58101 Creating and Maintaining a Website 64 58111 HTML: Beginning 64 58121 Dreamweaver: Beginning 65 58201 Principles of Accessible Web Design Fall 2013 58221 Content Management Systems Fall 2013

Print/Web Concentration (3) 56123 InDesign: Advanced 56212 Illustrator: Intermediate 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate

Spring 2014 60 61

Web/Video Production Concentration (choose 2) 55921 Documentary Videography Spring 2014 57411/31 After Effects OR Motion Fall 2013/Spring 2014 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing 63

Online Instructor Certificate Explore the world of online training! Discover the fine points of the online learning environment and how it varies from face-to-face learning. Gain a better understanding of the technologies used and what it takes to develop your own online class. See page 15 for details.

Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total of 8-16 hours

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Digital Photography Certificate, Level II

The Digital Photography certificates offer professional training in creating, editing and manipulating digital photographs. Digital photography may be used in web design, multimedia, filmmaking, as a fine art medium or in commercial photography. Level I provides information and skills towards entry-level employment. Level II provides advanced training for employment. You may work on Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital camera is required for these certificates.

No. Course

Page

Camera Prerequisites (as needed) 55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera

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Required Photography Courses (5) 55322 History of Photography 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 55804 Photography Composition 55810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature and Landscape Photography 55821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II OR Digital SLR Techniques

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Required Business Course (1) 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts

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Computer Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

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Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) 51115 Organize Your Files and Photos 54303 iPhoto: Beginning 56361 Lightroom: Beginning

Digital Photography Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent experience

Required Design and Photography Courses (3) 55101 Graphic Design and Visual Communication 56 55822 Professional Lighting Techniques Fall 2013 55828 Creating Depth in Digital Photography Spring 2014 55810/24 Using Natural Light OR Nature and Landscape Photography 58/Fall 2013 55821/3 Photography with a Digital Camera II OR Digital SLR Techniques 58/Fall 2013 55825 Photographing People in Digital Fall 2013 55827 Digital Wedding Photography Spring 2014 55830 Digital Black and White Photography Fall 2013 55831 Architectural Photography Spring 2014 55832 Sports and Action Photography Spring 2014 55834 High Dynamic Range Photography Spring 2014 55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 59 OR any other Digital Photography (55800-55899) course

Required Business Course (choose 1) 55622 55623 55624 55627

Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists 57 Marketing with Social Media 57 Starting a Digital Arts Business Fall 2013 Portfolios for Photographers and Designers Spring 2014

Required Projects Course (1) 55701 Projects in Digital Arts

Required Computer Courses (5) 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 56391 Color Management and Calibration

Prerequisites (as needed)

Photography Electives (choose 4)

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Required Computer Courses (2) 56313 Photoshop: Advanced 56392 Color Theory in Digital Media

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Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-58999) for a total of 8-16 hours

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Electives (1 or more) Any 1 or more Digital Arts courses (54000-59999) for a total of 8-16 hours

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Digital Photography Certificates

Business & Technology

Digital Photography


Business & Technology

Digital Photography Basics Certificate The Digital Arts Basics certificates are designed for the small business owner, office employee or anyone who wants to learn the basics of digital arts used in design, marketing and multimedia and needs just the essentials to get started quickly. Get started with the basics in Graphic Design, Web Design, Digital Photography or all three. These courses also apply to the Level I certificates. No. Course

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Prerequisites (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics 51/54/54 55807 Choosing the Right Digital Camera 58 55808 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera 58

Required Courses (7) 55801/3 Photography with a Digital Camera 57/58 55804 Photography Composition 58 56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 59 56105 Scanning and Digitizing Photos: Basics 59 56311/31 Photoshop OR Elements: Beginning 60/61 56312/32 Photoshop OR Elements: Intermediate 61/61 56391 Color Management and Calibration Fall 2013

Required Photo Organizing Course (choose 1) 51115 Organize Your Files and Photos 54303 iPhoto: Beginning 56361 Lightroom: Beginning

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Use Your Photography Skills on a Story of New Mexico Trip or Tour Photography opportunities abound with Story of New Mexico’s tours. Join the Exploring Ghost Ranch tour for some unbelievable shots! See page 71 for additional destinations!

Why Custom Training? Custom Training can: • Develop targeted training content for the specific needs of your business • Develop training exercises and examples based on participants’ everyday work, not “canned” texts • Create specialized workshops, certificate programs and conferences for your business

• Develop customized one-on-one training • Arrange training dates and times to meet your schedule • Maximize learning time with training at your location • Ensure quality of programs by ensuring constant contact with the UNMCE Project Manager • Save money with cost-effective group training

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Digital Filmmaking Certificate

Required Computer Courses (6)

The Digital Filmmaking certificate offers training in digital filmmaking including videography, video and audio editing, television production, motion graphics, 2D animation and visual effects. Learn the skills necessary for professional video or motion graphics projects, film shorts, broadcasting or innovative filmmaking. Choose a video or motion graphics concentration or a combination.

Digital Filmmaking Certificate, Level I No. Course

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Required Courses (4) 55231 Storyboarding 55804 Photography Composition 55911 Digital Videography: An Introduction 55942 Community Media Studio Production

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Required History Course (choose 1) 55232 55322 55332 55333

History of Animation History of Photography History of Filmmaking History of Television Broadcasting

57311 Premiere: Beginning AND 62 57312 Premiere: Intermediate Fall 2013 OR 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101 62/63

Video Concentration (2) 55921 Documentary Videography Spring 2014 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing 63

Motion Graphics Concentration (3) 55201 Drawing to Illustration Basics 57111 Flash: Beginning 57112 Flash: Intermediate

Fall 2013 Fall 2013 Fall 2013

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Required Business Course (1) 55625 Legal Issues in Digital Arts

Required Video Editing Course(s) (1-2)

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Digital Filmmaking Certificate Level I courses, as needed, or equivalent experience For information on advanced curriculum and additional business courses for Digital Filmmaking, contact the program supervisor.

Computer Prerequisite (as needed) 51101/4101/11 Operating System Basics

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Music Production Music Production Certificate

Required Courses (4)

Enter the world of modern music production with digital recording, editing and mixing techniques. Put together a collection of virtual instruments to be played live or used with other software. Discover dynamite production solutions for music bed, soundtrack, hip hop, rhythm and blues, rock, electronic music creation and more.

57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 62 57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR Logic 101: An Introduction to Logic Pro 62/63 57641 Reason: Software with a Beat Fall 2013 57691 Music Promotion and Distribution Fall 2013

Advanced Music Production Certificate

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Prerequisites (as needed) Music Production courses, as needed, or equivalent experience

Required Courses (2) 55637 Legal Issues for Digital Music Spring 2014 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro 64

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Level I provides information and skills towards entrylevel employment. Level II provides advanced training for employment. You may work on Levels I and II consecutively or concurrently. Note: A digital video camera and tripod are required for some classes in these certificates.

56101 Computer Graphics: An Introduction 59 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 60 56312 Photoshop: Intermediate 61 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics Fall 2013 57411/31 After Effects OR Motion Fall 2013/Spring 2014 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction 62

Business & Technology

Digital Filmmaking


Business & Technology

Apple Creative Professional Certifications

Apple Creative Professional Certifications

Apple Certified Pro

Apple Authorized Training Center

Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level Two

UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. We offer Apple Training for certification in Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, Apple’s premiere video editing and music production software. We administer exams for all Apple Certifications, including all Creative Professional Applications, iLife and iWork, and Mac OS X exams.

No. Course Prerequisite Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification

Required Course (1) 57913 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro Advanced Editing

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Exam Prep (as needed) 57799 Tutorial Elective

Differentiate yourself to employers and prospective clients as an Apple Certified Pro, and gain a competitive edge in the ever-changing job market. Apple certification programs create a benchmark for assessing users’ proficiency in Apple’s professional applications. Level One certification attests to basic operational knowledge of the application. Level Two demonstrates knowledge of advanced features and a deeper understanding of the application.

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Required Exam (1) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session

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Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level One No. Course

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Prerequisites (as needed) 54101/11 Mac Operating System: Basics OR basic knowledge of Macintosh OS X 57601 Digital Audio: An Introduction OR basic knowledge of audio terminology

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Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro Level One

Required Course (1)

No. Course

57611/981 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR Logic 101: An Introduction to Logic Pro 62/63

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Prerequisites (as needed) 54101/11 Mac Operating System: Basics 54/54 OR basic knowledge of Mac OS X 56311 Photoshop: Beginning 60 57105 Principles of Motion Graphics Fall 2013 OR basic knowledge of editing terminology

Required Course (1) 57322/911 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate OR FCP 101: Introduction to Final Cut Pro 62/63

Exam Prep (as needed) 57799 Tutorial Elective 64 Exam Prep Guide and Practice Exam (see Apple’s website)

Required Exam (1) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session

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Exam Prep (as needed) 57699 Tutorial Elective

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Required Exam (1) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session

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Apple Certified Pro: Logic Pro Level Two No. Course

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Prerequisite Level One Logic Pro End User certification

Required Course (1) 57983 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro

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Exam Prep (as needed) 57799 Tutorial Elective

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Required Exam (1) 57990V Apple Certification Exam Session

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Information Technology certifications continue to increase in value. Employers are demanding a concrete way to determine the knowledge, skills and abilities of potential employees. A certification demonstrates that you have met the international standard of the relevant certifying body. In addition to the certification content listed here, check our website at dce.unm.edu for online certification courses. For more information, contact Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033.

CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering dard Server Architecture (ISSA) technology. Professionals who want to certify their advanced technical knowledge in areas such as RAID, SCSI, and multiple CPUs should consider this certification.

A testing voucher is included with each of the CompTIA certification courses. Upon completion of each course, place your voucher request by contacting Nanette Bowring at nbowring@unm.edu. You must request your vouchers within six months of the completion of the class.

Required Course

A+ Certification CompTIA A+ certification gives you training and experience in the building, maintenance and repair of personal computers. A+ validates the latest skills needed from today’s computer support professionals. The A+ credential requires two tests. No. Course

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Required Courses 63131 Essentials of Hardware and Software Operating Systems 63134 Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting

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Prerequisites A+ certification Network+ certification 63201 Server Administration Concepts (Server +) Fall 2013

Health IT Technician Certification The Health IT Technician Certification prepares you to implement, deploy, and support the new healthcare IT systems required for electronic medical records. This certificate is recommended for anyone who may be working in the IT field at a medical office, hospital, or clinic. No. Course

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Prerequisites A+ certification

Required Courses 63531 Healthcare IT Technician

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Security Specialist Security+ Certification

Successful Network+ candidates possess the knowledge to configure and install network hardware, and to deploy, configure and support software using different network topologies, services, and protocols.

Security+ validates your security management skills. The exam covers industry-wide topics including communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, access control, authentication, external attack, and operational and organization security. This certification is recommended for senior technicians with two or more years of experience.

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Prerequisite A+ certification or two years of networking experience.

Required Course 63312 Network Support (Network+)

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Server+ Certification

A+ certification Network+ certification or three years of technical networking experience with emphasis on security.

Required Course 63511 Security+

Fall 2013

CompTIA Server+ certification, an international industry credential, validates the knowledge of individuals with 18-24 months of experience with Industry Stan-

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CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering

Learn the skills in-demand for supporting and managing today’s complex computer networks. Computer technicians support local area networks, workstations, switches, printers and peripherals. These positions require a broad knowledge of network integration, network interoperability, communication technologies, network protocols and security. Get prepared for current job opportunities as well as new career options in network administration and engineering.

Business & Technology

IT Professional


Business & Technology

Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online/ITIL Certification

Microsoft Professional and Oracle Online Visit dce.unm.edu and choose “online courses” near the top of the home page. For more information, contact Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. Microsoft professionals such as network administrators, system administrators, and other IT professionals using Microsoft’s Windows Server 2008 will find online courses convenient and helpful in exercising their existing knowledge and learning the new. Experience in implementing and administering Windows network operating systems; familiarity with network services and applications is required prior to registering for a Microsoft Professional online course.

Professionals such as database administrators, developers, and others planning to take the Oracle Application Server 10g certification exams will find our online courses a great way to prepare study and refresh for the exams. Experience with Linux operating systems, some experience in Internet based application administration, a good understanding of Oracle Application Server components and concepts are highly recommended prior to registering for online Oracle courses. View our online Oracle classes on our website at dce.unm.edu.

Take a look at our Microsoft courses on page 51.

ITIL Certification Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Certification ITIL training is essential for IT professionals who want to help their organization use IT to provide continuous service management and improvement. This method of IT support can improve IT service and productivity while reducing costs. Gain a basic understanding of the ITIL framework and how it may be used to enhance the quality of IT service management within your organization. This three day course concludes with the ITIL certification exam.

Instruction is delivered by an ITIL Accredited Training Organization, Propoint Solutions whose EXIN Accredited Trainers (ATs) hold the ITIL Expert Certification and the ISO/IEC 20000 Consultant Certification. For more information visit the ITIL website at http:// www.itil-officialsite.com/home/home.aspx. For schedule and availability, contact Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033. No. Course Required Course 67955 V3 ITIL® Foundation Certification

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This highly interactive course includes a practical blend of instruction, Q&A, case studies, and sample exams to maximize adult learning and practical application. To request an official transcript:

Custom IT courses or IT consultation

1. Go to our website at dce.unm.edu. 2. Click on “Student Resources” at the right in the “Quick Links” menu. 3. On the Student Resources page, scroll down to “Transcripts”. 4. Click on “request a transcript” to download a Transcript Request Form. 5. Print and complete the form, then submit to our Registration office via fax 505-277-1990, email registration@dce.unm.edu, by mail or in person at 1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102. A $10 non-refundable processing fee is required.

If your business has a need for customized training specifically for a group of employees in desktop support, programming, IT security, systems engineering, ITIL, GIS or other IT course topic, our Custom Training Program can provide these courses at your site or at ours. We also provide expert IT consultation for businesses. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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AutoCAD with 3D Modeling Certificate

Required Courses

AutoCAD is one of the world’s leading 2D and 3D Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD) design tools used by architects, engineers and other professionals who require computer drafting and drawing techniques in their work. The AutoCAD certificate program is suitable for both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT users.

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AutoCAD: Beginning AutoCAD: Intermediate AutoCAD: Advanced SketchUp: Introduction to 3D Modeling

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Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classes and receive access to the AutoCAD student version for three years at no charge. The student version contains the same AutoCAD software as the commercial version, but is to be used for student practice and projects only. Access information is provided at the first class session.

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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst Certificates Is GIS right for you? Check out the many occupations that use GIS as an essential tool for data analysis, marketing, and cost containment. http://gis.com/content/who-uses-gis. Our instructors are experts who use GIS in their daily work. Learn how to use Geographic Information Systems to help identify solutions to complex, real world challenges. GIS provides tools to analyze any comprehensive set of data tied to location information. More and more businesses are turning to GIS to address their needs for data collection and to make more informed decisions. For more information, contact Sujen Diviney, Program Coordinator at itpro@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6033.

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Required Courses 69311 69312 69313

ArcGIS Desktop: Tools and Functionality® Fall 2013 Project Management for GIS Professionals Fall 2013 Advanced GIS Fall 2013

Elective Courses (Choose 2) 69304 69305 52181 52182 52183 52350

Basic Cartography Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Access: Beginning Access: Intermediate Access: Advanced Access: Relational Database Design Fundamentals

Fall 2013 Fall 2013 53 53 53 Fall 2013

Why Custom Training? Custom Training can: • Develop targeted training content for the specific needs of your business • Develop training exercises and examples based on participants’ everyday work, not “canned” texts • Create specialized workshops, certificate programs and conferences for your business

• Develop customized one-on-one training • Arrange training dates and times to meet your schedule • Maximize learning time with training at your location • Ensure quality of programs by ensuring constant contact with the UNMCE Project Manager • Save money with cost-effective group training

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For more information, contact Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor at digitalarts@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6037.

69111 69112 69113 69116

Business & Technology

AutoCAD


Business & Technology Course Information

Leadership, Management and Supervision

Business & Technology

This section contains individual course descriptions, dates and times. Please refer to the section beginning on page 11 for program information and guidelines for both UNM certificates and industry-sponsored certifications. For online course information, see page 7 or visit our website. You can also check the website for new course sections that may be established after catalog publication UNM employees, you may use your Tuition Remission benefit for all Business & Technology courses. For complete Tuition Remission policy information, please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Professional Development & Skills Leadership, Management and Supervision UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Managing Time Productively and Delegating for Results Learn how to create goals that lead to greater productivity. Set priorities and stick to them. Manage conflicting role demands. Free up time by delegating tasks correctly. Overcome the “I’d rather do it myself” syndrome. Set specific goals for the long, intermediate, and short terms. Eliminate time wasters. Build daily plans that move you toward your goals, while allowing flexibility. Course: 20518 Section A: Jun 3-10 Nancy Greiff, PhD

$199 For: 6 hours M 5:30pm-8:30pm

Create your own Custom Leadership University UNM Continuing Education can create a Leadership University for businesses who want to improve the supervisory, management, or leadership skills of their employees. Our custom training staff will help you create a unique program that will take your organization’s leadership to a higher level of effectiveness while improving your organization’s business results. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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Leadership, Management and Supervision Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 20525N Workplace Ethics $99 20526N Business Ethics for Managers $99 20527N Understanding Organizational Ethics $99 20530N Moving From Management to Leadership $189 20531N Succession Planning for Business Environments $399 21349N Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace $199 Human Resources Management Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 20989N 20992N 20994N

Managing Diversity in the Workplace $149 Effective Hiring and Interviewing $299 Recruiting and Retention Strategies $399

The following SkillSoft classes are approved by the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI): 20990N Professional in Human Resources (PHR) $899 20991N Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) $899 Some of the Mediation and Conflict Resolution courses are included in our Supervisory Skills Certificates. These courses are listed on page 50 as part of the Community Engagement section. For more information regarding the Mediation and Conflict Resolution courses, contact Loree Nalin, Program Supervisor, at lnalin@unm.edu or 505-277-6025, or visit dce.unm.edu.

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Leadership & Management Tools Project Management UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077.

As an official Project Management Institute instruction provider, UNM Continuing Education provides the tools to manage projects successfully. Understand the tools and skills to manage a project. Identify the deliverables, stakeholders, systems and processes that can improve your outcomes. Then prepare for certification through our exam prep course, a proven path to exam success. Applying Project Management for Effective Teams Master the complex and challenging organizational process of project interaction and support. Learn to navigate using project management to balance resources within the organization. Learn to treat segments of work as mini-projects, and understand how to use project management techniques to communicate developments clearly. This approach facilitates a process whereby customers actively participate in planning and decision-making. Course: 21000 $449 For: 15 hours Section A: Jun 17-21 MTWThF 9:30am-12:30pm Jane Betterton, BSChe, OPM3 Certified Professional

$269 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking Track the use of resources and materials accurately, and assure the success of any project! Learn to fine-tune schedule and cost estimates with resources using MS Project. Explore trade-off analysis between cost, time and scope. Implement a tracking system for reporting project progress. Prerequisite: 21025 or prior approval from instructor. Required Text: New Perspectives on Microsoft Project 2010: Introductory. Course Technology, First ed. ISBN-10: 0538746769. This text is included in Course 21025: MS Project 2010 Module 1. Additional copies are available at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Course: 21030 Section A: Jul 23-25 Note: 2010 Version. Mary Byrd

$269 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

MS Project Module 3: Team Communication and Productivity Learn to develop a comprehensive project management information system infrastructure and design advanced reports to meet project communication requirements. Create and manage custom fields, reports and calendars. Develop and use a shared resource pool and project templates. Prepare project information to publish online. Share project information with other software. Review system requirements for workgroup collaboration and various add-on products. Prerequisite: 21030. Required Text: New Perspectives on Microsoft Project 2010: Introductory, Course Technology, First ed. ISBN-10: 0538746769. This text is included in Course 21025: MS Project 2010 Module 1. Additional copies are available at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Course: 21041 Section A: Jul 30-Aug 1 Note: 2010 Version. Mary Byrd

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Our certificate programs/courses are a good choice for those looking for project management experience and those aspiring to obtain a PMI credential. They are also a perfect choice for existing PMI credential holders that are looking for approved courses for PMI’s continuing certification units PDUs. Please visit http://www.pmi.org to learn more about PMI’s credentials and how they may fit into your continuing education plans.

Course: 21025 Section A: Jul 16-18 Note: 2010 Version. Mary Byrd

Business & Technology

UNM Continuing Education is a Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute (PMI). As a Registered Education Provider (REP), we offer certificate programs and courses that are preapproved for professional development units (PDUs) through PMI and have been reviewed by a project management professional (PMP) to ensure that they meet PMI’s expectations for professional development in project management.

MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition Use Microsoft Project as your Project Management Information System (PMIS). Learn how to outline and build a specific project plan step-by-step, incorporating complex relationships between tasks and resources. Design a Work Breakdown Structure to ensure completion of the project, set realistic schedules, make accurate estimates, and manage the expectations of customers. Prerequisite: 51101 or 51111 or equivalent experience.


PMI Approved Online Courses

Instruction and Facilitation Training

Business & Technology

Gatlin/Ed2go is also a Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute (PMI)! These options have also been preapproved for PDUs. For a complete list of Gatlin/Ed2go classes, visit our website at dce.unm.edu and choose “online courses.� Ed2go instructor-led options: 4200013 High Speed Project Management $119 4900135 Purchasing Fundamentals $119 4200040 Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications $119 4900139 Supply Chain Management Fundamentals $119 4200032 Understanding the Human Resources Function $119 4200014 Introduction to Business Analysis $119 4900138 Mastery of Business Fundamentals $119 4900098 Total Quality Fundamentals $119 4200010 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management $119 4200011 Fundamentals of Supervision and Management II $119 4100016 Keys to Effective Communication $119 4100017 Leadership $119 4100001 Achieving Success With Difficult People $119 4550057 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2007 $119 4510006 Creating User Requirements Documents $119 Gatlin Career Training Programs: 4900136 Project Management with Microsoft Project 2007 $1995 4900137 Microsoft Project 2007 $795 4220019 Lean Mastery $1695 4220021 Management Training $2095 4220025 Purchasing and Supply Chain Management $2095 4220020 Management for IT Professionals $2095

Instruction and Facilitation Training UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Our courses can help you lead a better meeting, develop more effective communication tools, or analyze the training needs of your organization. Our partnership with ASTD (American Society for Training and Development) will offer professional support in this growing career field. Facilitating Adult Learning Discover how to facilitate learning in the workplace or classroom. Explore adult learning theory, learning styles, and the unique characteristics of adult learners. View adult learners both as a collective group and as individuals with diverse needs. This course emphasizes the practical, and summarizes the theoretical. It is helpful to anyone teaching or training adults in formal or informal settings. Prerequisite: None. Course: 23000 $429 For: 15 hours Section A: Jun 11-Jul 9 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Crista Benavidez, MA OLIT Applied Professional Trainer Skills Bring it all together! Apply all of the skills learned in the Professional Trainer certificate program in this capstone course. Review the skills learned and practice them with your peers in a professional and supportive setting. Prerequisite: 23000, 23003, 23006, 23008, 23009, 23012, 23021, 23023. Course: 23025 Section A: Jul 15-Aug 12 Barbara Ibanez, MA

$429 For: 15 hours M 5:30pm-8:30pm

Training and Facilitation Online

Project Management Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 21026N Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Project 21027N Microsoft Office 2010: Advanced Project

$299

SkillSoft self-study classes include: 23028N Presenting Successfully 23092N Facilitation Certificate Online

$129 $259

$229

Customized Project Management Courses Your business or department may want to take customized Project Management classes as a group to learn the processes together, and then develop a unique project plan for your business. Also, PMI Exam Prep courses are offered to businesses. Please contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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Professional Communications Customer Service Online

$99 $99 $399 $299 $299 $349

Employment and Career Development UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077.

WorkSkills Develop—or refine—your workplace and interpersonal skills with this comprehensive, results-focused course. Improve your ability to speak in a group, discover the most effective ways to get essential information from your supervisor, learn to resolve conflicts with your co-workers, and train yourself to cope with change in a professional manner. Explore the “ripple effect” of teamwork, and learn effective ways to balance your life between home and work. Apply five basic principles that will transform your new skills into a methodology for daily living. Course: 23105 $599 For: 36 hours Section A: Jun 10-Jul 19 MWF 9:00am-11:00am Carol March, MA

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Who qualifies? Anyone registering for three or more classes at the same time; Organizations registering three or more employees in the same class; Senior citizens age 65 or older; and UNM students with a valid UNM ID. Restrictions apply, see page 2 for details.

Business and Professional Careers Administrative Professionals Administrative Professional Online Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: 4100001 Achieving Success with Difficult People $119 4100016 Keys to Effective Communication $119 4200003 Administrative Assistant Applications $119 4200004 Administrative Assistant Fundamentals $119 4510005 Computer Skills for the Workplace $119 4900050 Introduction to Windows 7 $119 4900073 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 $119 4900075 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2010 $119 4900087 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010 $119 4900111 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2010 $119 4900112 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 $119 4900114 Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 $119 4900115 Writing Essentials $119

Customized Quality Management Courses UNMCE’s Custom Training Program offers Lean, Six Sigma, Project Management and Earned Value Management (EVM) courses tailored specifically for the requirements of your business or organization. Contact us at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu for more information.

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Professional Communications/Career Development/Admin Professionals

Career Development

SkillSoft self-study classes include: 22016N Obtaining Results from the Boss $69 21351N Get Your Career on the Fast Track $99 21352N Basic Business Skills to Get You on the Fast Track $99 21353N Communication Skills to Fast Ttrack Your Career $99 21354N Interpersonal Skills on the Fast Track $99 21355N The Boss Factor $99 21356N Improving Your Image $99 23110N Listening Essentials $169 23112N Take Control of Your Time by Working More Effectively $199

Business & Technology

SkillSoft self-study classes include: 22011N Telephone Skills for Business Professionals 22251N The Customer Service Representative (CSR) 22281N How to Excel at Customer Service 22282N Measuring Customer Satisfaction 22283N Internal Customer Service 22284N Managing a Customer-Focused Department

Personal Career Development Online


Business & Marketing

Finance and Accounting

Finance and Accounting/Business & Marketing/Paralegal

Business & Technology

Accounting One This course will introduce the students to the accounting environment. The course will cover the basics of accounting: the accounting equation; financial statements; recording business transactions; recording adjusting, closing, and reversing entries; accounting for a trading business; special journals & controls, and accounting for cash. This an excellent course for the business professional who needs a better understanding of accounting processes. Course: 37200 Section A: Jun 10-26 Daniel Valles, MBA

$459 For: 18 hours MW 6:00-9:00pm

Accounting Two The course builds on the knowledge of the accounting environment learned in Accounting One. This course will cover: Accounts receivable and payables; accounting for long-life and intangible assets; accounting for inventories; accounting for payroll; partnership accounting; and corporate accounting. This is an excellent course for the business professional who needs a better understanding of the accounting processes. Prerequisite: 37200. Required text: E-Z Accounting (Barron’s E-Z). Barron’s Educational Series, 5.0 ed. ISBN-10: 0764142569. This text is included in Course 37200: Accounting One. Additional copies are available at UNM Continuing Education for a fee. Course: 37201 Section A: Jul 8-24 Daniel Valles, MBA

$459 For: 18 hours MW 6:00-9:00pm

Finance and Accounting Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 37050N Basic Business Math Skills 37210N Practical Budgeting Skills for Business 37211N Accounting 101 37212N Finance & Accounting Essentials for Non-financial Professionals 37213N Accounting 102 37214N Managerial Accounting

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$189 $149 $199 $599 $179 $359

Business and Marketing Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 37014N Green Business Strategies: Planning & Implementing the New Model 37047N Online Branding Strategy 37051N Strategic Marketing in Action 37076N Competitive Marketing Strategies 37075N Decision-making and Problem-solving for Business

$129 $249 $359 $189 $349

Paralegal UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Paralegal Certificate Course This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the legal system and basic concepts of paralegalism, including civil procedure, litigation, evidence, interviewing, law office management, ethics, and Court rules and procedures. Students will learn basic library and online research, in addition to legal analysis and legal writing skills. Course: 37326 $2199 For: 112 hours Section A: Jul 1-Aug 15 MTWThF 9:00am-12:30pm Anita Traub, J.D. Paralegal Internship The internship is designed to expand knowledge through supervised placements in governmental and other legal settings. The student intern will work under the direct supervision of an attorney or paralegal in a governmental agency or law office as arranged and approved by the instructor. Completion of UNM Continuing Education Paralegal Certificate course with a GPA of 3.0 or better and instructor recommendation is required for enrollment in the internship. Course: 37327 $1699 For: 160 hours Section A: Jun 3-Jul 26 MTWThF 8:00am-5:00pm Anita Traub, J.D.

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Health and Community Action Development Emergency Medical Services

Introducing our new partnership with the Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy! Whether you are a culinary novice or a professional, our unique online learning environment is designed to help you acquire the knowledge, skills, and confidence to awaken and enrich your culinary passion. Completion of our Culinary Arts Program will result in a solid culinary foundation and association with the ideals of the great Master Chef, Auguste Escoffier. The mission of the Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy is to deliver a robust culinary program wherein the novice cook and culinary professional can practice and acquire the techniques and methods of the Master Chef, Auguste Escoffier, through a chefled, self-paced virtual culinary program. Culinary Fundamentals Online Program

$3995*

*UNM Continuing Education Students receive a 15% discount on this program! Be sure to mention UNM Continuing Education when registering. To Register, call 1-855-696-6602 Don’t forget to mention UNM Continuing Ed for a 15% discount! For more information, visit dce.unm.edu/CulinaryArts

Course: 38054 Section A: Jul 27 UNM Valencia staff

$79 For: 8 hours Sa 8:30am-5:30pm

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic Train to work in emergency rooms, with ambulance services and for fire services. Your training gives you the knowledge, skills and abilities to recognize and stabilize patients with life-threatening emergencies at the scene and during transport. Upon successful completion of this course and prior to employment you must pass the state licensing exam for EMT Basic (exam cost is $70.00 and licensing fee is $65.00; not included in tuition). This course exceeds the National Standards recommendations for the EMT Basic. This course also includes information and training for skills allowed by the New Mexico EMT-Basic Scope of Practice. For some employment opportunities, age requirements may apply. A current CPR card is required (BLS level) at the start of this course. All costs for books, materials and needle-stick insurance are included in the tuition for this course. A fee of $80 for background screening/fingerprint will be collected by EMS Academy. For course content and requirements or license information contact the EMS Academy at (505) 272-5757. Course: 38080 $899 For: 180 hours Section A: Jun 4-Sep 12 TWTh 5:30pm-9:30pm Fred Payne

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Culinary Arts/Emergency Medical Services

Culinary Arts

NEW

American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR In this course, health care professionals learn to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR to victims of all ages, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. This course is recommended for all health care providers such as doctors, EMS personnel, physician assistants, dentists, nurses, and respiratory therapists who must have a credential (certification card) documenting successful completion of a CPR course. This is an 8 hour course. If students wish to purchase a book to keep an additional $15.00 fee will be charged. (Use of American Heart Association materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any fees charged for such a course, except for a portion of fees needed for AHA course materials; do not represent income to the Association.)

Business & Technology

UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077.


Health Care Careers

Health Care Careers

Business & Technology

UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialist Prepare for a variety of administrative positions in the medical industry, including Admitting Clerk, Medical Biller, Claims Processor and Medical Front Office. Learn third-party payer billing, state and federal rules and regulations, compliance issues, HIPAA, patient record keeping, patient registration, and scheduling. Review reimbursement methodologies, fee schedule reimbursement and charge-master issues, along with an introduction to CPT-4 and ICD-9 coding systems. Course materials included in course fee. Course: 38110 $769 For: 27.5 hours Section A: Jun 6-Aug 22 Th 5:30pm-8:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP HCPCS Codes Modifiers This couse covers level II of the HSPCS coding system. HCPCS level II is a standardized coding system that is used primarily to identify products, supplies, and services not included in the CPT codes, such as ambulance services and durable medical equipment, injections, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS). A complete review of HCPCS level II modifiers and their relationship to CPT-4 codes will also be covered. A basic knowledge of CPT coding is desired. Required Text: AAPC 2013 HCPCS Level II Expert, softbound by Ingenix ISBN: 978-1-937348-32-8. Course: 38120 $329 For: 10 hours Section A: Jul 8-29 M 5:30pm-8:00pm Lupe Chavez, CPC, CPC-H, CCP Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, Clinical Experience Gain the essential knowledge and skills to become an effective phlebotomist. Attain hands-on practice applying what you learn in the classroom portion of the course, performing blood draws on realistic plastic models and on other students. During clinicals at a TriCore clinic the last three weeks of the class, you’ll experience the real world of a phlebotomist and have the opportunity to display your acquired skills for potential employment. Participants must be 18 or older, clear a national background check and have current immunizations. Work Skills (#23105) is required for this certificate program. Deadline to enroll in 38205 is May 15, 2013 with all prerequisites completed. Course: 38205 $2699 For: 240 hours Section A: Jun 10-Aug 12 MTWThF 12:00pm-4:30pm

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Note: Classroom and lab hours for the first 6 weeks of class are M-F from 12:00pm to 4:30pm for a total of 120 hours. Clinicals hours for the last 3 weeks will be 40 hours per week for a total of 120 hours; flexible schedules are available. Please note that students are also required to take course 20304 Work Skills. Contact Program Supervisor at lnalin@unm.edu. Sharon Whetten, BSMT (ASCP) Medical Transcription Editor Online The Medical Transcription Editor online training program helps students develop the knowledge and skills of quality medical transcriptionists in addition to the specialized skill set of medical transcription editors. Students focus on keyboarding, medical terminology, language and grammar, and the editing skills required to work with speech recognition technology. Companion textbooks included in tuition. Course: 38128 $2200 For: 640 hours Section A: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an online class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Also note a materials fee of $29.95. Career Step Medical Administrative Assistant Online This online training program helps students gain the specialized skills and business knowledge needed to successfully manage the day-to-day administration of a medical facility, including front desk reception, patient scheduling, insurance and billing, practice finances, and more. Students are prepared to pass the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant exam (CMAA). Companion textbooks included in tuition. Course: 38132 $1110 For: 200 hours Section A: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an onine class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Also note materials fee of $29.95. Career Step Pharmacy Tech Online The Pharmacy Technician online training program helps students quickly develop a broader range of knowledge and skills than those professionals trained solely on the job. Students are prepared for national certification through the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board and gain the background necessary to work in both retail and institutional settings. Companion textbooks included in tuition. Course: 38140 $1610 For: 285 hours Section A: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an online class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Also note materials fee of $29.95. Career Step

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Inpatient and Outpatient Medical Coding and Billing Online This online training program prepares students for both inpatient and outpatient medical coding and billing careers and helps them gain the knowledge and skills required for the national certification exams. Students focus on medical terminology, coding standards, and specific code sets. The online platform provides 24/7 access to the curriculum. Companion textbooks included in tuition.

Healthcare Careers Online

Visit dce.unm.edu/HealthcareOnline for course descriptions and registration information

Fitness and Personal Training UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Personal Trainer for NASM Certification Ready to make a passion for fitness and motivate others as your professional goal? Acquire a comprehensive knowledge of human movement science, as well as functional assessment and program design to prepare you for the NCCA accredited NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) Certification. Discover the power behind Optimum Performance TrainingTM (OPTTM) as you will learn the scientific rationale, teaching tools and the practical experience necessary to perform assessments, create individualized programs including nutrition, and behavior modification and progress your clients to their goals. New skills can be applied quickly to build clientele and increase revenue. This course provides registration for the NASM CPT exam. Course: 38221 $1529 For: 24 hours Section A: Jun 15-Jul 20 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm Note: Course books and material are provided. NASM exam will be scheduled through ICWA after successful completion of the training. Jonathan Smith, RD, LD

$139 For: 4 hours Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Sa 8:00am-12:00pm

Fitness and Wellness Online Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go. Personal Training and Group Exercise Training for Older Adults $2395 Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness $2395 Fitness Business Management $2395 Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness, and Sports $2395 Visit dce.unm.edu/Fitness for course descriptions and registration information.

To request an official transcript: 1. Go to our website at dce.unm.edu. 2. Click on “Student Resources” at the right in the “Quick Links” menu. 3. On the Student Resources page, scroll down to “Transcripts”. 4. Click on “request a transcript” to download a Transcript Request Form. 5. Print and complete the form, then submit to our Registration office via fax 505-277-1990, email registration@dce.unm.edu, by mail or in person at 1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102. A $10 non-refundable processing fee is required. Note: For a user name and/or password reminder, please call 505-277-0077. If you have already taken classes with us, you will have an account already set up. You do not need to set up a new account.

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Fitness and Personal Training

Enhance your learning with these online options from Gatlin and Ed2Go. HIPAA Compliance $119 Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach $119 Medical Billing and Coding + Medical Terminology $1895

Course: 38245 Section A: Jun 1 Section B: Aug 3 Jonathan Smith, RD, LD

Business & Technology

Course: 38145 $2100 For: 640 hours Section A: Continuous Enrollment Note: This is an online class taken on your own computer at your own pace. Dates and times are placeholders only. Also note a materials fee of $69.95. Career Step

Star Wrap Level 1 Practitioners in the field of health and wellness will enhance the effectiveness of their approach using the self-myofacial release system. In this 4 hour workshop you will learn this revolutionary new pain relief and performance system based on the theory of active release, trigger point, and myofacial release therapies. This effective solution to soft tissue issues provides the tools you will need to help clients eliminate pain anywhere in the body. Injury recovery and rehabilitation will also be taught as you learn injury patterns, soft tissue response to injury, and strategies for targeting pain. Learn how to teach clients to use the soft tissue active release system on themselves through specific exercise prescription and joint manipulation. Prerequisites are: Credentials in CPT, LMT, ATC, CSCS, PT assistants or college/high school coaches.


Keys for Well Being

Business & Technology

Keys for Well Being Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) If you’ve ever wanted to learn meditation, you won’t want to miss this amazing opportunity. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is an eight week course that leads participants through a uniquely comprehensive study and practice of mindfulness meditation: what it is, how to do it in our daily lives to reduce stress, manage pain, help with sleep issues, addictions, high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and more, and how it enables our ability to participate in our health and healing. The course culminates with an all-day meditation retreat, an absolute once-in-a-lifetime experience. Participants receive four CD set of Guided Meditations and a comprehensive workbook; full of invaluable information, explanations, and tips, useful during the sessions and as you develop your independent practice. This wonderful series of meditations is a direct descendent of the Dr. Jon Kabat Zinn’s MBSR Program and could not be provided without his generous and exceptional guidance. More information about MBSR is available at:http://www.mindfullivingprograms.com/ whatMBSR.php Course: 38250 $290 For: 18 hours Section A: Jul 25-Sep 12 T 5:45pm-8:00pm Note: All-day retreat, Saturday, August 31, 2013 beginning at 9:00am. Fall class Section A: Sep 26-Nov 14 T 5:45pm-8:00pm Note: All-day retreat, Saturday, November 2, 2013 beginning at 9:00am. UNMMG Center For Life Michelle DuVal, M.A.

UNM employees, please use your fall tuition remission for any course taken between August 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013.

Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL) Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL) is a one-of-a-kind program developed by UNM that runs six weeks and teaches participants an entirely new approach to weight loss and healthy eating habits. Participants learn the clinically proven techniques of mindfulness and learn how to hone and direct their skills toward eating and weight issues. Some of the key program points include learning how to apply mindfulness toward food choices, developing a greater awareness toward hunger and satiety clues from the body, and understanding how stress impacts not only how we eat but how we live our lives, and special attention is paid toward developing the stress management tools for a lifetime of health and greater well being. Each class also includes specially designed mindful eating exercises to specifically apply what we learn to a direct experience of mindful eating. Course fee includes weekly sessions, all food for in-class eating exercises, a comprehensive coursebook and a 3 CD set of guided meditations. Course: 38252 $235 For: 12 hours Section A: Aug 19-Sep 23 M 5:45pm-8:00pm Note: A fee of $15 for food will be paid to the instructor at the first class meeting. Section B: Nov 4-Dec 9 M 5:45pm-8:00pm Note: A fee of $15 for food will be paid to the instructor at the first class meeting. UNMMG Center For Life Michelle DuVal, M.A. Discover Integrated Wellness: Ayurveda, Food as Medicine, Herbalism and More In this class you will learn how to reach optimal health through integrated wellness. By understanding fundamental principles of ancient vedic sciences, using food as medicine and role of herbalism, you will have the road-map to connect for yourself and in your work healthier behaviors to enjoy life to the fullest. This is an excellent intoduction to those working in health care, behavioral and mental health care or fitness or health coaching or case managers for clients of all ages with the added benefit of your own wellness tune-up. Course: 38280 $59 For: 3 hours Section A: Jun 22 Sa 12:00pm-3:00pm Sonia Masocco, LDT, C.AY, CAH

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Exploration in Integrative Wellness

Course: 38409 $295 For: 45 hours Section A: Jul 15-26 MTWThF 8:10am-12:40pm Note: Cheo Torres, PhD, contact Summer Little at 505-277-3716 Cheo Torres

Substance Abuse Studies

Note: To register for class please call 505-277-0077 Ext 1. Advanced Ethics Enhance your professional ethics and learn skills to help resolve a variety of ethical dilemmas. Established practitioners will learn using a problem solving model and will have an opportunity to apply concepts to actual cases. Registrants are encouraged to bring their own ethical challenges for examination and discussion. Course: 39132 $129 For: 6 hours Section A: Jun 29 Sa 9:00am-3:00pm Note: No program approval is necessary for enrolling in this class. Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, MAC

Clinical Evaluation Students will learn how to conduct competent evaluation in substance abuse treatment, and the different purposes of screening, assessment, and diagnosis. Desirable psychometric qualities of instrucments, valid tools for screening and for assessing drug use, and cultural consideration in assessment are discussed. Course: 39406 $129 For: 16 hours Section A: Jun 22-23 SaSu 8:00am-5:00pm Note: No program approval is necessary for enrolling in this class. Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC How to become an Addiction Counselor in New Mexico Ready to become licensed (LADAC) or certified in New Mexico or just needing to know how to get moving in that direction? Get accurate and clear information as you enter the rewarding field of counseling. You will also learn the complete process to be licensed in New Mexico as well as how Certification (CADAC) is helpful to counselors. Determine what meets the NM Counseling and Therapy Practice Board education hours in alcohol, drug abuse and addition counseling from your transcripts (post-secondary degree programs, your SASTP transcript, approved workshops, conferences, and in-service trainings). Leave with a plan from this informative session. To help you on your way, this class requires you to register but is tuition free. Course: 39465 Free For: 1.5 hours Section A: Jun 17 M 6:00pm-7:30pm Section B: Jul 13 Sa 10:00am-11:30am Note: No program approval is necessary for enrolling in this class. Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC

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Exploration in Integrative Wellness/Substance Abuse Studies

UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Enrollment in these classes is by phone.

Course: 39310 $129 For: 7 hours Section A: Jul 27 Sa 8:30am-4:30pm Note: Student purchases textbook: Fundamentals of Addiction Counseling a Primer, available from DLC Publishing P. O. Box 29195 Santa Fe, NM 87592 Phone: 866 471-1742 (toll free) Fax: 801 991-7081 Email: v_angel@dlcllc.org Jennifer Cady, MA, LPCC, LADAC

Business & Technology

Traditional Medicine without Borders This two week hands-on course will provide an overview of Curanderismo (the art of Mexican Folk Healing) in the Southwest and Mexico. Exploring an integrative approach to medicine and featuring demonstrations that incorporate Curanderismo with various traditional and holistic health techniques, the course will use instructors who are researchers in the field, healers, and health practitioners from UNM, the Southwest, the Albuquerque community, Mexico and other countries. CEUs available for an additional fee.

LADAC Exam Preparation Review the content for the CADAC and LADAC exams, and be ready for test day! This class provides exam content outlines and review four content sections, including counseling practices and skills (12 core functions), theoretical basis of counseling, professional considerations (cultural competency and ethics) and pharmacology. The book, Fundamentals of Addiction counceling: a Primer and a Study Guide is included in the cost of tuition, with emphasis given to independent test preparation. Student purchases the textbook, Fundamentals of Addiction Counseling a Primer from DLC Publishing in Santa Fe (see Special Comments).


Mediation and Conflict Resolution

Mediation and Conflict Resolution/Community Engagement

Business & Technology

UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Communicating with Difficult People Effective communication is the key to great team productivity and win-win solutions to difficult situations. Learn how to listen effectively. Communicate ideas so others listen without becoming defensive. Give productive feedback. Manage emotions and “ego-issues” when communicating. Find win-win solutions to conflicts. Cope with difficult people and situations. This course meets certificate requirements for Mediation and Conflict Resolution. Course: 40110 Section A: Jun 5-19

$269 For: 9 hours W 5:30pm-8:30pm

Win-Win Conflict Resolution Resolve conflicts to the satisfaction of all interested parties, in a win-win manner, and they tend to stay resolved. Learn to be supportive of all parties involved while remaining neutral, implement productive and lasting solutions to conflicts, get buy-in for these solutions, and manage tensions associated with emotions and differing personalities. This course meets certificate requirements for Mediation and Conflict Resolution. Course: 40112 Section A: Jun 17-24

$249 For: 7 hours M 5:30pm-9:00pm

Custom Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010 Courses In addition to the Microsoft Office classes offered in this catalog, UNM Continuing Education can create customized MS Office classes for your company or department that is upgrading to a new MS Office version. Contact the UNMCE Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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Grant Writing UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Essentials of Successful Grant Writing You can write a grant proposal that gets funded. The instructor has written successful state and federal grant proposals, issues requests for proposals as a grant program director, and served as a federal grant reviewer. He has directed grant-funded projects and provided program consultation and evaluation. Are you new to writing grants? Come learn from someone with experience in every part of the process. In this one-day course, you will develop effective grant-writing strategies, explore critical decisions, and learn to present your needs and outcomes persuasively. Topics include identifying and presenting your needs, preparing an appropriate budget, and developing an evaluation plan that focuses on significant outcomes and aligns to your implementation plan. You will prepare statements to use in your own grant proposals, and you will learn practical strategies to address the reviewers’ concerns about granting funding. Course: 42140 Section A: Jun 27 David Bowman

$259 For: 8 hours Th 8:00am-5:00pm

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Computer Skills Osher members! Many of our Microsoft Office courses are available to you at a 50% discount. To register call 505-277-0077. Not an Osher member? Contact Maralie BeLonge at 505-277-6179 or belonge@unm.edu.

UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Unless otherwise indicated, Windows Basics courses are taught on the Windows 7 Operating System.

Course: 51010 Section A: Jun 4-6 Margo Bouchard

$139 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

Windows 7: Operating System Basics Learn the basic functions of Windows, how to customize its setup, and create and work with shortcuts. Work with the Taskbar, Windows Explorer, Control Panel, file management, Accessories, the Find utility, and online Help. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 51101 Section A: Jun 11-20 Margo Bouchard

$279 For: 12 hours TTh 9:00am-12:00pm

Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos Do you or those in your organization waste valuable time searching for your important files and photos? Learn to effectively organize and manage documents and programs with a systematic approach to file, folder, and disk creation, naming, and placement. Learn the rules and suggestions for naming, renaming, finding, copying, deleting, and backing up files. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 51115 Section A: Jul 16-17 Margo Bouchard

$139 For: 4 hours W 1:00pm-5:00pm

Microsoft Office UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Unless otherwise noted, Desktop Computing courses are taught using Office 2010. Online courses are now available in Office 2003 and 2007. Contact Sujen Diviney at 505-277-6033 if you wish to substitute an online course for a classroom course in a certificate program.

Osher members: This is your opportunity to learn the latest computer skills at half-price. This includes Keyboarding, Learn to Use a Computer at Any Age, Microsoft Office courses offered in the summer semester including Word, Excel, and Access. Contact Maralie Belonge at belonge@unm.edu or 505-277-7179 for membership requirements and a complete list of available courses. Discover Office 2010 This four-hour class will give you a better understanding of the new features and possibilities of Office 2010. If you have upgraded your computer and are frustrated with the new layout, this class will help you refresh your knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 52011 Section A: Jun 12 Rav Nicholson

$99 For: 4 hours W 8:00am-12:00pm

$219 For: 6 hours TW 9:00am-12:00pm

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Windows Basics/Microsoft Office

Learn to Use a Computer at any Age Using a computer is for everyone! This beginning computer course for adults acquaints the novice with computer terminology, essential concepts, and best of all—actual experience at the computer. Topics include startup and shutdown procedures, keyboard and mouse operation, and an overview of popular computing functions. Each student will work at their computers and will have access to a computer practice space between classes.

Course: 52007 Section A: Jun 19 Rav Nicholson

Business & Technology

Windows Basics

Windows: New Features This class touches on the new features in Windows 7 compared to XP or Vista. New features include changes to the Start menu, taskbar, desktop, and Windows Explorer. Students will get an overview of pinning programs to the taskbar, using jump lists to open documents, and working with libraries as tools for grouping folders. This course is designed to cover the topics quickly and accurately. Prerequisite: Experience with Windows XP or Windows Vista.


Microsoft Office

Business & Technology

Basic Applications Get started using the three basic applications for MS Office 2010: Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Clear stepby-step instructions show you how to tackle Office 2010 tasks. Topics include: finding hidden files, creating a blog post, writing a letter, assembling and presenting slideshows, developing a publication, and building a spreadsheet. Lessons are presented in bite-sized modules so you can get started right away. Prerequisite: basic computer experience. Course: 52030 Section A: Jul 23-25 Rav Nicholson

$219 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

Word: Beginning Learn to create, edit, and save documents as well as format text, paragraphs, and documents. Learn effective navigation and selection techniques, custom tabs, indents, paragraph alignment, and line spacing. Manage headers, footers, and margins. Create tables. Use powerful proofing and correcting features including find and replace text, AutoCorrect, and Spelling and Grammar Checker. Add graphics and clip art. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 52141 Section A: Jul 8-12 Sharlene Stein

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Word: Intermediate Use Word 2010 for more complex tasks. Learn to format text in multiple columns, save and preview documents as Web pages and advanced table features. Explore using templates, envelopes and labels, styles, and making revisions. Prerequisite: Beginning Word or prior experience. Course: 52142 Section A: Jul 22-26 Sharlene Stein

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Word: Advanced Make the most out of Word 2010! Learn mail merge, objects and backgrounds, forms, macros, customization, long documents and xml features. Make Word do the work for you through managing master documents, tables of contents, indexes, bibliographies, and cross references. Run macros to save time with repetitive tasks. Use form fields to protect forms and share and secure documents. Prerequisite: Intermediate Word or prior experience. Course: 52143 Section A: Aug 12-16 Sharlene Stein

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 8:00am-12:00pm

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Excel: Beginning Learn the most effective methods to create, modify, format and print worksheets. Insert and modify graphics. Create, modify and print charts. Enter and apply basic formulas and functions. Explore custom formatting features, such as fonts and conditional formatting. This course is appropriate for new users and the self-taught. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Course: 52161 Section A: Jun 25-Jul 2 Rav Nicholson

$279 For: 12 hours TTh 8:00am-12:00pm

Excel: Intermediate Move beyond the basics in this Excel 2010 class. Link multiple worksheets/workbooks and use advanced formatting features. Outline and consolidate data. Create and use cell names for greater understanding and ease. Learn advanced filtering options to find what you need and organize your data. Save workbooks as Web pages and use hyperlinks. Explore the advanced charting features. Prerequisite: Beginning Excel or prior experience. Course: 52162 Section A: Jul 15-19 Rav Nicholson

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Excel: Advanced Learn the advanced functions of Excel to simplify your work. Use lookup functions, match and index. Create data tables, validate cell entries, explore database functions. Use PivotTables and PivotCharts to see patterns in your data. Import and Export data as text files or XML data. Query external databases and use excel for easy analysis. Run macros and work with VBA code. Use conditional formatting for graphics. Prerequisite: Intermediate Excel or prior experience. Course: 52163 Section A: Aug 12-16 Rick Berg

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Excel: Pivot Tables Learn to use Excel Pivot Tables to efficiently extract meaningful information from large tables of data. Understand pivot table requirements and capabilities to view data from different perspectives. Extract data subsets, perform summary calculations, create interactive pivot charts and format reports. Prerequisite: 52162/72. Course: 52166 Section A: Jul 25 Mary Byrd

$129 For: 4 hours Th 8:00am-12:00pm

Students ages 12-17 who wish to attend classes at Continuing Education may contact the program supervisor for information and registration requirements.

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Excel: Charts Go beyond the ChartWizardTM to create custom charts to visually represent your data. Understand chart types, and work with chart series. Format chart elements, trend lines and error bars. Learn display and printing options and avoid common charting mistakes. Use Excel charts in other applications. Required: 52210 or 52220. Course: 52173 Section A: Jul 30 Rav Nicholson

$129 For: 4 hours T 1:00pm-5:00pm

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 8:00am-12:00pm

Access: Intermediate Go beyond the basics using queries to answer specific questions and create summaries. Create and enhance custom forms, create a main form with sub-forms, and create and enhance custom reports. Prerequisites: Beginning Access or prior experience. Course: 52182 Section A: Jul 8-12 Diane C. Follstaedt

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 8:00am-12:00pm

Access: Advanced Make Access do more for you through advanced queries, including crosstabs and parameters. Learn to write SQL statements and attach SQL queries to controls. Create, run and modify macros, and attach macros to events. Create macros that will provide user interaction or data transfer. Import, export and link objects. Work with Windows SharePoint Services. Integrate the internet through hyperlinked fields. Optimize and protect your data. Prerequisite: Intermediate Access or prior experience. Course: 52183 Section A: Jul 22-26 Rick Berg

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 8:00am-12:00pm

$239 For: 8 hours W 8:00am-5:00pm

Access: Creating Custom Reports Develop the ability to present clear, concise, and accurate reports, a valued skill in any workplace that uses an Access database. Learn to exploit formulas and expressions to create complex summary reports. Visually enhance reports with graphs and graphics. Examine query design for effective data summarization, and the effective use of report and section properties. Prerequisite: 52182. Course: 52186 Section A: Aug 1 Diane C. Follstaedt

$239 For: 8 hours Th 8:00am-5:00pm

Access: Managing Data Learn to import files from database applications, spreadsheets, and delimited and fixed width text files. Create links to tables in other Access files, Excel spreadsheets, and other database formats supported by Access. Export Access data to Excel, text files, and a Mail Merge document in Word. Prerequisite: 52182. Course: 52187 Section A: Aug 2 Diane C. Follstaedt

$189 For: 6 hours F 9:00am-4:00pm

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Microsoft Office

Course: 52181 Section A: Jun 17-21 Diane C. Follstaedt

Course: 52185 Section A: Jul 31 Diane C. Follstaedt

Business & Technology

Access: Beginning Understand the basic concepts of database use and how to most effectively design your database. Design basic tables and add, edit, locate, sort, filter and delete records. Set field properties, work with input masks, and set validation rules. Learn to design and apply queries, reports, and forms to make it easier to accomplish everyday database tasks. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience.

Access: Mastering Queries Go beyond basic select queries, getting to the information you really need by becoming more adept at specifying selection criteria, performing calculations, parsing fields into multiple fields, and setting parameters. Create complex summaries of data by nesting queries and adjusting join properties for select and totals queries. Learn to specify criteria on the value field in a crosstab query, use the column headings properly, and use action queries to clean up data and perform archiving and updates. Prerequisite: 52182.


PowerPoint: Beginning Create presentation materials using the newest version of PowerPoint. Learn to edit, format, proof and print presentations. Build and run slide shows with transition and multimedia elements. Use templates and themes to make your presentations visually interesting. Draw objects and use ClipArt and WordArt for dramatic effects. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience.

Apple

Business & Technology

Course: 52241 Section A: Jun 24-28 Sharlene Stein

$279 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Desktop Computing Online Classes in this section are online. Dates and times are placeholders only. Classes are taken on your own computer at the times and dates that are convenient to you. Course hours are approximate. 2003 Desktop Computing Classes 52981N Word 2003: Beginning 52982N Word 2003: Advanced 52983N Excel 2003: Beginning 52984N Excel 2003: Advanced 52985N PowerPoint 2003: Beginning 52986N PowerPoint 2003: Advanced 52987N Access 2003: Beginning 52988N Access 2003: Advanced

$249 $249 $249 $249 $249 $219 $299 $299

2007 Desktop Computing Classes 52921N Word 2007: Beginning 52922N Word 2007: Intermediate 52923N Word 2007: Advanced 52925N Excel 2007: Beginning 52926N Excel 2007: Intermediate 52927N Excel 2007: Advanced 52931N PowerPoint 2007: Beginning 52932N PowerPoint 2007: Advanced 52935N Access 2007: Beginning 52936N Access 2007: Intermediate 52937N Access 2007: Advanced 52941N Outlook 2007: Beginning 52942N Outlook 2007: Intermediate 52943N Outlook 2007: Advanced 52945N Visio 2007: Beginning 52948N Publisher 2007: Beginning

$299 $299 $249 $299 $299 $299 $299 $269 $299 $299 $299 $299 $249 $249 $269 $269

Apple UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Note: All Apple courses are taught using the most current version of OS X. Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction Become acquainted with fundamental computer terminology and the Mac in a relaxed, easy-paced setting. Work with the Mac’s basic functions by learning about startup and shutdown procedures, keyboard and mouse operation, and other computer functions specific to the Mac. Get a brief introduction to some of the Mac’s built-in applications for composing letters, reading PDF files, sending emails and surfing the Internet. This course is for the computer novice. See Course Skills Assessment on page 68. Prerequisite: None. Course: 54010 Section A: Jun 4-6 Ed Brandt

$159 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

Mac Operating System: Basics Get hands-on training with the Mac’s latest user-friendly operating system. Learn the basics of file management, navigating the Finder, setting up the Dock, customizing preferences, creating and saving files and backing up your computer. Explore the uses and features of the ever-popular iLife programs. Become familiar with the concepts of peripherals, utility applications and cloud computing with iCloud. Note: See Course Skills Assessment on page 68. Prerequisite: 54010 or equivalent experience. Course: 54101 Section A: Jun 17-21 Ed Brandt

$289 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Mac Operating System: Basics—Fast Track Are your Mac skills a little rusty? Do you already know Windows and want to learn to use a Mac? At a faster pace, learn about file management, navigating the Finder, setting up the Dock, customizing preferences, creating and saving files and backing up your computer. Explore the uses and features of the ever-popular iLife programs. Become familiar with the concepts of peripherals, utility applications and cloud computing with iCloud. Note: See Course Skills Assessment on page 68. Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of any version of Mac OS or a working knowledge of Windows. Course: 54111 Section A: Jun 29 Ed Brandt

$219 For: 8 hours Sa 8:00am-5:00pm

Fast Track classes present topics at a faster pace and are designed for those with some experience with the subject matter.

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Mac OS X Applications Your Mac comes with a full set of applications to meet most every computing need. Learn tips, tricks and techniques for using these applications to increase your productivity and enhance your Mac experience. Examine Mac applications for creativity, productivity and archiving such as Safari, Mail, Preview, TextEdit, iTunes, iPhoto, Contacts, Calendar, FaceTime, Messages, Notes, and Time Machine. In addition, use Apple’s App Store to acquire addition applications, both free and for purchase. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience. For: 16 hours 1:00pm-5:00pm

Course: 54122 Section A: Aug 13-15 Ed Brandt

$219 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

iPhoto: Beginning Learn to use iPhoto’s simple yet impressive editing and organizing tools to enhance the composition and quality of your digital photos and easily manage hundreds of pictures. Topics include cropping and rotating, adjusting brightness and contrast, removing red eye, basic retouching, creating a simple slideshow, and using titles, comments, and key words for easy searching and photo retrieval. Also included is a demonstration of iPhoto’s more sophisticated features such as exposure and color correction, adding special effects, emailing your pictures, making a photo CD, and creating cards, calendars, and hardcover photo albums of your pictures. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 54303 Section A: Jul 1-3 Ed Brandt

$219 For: 8 hours MW 1:00pm-5:00pm

Digital Arts 6-Pack Discount Package your Digital Arts classes for increased savings. Register for six Digital Arts classes (course numbers 54000-59999) at the same time and receive a package discount of $210. Inquire at registration at 505-277-0077. Some restrictions may apply.

$99 For: 3 hours Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm

iCloud and the Apple Experience Apple iCloud seamlessly integrates the power and convenience of cloud computing with Apple computers, iPads and iPhones. Discover the numerous features of iCloud available within OS X, iOS and third-party applications to manage documents, music, photos, email, contacts, calendars and more. Learn how to keep your files and information synced and accessible from anywhere at anytime. Prerequisite: 54101/11. Course: 54306 Section A: Aug 3 Ed Brandt

$99 For: 3 hours Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm

Apple iPad and iOS: Beginning The Apple iPad is quickly becoming an essential tool for personal, business and classroom use. Get an introduction to key features and tips on enhancing productivity. Learn how to interact and navigate its touch interface; download, work with, and manage apps; configure settings; sync files from a computer and the internet; and explore basic troubleshooting techniques. Examine how the iPad’s operating system, iOS, is also common to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Prerequisites: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience; bring your iPad to class. Suggested: 54305. Course: 54321 Section A: Jul 22-31 Ed Brandt

$289 For: 12 hours MW 6:00pm-9:00pm

Apple Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 54801N Mac OS X Lion for End Users 54802N Apple Safari for End Users

$159 $159

Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Mac, iPhone, and iPad Programming

$119

For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our website.

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Apple

Mac Maintenance and Support Learn how to keep your Mac running smoothly and efficiently. Avoid downtime and costly repairs by learning to prevent issues before they occur and to troubleshoot, diagnose and correct them when they do. Using Mac utilities like System Information, Activity Monitor, Disk Utility, Terminal and others, discover how to optimize your Mac’s performance, locate and repair damaged files, boot from a secondary source along with other important maintenance practices and procedures. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or equivalent experience.

Course: 54305 Section A: Jul 13 Ed Brandt

Business & Technology

Course: 54118 $339 Section A: Jul 15-19 MWThF Ed Brandt

Navigating the iPad For many, the Apple iPad is becoming the personal computer of choice. Discover what makes the iPad a valuable extension to your computer experience or why you might replace your traditional computer altogether. Learn about its intuitive touch interface “Gestures”, how to work with apps, configure basic settings, and explore other features unique to this device. Prerequisite: Basic computer experience. Suggested: Bring your iPad to class.


Digital Arts For a comprehensive Digital Arts catalog, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our websiteat dce.unm.edu/DACatalog for a downloadable pdf.

Graphic Design & Visual Communication

Business & Technology

Graphic Design & Visual Communication UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Note: The Graphic Design and Visual Communication classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required. Graphic Design and Visual Communication Learn to create an effective layout for any graphic design project. Discover the principles of design for clear and attractive visual communication. Topics include an introduction to advertising, publication, and web design; logos and letterhead packages; layout; typography; and color theory. Note: Equipment and materials cost about $25; a materials list will be available the first day of class. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55105 or 55201. Course: 55101 Section A: Jun 4-Jul 2 Cristina Olds

$329 For: 15 hours T 5:30pm-8:30pm

Advertising Design Learn the processes used to create award-winning advertising communications including development of concepts from a marketing strategy, preparation of layouts for presentation, and presentation skills. All creative elements of a coordinated marketing campaign will be reviewed and explained, including print, broadcast (TV and Radio), online (banners, websites, and social media), branded entertainment, and guerrilla marketing. This course focuses primarily on the creative thinking behind great advertising design. Note: Equipment and materials cost about $15; a materials list will be emailed to you with your course confirmation. Prerequisite: 55101. Course: 55106 Section A: Jul 10-31 Cindy Bernier

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$289 For: 12 hours W 5:30pm-8:30pm

Designing for the Web Explore the process of designing a website, including conceptualizing, structuring, and applying design principles to create visually appealing and highly usable solutions. With an emphasis on design principles and information architecture best practices, topics include setting up a site map, designing an interface, and creating comprehensive storyboards. Note: Equipment and materials cost about $25. A materials list will be available the first day of class. Prerequisites: 55101 and working knowledge of the Internet. Course: 55125 Section A: Jun 24-Jul 15 Kinglsey Anderson

$289 For: 12 hours M 9:00am-12:00pm

Storyboarding Whether you’re working with video, animation, or designing a web site, streamline your production by previsualizing it with a storyboard. Learn how to portray action and motion in a scene, communicate your creative ideas more effectively, and plan navigation within your web site. Various types of storyboard techniques are discussed. Note: Materials cost under $5. A materials list will be included on your registration receipt. Please bring these materials to the first class session. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55231 Section A: Jul 9-16 Anita Quintana

$229 For: 9 hours TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm

Graphic Design & Visual Communication Online Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Digital Arts Certificate Marketing Design Certificate

$5,995 $5,995

For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our website.

Free Information Session Digital Arts Information Session Tuesday, May 28, 5:15-6:30pm See page 10 for details. UNM employees, please use your fall tuition remission for any course taken between August 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013.

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The Business of Digital Art UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Business of Digital Art classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required.

Course: 55622 Section A: Jul 9-23 Mary Ellen Merrigan

$179 For: 6 hours T 6:00pm-8:00pm

Course: 55623 Section A: Jul 30-Aug 13 Mary Ellen Merrigan

$239 For: 9 hours T 6:00pm-9:00pm

Legal Issues in Digital Arts To succeed as a digital artist today, you must have an understanding of the legal principles and issues that affect your business. Gain the tools to recognize legal problems and address them appropriately. Topics include contracts for professional services, copyright, model releases, licensing digital art, trademarks, rights of publicity and privacy, First Amendment issues, business formation, determining when to hire a lawyer and more. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55625 Section A: Jun 11-13 Efrain Padro

$119 $1,495 $1,895 $1,495

For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our website.

Digital Photography UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Note: The Digital Photography classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required. Photography with a Digital Camera Learn the basics of photography as you explore the capabilities of your digital camera. Discover what aperture, shutter speed, and white balance are and how they affect your photographs. Find out how and when to use flash, and experiment with photographic composition to get the most out of your camera—and yourself! Recommended for those new to photography as well as film photographers who want to make the switch to digital. Note: Bring your camera, manual and extra batteries to class. Prerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any type). Suggested: 55807, 55808. Course: 55801 $289 For: 12 hours Section A: Jun 5-26 W 6:00pm-9:00pm Lisa Tannenbaum Section B: Jun 20-Jul 18 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Richard Nunez Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4.

$219 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

Use Your Photography Skills on a Story of New Mexico Trip or Tour Photography opportunities abound with Story of New Mexico’s tours. Join the Exploring Ghost Ranch tour for some unbelievable shots! See page 71 for additional destinations!

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The Business of Digital Art/Digital Photography

Marketing with Social Media Expand awareness for your business or job search by combining traditional and social media. Market 24/7 with an Internet storefront showcasing who you are and what you do. Learn about a range of tactics that can help you stand out: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, plus social bookmarking, blogs, YouTube and many other options add exposure to your website. Take charge of your Internet reputation. Focus on strategies for distinguishing your company from that of your competition or ways to stand out as a job applicant. Prerequisite: None. Suggested: 55605.

Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Achieving Top Search Engine Positions Pay Per Click Marketing Search Engine Marketing Search Engine Optimization

Business & Technology

Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists Develop materials to promote yourself, your business and/or your art online and offline. From media kits to promotional calendars, your view of self-marketing will move forward exponentially as a result of this contentpacked, practical class. Artists, designers and other professionals will plan and execute publicity tactics with confidence as a result. Prerequisite: None.

The Business of Digital Art Online


Business & Technology

Digital Photography

Photography with a Digital Camera with Field Trips Learn the basics of photography as you explore the capabilities of your digital camera. Discover what aperture, shutter speed, and white balance are and how they affect your photographs. Find out how and when to use flash, and experiment with the basic principles of photographic composition to get the most out of your camera—and yourself! Recommended for those new to photography as well as film photographers who want to make the switch to digital. Three hours of short field trips are included. Notes: Bring your camera, maunal, and extra batteries to class. This class is equivalent to 55801 with extra time to take photos. Prerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any type). Suggested: 55807, 55808. Course: 55803 $329 For: 15 hours Section A: Jul 15-19 MTWThF 9:00am-12:00pm Pat Berrett Photography Composition One definition for photographic composition is simple: the pleasing selection and arrangement of subjects within the picture area. In general, good pictures result from careful attention to some basic elements of composition, together with appropriate lighting and an interesting subject. Become familiar with the practical applications of the key elements of composition to improve your photography: point of interest, simplicity, contrast, balance, framing, viewpoint, direction of movement, diagonals, and rule of thirds. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55804 Section A: Jun 10-24 Pat Berrett

$179 For: 6 hours M 6:00pm-8:00pm

Choosing the Right Digital Camera Whether you’re looking to buy your first or fifth digital camera, you’ll want to make the right choice. Gain the tools you need to make a good decision by discussing megapixels, zoom values, and JPG and RAW file formats. Find out how to transfer photos from camera to computer or print digital photos without ever using a computer at all! Note: To learn how to use your digital camera, see 55808 and 55801/3. Prerequisite: None. Course: 55807 Section A: Jun 13 Richard Nunez

$69 For: 3 hours Th 6:00pm-9:00pm

Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor of your choice are available in Apple and Digital Arts topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199.

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Getting Started with Your Digital Camera Learn how to best use the point-and-shoot capabilities of your camera, and find out how to download photos from your camera to a computer. If you don’t yet feel comfortable using your digital camera, this is the perfect way to get started! Notes: Bring your camera, manual, and cables to class. For a more extensive course in digital photography, see 55801/3. Prerequisite: Must have a digital camera (any type). Suggested: Working knowledge of Windows or Mac OS. Course: 55808 Section A: Jul 25 Richard Nunez

$69 For: 3 hours Th 6:00pm-9:00pm

Using Natural Light in Digital Photography Take advantage of natural light, regardless of the situation, while improving your compositional skills. Practice and improve your knowledge of digital photography with local field trips and subsequent critiques. Find out how to take better photos, without having to buy an expensive and complicated camera and without getting bogged down in a lot of technical details. Note: Bring your camera, manual and extra batteries to class. Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digital camera (any type). Course: 55810 $289 For: 12 hours Section A: Aug 1-15 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Field Trip Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Note: Required field trips: Sat, August 3 and 10, 5:00pm-8:00pm. Mary Elkins Photography with a Digital Camera II Continue to discover the beauty and joy of digital photography. Make the most of your camera—whether it’s the most basic point-and-shoot or a high end dSLR— by understanding how you can set up your shots to get consistently good results. Fine-tune your photographic skills by practicing new composition techniques, and learn the basics of product photography, including how to set up shots for eBay and/or arts and crafts shows. Note: Bring your camera, manual, and extra batteries to class. Prerequisites: 55801/3, must have a digital camera (any type). Course: 55821 $289 For: 12 hours Section A: Jul 22-Aug 5 M 6:00pm-9:00pm Field Trip Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Note: Required field trip: Sat, Jul 27, 9am-12pm. Pat Berrett Free Information Session Digital Arts Information Session Tuesday, May 28, 5:15-6:30pm See page 10 for details.

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Computer Graphics

Digital Photography Online Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Discover Digital Photography Photographing People with Your Digital Camera Secrets of Better Photography

$119 $119 $119

For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our website.

UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Note: The Digital Videography and Filmmaking classes are taught in a classroom, not in a computer lab. Computer experience is helpful, but not required.

Course: 55911 Section A: Jun 18-27 Barak Naggan

$289 For: 12 hours TTh 9:00am-12:00pm

Digital Videography II Achieve satisfying and professional-looking footage using your personal digital video camera by applying basic skills and shooting techniques. Emphasis is on hands-on training and video exercises. Topics include camera movement and composition, types of shots that make up a scene, basic lighting setups, microphones and audio, and how to shoot with editing in mind. Prerequisites: 55911, must have a digital video camera (any type). Course: 55912 Section A: Jul 23-Aug 1 Barak Naggan

$289 For: 12 hours TTh 9:00am-12:00pm

Computer Graphics: An Introduction Explore the differences between raster and vector graphics and determine which is best for each project. Learn about file formats such as TIFF, JPEG, EPS, PDF, native, RAW data, and discover how they work within graphics software programs, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash and Dreamweaver. Additional topics include spot, RGB, CMYK, and Web color systems; 2D versus 3D graphics; and digital camera resolution conversions. This course provides important prerequisite information for all beginning courses in computer graphics. Note: See Course Skills Assessment on page 68. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 56101 Section A: Jun 4-13 Adele Gangai Section B: Jun 17-21 Cindy Bernier

$289 For: 12 hours TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Scanning and Digitizing Photos Whether you’re scanning photographic prints, negatives, slides or other originals, gain the information you need to buy and use a variety of scanners. Learn the basics of scanning, how to choose the right scanner, and how to use scanners with popular software like Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows or Mac OS. Course: 56105 Section A: Jul 1 Mary Elkins

$69 For: 3 hours M 6:00pm-9:00pm

InDesign: Beginning Learn cutting-edge page layout with Adobe InDesign. Get an introduction to how a page layout program works and learn the basic tools and techniques. We cover character formatting, editing and linking text blocks, and importing text and graphics from other applications. In-class exercises emphasize the basic principles of typography and page layout. Prerequisites: 56101 and word-processing experience. Course: 56121 Section A: Jul 1-5 Adele Gangai

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$289 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

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Digital Videography & Filmmaking/Computer Graphics

Digital Videography: An Introduction Develop your technical and creative skills as a digital videographer. Learn how to achieve satisfying and professional-looking footage using your own digital video camera. Implement some basic skills and shooting techniques. Topics include: video formats, camera capabilities, features and operation, camera control, movement and composition, types of shots that make up a scene, sound, light, and how to shoot with editing in mind. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of your digital video camera; must have a digital video camera (any type) or digital stills camera with video mode.

Note: Unless otherwise noted the Computer Graphics classes are taught in a dual platform lab using both Windows and Mac software.

Business & Technology

Digital Videography & Filmmaking

UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram.


Computer Graphics

Business & Technology

InDesign: Intermediate Refine your InDesign skills with in-depth use of text and graphics, including tools for paragraph formatting, tabs, paragraph and character styles, text wrap, and working with imported graphics. We also focus on working with multi-page layouts, including Master Pages, automatic page numbering, and the Pages palette. Students work on a newsletter in class. Basic preparation of your document for a commercial printer will be discussed. Prerequisite: 56121/26. Course: 56122 Section A: Aug 12-16 Adele Gangai

$289 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

InDesign: Beginning—Fast Track Are you switching to InDesign? Do you have experience with PageMaker, Publisher, or QuarkXPress? Do you need to get up and running quickly? Get a fastpaced introduction to all the basic InDesign tools and techniques. We cover character formatting, working with blocks of text, creating and working with simple graphics, as well as importing text and graphics from other applications. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of any page layout software. Course: 56126 Section A: Jul 27 Cristina Olds

$219 For: 8 hours Sa 8:00am-5:00pm

Book Publishing with InDesign Make custom bookmaking easy with InDesign! Learn the processes and tips to make attractive wedding and event books, annual reports, long brochures or promotion books. We will focus on creating effective custommade photos books and bookmaking features such as multiple master pages, sectioning, and table of contents and index creation tools. We will also discuss digital prepress topics, how to get your book printed, and available template-based book-making options. Prerequisite: 56121. Suggested: 56122. Course: 56129 Section A: Jul 29-31 Cindy Bernier

$219 For: 8 hours MW 1:00pm-5:00pm

Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs Utilize the note-making and markup capabilities of Acrobat Pro to make notations to documents for editing and updating. Set up navigation features to make it easy for users to link to other pages, web pages, or other PDFs. Learn how to create electronic forms. Discover how a PDF opens for a user, how to make limited text changes in a PDF, and embed media such as audio and video. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 56181 Section A: Jun 25-27 Anita Quintana

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Illustrator: Beginning Use Adobe Illustrator to create PostScript art in both color and black and white. Learn the basic tools and techniques, including geometric and freeform drawing tools, transformation tools and path editing, paint and type tools, and exporting art for output. Special emphasis is given to the ways Illustrator facilitates drawing. Students work on illustration projects in class. Prerequisite: 56101. Suggested: 55201. Course: 56211 Section A: Jun 17-26 Sean Lemons

$289 For: 12 hours MW 6:00pm-9:00pm

Illustrator: Intermediate Delve deeper into the creative power and the productive rewards of computer illustration. Topics include creating and using gradients, advanced type use, an in-depth look at Illustrator’s color controls, and plug-in filters. Several illustrations and single-page displays are presented for use in class. Prerequisite: 56211. Course: 56212 Section A: Jul 8-17 Sean Lemons

$289 For: 12 hours MW 6:00pm-9:00pm

Illustrator: Advanced Learn advanced computer illustration techniques such as blending, masking, compound paths, pattern fills, importing art from other programs, and using layers. Discuss advanced output topics, including trapping and separations. Students practice putting these techniques together to create complex illustrations. Prerequisite: 56212. Course: 56213 Section A: Aug 5-14 Sean Lemons

$289 For: 12 hours MW 6:00pm-9:00pm

Photoshop: Beginning With Adobe Photoshop you can do everything from retouching photos to creating original illustrations and collages. Apply lighting and color corrections and correct lens distortions to enhance your photos. Learn about the importance of camera RAW files and how to process them. Use the retouching tools, painting techniques and basic filters to improve or alter your photos. Additional topics include file formats, working with type, using Adobe Bridge, and an introduction to basic selections and layers. Prerequisite: 56101. Course: 56311 Section A: Jun 11-20 Anita Quintana Section B: Aug 6-15 Zac Van Note

$289 For: 12 hours TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

$219 For: 8 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

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Photoshop: Intermediate Learn advanced selection methods to selectively adjust images. Work with a variety of layer techniques to combine, enhance and transform your images. Organize and cross-index your image collection with Bridge. Learn about color modes, photo touchup and restoration techniques. In addition, further explore the power of Adobe Camera Raw. Prerequisite: 56311/31. Course: 56312 Section A: Jul 18-25 Anita Quintana

$289 For: 12 hours TTh 1:00pm-5:00pm

Photoshop Elements: Intermediate Harness the power of layers and selection tools to further enhance your photos. Look into Photoshop Elements’ powerful panorama stitching capabilities, explore methods of restoring old photos, and experiment with filters and blending modes to make your photos look even more artistic. Prerequisite: 56311/31. Course: 56332 $289 For: 12 hours Section A: Jul 8-17 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Note: This class is Windows only. Mary Elkins Practice computers are available for students enrolled in computer classes during the current semester. Call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule practice time.

$179 For: 6 hours F 9:00am-4:00pm

Computer Graphics Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 56800N Adobe Acrobat 8.0 56808N Acrobat 9: Fundamentals 56814N InDesign CS4: Fundamentals 56815N InDesign CS5: Fundamentals 56818N Adobe Illustrator CS4 56837N Adobe Photoshop CS4 56838N Adobe Photoshop CS5 56845N Adobe Fireworks CS4

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Course: 56331 $289 For: 12 hours Section A: Jun 17-26 MW 6:00pm-9:00pm Note: This class is Windows only. Mary Elkins

Course: 56392 Section A: Jul 19 Adele Gangai

Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Introduction to InDesign CS4 $119 Intermediate InDesign CS5 $119 Introduction to Illustrator CS4 or CS5 $119 Introduction to CorelDraw X5 $119 Introduction to Photoshop CS4, CS5 or CS6 $119 Intermediate Photoshop CS5 $119 Photoshop CS5 or CS6 for the Digital Photographer $119 Photoshop CS5 or CS6 for the Digital Photographer II $119 Photoshop Elements 9, 10 or 11 for the Digital Photographer $119 Photoshop Elements 9 or 10 for the Digital Photographer II $119 Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking $119 Graphic Design with Photoshop CS5 Training $1,795 Digital Arts Certificate $5,995 For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our website.

The class gave me an opportunity to work with my own camera to learn to create better photographs.

—Digital Arts Student

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Photoshop Elements: Beginning Use Photoshop Elements (an inexpensive version of Photoshop) to color-correct, crop, and fine-tune your photographs. Add text and other enhancements to your photos, and explore several methods of sharing them, including via email and printing. Understand the differences between JPEG, TIFF, and camera RAW formats, and discuss the basics of color management. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Suggested: 56101.

Color Theory in Digital Media Color is a critical part of design—whether your project is destined for print, web, video or other media. A clear understanding of color theory and practical applications is the key to using color with confidence. Learn to apply theory in digital applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Dreamweaver and more. Learn the differences and applications for Pantone, CMYK, RGB, Hexadecimal colors, and other important color tools. The psychology of color and color harmonies are also addressed. Prerequisite: 56101.

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Animation, Interaction Design & Video Production UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077.

Animation, Interaction Design & Video Production/Audio & Music Production

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Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Animation and Video Production classes are taught in a dual platform lab using both Windows and Mac software. Premiere: Beginning Learn the basics of video and audio editing using the non-linear editing (NLE) system Adobe Premiere. Topics include traditional editing vs. NLE, DV capture, importing, editing, transitions, keying, effects, audio, titles, and digital movie file export formats. Students assemble several short movies that demonstrate various editing techniques for video and sound. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11. Suggested: 57105, 56311 or basic knowledge of editing terminology. Course: 57311 Section A: Jul 22-Aug 1 Marc Leonard

$429 For: 16 hours MWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate Learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the Apple Final Cut Pro user interface. Start with basic video editing techniques and work all the way through Final Cut Pro’s powerful advanced features. Students work with dramatic real-world media to learn the practical techniques used daily in editing projects. Notes: This class is equivalent to FCP 101 (57911). Class 57911 includes one Apple Certification Exam Session at a discounted price. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Mac OS X; must have Mac OS X experience. Suggested: 57105 or basic knowledge of editing terminology. Course: 57322 $799 For: 24 hours Section A: Jun 24-26 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This class is Mac only. Brad Stoddard

UNM employees, please use your fall tuition remission for any course taken between August 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013.

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Animation, Interaction Design & Video Production Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 57818N Adobe Flash CS4 57819N Adobe AIR for Flash Developers 57820N Adobe Flash CS5 57831N Adobe Captivate 4 Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Introduction to Flash CS5 or CS6 Intermediate Flash CS5 3ds max Multimedia Arts Certificate

$299 $99 $299 $99 $119 $119 $1,695 $5,995

For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our website.

Audio & Music Production UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Music Production classes are taught in a dual platform lab using both Windows and Mac software. Digital Audio: An Introduction Learn the fundamentals of computer recording. Topics include multitrack recording, podcasting basics, virtual instrument and effect plugins, two-track editing, understanding file formats, computer audio hardware basics, and Internet audio. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience. Course: 57601 Section A: Jun 5-12 Joey Belville

$279 For: 9 hours MW 6:00pm-9:00pm

Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate Master the primary features and basic user interface of Logic Pro. Learn how to generate a customized audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrate with your own personal production studio. Create your own song using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops and DSP effects. In-depth lessons cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user defined key commands, automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. Note: This class is equivalent to Logic 101 (57981). Class 57981 includes one Apple Certification Exam Session at a discounted price. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Mac OS X; must have Mac OS X experience. Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio terminology. Course: 57611 $799 For: 24 hours Section A: Jul 8-10 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This course is Mac only. Joey Belville

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Apple Creative Professional for Video, Audio & Music UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077.

Course: 57911 $899 For: 24 hours Section A: Jun 24-26 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This course is Mac only. Brad Stoddard

UNM Continuing Education is the only Apple Authorized Training Center in New Mexico. For information on certifications and exams, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037.

Logic 101: Introduction to Logic Pro 9 This three-day hands-on course introduces students to the primary features and basic user interface of Logic Pro. Students learn how to generate a customized audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrate with their own personal production studio. Students also create their own song using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops and DSP effects. In-depth lessons will cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user defined key commands, automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. Notes: This is an AATC course. One Apple Certification Exam Session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Mac OS X; must have Mac OS X experience. Suggested: 57601 or basic knowledge of audio terminology. Course: 57981 $899 For: 24 hours Section A: Jul 8-10 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This course is Mac only. Joey Belville

The instructor was knowledgeable and willing to answer questions.

—Digital Arts Student

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FCP 101: Introduction to Final Cut Pro X Final Cut Pro is a revolutionary video editing application that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned professionals to achieve stunning results. This threeday, hands-on course teaches students to perform basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface. Start with basic video editing techniques and work all the way through Final Cut Pro’s powerful advanced features. Students work with dramatic realworld media to learn the practical techniques used daily in editing projects. Notes: This is an AATC course. One Apple Certification Exam Session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 54101/11 or basic knowledge of Mac OS X; must have Mac OS X experience. Suggested: 57105 or basic knowledge of editing terminology.

Course: 57913 $899 For: 24 hours Section A: Jul 22-24 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This course is Mac only. Brad Stoddard

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Notes: All courses in this section are Mac only. Most Apple Creative Professional courses include an Apple Certification Exam Session valid for six months after the course completion date. All Apple Creative Professional classes require a written request 14 days prior to the start date to drop a class or transfer to another section. Exams are non-refundable.

FCP 300: Final Cut Pro X Advanced Editing Final Cut Pro is a revolutionary video editing application that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned professionals to achieve stunning results. This three-day, hands-on course teaches hard-to-find advanced editing and finishing techniques. Learn how to create fantastic effects using filters creatively, color correct like a pro, and create complex audio mixes. This course also covers advanced workflows for managing media, including using Compressor. Notes: This is an AATC course. One Apple Certification Exam Session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 57911 (FCP 101) or equivalent experience. Suggested: Level One Final Cut Pro End User certification.


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Logic 301: Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro 9 This three-day course teaches invaluable real-world techniques for music production and editing, mixing, notation, and scoring to picture with Logic. Throughout the class, you will learn numerous professional secrets for streamlining production workflows and constructing a mix to meet the most exacting standards. Experienced Logic users and newcomers alike will find invaluable methods for manipulating tempo and pitch, fine-tuning audio and MIDI tracks, processing MIDI data, managing signal flow, assigning physical controllers, and getting the most out of Logic’s revolutionary software instruments. Notes: This is an AATC course. One Apple Certification Exam Session is included, valid for six months upon completion of the class. This class has a 14-day advance notice cancellation policy. Prerequisite: 57981 (Logic 101) or equivalent experience. Suggested: Level One Logic Pro End User certification. Course: 57983 $899 For: 24 hours Section A: Aug 5-7 MTW 8:00am-5:00pm Note: This course is Mac only. Joey Belville Apple Certification Exam Session Register to take your Apple IT or Pro Apps exam at our AATC facility. Notes: Exams are non-refundable. Prices are subject to change and may vary by exam. Transfers are permitted within the same semester only. Call 505277-6037 to inquire about exam prep, retake discounts and exam sessions included with the Apple Creative Professional classes. Prerequisite: Varies by exam. Retakes: $100. Documentation of previous exam taken at our facility required for all retakes. Course: 57990V Section A: Jun 28 Brad Stoddard Section B: Jul 26 Brad Stoddard Section C: Aug 9 Joey Belville

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Request a Tutorial Elective for exam prep Request a two-hour one-on-one session with your instructor for $199. For information on Apple exam preparation options, contact the AATC program supervisor at 505-277-6037.

Web Design & Development UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Note: Unless otherwise noted, the Web Design and Development classes are taught in a dual platform lab using both Windows and Mac computers. Creating and Maintaining a Website: An Introduction Get an overview of the tools and techniques involved in creating and updating websites. Discuss the practical matters of file organization, site navigation and content update strategies. Students get hands-on experience with Dreamweaver and HTML text editors. The process of uploading files is also covered. Prerequisites: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet experience. Course: 58101 Section A: Jun 24-28 Jeff Brody

HTML: Beginning Enhance your ability to control the looks and functionality of your Web pages by learning HTML and XHTML, the closely related languages that programs such as Dreamweaver use behind the scenes. Use code to add graphics, links, and tables to your pages, and explore the power of CSS to format text consistently and quickly. Gain an understanding of the similarities and differences between HTML and XHTML, and practice using FTP to upload your pages to a live Web server. Prerequisites: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet experience. Course: 58111 Section A: Jul 8-12 Jeff Brody

$289 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

CSS: Cascading Style Sheets Developed to work hand-in-hand with both HTML and XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) has played a significant role in bringing the power of desktop publishing to web page design. Learn to use CSS to change the colors, fonts, paragraph-indents, and even the layout of a web page—or an entire website, for that matter—with just a few keystrokes. Explore different ways to make your pages look good, discover how using CSS can improve functionality, and how it works in HTML-editors such as Dreamweaver. Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested: 58121. Course: 58117 Section A: Jul 15-17 Virginia DeBolt

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$289 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

$219 For: 8 hours MW 1:00pm-5:00pm

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Dreamweaver: Beginning This powerful web-authoring program puts both visual design and sophisticated HTML tools at your fingertips. Topics include setting up the Dreamweaver environment, using type and graphics, adding links, and using tables. The basics of applying Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to HTML elements and uploading websites are also featured. Prerequisites: 51101 or 54101/11 or equivalent experience, and Internet experience. Suggested: 58111. $289 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

Course: 58122 Section A: Jul 9-18 Zac Van Note

$289 For: 12 hours TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

Create a Blog on WordPress.com Create a free blog hosted on WordPress.com. Choose a name for your blog, learn how to manage the settings to control your blog. Find a theme you like and learn how to add posts. Work with images and image galleries. Learn about plugins and widgets. If you go on to create a self-hosted WordPress blog, all the knowledge from this class will apply. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11. Suggested: 58101 and 58111. Course: 58230 Section A: Aug 5-9 Virginia DeBolt

$239 For: 9 hours MWF 1:00pm-4:00pm

Web Programming Basics Move beyond HTML and CSS! Investigate fundamental concepts and practices of scripting and programming for websites. Learn how dynamic web applications execute on the World Wide Web, and how this process differs from static websites. Get overviews of PHP, ASP and JavaScript, as well as standard approaches to integrating these languages with everyday HTML. Additional topics of discussion include client- and serverside authoring options, capturing information from user forms, database connectivity, and cookies. Prerequisite: 58111. Course: 58401 $329 For: 12 hours Section A: Jun 17-20 MTWTh 9:00am-12:00pm Kinglsey Anderson

$329 For: 12 hours MWF 1:00pm-5:00pm

Web Programming with PHP and MySQL: Beginning Receive an introduction to the open-source web programming language, PHP, and discover why so many web developers prefer to use it with MySQL (an opensource database technology) for their data-driven applications. Learn the basics of the PHP language and how to use PHP to generate your HTML. Get acquainted with the MySQL database, and learn to use PHP and MySQL together. Develop real world web-based applications in class. Prerequisites: 58111, 58121. Course: 59411 $329 Section A: Jul 16-19 TWThF Kinglsey Anderson

For: 12 hours 9:00am-12:00pm

Web Design and Development Online SkillSoft self-study classes include: 58802N Designing and Hosting a Website 58832N Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 58833N Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 58863N JavaScript Fundamentals 58868N DHTML Basics 58870N XML Essentials 58872N Advanced XML 58875N Introduction to Ajax Development

$199 $299 $299 $299 $199 $259 $299 $199

Ed2Go instructor-led classes include: Creating Web Pages $119 Advanced Web Pages $119 Designing Effective Websites $119 Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5 $119 Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 $119 Introduction to Dreamweaver CS4, CS5 or CS6 $119 Intermediate Dreamweaver CS4 or CS5 $119 Introduction to PHP and MySQL $119 Introduction to ASP.NET $119 Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 $119 Creating jQuery Mobile Websites with Dreamweaver $119 Web Design Certificate $5,995 Webmaster $1,795 Web Applications Developer $2,195 Mobile Web Developer $2,195 For more information, call Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 or see our website.

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Dreamweaver: Intermediate Take your web-authoring skills to the next level. Learn to create custom styles in CSS and apply them to text, links, tables and DIVs. Automate page development and maintenance with templates, library items and snippets and add interactivity with HTML forms. Ensure efficient site management with browser testing, validation, site assets and file check-in/check-out. In addition, begin to integrate Flash content into your site. Prerequisites: 58111, 58121.

Course: 58411 Section A: Jul 22-26 Jeff Brody

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Course: 58121 Section A: Jun 10-14 Virginia DeBolt Section B: Jun 18-27 Zac Van Note

JavaScript: Beginning Build dynamic and interactive web pages using JavaScript. Develop a familiarity with fundamental scripting concepts such as objects, properties, and methods. Learn how to create image rollovers and pop-up windows, and use the Document Object Model (DOM) for basic form validation. Prerequisite: 58111. Suggested: 58112 or 58401.


IT Professions CompTIA Certification for Systems Engineering

CompTIA Certifications for Systems Engineering/AutoCAD

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UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Essentials of Hardware and Operating Systems This CompTIA A+ Essentials course, 220-701 is required for everyone seeking A+ certification. Successful completion of the course validates knowledge of basic computer hardware and operating systems, including how to install, build, upgrade, repair, configure, troubleshoot, optimize, diagnose and perform preventive maintenance. Customer service and security skills are also covered. Course materials include test review materials and practice test software. Note: Exam Voucher is included when you complete 63131 and 63134, valid for 6 months upon completion of both classes. Prerequisites: Knowledge of computers and operating systems. Course: 63131 Section A: Jun 3-24 Glenn Norman Section B: Jun 11-Jul 9 Ralph Keeton

$749 For: 28 hours MW 1:00pm-5:00pm TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting CompTIA A+ 220-702 is the second and final A+ course for those who want more emphasis on computer repair and troubleshooting and less emphasis on in-person customer interaction. Work related scenarios such as bench work are emphasized. Note: Exam voucher is included when you complete 63131 and 63134, valid for 6 months upon completion of beth classes. Prerequisite: 63131. Course: 63134 Section A: Jul 8-24 Glenn Norman Section B: Jul 11-Aug 1 Ralph Keeton

$649 For: 24 hours MW 1:00pm-5:00pm TTh 6:00pm-9:30pm

Network Support (Network+) Learn how to configure network adapters, protocols, and services to allow communication between computers. This course covers the OSI model, network topologies, Ethernet, the TCP/IP protocol suite, sub-netting, and WAN technologies. Learn to use these technologies to effectively administer a network, share resources, troubleshoot, and solve connectivity problems. Note: Exam voucher is included, valid for 6 months upon completion of the class. Prerequisites: 63131 and 63134 or A+ certification or experience.

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Course: 63312 Section A: Jul 29-Aug 19 Glenn Norman Section B: Aug 6-27 Ralph Keeton

$849 For: 28 hours MW 1:00pm-5:00pm TTh 5:30pm-9:30pm

Healthcare IT Technician Learn the skills necessary to implement, deploy, and support the new healthcare IT systems required for electronic medical records. This course will cover regulatory requirements, organizational behavior, IT operations, medical business operations, and security. Includes Health IT voucher. Suggested: A+ certification. Course: 63531 Section A: Jun 4-25 Glenn Norman

$699 For: 21 hours TTh 1:00pm-4:00pm

AutoCAD UNM Employees, you may use your tuition remission benefit for the courses listed in this subprogram. For help, call 505-277-0077. Register and complete any of our AutoCAD classes and receive access to the AutoCAD student version for three years at no charge. The student version contains the same AutoCAD software as the commercial version, but is to be used for student practice and projects only. Access information is provided at the first class session. For more information on AutoCAD classes, contact Caroline Orcutt, Program Supervisor at digitalarts@dce.unm.edu or 505-277-6037. AutoCAD: Beginning Learn the fundamentals of Computer-Assisted Drafting (CAD) 3D and 2D rendering with Autodesk AutoCAD. Compare and contrast CAD and manual drafting methods and learn the essentials of drawing organization and layer management. Explore the use of blocks, fonts, and automatic dimensioning features. Both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT users are welcomed. Prerequisite: 51101 or 54101/11. Course: 69111 Section A: Jun 4-25 Gathen Garcia

$799 For: 21 hours TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

Custom IT courses or IT consultation If your business has a need for customized training specifically for a group of employees in desktop support, programming, IT security, systems engineering, ITIL, GIS or other IT course topic, our Custom Training Program can provide these courses at your site or at ours. Contact the UNM Continuing Education Custom Training Program at 505-277-6034 or email customtraining@dce.unm.edu

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AutoCAD: Intermediate Move from drawing in Model Space to plotting in Paper Space to print amazing views of your creations. Work with blocks and attributes, layers, color, linetypes, lineweights and viewports. Edit text, create tables and add new dimensions. Learn why it’s important to establish standards that promote conformance. Both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT users are welcomed. Prerequisite: 69111.

AutoCAD: Advanced Improve your understanding of advanced and complex commands. Get a thorough understanding of paper space, plotting, attributes, attribute extraction, advanced selection techniques and other advanced drawing and editing commands. Both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT users are welcomed. Prerequisite: 69112. Course: 69113 Section A: Jul 25-Aug 15 Gathen Garcia

$799 For: 21 hours TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

IT Pro Online SkillSoft Self-Study classes include: 63160N 63161N 63164N 63165N 63168N 63169N 63700N 63701N 63702N 63800N 63805N

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) 2nd Edition $599 TestPrep Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) 2nd Edition $149 Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) $699 TestPrep Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) $149 Cloud Computing Business Professionals $149 Cloud Computing IT Professionals $399 Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2010: Configuring $649 Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2010: Administration $649 Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2010: Application Development $649 VMware Overview $369 VMware Workstation $349

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Get Ahead with a Tutorial Elective Two-hour one-on-one sessions with the instructor of your choice are available in AutoCAD topics if you have attended a six-hour or longer class in the same topic. Contact Caroline Orcutt at 505-277-6037 to schedule a day and time that is convenient for you. $199.

Microsoft Windows Server 2008— New Features $99 Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Configuring Active Directory $595 Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Configuring Network Infrastructure $595 Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Server Administration $695 Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Enterprise Administration $199 Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2007 Administration $495 Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2007 Application Development $495 Microsoft SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0 $495 Microsoft Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0-Application Development $495 Microsoft .NET for Developers: Foundations of ASP.NET with C# $395 Microsoft .NET for Developers: Mastering ASP.NET with C# $395 MS .NET FW 2.0: Dev Web-based Client Apps w/ Visual Basic 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 $395 MS .NET FW3.5: Windows Presentation App Dev Foundation w/ Visual Basic 2008 $395 MS .NET FW4: Windows Application Development with Visual C# 2010 $349 Microsoft SQL Server 2005: Implementation and Maintenance $595 Microsoft SQL Server 2005: Infrastructure Design $495 Microsoft SQL Server 2005: Database Maintenance $495 MS .NET FW 2.0: Dev Web-based Client Apps with C# 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 $395 Oracle 10g Database: Administrative Workshop I $895 Oracle 10g Database: Administrative Workshop II $795 Oracle 10g Application Server: Administration I $895 Oracle 10g Application Server: Administration II $595 Oracle Database 10g: Developing PL/SQL Program Units $495 Oracle Database 10g: SQL Fundamentals I and II $895 IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) V3 Foundation Syllabus v4.2 $595 ITIL v3 Intermediate: Operational Support & Analysis $1,139 Moving from Technical Professional to Management $699 Managing Technical Professionals $499 Writing Skills for Technical Professionals $119

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Course: 69112 $799 For: 21 hours Section A: Jun 27-Jul 23 TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Gathen Garcia

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Course Skills Assessment To place yourself in the right class, refer to the course assessments below. If you can answer 8 out of 10 questions for the appropriate assessment, you probably do not need to take the class. If you cannot answer 8 out of 10 questions, you probably need to take the class. For additional information or questions: Windows: Sujen Diviney 505-277-6033

Course Skills Assessment

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Mac or Computer Graphics: Caroline Orcutt 505-277-6037

Learn to Use a Computer/Mac (51010/54010) 1. Define hardware and memory. 2. What is a microprocessor or CPU? 3. Describe the difference between a hard drive and a CD drive. 4. Describe the difference between operating system and application software. 5. List some popular word processing, spreadsheet, database, and graphics programs.

6. Define bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes. 7. Explain mouse operations such as click, doubleclick, right-click, click-and-drag. 8. What is anti-virus software? 9. List three input devices and three output devices. 10. List three storage devices and describe how they are different from each other.

Operating Systems Basics (51101/54101/11) 1. Describe the difference between files and folders. How do you move and copy files between folders? How do you find a lost file or folder? 2. How do you move and resize a window? 3. What is a shortcut (Windows) or alias (Mac) and how do you create one? 4. What is the Recycle Bin (Windows) or Trash (Mac)? 5. Describe how to launch a program.

6. Describe how to change the mouse properties and the desktop display. 7. What is the Taskbar (Windows) or Dock (Mac)? 8. What is the Start Menu (Windows) or Apple Menu (Mac)? 9. List the keyboard shortcuts for cut, copy, and paste. 10. Describe how to eject a disk or CD.

Computer Graphics: An Introduction (56101) 1. Explain the difference between raster and vector graphics. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? 2. List two programs that work with raster graphics and two programs that work with vector graphics. List two programs for page layout and two for web design. 3. Define PostScript and describe some of its uses. 4. Define aliasing and anti-aliasing. 5. Define resolution and explain how it is measured. Indicate a standard resolution for print and one for web.

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6. List three graphics file formats and explain when you would use each. 7. When would you rasterize a graphic and when would you trace a graphic? 8. Describe what a Bezier curve is and where you would find one. 9. Describe what a pixel is and where you would find one. 10. Define color depth (bit depth).

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Business Policies Story of New Mexico Convenient Contact Information For registration information, class availability, class cancellations or waiting lists, call 505-277-0077. Suggestions on any of the Story of New Mexico Program courses are always welcome! Please write to:

Krista Foutz

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Program Coordinator New Mexico’s endless beauty, complex and contending histories and rich cultural heritage earned the state its nickname as the Land of Enchantment. Behind all of this majesty and grandeur lies a deeper story that weaves through past, present and future: the Story of New Mexico. Our Travel and Lecture Series Programs allow for participants to engage in all New Mexico has to offer while adding new chapters of excitement to their own personal life story. Feed your New Mexican pride and enhance your own understanding of the Land of Enchantment with Story of New Mexico. A native of Gallup, NM, Krista Foutz holds a B.A. in History and Women’s Studies, M.A. in Latin American Studies and MBA from the University of New Mexico. As a lifelong resident of the state, she is thrilled to be a part of the Story of New Mexico Program. Phone: 505-277-0563 Fax: 505-277-8975 Email: atsirk@unm.edu

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Krista Foutz UNM Continuing Education MSC07 4030 1 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

The Story of New Mexico Policies for Trips & Tours • There is a $5 fee for transferring from one field trip to another and a $15 fee for cancellation of in-state trips. • If a trip that you select is full, please place your name on the waiting list. • If a trip is cancelled by the UNM Continuing Education Story of New Mexico program, a full refund will be provided. • Check the listing for each trip for the registration deadline and minimum enrollment needed for the trip run as scheduled. • Participants requesting special accommodations for the trips need to contact the SONM Program Coordinator two weeks prior to the start of trip at 505-277-0563.

Transportation for New Mexico Tours For New Mexico tours meet the bus or van at 1634 University Blvd. NE, east parking lot at least 10 minutes before departure.

Tuition Remission—UNM Faculty/Staff/Retirees Classes, trips and tours may be eligible for the tuition remission benefit. For more information please contact Krista Foutz at 505-277-0563. For questions regarding the UNM tuition remission benefit, call the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Complimentary Osher Membership Receive a complimentary membership in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of New Mexico with your Story of New Mexico lecture series registration. It is a $20 value. The Osher Membership is not eligible for tuition remission and so it is not considered taxable income. For more information, please contact: Maralie BeLonge, Osher Program Supervisor at 505-277-6179 or email at belonge@unm.edu

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Story of New Mexico Travel & Lectures Trips & Tours Transportation for Story of New Mexico Trips & Tours. Meet the bus or van at 1634 University Blvd. NE, east parking lot at least 10 minutes before departure. For more information, contact Krista Foutz at 505-277-0563.

Course: 00203 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 8 Sa 7:00am-5:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Michael Richie San Jose Badlands Hike Guided by outdoor writer/photographer and badlands activist, Michael Richie, this leisurely hike traverses the most colorful of all the San Juan Basin Badlands. Alternating pink, yellow, lavender and beige layers eroded into rich forms and lush textures. Large scale hoodoos grow everywhere and narrow dry washes penetrate sheer walled box canyons lined with still more avantgarde natural sculptures. Strolling through this hobgoblin maze fashioned from banded pastel layers has a dreamlike feel to it. Located along the Continental Divide, the San Jose Badlands also offer great views east to the forested Jemez Mountains. Although no trails exist, level terrain and easy walking makes this hike suitable for all ability levels. Fee includes transportation and guide. Course: 00562 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 15 Sa 7:00am-6:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Michael Richie

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Course: 00621 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 1 Sa 7:00am-5:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Michael Richie

Elk Springs: La Ventana Badlands Just south of Cuba Village, this seldom visited, sprawling wilderness of high, sheer-walled mesas, deep canyons, colorful hoodoo formations, hidden springs and picturesque cliff-clinging desert conifers is surprisingly accessible. Officially designated as a BLM “Area of Critical Environmental Concern” to preserve the elk herd habitat, it is a joy to explore. We will discover geological and ecological wonders together. It will be an amazingly scenic, easy going hike with a genuine sense of high desert solitude. Fee includes transportation and a guide.

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El Malpais: Dittert Pueblo and Armijo Homestead Hike Join us at the southeast corner of the sprawling 377,000 El Malpais National Monument and Conservation Area to Armijo Canyon. Visit an excavated Anasazi outlier pueblo known as the Dittert Site. Originally two-storied, the L-shaped structure had 35 rooms built around a kiva. More than 60 additional, smaller sites in the Armijo Canyon were part of a pre-Colombian farming community that sent food north to Chaco Canyon. The area was abandoned around 1300 AD after a 50 year drought. Take a two mile, level, partially shaded trail through Armijo Canyon to the Armijo Homestead. Located in a picturesque, sheltered meadow, near a spring fed side canyon—the weathered adobe house and outbuildings are swathed in eloquent silence. Established near the turn of the century, the ranch was abandoned after the severe dust bowl droughts of the 1930s. This easy going hike includes transportation and a guide.


Nob Hill Walking Tour Construction of Albuquerque’s first suburb began in the 1920s and today Nob Hill is considered by many to be the heart of Albuquerque. Join us for a walking tour to better understand the unique history, architecture and current development in the neighborhood. While discovering the stories behind it all, participants will have the opportunity to shop unique stores and have lunch on their own at one of the many restaurants in the area. Join us at Morningside Park (Morningside and Lead) and we will wind our way through the historic neighborhood from there. Course: 00204 Section A: Jun 16 Morningside Park Krista Foutz

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Art and Architecture in Downtown Gallup Come see the beautiful works of art and historic buildings of Downtown Gallup, one of four cities in New Mexico the WPA established as an Art Center. The tour begins at the historic 1936 courthouse featuring individual paintings and frescos on the courtroom walls. From there, walk to the Octavia Fellin Public Library to view their WPA collection. After a picnic on the plaza, take a walking tour of Downtown Gallup to the Rex Museum, the train station and other historic buildings. Fee includes transportation, guides and a boxed lunch. Course: 00205 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 14 F 8:00am-6:30pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Krista Foutz Tewa Pueblos Tour This full-day tour will provide a chance to experience the timeless beauty of several of the unique Tewa Pueblo villages. The tour includes access to the Poeh Museum, several art galleries and a Santa Clara Pueblo pottery demonstration by Paul Speckled Rock. This art filled adventure will offer insights into techniques and traditions of art to the Tewa people. Participants will also have an opportunity to purchase artwork. Fee includes transportation, entrance fees, guides and a picnic lunch at the White Rock Overlook near Los Alamos.

Ceja Pelon Badlands Time Travel Hike Journey back 65 million years to when the San Juan Basin was covered by thick, tropical jungles dotted with palm tree fringed swamps. The dinosaurs were long gone, the first large mammals were beginning to dominate the ecosystems, but still competed with crocodiles and giant flightless birds for survival. The Ceja Pelon Badlands preserves in stone a small portion of our planet’s earliest broad-leafed rainforests. One of the biggest concentrations of huge, colorful petrified logs in the southwest lies hidden high atop stair step mesas. Brilliantly colored, giant quartz trunks and root balls lie crosswise in primeval log jams. Palm tree bases erode out of sandstone mesa edges. Sweeping panoramas include a giant, sandstone obelisk and multi-colored shale fortresses. Intended for fit, cross country hikers. Fee includes transportation and guide. Course: 00510 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 23 Su 7:00am-5:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Michael Richie Santa Fe: The Art of Politics Enhance your understanding of New Mexican history, culture, politics and art on this day trip to Santa Fe. Visit the State Capitol Building, the Palace of the Governors, the New Mexico History Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Art! The day begins with a guided tour of the Roundhouse. Then, head to the plaza and receive a docent tour of the collections held at the famed Palace of the Governors. Have lunch on your own on the plaza before returning for a self-guided tour of the New Mexico History Museum, featuring formerly archived collections of the Palace of the Governors. Finally, explore the beautiful exhibit, “It’s About Time: 14,000 Years of Art in New Mexico,” at the New Mexico Museum of Art. Fee includes transportation, entrance to the museums and guides. Course: 00721 $65 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 28 F 8:30am-6:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot

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Los Poblanos Lavender Farm Tour Join us for a tour of the Los Poblanos Inn and Farm an historic cultural center in the beautiful Rio Grande river valley. Tour the organic farm, learn about their operations and see their famous lavender in full bloom! Los Poblanos Farm keeps true to old farming methods and practices without pesticides and using acequias. Learn about the history of the property, see the historic buildings and enjoy the fresh scent of lavender. Participants will have the opportunity to peruse the Farm Store as well for unique items. Course: 00638 $40 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 29 Sa 8:30am-11:30am Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm Kyle Johnson

Course: 00561 $110 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 12 F 8:00am-6:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Tom Gallegos

Course: 00739 $45 For: 1 session Section C: Jul 14 Su 1:00pm-4:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester

Course: 00732 $89 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 20 Sa 7:30am-6:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Gary R. Sanchez Pecos: Historic & Ancient Gateway to the West Enjoy a full-day visit to historic, scenic and peaceful Pecos. We will drive along the Old Santa Fe Trail through the site of the Civil War Battle of Glorieta to the Pecos National Historic Park to tour the ruins of partially excavated Pecos Pueblo and Spanish Mission Church. We will take a scenic 20-mile drive along the Pecos River to Cowles at the edge of the Pecos Wilderness with stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. Outing stops along the Pecos River and at the Pecos Benedictine Monastery, famous for its New Mexican honey. Students will have the opportunity to have lunch on their own at Frankies at the Casanova. Fee includes transportation, entrance fee into the National Park and guide. Course: 00511 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 26 F 8:00am-6:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Tom Gallegos

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Historic Huning’s Highland Walking Tour Join us for a leisurely walking tour of one of the oldest neighborhoods in the Albuquerque area. This lovely area of town has a large number of Victorian homes many of which have been restored to their original glory. As a homeowner and board member in the Huning’s Highland Neighborhood, our guide will share the interesting history of the neighborhood between Edith and Broadway and Central and Coal. This tour includes a discussion of many restaurants in the area, the little Escalante “Village”, and many unique and beautiful homes. The walk will be at a leisurely pace with frequent stops in front of significant homes and businesses. The tour will end with a viewing of our guide’s home and afternoon tea.

Salinas Missions: Abo Ruins and Rock Art Tour Visit one of New Mexico’s hidden gems, the Salinas Missions, which date back to early 1600s. Nestled on the Eastside of the Manzano Mountains, these three missions have a rich history and beauty that offer a glimpse into New Mexico’s incredible past. Learn about the early Native Americans who settled this region, the arrival of the Spanish and the Pueblo Indian Revolt of 1680. Each site is unique with many photo opportunities and great walking trails. The journey to the missions will be going through several scenic areas, towns and Spanish Land Grants. This trip has a little something for everyone during a day filled with plenty to learn and see. Be prepared for the eye opening landscape of the picturesque Manzano Mountains, a three mile walking tour and to learn about the history of the early settlers. Fee includes transportation, tour guide and a boxed lunch.

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Chimayó: Stories of Faith and Art Join us for a full-day outing to the historic village of Chimayó to experience the art and faith of a unique New Mexican landmark. This tour will include the famous Santuario de Chimayó, Santo Niño Chapel, Chimayó Museum and Ortega’s Weavers. We will also hear the stories of resident Leona Medina Tiede and see an art demonstration from tin artists Sharon Candelario with Medina Gallery. Students will have the opportunity to have lunch on their own at the classic Rancho de Chimayó Restaurant to taste the unique chile that comes from this region. Fee includes guide, tours, art demonstration, museum access and transportation.


Belen’s Railyards and Harvey House Museum Take the Rail Runner to historic Belen where we will explore the Railyards, historic district and the Belen Harvey House, with its museum and model railroad. After walking half a mile to the museum, visit the upstairs rooms of the Harvey House which were the living quarters for the legendary Harvey Girls. Relax under the expansive roof of the fabulous Harvey House portal and watch the workings of the busiest railyard in New Mexico. Visit the “Doodlebug,” also called “La Marranita,” which ran between Belen and Albuquerque from 1934 to 1968. Fee includes fare for the Railrunner, entrance fees and guide. Note: The train leaves the Alvarado Transportation Center at 12:16 and returns at 6:28 in the evening.

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Course: 00539 $45 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 27 Sa 12:00pm-6:30pm Alvarado Transportation Center Jon Knudsen Socorro: Past, Present and Future As one of New Mexico’s oldest cities - founded in 1598 by the Oñate expedition - Socorro has much to offer. Socorro, meaning “help” in English, is where the early Spanish settlers received food and supplies from the Piro Indians. Learn about the Piro Indians, the history behind the Oñate expedition and visit many historic sites including: the Plaza, San Miguel Mission and the Garcia Opera House. Take a tour of New Mexico Tech, one of the Nation’s top schools for technology, where we will gain insight into the research the school is working on. Socorro has been a place of history, but also of the future. From arrowheads to futuristic technology, Socorro is a city with a varied past and a strong future. Fee includes transportation, a guided tour of the city and a boxed lunch. Course: 00206 $89 For: 1 session Section A: Aug 2 F 9:00am-5:30pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Gary R. Sanchez

Hiking and Digital Photography at Ghost Ranch Explore the natural beauty and historic setting of Ghost Ranch outside of Abiquiu, NM with a sketchbook and camera. Learn about the intriguing history and people who are part of the Ghost Ranch story while touring, sketching and photographing the grounds. Learn tips for creating memorable travel location images. Have fun with basic observation and artistic skills while learning to sketch, paint and photograph more effectively while learning about composition, lighting, natural perspective and color. Fee includes transportation, entrance to the Ranch and the artistic insights of Sunny Birklund. Note: Students should bring artistic supplies, portable seat and a camera. They should also bring a hat, closed toe shoes, water and sunblock. Course: 00512 $95 For: 1 session Section A: Aug 3 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Sunny Birklund South Bosque Bike Tour Come join us for a leisurely 16 mile “stop and go” bike ride along the Bosque Bike Trail and discover what just might be the most scenic and interesting bike path in town! The tour will meet at the Albuquerque Bio Park where we will begin our journey and explore areas not widely known to the public that are found in our own backyard. Come explore the wetland ponds, the “garden of broken glass,” WWII POW camp, the Confederate bivouac area used by Sibley’s army on its retreat from Glorieta, quiet picnic area, wildlife, a hidden convenience store and the “tour de junkyards!” Note: Participants will need to bring their own bicycles and helmets. If you would like to rent a bike, please contact Krista Foutz for a list of bike rental shops. Course: 00309 Section A: Aug 4 ABQ Botanical Gardens Jon Knudsen

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Valles Caldera Tour The U.S. Congress created the Valles Caldera National Preserve in 2000. This act opened the volcanic caldera and 89,000 acres of the historic Baca Ranch to the public. The Preserve is situated inside a collapsed crater and is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna. Join us for a custom guided hike of the three mile Hidden Valley Trail of the Valles Caldera. The tour will include a presentation offering an overview of the Preserve as well as a discussion of the geology, forest ecology and flora of the caldera along the hike. Fee includes admission to the Preserve, a guided tour, transportation and a boxed lunch. Course: 00443 $70 For: 1 session Section A: Aug 10 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm CE East (Rear) Parking Lot Carmen Blumberg

Receive a complimentary membership in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of New Mexico with your Story of New Mexico lecture series registration. It is a $20 value. The Osher Membership is not eligible for tuition remission and so it is not considered taxable income. For more information, please contact Maralie BeLonge, Osher Program Supervisor at 505-277-6179 or email at belonge@unm.edu

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Lectures Enroll in Lecture Series I and save! Signing up for all six courses saves $20.

Lecture Series I—The Origins of Hispanic New Mexico, 1536-1704 This course outlines the early colonial history of New Mexico from the explorations of Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca and Francisco Vasquez de Coronado to the “Reconquest” of New Mexico by Don Diego de Vargas. Emphasis will be placed on the elements of culture derived from Spain and their synthesis with the Pueblo Indians in New Mexico. The story culminates with the Pueblo Revolt led by Popé (1680-1692) and the Reconquista lead by De Vargas (1692-1704). Recommended Reading: Kessell, John L. Spain the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and California. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Course Series: 00001-00006 $100 For: 6 sessions Series Dates: Jun 19-Jul 31 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD

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Lybrook Badlands Hike No matter how many times we have visited, every hike in the Lybrook Badlands involves discovery. On this relaxing route we will walk the extremely convoluted, middle level mesa edge weaving through countless sandstone hoodoos and crouching gargoyles, complimented by venerable bonsai ponderosa and junipers. Nonstop panoramas stretch out across hoodoo jungles and forested box canyons beneath the crystal clear, sun drenched dome of cobalt sky. The pace will be leisurely with plenty of time for photographers to snap away at the cornucopia of colors, forms and textures. Depending on the group preference we will also have the opportunity to climb down to the mesa base to view an impressive arch and even bigger trees. This hike is suitable for anyone with an average fitness level and a minimum of cross country hiking experience. Fee includes transportation and guide.

La Traviata La Traviata is Verdi’s most tender and intimately observed depiction of love, but it also reveals the hypocritical realities behind the gorgeous facade of the Parisian demi-mondaine. Brilliantly illuminated in this production by stage director and designer Laurent Pelly, acclaimed soprano Brenda Rae returns to the United States to sing Violetta opposite the dashing Michael Fabiano as Alfredo. British conductor Leo Hussain conducts. Come enjoy the drama! Fee includes transportation, a tour of the gorgeous Opera House, $37 or $60 tickets and a delicious dinner buffet on the grounds, which offer spectacular views of the surrounding Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains. For an in depth analysis of the cultural and historical roots of the opera, sign up for our in-class course: La Traviata: Verdi’s Most Personal Opera (Course #00054 on page 78).


Cabeza de Vaca and Coronado: Discovery and Exploration of New Mexico, 1530-1545 While New Mexico had long been inhabited by Native tribes, the explorations of Cabeza de Vaca and Coronado marked some of the first European expeditions into New Mexico. This course will outline the encounters with Native people and the quest for the Seven Cities of Cibola and other riches. Course: 00001 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 19 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Silver Strikes in Zacatecas and Northern Expansion, 1545-1592 By the mid-1500s, Zacatecas marked the northern edge of the Spanish Empire in the Americas and the second largest city in New Spain. The Spanish Crown sent new excursions further north into what would be known as New Mexico to create a buffer territory between their colony those of other European powers. This section will also cover the silver strikes in Zacatecas.

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Course: 00002 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 26 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Don Juan de Oñate and the Colonization of New Mexico, 1592-1610 With hundreds of settlers by his side, Oñate forged the Camino Real to New Mexico and colonized the new territory. He won the contract from the Crown to find new trade routes, establish rule and convert the Natives to Christianity. After the death of his nephew, he ordered one of the most brutal military attacks on the Acoma Tribe at Sky City. Oñate became the first Governor of New Mexico and was later taken to trial for his war crimes. This section will discuss his life and controversial legacy. Course: 00003 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 10 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert

The Pueblo Revolt, 1680-1692 The first successful reversal of Spanish rule, the Pueblo Revolt served as a pivotal point in New Mexican history. This section will discuss the leadership, alliances and events of the Revolt as well as the subsequent years of rule. Course: 00005 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 24 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert The Reconquest and Resettlement, 1692-1704 After successfully reclaiming Native sovereignty for twelve years, Spanish troops led by de Vargas gathered in El Paso and initiated what would be known as “La Reconquista.” De Vargas was promised the governorship of a territory no longer in Spanish dominion and formed an army to reclaim the land. This section will discuss the Reconquista and his tenure as governor. Course: 00006 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 31 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert Lecture Series II— Anthropological Genetic Genealogy Learn about Anthropological Genetic Genealogy and the connection to New Mexican families in this threepart lecture series. Angel Cervantes is a History teacher and Project Administrator of the New Mexico DNA Project. The New Mexico DNA Project is a genetic database of the founding families of New Mexico that started in October of 2004. Mr. Cervantes has discovered familial roots, migration patterns and other interesting facts based upon his research. Register for all three courses in Lecture Series II and save $10! Course Series: 00007-00009 $50 For: 3 sessions Series Dates: Jul 22-Aug 5 M Times Vary CE South Building Angelo R. Cervantes

The Decline of Spanish Influence, 1610-1680 This section will discuss the encomienda and repartimiento systems, the tensions between the Franciscans and the settlers, the ultimate decline of Spanish influence in the region, and the events leading up to the Pueblo Revolt. Course: 00004 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 17 W 1:00pm-3:00pm CE North Building Charles Truxillo, PhD, Latin American Expert

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Course: 00007 Section A: Jul 22 CE South Building Angelo R. Cervantes

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Course: 00008 Section A: Jul 29 CE South Building Angelo R. Cervantes

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Course: 00009 Section A: Aug 5 CE South Building Angelo R. Cervantes

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New Art for the New Deal This course will explore the background, programs and lasting legacy of the Federal Art Project within the Works Projects Administration (WPA) in New Mexico. We will discuss the various projects that occurred in New Mexico while highlighting works of art, buildings and artists. The course will also focus on how the different Art Centers in New Mexico administered projects to better reflect their communities and live out the mission of the project—to bring art into the lives of everyday citizens. Join us on our tour to Gallup on June 21 to see some works from the WPA first hand (Course #00205 on page 72). Course: 00051 Section A: Jun 11 CE South Building Krista Foutz

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The Visigoths Connection to New Mexican Families (Part II - The Visigoth Perspective) This course is the second part continuation of the Visigoth story from the perspective of the Visigoths themselves. We continue the connection between certain New Mexican families and the Visigoths. Another film will be shown that will trace the Visigoth history and its migration to the Iberian Peninsula. We will also discuss which families show the markers that are most identified with this ancient civilization.

The Franks Connection to New Mexican Families (Haplogroup I) The Franks or Frankish people were an Eastern Germanic tribal confederation first attested in the 3rd century as living north and east of the Lower Rhine River. Under the Merovingian dynasty, they founded one of the Germanic monarchies which replaced the Western Roman Empire from the 5th century. The Frankish state consolidated its hold over large parts of Western Europe by the end of the eighth century, developing into the Carolingian Empire and its successor states.The connection between certain New Mexican families and the Franks will be explored. A short film that will trace the history of these people will be shown. We will also discuss which families show the markers that are most identified with this ancient civilization.

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The Visigoths Connection to New Mexican Families (Part I - The Roman Perspective) The Visigoths were one of two main branches of the Goths, an East Germanic tribe, the Ostrogoths being the other. Together these tribes were among the barbarians who disturbed the late Roman Empire during the Migration Period. The Visigoths first emerge as a distinct people during the fourth century, initially in the Balkans, where they participated in several wars with Rome. A Visigothic army under Alaric I eventually moved into Italy and famously sacked Rome in 410. Eventually the Visigoths were settled in southern Gaul as foederati of the Romans, the reasons for which are still subjects for debate among scholars. They soon fell out with their hosts and established their own kingdom with its capital at Toulouse. They slowly extended their authority into Hispania, displacing the Vandals and Alans. Their rule in Gaul was cut short in 507 at the Battle of VouillĂŠ, when they were defeated by the Franks under Clovis I. Thereafter the only territory north of the Pyrenees that the Visigoths held was Septimania and their kingdom was limited to Hispania, which came completely under the control of their small governing elite, at the expense of the Byzantine province of Spania and the Suebic Kingdom of Galicia.The connection between certain New Mexican families and the Visigoths will be explored. A short film that will trace the history of these people will be shown. We will also discuss which families show the markers that are most identified with this ancient civilization.


New Mexico’s Governors This course is a two-part series on the history of New Mexico’s governors. The first lecture will cover the Spanish colonial and Mexican periods, during which New Mexico had seventy-six governors from 1598 to 1821. The second lecture will cover the military and civilian governors of the pre-territorial period from 1846 to 1850, the territorial governors from 1850 to 1911, and the thirty-one governors of the State of New Mexico from 1912 to the present. Over the past 415 hundred years, 132 governors have led New Mexico. Through lecture and discussion, students in this class will gain knowledge about the always colorful and often obscure history of New Mexico’s long line of chief executives. Note: $20 for each section/$40 for both.

La Traviata: Verdi’s Most Personal Opera La Traviata is one of three operas written by Giuseppe Verdi in the early 1850s that are guaranteed to fill an opera house, with the other two being Trovatore and Rigoletto. Based on a play by Dumas fils, it had a deeply personal meaning for Verdi and was his most realistic opera - dealing with a very controversial subject - prostitution and its challenge to French social order. In this course we will place the opera in its social and historical context and view excerpts from a performance. Course: 00054 Section A: Aug 13 CE South Building Julius Kaplan, PhD

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Course: 00052 $20 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 25 T 9:30am-11:30am Section B: Jun 26 W 9:30am-11:30am Both sections: CE South Building Rick Hendricks, PhD, NM State Historian Railroads in New Mexico Albuquerque was just a village until the railroad arrived in 1880. Join us at the WHEELS Museum in downtown Albuquerque to visit the place where it all happened. Hear the story behind the development of Albuquerque and tour the fascinating exhibits featuring every kind of transportation from milk wagons to model trains and everything in between. Leba Freed—President of the WHEELS Museum and the founder of the effort to save the iconic railyard buildings - will share many stories of the past, present and future of railroads in New Mexico. Get on board to see and enjoy this one of a kind place in the U.S. right here in Albuquerque and learn about the efforts underway to restore and redevelop the property for generations to come. After learning the history behind the Railroad and the Harvey Houses, come see it in person by joining our tour to Belen on July 27 (Course #00539 on page 74). Note: Please wear comfortable, safe shoes and meet us at the WHEELS Museum at 1100 Second Street SW. Course: 00053 Section A: Jul 23 WHEELS Museum Leba Freed

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Summer 2013 FREE Osher Membership Events Admission is Free for Osher Members. These events are a wonderful way to introduce a friend, family member or colleague to the value of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of New Mexico.

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Who was Cassandre? Friday, May 3, 2013 1:00–3:00pm Dick Blankmeyer, B.A., Social Studies CE North Building Estate Planning for the Middle-Class Wednesday, June 5, 2013 10:00am–Noon Sheila Hard, JD and Patricia Bradley, JD Jubilee Active Adult Community

Aya Sophia: Mosaics and Museum

In additon to providing access to the many university-level courses, your Osher Membership offers: • Free Monthly Lectures • Book and materials checkout within the four main libraries of the UNM Library System • Discounted membership fees at Defined Fitness and the YMCA of Central NM. • Discount on Albuquerque International Association Lectures • 10% Discount on Growth & Enrichment classes through UNM Continuing Education • 10% Discount on many events at Popejoy Hall and all events at Keller Hall

More Information $20 Membership Fee (plus additional fee per class) provides access to Osher courses and benefits! For more information, contact: Maralie BeLonge at 505-277-6179 or belonge@unm.edu. To register call 505-277-0077.

Good Vibrations in Surf City Monday, June 17, 2013 2:00–4:00pm Jane Ellen, Lecturer, Composer, Recording Artist CE North Building

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Benefits of becoming an Osher Member

Culture

The Geology of Carlsbad Caverns

Behind Adobe Walls, A Lecture and Book Signing Wednesday, June 12, 2013 10:00am–Noon Sandra Toro, Author, Lecturer Del Webb Alegria

The Specter of Marxism Is Haunting America or The Whole of Western Comedy Is Footnotes to Chico, Harpo, and Groucho Monday, July 15, 2013 3:30–5:30pm Eddie Tafoya, Ph.D. Del Webb Alegria Peregrinating with the Cattle Nomads: Maternal-Child Health in Northern Nigeria Tuesday, July 23, 2013 3:30–5:30pm Robert Glew, M.D., Professor/ Chairman, Biochemistry CE North Building Anthropological Genetic Genealogy: The Saxon Connection to the Founding Fathers Monday, August 19, 2013 3:30–5:30pm Angel Cervantes, Director, New Mexico DNA Project CE North Building

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Summer 2013 Courses The Osher Institute offers over 200 courses, lectures and performances each year! For a full description including length and time, look offerings up by Course Number in the pages of the Osher catalog.

June Date Course Course Name

6/3 19493 John Quincy Adams

$19

6/3 19504 E-Publishing: The Wave of the Future

$45

6/4 19556 Writing True: Memoir and Memoir-Based Fiction 6/4 19396 How to Repot Yourself and Live Life Full-Throttle

Culture

Cost

6/5 19590 Violated Hearts: The Stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne 6/5 19677 Meet the King: Elvis Presley

$75 $25

7/10 19839 The Divine Feminine And The Divine Masculine In Living Your Spiritual Destiny

$45

7/11 19155 Computerized Genealogy

$50

7/11 19472 Turning the Tide - The Battle of Midway, June 4-7, 1942

$25

7/12 19124 A Journey through Monet’s Garden $19 7/12 19306 High-Level Wellness

$19

$45

7/13 19367 Boomers! After Fifty, What’s Next?

$25

$19

7/18 19256 The Supreme Court

$19

7/20 19875 Mystical, Magical Crystals, II

$25

7/22 19154 Hallmarks of Hitchcock Films

$19 $19

6/5 19839 The Divine Feminine & The Divine Masculine In Living Your Spiritual Destiny

$45

6/6 19589 Writing Memoir

$70

7/26 19125 Celebrating Beauty with Pierre-Auguste Renoir

6/6 19906 Quest for Kilimanjaro

$19

7/27 19310 Finding Love After Fifty

$45

6/7 19117 Aya Sofia: Mosaics and Museum

$19

6/7 19486 The History of Modern Spain and Portugal (1492-Present)

7/29 19672 Great American Songbook Part 2: Cole Porter & Hoagy Carmichael

$19

$75

6/10 19492 Ancient Egypt: Evolution of Tombs and Pyramids

$45

7/29 19797 Unlocking the Secrets of Human Behavior: Practical Handwriting Analysis

$35

6/10 19987 Stress-Free Rome

$19

7/30 19173 An Invitation to Tea

$35

6/11 19791 The Geology of Carlsbad Caverns

$35

6/13 19956 Hosteling for Adults Made Easy

$19

7/31 19233 Feeling the Unthinkable: Topics on Social Justice

$19

6/15 19874 Mystical, Magical Crystals, I

$25

6/20 19580 Working the Land: NM Ranch and Farm Women Tell Their Stories $19

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

7/10 19289 Case Studies in Global Environmental Policy: Realities and Controversies $35

August Date Course Course Name

6/21 19916 Bones

$19

6/24 19671 Great American Songbook Part 1: Irving Berlin & Harold Arlen

$19

8/5 19686 Steal Away Home: An Introduction to African American Spirituals

$25

6/24 19584 The Craft of Creative Writing

$70

8/6 19371 Savvy Social Security for Boomers

$19

6/27 19803 Canterbury! Home of Three Religions

$19

8/6 19497 The War of 1812

$19

8/7 19476 Colonial New Mexico

$19

8/9 19133 Zentangle 101

$35

8/13 19433 The Year 1913

$19

8/14 19658 Johannes Brahms: A Legend in His Own Time

$19

July Date Course Course Name

Cost

7/8 19894 Norse Mythology

$25

7/9 19608 Introduction to Improv

$45

7/9 19811 Irish Healing Wells

$19

7/10 19480 Paris and Amsterdam: Competing Ideals in the Seventeenth Century

$45

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8/1 19159 Flowers and Fans and Pornography— “Flirtation” in Victorian England $35

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Growth & Enrichment

Senior Program Manager Marie McGhee has been with UNM Continuing Education since 2006, working with Custom Training and Professional Development before serving as the manager of the Growth & Enrichment Program. Strongly believing that a core aspect of any university’s mission is to bridge with the community, Marie loves the opportunity to collaborate with Continuing Education’s stellar roster of instructors to develop and offer courses of interest and lifelong learning for the New Mexico community. Marie’s own interests in the arts, language acquisition, travel, and photography have led her to take many of the courses offered through the Growth & Enrichment Program, which has 200 instructors, more than 10,000 students a year and over 50 locations throughout the Albuquerque area.

the Westside. For more information, call 505-277-6320. UNM Continuing Education is a self-sustaining departFor registration information, class ment. All courses have set minimums availability, class cancellations or and decisions on course cancellations waiting lists, call 505-277-0077. If you are made 2-3 days prior to the start need information on course content, date of each class. Please don’t wait call 505-277-6320. until the last minute to register. Suggestions on any of the Growth Tuition Remission & Enrichment Program courses are Effective Aug. 1, 2012 active always welcome! employees and retirees will be eligible Please write to: to apply the equivalent of up to one Marie McGhee credit hour of undergraduate tuition UNM Continuing Education per calendar year to approved MSC07 4030 personal enrichment courses offered 1 University of New Mexico by the Division of Continuing EducaAlbuquerque, NM 87131-0001 tion, UNM Center for Life and other University departments. In addition, We’re Here To Help active employees and retirees will Students requiring special accomremain eligible for the equivalent of modations or students who have undergraduate resident tuition for up comments, questions or suggestions to two credit hours per calendar year should contact the Senior Program of approved health and fitness Manager, Marie McGhee. UNM is in courses, and retirees will remain compliance with the Rehabilitation eligible for unlimited academic and Act of 1973 and the Americans with professional development courses, Disabilities Act of 1990. subject to the provisions of University Policy 3700. Employees and retirees G&E Courses Are are reminded that personal enrichOpen to Everyone ment and health and fitness courses Registration is open to all adults (eighteen years and older) regardless provided through the University are taxable benefits, included in the of educational background. In some taxable income of participating cases, classes are open to younger employees and retirees. Spouses, persons; this exception is noted in domestic partners and dependent the particular course description. In children are not eligible for tuition all but a few courses, there are no remission on personal enrichment or examinations, transcripts, credits health and fitness courses. or grades, although certificates are issued upon request. Most Growth For questions regarding the UNM & Enrichment classes are held in tuition remission benefit, call the Albuquerque. We do offer classes on benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Teach a Class With Us Is there a specialty you’ve developed that no one else can do? Have you spent a lifetime of study on a favorite topic? Share the rewards of your knowledge with the Albuquerque community. It’s easier than you think. Submit a course proposal to the program manager. Call 505-277-9350 to request that an instructor application be emailed to you, stop by to pick one up from our receptionist, or download a PDF from our website: dce.unm.edu/TeachCE.

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Table of Contents Personal Growth Humanities Italian Film............................................................87 Unveiling the True China.................................87 Foreign Film Buffs..............................................87

Languages Chinese in Action...............................................87 Italian Beginning I..............................................88 Sign Language I..................................................88 Spanish I...............................................................88 Conversational Spanish Part I........................88 Continuing Education for Teachers of Spanish as a Second Language NEW ....88 Basic Navajo Language....................................88 Korean: Beginner I.............................................89

Money Matters ABC’s of Investing..............................................89 Complete Financial Planning Primer...........89 Protecting Yourself in Retirement................89 You Can Own Your Own Home...................89

Reading & Writing

Health & Fitness

Introduction to Reiki....................................... 101 Yoga Nidra: Deep Relaxation...................... 101 Yoga: Restore and Renew............................ 101 Therapeutic Massage..................................... 101 Integrated Amrita Meditation TechniqueConnecting to Inner Peace & Joy.............. 101 Guided Meditation......................................... 102 Beginning Meditation NEW ........................ 102 Family Yoga....................................................... 102 Anatomy is Art: Sugar—Cocaine Lite........ 102 Tame Your Toxic World.................................. 102 Mind Your Mind: Rejuvenate Your Spirit........................................................... 103 Yoga: The Body in Emotion........................ 103 Yoga for Arthritis.............................................. 103 Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face, Shoulders, & Feet............................................ 103 Life Journey Necklace................................... 103 You Can Manifest............................................ 104

Home Repair: Basic....................................... 104 Landscape Design.......................................... 104 Herbal Remedy Garden............................... 104

Personal Enrichment Aquatics Swimming: Level I.......................................... 105 Swimming: Level II......................................... 105 Swimming: Parent/Child (ages 6 months-3 years)............................. 105 Swimming: Parent/Child (ages 3-7 years)............................................. 105 Swimming for Children/ Experienced Beginners................................. 106

Arts Reduction Print Making................................. 106 Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain.. 106 Botanical Drawing & Watercolor: Summer Fruits & Vegetables NEW .......... 106 Experimental Drawing & Mixed Media.... 107 Drawing Graphite, Pencil, Pen & Ink........ 107 Travel Sketchbook Journaling..................... 107 Painting with Acrylics..................................... 107 Pastels are Paint...Not Chalk........................ 107 A Painting A Day.............................................. 108 Splash Ink with Watercolor Workshop NEW ............................................... 108 Paint Without Numbers and Color Outside the Lines................................ 108 Watercolor Techniques................................. 108 Shibori: The Japanese Art of Fabric Dyeing.................................................... 108 Expressive Color in Oil Pastels................... 109 Beginning Landscape Oil Painting............ 109 Modeling the Figure In Clay........................ 109 Raku Fired Handbuilt Pottery...................... 109 Trial by Fire........................................................ 109 Raku Pottery Potluck...................................... 110 Clay Sculpture.................................................. 110 Stoneware and Raku Pottery...................... 110 Beginning Jewelry/Small Metals and Silversmithing.......................................... 110 Continuing Jewelry/Small Metals & Silversmithing................................................... 111 Introduction to Enameling........................... 111 No-Solder Jewelry Making Extravaganza: Etched, Disced, Dapped and Letter-Stamped!............................................... 111 Visions Collage Workshop........................... 111 The Art of Beeswax Collage........................ 112 Mosaic with Vintage China and Found Objects.................................................. 112 The Luminous Collage.................................. 112 The Art of Papermaking................................ 112 Assemblage Workshop 101........................ 112 ArtBiz................................................................... 112 Resin...For the Fun Of It................................ 113

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Table of Contents

Yoga Fusion NEW ..............................................92 Cardio-Core Interval Training NEW .............92 Headaches, Insomnia Yoga Workshop NEW .......................................93 Yoga: Sunrise Practice......................................93 Yoga for the Rest of Us....................................93 Gentle Yoga..........................................................93 Yoga Basics: The Fundamentals...................93 Yin Yoga.................................................................94 Qigong...................................................................94 Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind (Iyengar style) ...............................94

Relaxation

Home & Garden

Growth & Enrichment

Creative Writing for Fun Only.........................90 Memoir Workshop.............................................90 Write Historical Fiction That Sells.................90 Poetry Workshop: There’s Poetry in My Peanut Butter! NEW ..................................90 Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction NEW .............................90 Opening Up: Writing For Healing NEW .....90 Writing for Growth and Discovery NEW ....91 Journal Writing For Creativity and More..............................................................91 Writing as a Spiritual Practice NEW .............91 Publish Your Book Now, Publish Profitably...............................................91 Write Your Book in a Weekend!....................91 Elements of Writing NEW ...............................92 Introduction to Novel Writing.........................92 Query Letter Workshop NEW .......................92 Finding Your Voice & Expanding Imagination....................................92

Yoga for Women................................................94 Yoga For Folks Over Fifty.................................94 Restorative Yoga.................................................94 Yoga for Back Care............................................95 Mother Infant Yoga............................................95 Kundalini Yoga....................................................95 Athletes! Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation...................................................95 Mindful Flow........................................................95 Yoga for Lunch....................................................95 Pilates: Reformer................................................96 Fitness Boxing.....................................................96 Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing......................96 The Nia Technique............................................97 Alternative Methods to Strength Training................................................97 T’ai Chi Chih®: Beginning................................97 Weight Lifting for Women...............................97 Weight Lifting for Seniors................................97 T’ai Chi Ch’uan—Traditional Yang Style Long Form: Beginners......................................98 Matwork for Seniors..........................................98 Yoga Core Flow...................................................98 Yoga Basics 101.................................................98 Alignment and Flow Yoga...............................98 Yoga for Chronic Conditions..........................99 Aging Gracefully wtih Yoga.............................99 Yoga for Weight Loss........................................99 Prenatal Yoga.......................................................99 Level 2 Yoga........................................................99 Introduction to Senior Strength and Balance Training..................................... 100 Salsaerobics...................................................... 100 Tennis: Beginning........................................... 100 Tennis: Intermediate...................................... 100 Salud y Movimiento: Yoga Para Mujeres NEW .............................. 100 Stretch/Strength/Total Fitness!................... 100


Bonne Cuisine The Art of Baking............................................ 113 Sensational Salads.......................................... 113 Breakfast For Dinner...................................... 113 Stir Fry Made Easy.......................................... 113 Cooking With Seasonal Products.............. 113 New Ways With the Same Old Bird......... 113 Mysteries of Fish Cooking............................ 114 French Bistro Cooking................................... 114 Quick and Easy Cooking.............................. 114 Mangia Italiano................................................ 114 Mediterranean Table .................................... 114 Contemporary Southwest............................ 114 Exploring the Cuisine of India.................... 114 Vegetarian Feast.............................................. 114 Seasonal Cooking for Optimal Health..... 115 Canning Vegetables and Making Jams and Jellies............................... 115 New Mexico Red or Green......................... 115 Cooking 101..................................................... 115 Cooking 102..................................................... 115 Healthy Asian Cooking NEW ...................... 115 Gluten Free Cooking...................................... 115 Tapas................................................................... 116 Six Ingredients or Less.................................. 116 Pressure Cooking............................................ 116 Cooking on a Budget..................................... 116 Spices and Herbs............................................ 116

Communication Our Existence After Life................................ 116 Emotional Freedom Technique................. 117 Collecting Gratitude NEW ........................... 117 Loving What Is: The Work of Byron Katie.............................. 117 Introduction to Constellation Work........... 117 Your Dreams Talk To You............................. 117

Table of Contents

Growth & Enrichment

Crafts & Hobbies Bead Stringing.................................................. 118 Make Your Own Vintage Typewriter Key Bracelet................................ 118 Creative Wire Rings........................................ 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Basic Circle....... 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Coiling................ 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Flat Spiral........... 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Earring Design... 118 Lovely Pins from Vintage Tins.................... 119 Cut, Pierce, Sew and Suspend with Metal and Found Objects!................. 119 Rolling Paper Beads: A New Spin on a Childhood Craft NEW ......................... 119 The Pampered Lady....................................... 119 Body Products Made at Home I................ 119 Herbal Soapmaking--Cold Process........... 119 Sustainable Crafting Works NEW .............. 120 Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay................. 120 Stained Glass: Beginning............................. 120 Introduction to Glass Fusing....................... 120 Early New Mexico Punched Tin Work..... 120 Book Art: An Introduction NEW ................ 120 Retro Sampler Quilt NEW ........................... 121 Sewing: Beginning.......................................... 121

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Crochet: A Beginning Course..................... 121 Knitting: Beginning......................................... 121 Quilts Without Measure NEW .................... 121

Leisure Time Activities Bicycle Repair: Park Tool Mechanic 101............................... 122 Introduction to Kayaking............................... 122 Whitewater Kayaking Made Easy.............. 122 Golf I.................................................................... 122 Golf II................................................................... 123 Golf: Secrets for Success with the Shortgame....................................... 123 Horseback Riding: Beginning..................... 123 Horseback Riding: Intermediate................ 123 Rock Climbing.................................................. 123 Ropes Course ................................................. 123

Music, Dance, & Theatre Community Big Band.................................... 124 The Human Voice—Jazz Style..................... 124 Latin Jazz & Improvisation........................... 124 Modern Jazz...................................................... 124 Jazz Guitar......................................................... 124 Guitar: Beginning............................................ 125 Guitar: Beginning II........................................ 125 Harmonica for Beginners............................. 125 Introduction to Hammered Dulcimer...... 125 Beginning Piano.............................................. 125 Beginning Piano 2.......................................... 125 Group Piano 3................................................. 126 Group Piano 4................................................. 126 Piano Second Time Around........................ 126 Tango ................................................................. 126 Dancing for Fun and Physique.................. 126 Country Western Dance............................... 126 Honky Tonk Style Country Swing.............. 126 L.A. Style Salsa................................................. 127 Contemporary, Modern Dance Techniques for Fitness NEW ...................... 127 Hip Phylosophy: Belly Dancing.................. 127 Singing................................................................ 127 Singing for Those Who Can’t Sing............ 127

Photography Photography and Intuition........................... 128

Potpourri Introduction to Private Investigation......... 128 Travvy Savvy—Travel Smart.......................... 128

Youth On Campus Day Camp: (ages 6-8 and 9-10)..................................... 128 Early Bird Camp Care.................................... 129 Youth Sports Fitness (ages 6-14)............. 129 LEGO Model Designer Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10)....................... 129 LEGO Animal Grossology Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10)....................... 129 LEGO Camp: Amusement Park Mania (ages 6-10)....................................................... 130 LEGO NASA Space Camp (ages 6-10)....................................................... 130 LEGO Olympics Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10)....................................................... 130

The Magic of Realistic Drawing (ages 9-14)....................................................... 130 Funny Pictures: Cartooning for Kids (ages 9-16)....................................................... 131 Computer Video Game Design Mini-Camp (ages 9-16) .............................. 131 Advanced Computer Game Design (ages 10-16).................................................... 131 An Introduction to Computer Animation & Special Effects (ages 9-16).................... 131 LEGO We Do Robotics (ages 6-9) NEW ............................................. 131 Machines and Mechanisms (ages 4-5) NEW ............................................. 131 Acting for Stage & Screen (ages 6-10) NEW .......................................... 132 Maxwell Museum Children’s Summer Camp (ages 8-12)....................... 132 Creative Arts Camp presented by the NM Jazz Workshop (ages 6-12)............... 132 Half-Day Drum Camp (ages 7-14).......... 132 Kindermusik at ABQ’s Playroom (ages 1.5-3 & 3-5) NEW ............................. 132 Introduction to Wood Carving Animals (ages 11-16) NEW ........................................ 132 Clay Creations (ages 6-10)......................... 132 The Hobbit, Improvised: A Half-Day Camp (ages 6-12) NEW ....... 133 High Desert Yoga Camp (ages 6-11) NEW .......................................... 133 Architecture & Design Career Discover Camp for Teens (ages 14-17)................... 133 Film Camp (ages 13-18)............................. 133 Cooking for Teens & Tweens: Comfort Foods (ages 13-17) NEW ......... 133 Introduction to Silversmithing and Jewelry Making (ages 13-17)................... 134 Easy & Fabulous Jewelry Etching (ages 13-17).................................................... 134 Introduction to Enameling (ages 13-17) NEW ........................................ 134 Tween/Teen Yoga Camp (ages 12-17).................................................... 134 Beginning Rock Climbing (ages 13-17).................................................... 134 Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense for Teens (ages 13-17).................................................... 134 LEGO Robotics with Mindstorms (ages 10-14) NEW ........................................ 135 Kindermusik Sign and Sing (ages 3-5) NEW ............................................. 135 Keyboarding Skills for Kids (ages 8-13) NEW .......................................... 135 Circus Yoga (ages 6-12) NEW .................. 135 Hola Amigos! Spanish Language for Kids (ages 6-11)...................................... 135 Born to Draw: A Children’s Drawing Program (ages 7-11)................... 135 Art & Design for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15).................................................... 135 Color for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15).................................................... 135 High Ropes for Youth (ages 10-17).................................................... 136 Make Your Own Hand Applique Pillow (ages 8-12) NEW .......................................... 136 Tae Kwon Do for Children (ages 6-12)....................................................... 136

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Off Campus Location Guide UNM Continuing Education has been offering non-credit classes to the residents of the greater Albuquerque area since 1928. In response to ever-increasing demand for education programs held at neighborhood locations, off-campus class offerings continue to grow. Find one in your neighborhood! If you have any comments or suggestions concerning off-campus classes, or know of locations for classes to be held, please write to: Growth & Enrichment Program, UNM Continuing Education, MSC07 4030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001.

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Location Guide

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A Time To Relax Yoga Studio 11603 Menaul (east of Juan Tabo) Aikido of Albuquerque 5600 McLeod NE, Suite D (between San Mateo & San Pedro) Albuquerque Shin - Budo Kai Dojo 3100-A San Mateo NE (San Mateo and Candelaria) Apple Mountain Music 10301 Comanche NE (Comanche and Morris) APS Aztec Complex 2611 Eubank NE (Eubank and Candelaria) Arbor Counseling 2501 San Pedro Dr, Suite 102 Ayurvedic Institute 11311 Menaul Blvd. NE (east of Juan Tabo) Baila! Baila! 2801 Girard NE (Girard and Candelaria) Bernina Sewing Center 4520 Alexander Blvd. NE (Montaño at I-25) Body Balance Yoga 3705 Westerfeld Dr. NE (Comanche and Eubank) Continuing Education (CE) North & South Buildings 1634 University Blvd. NE (Indian School and University) Coyote Clay School 5107 Edith NE (Edith south of Montaño) Combining Cultures Acupuncture 2021 Madeira Dr. NE Crystal Mountain 5041 Indian School Rd. NE, Ste. 400 (between Carlisle & San Mateo) Duke City Bridge Club 8616 Northeastern Blvd NE (one block north of Indian School & Wyoming) Good Samaritan Society Manzano Del Sol Village 5201 Roma Ave. NE (San Mateo & Lomas) Hancock Fabrics 3157 San Mateo Blvd NE (between Comanche and Candelaria on San Mateo) Herb Beatty Chiropractic 8004 Pennsylvania Cr. High Desert Yoga—Nob Hill 4600 Copper NE (corner of Copper & Jefferson)

Hot Flash Glass, Inc. 2111 San Mateo NE (on San Mateo south of Indian School) Jewish Community Center (JCC) 5520 Wyoming Blvd. NE (Wyoming and Academy) Kickstand Bicycle Shop 11145-B Menaul NE (NW Corner of Juan Tabo and Menaul in the Foothills Shopping Center) Los Altos Christian Church 11900 Haines NE (one block south of Indian School, one block east of Juan Tabo) Mike’s Iron Gym 1214 San Pedro NE (Lomas and San Pedro) Monte Vista Christian Church 3501 Campus Blvd. NE (one block North of Central between Carlisle and one block East of Monte Vista) New Heart Center for Wellness 601 Lomas Blvd. NE Nickel Acupuncture 3212 Monte Vista NE (corner of Campus & Monte Vista) Peacecraft Store 3215 Central NE (between Bryn Mawr and Wellesley on Central) The Quilt Works 11117 Menaul NE (Menaul & Juan Tabo) Quilts From the Heart 417 Tramway REI 1550 Mercantile Ave NE (I-25 and Montano) Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy 3208 San Mateo NE (San Mateo & Montgomery) Shedden Pilates 3610 Campus NE SNAP Fitness 1530 Tramway Blvd. NE Studio Pizazz 4111 Louisiana Blvd. NE Studio Sway 105 Jefferson St. NE (near Washington & Central in Nob Hill) T’ai Chi Chih Center 3107 Eubank NE, Ste. 19 (SW corner of Scottsdale Village) Wellspring Center for Yoga 5500 San Mateo NE, #103 (east side of San Mateo before Academy)


Northwest

East Mountain Locations

AAA Solar 2021 Zearing NW (Rio Grande and I-40) ABQ Botanic Gardens 2601 Central NW Canine Country Club 7327 4th St. NW (one mile north of Osuna) Garfield Middle School 3501 6th St. NW G & T Stained Glass and Tinworks 315 Sarah (North 4th and Sarah) Jan’s on 4th 10004 4th Street NW (north of Alameda) Ladera Golf Course 3401 Ladera Drive NW (Sequoia and Unser) Music Magic Studio 2113 Charleviox St. NW (Romer & Charleviox in Old Town) Park Fine Art Gallery 20 First Galleria Plaza #65 (2nd & Copper next to Convention Center) Quilts Olé 3923 Corrales Rd (west on Alameda north on Corrales Rd.) Rio Grande Nature Center 2901 Candelaria Rd. NW (Candelaria west of Rio Grande) Spiritual Renewal Center 6400 Coors Blvd. NW Taft Middle School 620 Schulte Rd. NW (one block north of 4th & Osuna intersection)

McFarland Studio 46 Piñon Heights (Sandia Park) Mountain Meadow Neighborhood Garden 242 Piñon Trail (Cedar Crest) Rose Lee Stables 1004 Hwy 344 (Edgewood)

Location Guide

Growth & Enrichment

Southeast Cosmos Tapas Restaurant 4200 Central Ave SE (just west of Washington on Central) Double Time Dance Studio 112 Morningside SE (Central & Morningside) Highland High School Pool 4700 Coal SE (San Mateo & Zuni) Lloyd Shaw Studio’s 5506 Coal Ave. SE Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center 501 Elizabeth SE (Eubank & Southern south of Central) Puerto Del Sol Golf Course 1800 Girard SE (Girard & Gibson) Rhythm Dance Company 3808 Central Ave SE (Nob Hill area, on Central, east of Carlisle)

Southwest 3rd Street Arts 711 3rd St. SW UNM Championship Golf Course (south on 1-25, exit east on Rio Bravo) Mudfish Pottery 2281 Wilbur SW (west on Bridge past Sunset to Tapia)

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Private Studios Aragon Studio 421-Broadway SE (NW Corner of Broadway and Coal) Berrenberg Office 3876 Masthead NE (Jefferson and Masthead) Cooley Home 608 Val Verde SE (Washington and Lead) Diener Studio 500 2nd Street SW (corner of Coal & 2nd) Feher Office 5800 McLoed NE, Ste. E (east of San Mateo, north of Montgomery) Forrester Studio 418 Arno St. SE, Apt. B (Coal and Broadway) Johnson Office 1709 Moon NE (near Moon & Indian School) Lerma Studio 10101 2nd St. NW (north of Alameda) Ralph Green Studio 1114 Central SW Sailer Studio 8401 Dunhill SW (Bridge & Unser) Segara Residence 7813 Indian School Rd. NE (between Wyoming & Pennsylvania) Streett Studio 1675 Murray Loop (Bosque Farms) Sturges Studio 346 Tyler Rd. NW

Westside and Rio Rancho Locations Canine Country Club 4201 Marna Lynn NW (west on Paseo, right on Eagle Ranch, left on Paradise to Marna Lynn) Dance Place 1005 21st. St. SE, Suite A Rio Rancho High School 301 Loma Colorado NE (NM 528 north to High Resort Blvd. west to Loma Colorado) Santa Ana Golf Club 288 Prairie Star Rd. (Bernalillo) Stardust Dance Academy 135 Nicamino del Pueblo (Bernalillo) UNM West 2600 College Blvd. (King Road & Unser) Unity of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho 4801 Montaño NW, Suite A-6

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Personal Growth Courses

Humanities UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Humanities. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Italian Film From the Italian Neo-Realism movement in the 1940’s through today, Italian films are as romantic and exciting as the country from which they come, filled with lively characters and rich in Italian history. We’ll spend eight weeks watching wonderful Italian films, supplemented with just enough film analysis and history to spice things up without weighing things down. Join us on Thursday afternoons for jaunts to the Eternal City and the lovely Italian countryside. Course: 08554 $95 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Jul 23 T 1:00pm-4:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jun 18. CE South Building Teresa Cutler-Broyles

Course: 08558 Section A: Jul 3-24 CE South Building Chang Liu, MA Linguistics

$70 For: 4 sessions W 6:15pm-8:15pm

Languages UNM Employees: You may use your tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Languages. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Chinese in Action Learn to speak real life Chinese in a meaningful and fun way! Do you know the deep influence of Chinese language across East Asia? Do you enjoy the story and imagination behind the “scribbles” of Chinese characters? No boring grammar and piles of unnecessary vocabulary! You will joyfully role-play in each lesson with your classmates after I empower you with my custommade handouts. Students with and without previous Chinese learning will benefit from this class. Begin a language voyage by joining us this season! Required Text: Read and Speak Chinese for Beginners (CD). Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Course: 09603 Section A: Jun 4-Jul 23 CE South Building Chang Liu, MA Linguistics

$85 For: 8 sessions T 6:30pm-8:30pm

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Humanities/Languages

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Course: 08568 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 27-Aug 15 Th 9:00am-12:00pm CE South Building Leatrice Wilson

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Unveiling the True China Explore the true China with a local who grew up there: What makes China Chinese and not so Chinese? What aspects of China have been mystified and misunderstood in the Western world? Have you heard of the world’s only language spoken only by women. Using Chinese written characters and some clips from Chinese films as a doorway into each topic, discover the depth and unique flavor of life in modern and ancient China. Bring your curiosity! Huanying!

Foreign Film Buffs Foreign films are interesting to us because they offer us a difference perspective. The stories, direction, costuming, etc. are based upon the particular culture of the country. We will explore a variety of films from different countries, chosen in class. Our last film will be an American musical, what we do best. We can contrast it with other films we have seen. Some you may have seen; some you may have missed, but they will all be worth seeing and discussing.

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Italian Beginning I Start to converge on everyday subjects in Italian. Explore a new world through learning Italian and have fun while doing it! Begin to acquire Italian through songs, gestures, jokes, and recipes. This is the class to take if you want to develop confidence with a new language. Required Text: Italian Espresso. Gruppo ItaliaIdea, Alma Edizioni. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Course: 09612 $110 For: 10 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 9 TTh 6:00pm-8:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. CE South Building Cristina Baccin Sign Language I This sign course introduces students to the process and structure of sign language. In this class you will be provided with basic skills necessary to use the language. Your signing and comprehension skills will be enhanced by an understanding of Deaf Culture. This class is for beginning students. Course: 09617 Section A: Jun 10-Jul 15 CE South Building To be Announced

$95 For: 6 sessions M 6:00pm-9:00pm

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Spanish I This is an introductory course for students without any previous experience with the Spanish language. We will begin with Spanish sounds and the alphabet. The focus of the class is basic communication skills through vocabulary as well as basic grammar. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Required Text: Dos Mundos, McGraw Hill, 7th Edition. Course: 09619 $110 For: 14 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Jul 25 TTh 6:30pm-8:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. CE South Building Alexandra Riera Conversational Spanish Part I This class is a practical guide for those who have Spanish speaking experience and are motivated to converse but lack skills, vocabulary, and confidence. Through a progression of nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech, students are given the tools and structure which will enable them to be understood. This fun, total immersion adventure in language learning is taught through context. Students should have a basic understanding of grammar and sentence structure. Taking Spanish I & II before enrolling in this class is strongly recommended. This is not a beginning level class. Course: 09625 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 10-Jul 29 M 6:30pm-8:30pm Luz L. Valdes-Norris Section B: Jun 3-Jul 22 M 10:00am-12:00pm Both sections: CE South Building Margarita Guarin

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Dos Mundos—A Spanish Curriculum Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III and Spanish IV use the same textbook, Dos Mundos, 7th Edition. These are structured classes that give students the foundation and understanding of grammar. As soon as students learn enough basic vocabulary in Spanish I, they are engaged in easy conversation. In Spanish II, the students have more time for conversation, applying what they are learning in class. In Spanish III, the first hour is spent reviewing vocabulary and grammar, and the second hour concentrates on conversation. Advanced Spanish Conversation is completely taught in Spanish. When students complete the four semesters, they should feel comfortable in conversations away from the classroom.

Continuing Education for Teachers of Spanish as a Second Language NEW This course is a theoretical and practical overview of the process and issues related to the teaching and learning of Spanish as a second language. We will explore the latest theories of second language acquisition, second laguage pedagogy, methodological approaches, individual learner characteristics, strategies and styles, the role of culture in the language classrom, and the use of technology in language teaching. Over five days we will discuss different teaching methods, create our own teaching materials, plan classes, and review resources for learning Spanish. Course: 09633 $350 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 15-19 MTWThF 8:00am-12:00pm CE South Building Carlos Soler Montes Basic Navajo Language This course will introduce students to the basics of oral and written Navajo language enabling them to converse in everyday Navajo language. Emphasis will be on developing basic vocabulary used in common, daily situations, e.g., greetings, simple requests, and descriptive statements. Required Text: Dine Bizaad by Irvy W. Goossen. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Course: 09638 $95 For: 14 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Sep 5 Th 6:00pm-8:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. CE South Building Esther Yazzie-Lewis

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Korean: Beginner I Introductory Korean course designed to help you explore the world of Korean language and culture. You will learn the essentials of the Korean language and useful cultural contexts in fun and lively class lessons and small group practice sessions. Also, online practice sessions (video conference) will be offered to help you learn Korean quickly. Just bring your passion for learning Korean! Required Text: Integrated Korean, Beginning 1 (2nd edition), available at the UNM Bookstore. Required Text: Integrated Korean (2nd edition) Beginning 1, University of Hawai’I Press, ISBN: 978 0 8248 3440 1. Text available at the UNM Bookstore.

Complete Financial Planning Primer Learn how to take control of your financial future and how to make wise financial decisions. This comprehensive class provides a broad overview of the entire financial planning process. Financial success is a choice. Topics covered in class include: how to take that critical first step to maximize your returns and minimize risk; asset allocation; and investment strategies for the future. Learn to plan for your children’s college education, make wise decisions before and during retirement and protect your assets through estate planning. Tuition includes one individual session with the instructor for a financial planning evaluation.

Course: 09643 $110 For: 14 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Aug 2 WF 6:30pm-8:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 5. CE South Building Hyuna B. Kim, Ph.D.

Course: 11703 $75 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 3 W 7:00pm-9:00pm CE South Building Karl Edward Baxter, CFP & Author

Money Matters UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Money Matters. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Course: 11700 $70 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 9-Aug 6 T 6:00pm-7:45pm Berrenberg Office in NE Area Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA

You Can Own Your Own Home Purchasing a home is a complicated process and involves making one of the most significant decisions of your life. This course provides you with detailed information related to purchasing a home including types of mortgages, discount points, monthly payments and interest rates, and down payments. Real estate professionals will work directly with the student who elects to purchase a home, receiving as much individual attention as needed so that the process of purchasing does not become an overwhelming experience. Learn about the programs requiring no down payment and closing costs available to any student who completes this course and qualifies for a loan. Please bring a calculator to class. Course: 11749 $25 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 12-19 W 6:00pm-7:30pm Section B: Jul 10-17 W 6:00pm-7:30pm Both sections: CE South Building Art Esquibel

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Money Matters

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Course: 11728 $50 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jul 29-Aug 5 M 6:00pm-8:00pm Berrenberg Office in NE Area Terri Berrenberg, CFP, CFEd, MBA

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ABC’s of Investing Develop your investment skills with the basics you will learn in this course. Be more confident in your decisions regarding stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. We’ll begin with setting your goals, personal financial statements, and the time value of money. Investment risks and inflation will be discussed along with the basics of bonds, T-bills, notes, bond ratings, yields, and issuing agencies. Understand the history of the stock market and how to research and purchase stocks. Learn how to research mutual funds, how they’re managed, and sales charges. We’ll examine various popular investment strategies and how behavior influences investment decisions. Suggested reading and Internet research sites are provided. Note: Tuition includes one individual session with instructor for portfolio review and planning.

Protecting Yourself in Retirement If you are thinking of early retirement, making retirement decisions, changing jobs, within a decade of retirement, newly retired, or rolling over an Individual Retirement Account you don’t want to miss this class! You’ll lean about Indiviual Retirement Account (IRA) rules, Strech IRAs, Lump Sum Distributions, Beneficiaries, IRA and tax strategies, and lifetime income to make sure your money lasts as long as you live! You’ve worked very hard so that you can have the retirement you’ve planned. You’ll want to ensure that the timing of your retirement plan is protected. This class will help you understand the impact of fluctuating markets on your retirement nest egg, social security opitimization, rising medical costs, and the significance of inflation.


Reading & Writing UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Reading and Writing. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Creative Writing for Fun Only Everyone has something to say. Give yourself a chance to explore. We write, share and write again-without pressure! Take this chance to expand your horizons. Some topics are serious, some are funny. Try it, you’ll like it and become a better writer. Course: 14858 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 25-Aug 13 T 10:00am-12:00pm CE South Building Leatrice Wilson Memoir Workshop Explore the various kinds of memoirs, the difference between fiction and memoir and your decisions to write memoir. Where to begin, how to focus your memoir, how to dredge up the inner mysteries of your life, how to bring order to life events through narrative, and how to find the universal stuff that links your life with that of others. Create your own personal memory calendar. Note: Bring a ruler and scotch tape. There will be a thirty minute lunch break. Please bring a brown bag lunch.

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Course: 14860 Section A: Jul 13 CE South Building Sandra K. Toro

$75 For: 1 session Sa 9:30am-3:30pm

Write Historical Fiction That Sells Does a particular period of history or particular historical character hold great interest for you? Learn how to turn that interest into compelling historical fiction. We will explore different reasons and approaches to writing historicals, research and resources for learning the historical events and daily lifestyle of your era. Planning the story arc, developing characters, intergrating history, finding the voice, setting the pace, learning how to write in points of view, rewriting and manuscript preparation are all part of what we will cover during this intense six hour workshop. Note: Bring a lunch and beverage. Course: 14861 Section A: Jul 27 CE South Building Sandra K. Toro

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$75 For: 1 session Sa 9:30am-3:30pm

Poetry Workshop: There’s Poetry in My Peanut Butter! NEW In this Workshop we’ll write poems that not only focus on the elemental aspects of food and drink, but we’ll also explore emotional, cultural and social interpretations. You’ll be asked to write one poem per week, which will be work shopped by the class. Writing prompts and discussions will start you off. We’ll also read examples of published poetry that deal with this theme. Bring pen and paper. Course: 14864 Section A: Jun 12-Jul 17 CE South Building Anastasia Andersen

$100 For: 6 sessions W 7:00pm-9:00pm

Introduction to Creative Non-Fiction NEW This course is an introduction to the craft of writing creative non-fiction. This genre can take many forms and includes the personal essay, science and nature writing, historical and biographical narrative, memoir, humor, as well as travel and food writing. This class will teach the form and elements of creative non-fiction by suggesting reading assignments, short writing exercises, and a workshop format class that will include the respective criticism of others in the class. Note: Bring a notebook journal to each class session. Course: 14866 Section A: Jul 2-30 CE North Building Lynne Hinton

$95 For: 5 sessions T 6:00pm-8:00pm

Opening Up: Writing For Healing NEW Learn how to reduce stress, handle difficult situations and feel more in control of your life. Research has shown that writing about trauma clears the mind, improves health and supports healing, and it doesn’t matter if anyone else ever reads what you write. In a safe, supportive environment, we will explore simple writing techniques you can do at home that have been shown to enhance well-being and assist in coping with stressful situations, such as illness, injury, divorce, and job loss. Taught by Carol March, MA, a published writer and life transition coach who specializes in helping people find new directions and achieve their goals. Bring a notebook to class and be prepared to write. All writing will be kept confidential. Course: 14868 Section A: Jul 9 CE South Building Carol March, MA

$59 For: 1 session T 1:00pm-5:00pm

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Writing for Growth and Discovery NEW You don’t need to be an artist to practice creativity. In this overview of writing for non-writers, you will learn how to show up and listen for the voice within that knows who you are. Whether you are drawn to writing to access your inner wisdom, to reflect on our life, to leave a memoir for your family, or to experiment with telling a story in poetry or fiction, this course will provide information and exercises to get you started. No preparation required. Just show up with a notebook and pen to learn a simple method of tapping into your creative self. Taught by Carol March, MA, a published writer and life transition coach who specializes in helping people find new directions and achieve their goals. Course: 14869 Section A: Jul 23 CE South Building Carol March, MA

$59 For: 1 session T 1:00pm-5:00pm

Journal Writing For Creativity and More Experience tapping into inner aspects of yourself, perhaps depths of which you have not been aware. In the process you can work though troubled situations—past, present and future, solve problems and develop your creativity. You will be surprised about the multiple ways to use a journal and its tremendous value. There will be at least two writing exercises for each class. Because of limited time, the instructor will share more ways to use your journal. Bring a notebook and a pen. Feel free to bring colored pens. Course: 14871 Section A: Jun 18-Jul 2 CE South Building Rita Herther, MA

$75 For: 3 sessions T 10:30am-1:00pm

Course: 14873 Section A: Jul 2-23 CE South Building Lynne Hinton

$85 For: 4 sessions T 10:00am-11:30am

Course: 14889 Section A: Aug 3 CE North Building Tom Bird, author of 24 books

$99 For: 1 session Sa 11:30am-2:30pm

Write Your Book in a Weekend! Yes, that is right—you can write your book in a weekend. As best-selling author Tom Bird has shown through his retreats, classes and writings, doing so is more than probable - it is possible. In fact, 100% of those attending Bird’s Write Your Publishable Book Weekend Retreats in 2012, completed the writing of their books in—you guessed it—a weekend. When students follow Tom Bird’s training on how to connect to their own personal authors within their books literally began to pour out of them like water. Experienced authors will learn a new way to approach the writing of their books and, as a result, not only substantially quicken their processes in regard to writing a book but substantially upping the expressive quality of their end result. Newbies will learn how to write a book and how to do so in the fastest, most efficient and expressive way possible. Class size is limited for this course and Bird makes very few visits to the area. So if you want to learn how to write your book in the quickest, most professional and creatively enlightened way possible, sign up soon. Course: 14891 Section A: Aug 3 CE North Building Tom Bird, author of 24 books

$99 For: 1 session Sa 8:00am-11:00am

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Writing as a Spiritual Practice NEW Using nonfiction essays and poetry, this is an opportunity to consider the ordinary events of life as sacred moments. There will be time for group writing activities as well as the opportunity to complete individual writing assignments.

Publish Your Book Now, Publish Profitably Who among us doesn’t have a need to be heard, to leave what we have to say and share in a tangible form, to have our books published. In the natural follow up to Write Your Book in a Weekend, this one-of-a-kindcourse takes you on an exciting journey into modern day book publishing, and all of the opportunities it offers authors, new as well as proven. If you have never published a book, this course if for you. For it will show you how to achieve ultimate literary success right out of the gate. If you are already a published author, this course will offer you a step-by-step plan for substantially upgrading your approach to book publishing and, as a result, offering you greater, joy, freedom, success and wealth. As with Bird’s offering preceding this one, space is limited. So it is strongly suggested that you register immediately.

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Elements of Writing NEW This class is intended for those new to the writing process as well as experienced writers seeking new strategies. Review the basic elements of writing--the small and large building blocks of written composition: words, sentences, paragraphs, coherence, and unity. We will discuss the writing process of prewriting, writing, and revising, the ins and outs of invention and organization, of choosing a topic, targeting an audience, and structuring effective patterns of written discourse. Course: 14893 Section A: Jun 3-24 CE South Building Robert F. Gish, Ph.D

$75 For: 4 sessions M 6:00pm-8:00pm

Introduction to Novel Writing You’ve come up with the plot. You’ve developed your characters. The themes swirl in your head - but you’ve either gotten bogged down, or you’ve only written enough to know that you’re lost in a forest. Rather than be intimidated, forge your way through it with a guide who can help you. This six-week course will encourage you to launch into or continue and finish a novel. You’ll get help with structure, plot, narrative, and the tricks not only for constructing a book, but also for ways to navigate the immensity of such a long work. Using various guided exercises, discussing the novels we love and free writing time, we’ll examine issues for character, style, tone, voice, POV choices, and more as well as plenty of actual writing time to keep you going! Optional Text: Bird by Bird, Knopf-Doubleday by Anne Lamott.

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Course: 14894 Section A: Jun 17-Jul 22 CE South Building Marlene Leach

$95 For: 6 sessions M 6:30pm-8:30pm

Query Letter Workshop NEW That novel or non-fiction book is partially or fully complete. You are ready to start pitching it to agents or publishers. But now comes the hard part. A compelling synopsis and query letter. This will be the first they hear of your manuscript and it will either get you in the door or have that door slammed shut. The goal of this workshop is to send you out the door with a synopsis and cover letter that can be mailed the next day. As such I advise everyone to bring in a rough draft of a query letter and a synopsisof your book. Bring copies for the class. We will critique them, help you smooth out the rough edges as well as provide you with examples of synopses’ that have worked. After lunch, we will tackle query letters, same format. Presentation of the basic components of a query letter, group critique, revising each one until we have a product that you, as a writer, feel confident about. Course: 14897 Section A: Jul 13 CE South Building Marlene Leach

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$75 For: 1 session Sa 9:00am-3:00pm

Finding Your Voice & Expanding Imagination The act of writing can open new windows of vision. Through a combination of free writing, imaginative exercises, and analysis of specific literary works, we may be able to clarify thoughts, emotions, and memories which have been tangled or supressed as well as expand our imagination. We can have fun exploring new ways of expression and tap into what is unique and powerful within us. Course: 14898 Section A: Jun 18-25 CE South Building Maria Espinosa

$75 For: 2 sessions T 1:00pm-3:00pm

Health & Fitness UNM Employees: You may use your tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Health and Fitness. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Yoga Fusion NEW Yoga fusion is a blended workout based on the principals of Yoga and Pilates. It is a low impact, yet high energy workout that will improve your balance, strength and flexibility as well as burn calories, promote weight loss and visibly improve muscle tone with regular practice. Yoga fusion is a wonderfully dynamic and endlessly variable workout that is suitable for all fitness levels. Course: 06440 Section A: Jul 10-Aug 2 Snap Fitness DeAnna Dimmitt

$75 For: 8 sessions WF 9:00am-10:00am

Cardio-Core Interval Training NEW Are you at a plateau in your exercise regimen? Need something fast and effective? Aside from burning major body fat and increasing your metabolism, Cardio-Core Interval Training can help you improve cardiovascular fitness, anaerobic endurance, and muscle strength, while making you strong, fit and feeling great! This class will use the Tabata protocol which is 8 exercises at 20 seconds each, at all out intensity, followed by a 10 second rest between each exercise. After completion of one set there is a 2 minute rest. This sequence is repeated 4 times for a total of 20 minutes. After completion, there is a cool down followed by core work. Join us for 6 weeks of fun and effective Interval Training! Course: 06441 $125 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 11 TTh 9:30am-10:30am Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. CE North Building Karen Denham, NSCA-CPT Celina Baca, NSCA-CPT

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Headaches, Insomnia Yoga Workshop NEW This workshop will provide you with easy, practical tools to identify the triggers which cause you misery and rob you of the quality of life you deserve. You will learn step by step how to free up the blocked energy, manipulating the energy gates related to head, neck, shoulders and the back. Join us for an afternoon of self-empowerment, self healing and deep rest. No prior experience in yoga is needed. Please bring with you one hand towel, one wash cloth and one knee high sock. All other props and the sequence is provided for you. Course: 06447 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 14 Su 2:00pm-5:00pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Zoreh Afsar Yoga: Sunrise Practice Wake up the body and start our day feeling centered and energized. Ease into the practice by going inward, conecting with the breath; gently lengthening the spine, warming up the muscles and opening the joints. Build energy, strength and stamina while exploring healthy alignment in standing poses. Expand the body and reverse gravity through a safe and accessible introuduction to easy back bends and inversions. Surrender to a well-earned full relaxation pose at the end of each class and leave ready to start your day! Beginners welcome! Course: 06449 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 7-Jul 26 F 6:45am-8:15am High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Supriti

Gentle Yoga Have you ever been intimidated by yoga? Don’t be again. Come join us on the Westside practicing gentle poses to increase balance, flexibility, and fitness. Go at your own pace in a comfortable, nurturing atmosphere. Please bring a mat, water and blanket. Course: 06451 $55 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 8-29 Sa 9:30am-10:30am Section B: Jul 6-27 Sa 9:30am-10:30am Both sections: Unity Church of Albuquerque & Rio Rancho Carleen Rocks, RYT Yoga Basics: The Fundamentals A thorough introduction for the student new to Yoga. Preparatory and primary poses will be introduced with a focus on building strength, flexibility, balance and bodily awareness. Yoga terminology, plus the use of props is explained and time is allowed for questions. The pace and approach of the class is mindful and gentle. By the end of this course, the student is ready to enter Level One Yoga classes with confidence. Course: 06453 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 11:30am-12:45pm William Ancker Section B: Jun 7-Jul 26 F 10:00am-11:15am Julie Pacheco Section C: Jun 9-Jul 28 Su 1:30pm-2:45pm William Ancker Section D: Jun 7-Jul 26 F 10:00am-11:15am Julie Pacheco All sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill

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Yoga for the Rest of Us Take a deep breath. Close your eyes and take another. Try one more, in through your nose, out through your mouth. Do you feel refreshed? That energy that revitalizes us when we’ve done well for our bodies, and the accompanying peace it brings, is the essence of yoga. And lucky for you, if you can breathe, you can do yoga. Yoga is for everybody. Whether you are new to yoga, have practiced before, or practice now take this time for yourself to de-stress, energize, and lose weight, in this gentle relaxing yoga experience. All levels welcome. Gloria currently holds a 500-hour yoga certification with Yoga Alliance and Kripalu Yoga Center. She is known for the intuition, empathy and compassion she brings to her role as a yoga instructor, and is especially gifted in working with beginners.

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Course: 06450 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 10-Jul 29 M 12:00pm-1:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher

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Yin Yoga This is a slow paced practice where we explore and hold postures longer, which allows for deeper release of soft tissue. This style of practice gives you a chance to tune in to yourself, your body, and each moment more. From this place you can learn to listen and notice what your body is telling you, what it needs, where it’s stuck, and how to help it find more ease, more peace, and well-being. Happy body, tranquil mind, happy life. Course: 06454 Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 Katja Lauterstein Section B: Jun 6-Jul 25 Sara Davidson Both sections: High Desert

$95 For: 8 sessions W 7:00pm-8:15pm Th 11:15am-12:45pm Yoga - Nob Hill

Qigong While standing or sitting, relax with deep breaths to a guided movement meditation. Spanda Bhavani facilitates this class with vivid images of subtle universal energy moving through you and shared with all beings. She has 30 years of experience teaching meditation and self-healing from many traditions. Research has proven the mental and physical benefits of body-mind practice. All faiths included. Beginners welcome.

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Course: 06456 $80 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 12-Jul 31 W 1:00pm-1:45pm Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village Spanda Bhavani, ERYT Yoga: Harmony in Body & Mind (Iyengar style) Experience the vitality and relaxation that result from the practice of Yoga. This series of classes will offer a creative approach to the basic Yoga asanas (poses) exploring the interplay between body, breath, and mind. Benefits include increased strength and stability, greater vitality and freedom from limitations in body and mind. Classes are appropriate for beginners and continuing students and are taught in the Iyengar style—combining precise alignment and modifications for individual needs with lightness and humor. Course: 06459 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 Th 9:30am-11:00am Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Section B: Jun 3-Jul 22 M 6:00pm-7:30pm Both sections: Wellspring Center for Yoga Herb McDonald, Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor

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Yoga for Women Treat yourself to an afternoon yoga practice in a safe, supportive, fun group of other women. Discover how to connect and move with the breath to deepen your awareness and go inward-calming your body and mind. Nurture yourself on every level via a focused, in-depth yoga practice, learning alignment and anatomy. Find your inner strength, flexibility and move beyond perceived limitations and fears. Discover how props can make poses comfortable and accessible for everyone. Learn specific asanas of particular benefit for nurturing women’s bodies. Leave the class relaxed and reenergized with plenty of time to enjoy your evening. Women of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. Join us and remember the joy of being alive in your body! Course: 06460 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 W 4:00pm-5:30pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Jude Rowe Yoga For Folks Over Fifty It’s never too late and you are not too old or stiff to begin to explore the wonders and benefits of Yoga practice. This series of classes will be geared to the older beginner. If you are dealing with painful knees or feet, arthritis, osteoporosis, issues of balance or the proverbial midlife crisis, you will discover how to use commonly available props and postures to help alleviate these conditions and begin to reverse the aging process. So if you are 50+ or merely feel like you’ve lived half a century, open up to the best years of your life with Yoga! Note: Not a medical class—call instructor to discuss any serious condition before signing up. Free Osher Membership with this class. Course: 06461 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 Th 4:00pm-5:15pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Judy Mortellaro Restorative Yoga Using fully supported, long-held yoga postures combined with guided relaxation, we will explore the inner universe of the mind and body. Restorative yoga can be used to help heal, let go of emotions, release the nervous system, nourish the inner organs, calm the mind, reduce anxiety and insomnia, and induce a meditative state. This class is beneficial for those with physical challenges as well as seasoned students wanting to deepen their inner experience of yoga. Course: 06463 $210 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Th 6:00pm-7:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. New Heart Center for Wellness Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor

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Yoga for Back Care Much of our back stress arises from our sedentary lifestyles. Do you drive or sit for hours on end? Or perhaps you have a strenuous workload. Yoga postures provide the perfect antidote for weak or weary backs. Strengthening and extending the back muscles enhances alignment, which results in greater stability while gentle twists and supported forward bends lengthen shortened muscles. Mobilizing the shoulder girdle and softening around the heart allows you to breath more deeply and further releases you from the grip of tension. Join us for an exploration of the spine and the muscles that hold us up, not back! Note: If you have any existing medical condition, you must provide physician approval to take this class. Course: 06464 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 22 M 4:00pm-5:15pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Supriti Mother Infant Yoga Rediscover your body and connect with your baby through yoga! In this class we will focus on yoga poses that help the body recover from childbirth, and specifically address the day-to-day needs of new mothers. We will learn how to open and relieve aching shoulders and backs, how to strengthen core abdominal muscles and restore tone to the pelvic floor, and how to rejuvenate ourselves after meeting the demands of a new baby. We will also learn how to incorporate baby into our yoga practice while engaging in movement, breath and meditation practices. We’ll take some time just for baby—exploring developmentally appropriate movement, basic baby massage, and play, play, play! This class is appropriate for non-mobile babies from six weeks to approximately one year.

Course: 06466 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 7:00am-8:30am Section B: Jun 5-Jul 24 W 9:00am-10:30am High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Guru Simran Singh Khalsa

Mindful Flow Find your unique flow. Be fully present and inhabit your body while finding a fluidness to your movement through yoga postures. Discover a balance between effort and ease. It’s preferable to have a basic knowledge of asana (poses) for this class. As we become more aware and awaken our bodies, we become more aware and awake in our lives. Course: 06472 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 7:45am-9:00am High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Tim Butler Yoga for Lunch Yoga during your lunch hour is an invigorating way to restore energy, calm your mind and eliminate those afternoon blahs. A mixture of yoga styles is used to combine strengthening with relaxation. This class will bring peace, positivity and help people slow down and find calm power. Course: 06474 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 W 12:15pm-1:15pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Niki Feldman

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Kundalini Yoga All levels welcome. Feel the magic of tapping into your own eternal flow of power. Kundalini Yoga is designed to give you a ‘hands-on’ experience of your highest conciousness. It teaches a method by which you can achieve the sacred purpose of your life. Work with breath, postures and movement. Experience self-healing, a stronger nervous system, manage your moods, balance your chakras and increase your flexability. This is Kundalini as taught by Yogi Bhajan.

Course: 06470 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 10-Jul 29 M 7:15pm-8:30pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Heatherlee Farrell

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Course: 06465 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 W 10:45am-11:45am High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Emily Stein

Athletes! Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation Most of our athletic activities involve one-dimensional or repetitive movements that overtax certain muscle groups while underutilizing others. Even though an athlete is strong, there will exist instability, imbalance and tightness in muscles and joints. When a yoga program is integrated into training, these issues are addressed resulting in greater ease, less injury and improved performance. This yoga class will help you build endurance, strength, flexibility, increase mobility, stabilization and alignment in joints, and improve lung capacity. This class will also deepen your mind-body connection.


Pilates: Reformer Learn a contemporary approach to the Reformer exercise repertoire created by Joseph H. Pilates. The exercises in this course are designed to improve posture, body awareness, core strength and stability. All exercises will be performed in a controlled manner and with proper breathing techniques in order to emphasize the mind-body connection. If you have a health condition you must bring a physician’s approval. This class is limited to five students. Course: 06475 $325 For: 10 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Aug 5 M 5:30pm-7:00pm Stephanie Wilson Section B: Jun 5-Aug 7 W 6:30pm-8:30pm Katie Barnes Section C: Jun 7-Aug 9 F 5:30pm-7:00pm Stephanie Wilson Section D: Jun 8-Aug 10 Sa 2:30pm-4:00pm Stephanie Wilson Section E: Jun 9-Aug 11 Su 2:30pm-4:00pm Stephanie Wilson All sections: Shedden Pilates

Course: 06476 $300 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 4-27 TTh 2:00pm-3:30pm Section B: Jun 18-Jul 16 TTh 7:30pm-9:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Section C: Jul 18-Aug 13 TTh 2:00pm-3:30pm All sections: Shedden Pilates Mariana Shedden, PhD

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Pilates: Reformer Learn a contemporary approach to the Reformer exercise repertoire created by Joseph H. Pilates. The exercises in this course are designed to improve posture, body awareness, core strength and stability. All exercises will be performed in a controlled manner and with proper breathing techniques in order to emphasize the mind-body connection. If you have a health condition you must bring a physician’s approval. This class is limited to five students.

Fitness Boxing Discover your personal power, to have fun, and to get a great aerobic workout. Why boxing? Boxing training deals with the body in an integrated way that involves balance, strength, timing, and flexibility. In a world that often feels chaotic, boxing training lets you assert your will in a safe environment. It also promotes emotional calm because it’s such a great stress reliever. Reap the benefits of boxing exercise without getting hit or hurt. Get in shape and have fun while you learn the basics of punching, foot work and working out with the bags. Bring gym clothes and towel. You can purchase your own boxing gloves and professional hand wraps for women and men at the school. Tony Rosales has over 30 years of boxing and training experience, as well as being a certified Professional Boxing Referee. Course: 06477 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Aug 8 Th 6:00pm-7:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy Tony Rosales Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing Learn how to kickbox and punch and get a great workout at the same time! You will develop self-confidence as you learn essential kickboxing techniques in a supportive, safe class environment. We will train with heavy bags, speed bags and kickboxing pads. This may be the most fun workout you’ve ever tried. Come on time to wrap your hands and warm up. Bring gym clothes and towel. You can purchase your own boxing gloves and professional hand wraps for women and men at the school. Tony Rosales has over 30 years of martial arts and kick boxing experience; and holds the rank of Professor Eighth Degree Black Belt; as well as being the New Mexico representative for the International Kickboxing Federation, the MTA and WKA. Course: 06478 $110 For: 10 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Aug 13 T 6:00pm-7:00pm Rosales Karate & Kickboxing Academy Tony Rosales

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The Nia Technique The Nia Technique is a fun, energetic holistic program that provides fitness for the body, the mind, the emotions and the spirit. It is a blend of martial arts, dance arts and body integration therapies (Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, Jazz, Modern Dance, Duncan Dance, Yoga, Alexander Technique, and Feldenkrais). Done in bare feet, our dance relaxes the body and increases strength, stamina, and flexibility. Simple choreography and beautiful music encourage new ways of moving that allow for creativity and self-expression. Visualization and focus on sensation create grace and greater selfawareness. Nia is adaptable for any fitness level. Come experience the joy and pleasure of movement. Course: 06483 $95 For: 10 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Aug 5 M 5:30pm-6:30pm Healing Gate Section B: Jun 5-Jul 24 W 6:00pm-7:00pm UNM Center For Life Both sections: Kathleen Fuchs, BA is a certified NIA Instructor Alternative Methods to Strength Training Looking to get fit? Shed those extra pounds, have a great time and meet new people? This class is for you! Boost your metabolism and loose fat and inches while gaining an understanding of your body. Learn how to utilize a large variety of equipment such as: TRX, free weights, medicine balls, tires, ropes, body weight exercises, ViPR tubes and Tabata protocols to get you into the best shape of your life! In addition to the two 60 minutes group classes (boot camp style) per week, you will be given nutritional tips, and your percentage of body fat will be taken. Wear workout attire; bring a water bottle, and a small towel. This class is for all fitness levels sign up early class size is limited.

Course: 06487 $90 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 15-22 Sa 12:00pm-3:00pm T’ai Chi Chih Center Carmen Brocklehurst, Accredited T’ai Chi Chih Instructor Weight Lifting for Women Specifically for women, this popular class began in 1993. This beginning course emphasizes using proper weight lifting techniques and focuses on muscle toning using light to moderate weights. Basic anatomy and different types of strength training will be consistently noted. Enrollment is limited to 12 students to insure individual attention. It is designed for healthy women with no apparent physical limitations or medical needs. Reserve your spot today. Course: 06495 $155 For: 15 sessions Section A: Jul 2-Aug 3 TThSa 9:00am-11:00am Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Mike’s Iron Gym Joseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Owner of One on One Fitness

Course: 06496 $155 For: 15 sessions Section A: Jul 1-Aug 2 MWF 9:00am-11:00am Mike’s Iron Gym Joseph Behrend, Certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Owner of One on One Fitness

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Weight Lifting for Seniors This introductory course in weight lifting is held specifically for seniors with little or no prior lifting experience. Several studies have illustrated the importance of developing and maintaining strength for senior citizens in particular. Class participants will be shown proper weight lifting techniques using light to moderate weights based on individual strength. Women and men ages 55 plus are welcome! Enrollment is limited to 12 seniors with no serious health complications. Reserve your spot today! Note: Free Osher Membership with this class.

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Course: 06484 $125 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 11 TTh 6:00pm-7:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Section B: Jul 16-Aug 22 TTh 6:00pm-7:00pm Both sections: JCC of Albuquerque Celina Baca, NSCA-CPT Karen Denham, NSCA-CPT

T’ai Chi Chih®: Beginning T’ai Chi Chih®­–Serenity in Activity, is a series of 19 movements and one pose which were originated by the T’ai Chi Master, Justin Stone. The new technique, T’ai Chi Chih, does not have the martial arts, self defense influence. T’ai Chi Chih can be easily learned in a short period, with benefits usually beginning from the first class. The purpose of T’ai Chi Chih is to circulate the vital force and balance the Yin-Yang of this Intrinsic Energy. The practitioner usually becomes relaxed, as well as energized, in a gentle manner. As the individual becomes calm and balanced, a new understanding and perspective are formed, decisions are easier to make, and a new relationship to life is established. Greater longevity is a definite goal of such Chi Kung (balancing of the Chi) activity. T’ai Chi Chih is beautiful, joyous, and easy to learn. It is known as joy thru movement. Only 10 movements will be taught.


T’ai Chi Ch’uan—Traditional Yang Style Long Form: Beginners In this course you will learn the First Section of the traditional Yang Style: 108 movement Long Form of T’ai Chi Ch’uan, the most widely practiced form of T’ai Chi in the world. Regular practice of T’ai Chi Ch’uan has many documented health benefits, including stress reduction, enhanced body awareness, improved balance and lower body strength, and relief of certain knee conditions. T’ai Chi can also serve as a form of moving meditation. After many years of study it can become an intensely powerful internal form of Kung Fu for the truly dedicated practitioner. Special emphasis is placed on: methods of improving balance skills, identification and release of areas of tension within the body, and eliminating habits which can cause stress to the knee and lower back. Virginia Huettig has been studying Traditional Yang Family Style T’ai Chi Ch’uan for 16 years and has been teaching it for 10 years. Course: 06497 Section A: Jun 4-Jul 9 CE North Building Virginia Huettig

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Course: 06499 $125 For: 14 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 20 WSa 12:00pm-1:00pm Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village Anne Schroeder

Course: 06514 $210 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 23 T 6:00pm-7:30pm New Heart Center for Wellness Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor Yoga Basics 101 This is a great opportunity for those who are complete beginners to yoga to prepare to enter a mixed level class. These are also excellent classes for those getting back to yoga after an extended absence or those wanting to deepen their understanding of the basic principles of alignment and anatomy in their current practice. This offers an opportunity for students with manageable physical issues to experience classes dedicated to the basics and a more easily accessible yoga practice. Course: 06515 $85 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 22-Jul 27 Sa 2:15pm-3:45pm New Heart Center for Wellness Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor Alignment and Flow Yoga This yoga class explores alignment principles in the asanas (poses) and the combining of these asanas into a creatively sequenced flow. The pace is challenging yet comfortable with an emphasis on breathing techniques and the meditative aspects of yoga. Students of all levels will be encouraged to explore their edge safely. This inspiring practice will leave you with increased flexibility, strength, coordination, concentration and inner calm. Course: 06516 $210 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 10:30am-12:00pm New Heart Center for Wellness Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor

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Matwork for Seniors Increase your core strength, balance, and flexibility, have better circulation and respiration while still having fun! The classes are designed for people new or returning to exercise. Bands, weights, light balls, medicine balls and stability balls will be used. All equipment provided. The instructor is certified with the American Council on Exercise, the Arthritis Foundation and the United States Water Fitness Association, as well as CPR trained. She has experience training people with chronic conditions. Please bring your doctor’s name and fax number to the first class. Note: Free Osher Membership with this class.

Yoga Core Flow This class is an energizing and strengthening experience your body will appreciate. We will focus on Yoga poses that strengthen deep abdominal and upper back muscles while developing pelvic floor stability. Precise postural alignment will be taught and you will be encouraged to find your intelligent edge. We will gradually develop the ability to combine yoga poses with the breath in a flowing practice. With imaginative sequencing and inspiring music as the backdrop for this practice, students of all levels can safely develop core strength, balance and improve their overall sense of well-being.

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Yoga for Chronic Conditions “But I can’t get up off the floor,” we hear you say, or, “It hurts my knees.” With over 25 years experience in teaching yoga to people of all abilities, the instructor of this class says: “Let’s explore.” There are three large therapy platforms and several smaller options for those who are not comfortable on a floor mat. There is a ballet bar for stability in standing poses—and just wait till you see what we do with a chair! Your expertise is your body’s limitations. We experiment to find the best variation and sequencing of poses for your body. Bring an open mind and we’ll see what we can accomplish with patience and persistence. Please bring your doctor’s name & fax number to the first session. Course: 06517 $110 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 9 T 12:00pm-12:45pm Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village Spanda Bhavani, ERYT Aging Gracefully wtih Yoga Gravity and pressures of daily life make a deep inpression on our inner body and our physical form. Reversing the blood flow in gentle but effective ways, can reverse the chronic downward pull, inviting vibrant health to the entire system. We will use the aid of props and wall hanging ropes to make poses accessible in a safe way. The theraputic effect of practicing inversiona are many. The entire organic body will benefit from it. Meditation will offered in each class to bring calm and clarity to mind. Course: 06518 $110 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 22 M 9:30am-11:00am High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Zoreh Afsar

Level 2 Yoga This Iyengar inspired yoga practice takes you on a journey of stability, alignment, strength, and mobility, with intelligent awareness and full breath. Geared for students ready to move beyond the basics, we will explore backbends, inversions, deep forward bends, arm balances, and more. Course: 06526 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 22 M 10:30am-12:00pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Avery Janeczek Kalapa

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Course: 06520 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 W 6:00pm-7:15pm 1st Congregational Church Gloria Drayer, Certified Yoga Teacher

Course: 06523 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 11:00am-12:30pm Emily Stein Section B: Jun 11-Jul 30 T 5:30pm-7:00pm Heatherlee Farrell Section C: Jun 6-Jul 25 Th 10:00am-11:30am Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Avery Janeczek Kalapa All sections: High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill

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Yoga for Weight Loss Losing weight has a lot of components. The principals of yoga can re-shape our minds along with our bodies; and change how we see and treat ourselves. In this practice, the yoga poses support the body in weight loss; and as the practice continues, the mind’s attitude about the body. As anyone who has ever worked at losing weight knows, the effort is as much in the mind as it is in the body. Gloria Drayer will lead you through yoga poses to help strengthen the body. Learn the techniques of mindful eating and mediation to encourage love of the body and mind.

Prenatal Yoga Yoga is an excellent way to prepare your mind, body, and spirit for childbirth. The concentration, focus, breathing techniques, and strength required for childbirth are all essential elements of yoga. You will practice yoga poses to build strength, endurance and flexibility while decreasing the aches, pains and discomforts of pregnancy. Poses to strengthen the uterus and pelvic muscles will be taught. Relaxation techniques, along with the use of breath and sound, will offer you powerful support during your pregnancy.

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Introduction to Senior Strength and Balance Training Enjoy a casual yet focused workout. Learn the importance of maintaining muscle mass to age gracefully and remain independent. This class is designed for those new or returning to exercise. Practice simple routines for your major muscle groups. Discover adjustments to have a pain-free workout. The instructor is certified as a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor by the American Council on Exercise. She has experience training people with chronic conditions. Please bring your doctor’s name and fax number to the first class. Note: Register for this class and receive a free Osher Membership. Course: 06531 $125 For: 17 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 30 TTh 10:30am-11:30am Good Samaritan Society Manzano del Sol Village Anne Schroeder Salsaerobics If you enjoy Latin music, this is the exercise class for you! Lose weight and get in shape as you exercise to the Latin beat. Learn basic Latin dance steps such as salsa, cumbia, cha cha, mambo, merengue, and more. This class will start at a beginning level, gradually increasing to a higher fitness level. Come and enjoy aerobics -Latin style! Wear comfortable clothing and good aerobic shoes.

Tennis: Beginning Learn to execute the forehand, backhand, serve, volley, overhead and lob. Sound techniques of these shots will be emphasized. Time will be devoted to players having a great understanding of tennis rules and method of scoring. Match play will also be instituted to develop these skills in a real setting. Students need to bring two cans of pressurized new balls, Dunlop tennis balls preferred. Course: 10688 Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 UNM Main Campus Scott Leonard

$90 For: 8 sessions Sa 8:00am-10:00am

Course: 10689 Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 UNM Main Campus Robert Ziock

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Salud y Movimiento: Yoga Para Mujeres NEW ¡Bienvenida! All Women Welcome! Usted como mujer necesita varias maneras de poder relajarse del trabajo y del estrés. Disfrutará de un ambiente donde puede compartir con otras mujeres un espacio tranquilo, cómodo, y acogedor—dedicado a la salud y al bienestar. Con gracia y música, vamos a estirar y mover el cuerpo, eliminar toxinas y grasa, soltar y fortalecer los músculos tensos, equilibrar el sistema nervioso, y levantar el ánimo. Se van a practicar posturas integrales de yoga y ejercicios buenos para entrar en forma. Se va a dar la clase en español (The class will be taught in Spanish.). Course: 06448 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 23 T 7:15pm-8:15pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Cynthia Casas Stretch/Strength/Total Fitness! This is a class for everyone that promotes total wellness in body and mind. The focus is on progressive stretching, strengthening and relaxation exercises which are designed to increase individual, overall fitness. This combination will condition the body and release unwanted tension and energy blockages in the body. Students will learn how to use their natural breathing rhythms to increase their range and strength of motion, while reducing stress. Both men and women of all ages will benefit from this workshop. Bring a mat or something to sit on. Course: 06485 Section A: Jun 4-Jul 12 CE North Building Joan Gonwa, MA, CMA

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Course: 10684 $95 For: 16 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 24 MW 5:30pm-6:30pm Section B: Jun 4-Jul 25 TTh 5:30pm-6:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Section C: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 9:00am-10:00am All sections: Baila! Baila! Dance Studio Baila Baila Staff

Tennis: Intermediate Go beyond the basic stroke development. We will review ground strokes and then proceed to develop shots such as the lob, volley, overhead, serves, and return of serves. It is important to learn and practice these strokes, so the course will also include match play. Bring two cans of NEW tennis balls, racquet, tennis shoes, and a container of water.

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Relaxation UNM Employees: You may use your tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Relaxation. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Introduction to Reiki Reiki is vital energy and an easily learned healing art. Anyone can use Reiki for self and others. It provides relief during childbirth or chemotherapy, in hospice, post-surgically and other times of suffering. It relieves stress, insominia, fatigue and pain and accelerates healing of body, mind and spirit. In this introductory class you learn about Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki, its history, levels of training and practical applications. You can experience the Reiki touch, have your questions answered, and develop a basis for deciding whether or not to pursue Reiki treatment or training. Elizabeth Valsala has practiced Reiki for 25 years and has been a full-time Reiki Master since 1991. Course: 06469 $40 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 15 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm CE South Building Elizabeth Valsala, BA, Reiki Master

Course: 06479 $210 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 12:30pm-2:00pm New Heart Center for Wellness Patsy Gaetano, Yoga Instructor

Course: 06482 Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 Rosalind Womack Section B: Jun 9-Jul 28 Avery Janeczek Kalapa Both sections: High Desert

$105 For: 8 sessions Th 6:45pm-8:15pm Su 11:30am-1:00pm Yoga - Nob Hill

Therapeutic Massage Do you enjoy a great back rub? Do you know the many health and wellness benefits of purposeful touch? Join us and experience the amazing world of massage therapy in this one day hands-on class. Learn to give (and receive) professional style, relaxing massages; get “insider” tips about massage and bodywork techniques, equipment, careers and more! Register with your spouse, partner or a friend today! Note: A materials fee of $15 will be collected for drapes, oil/cream, and a face cradle cover. Course: 06489 Section A: Jun 8 Crystal Mountain David Fletcher

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Course: 06492 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 2 Su 2:00pm-5:00pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Cindy Wagner MS, RPE, RPP

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Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique-Connecting to Inner Peace & Joy The Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique (IAM Technique) is a short and simple approach to meditation that anyone can learn, taking only 20 minutes per day to practice. The IAM Technique is a powerful way to reconnect with one’s real center, one’s inner Self, and thereby experience true joy and peace in life. The Technique is designed to bring about integration in one’s life and integration of body, mind, intellect and heart. The IAM Technique was developed by the world-renowned humanitarian and spiritual leader from India, Mata Amritanandamayi, also known as Amma, the hugging saint. This workshop, taught by certified instructors, includes simple, yoga-based relaxation and breathing exercises, followed by a guided seated meditation. Dress appropriately for doing light stretching exercises.

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Yoga Nidra: Deep Relaxation Yoga Nidra translates as yogic, or conscious sleep. This refers to the state of deep relaxation that is achieved through a variety of yogic guided practices. Settling into a relaxing reclining position, after a few gentle stretching poses, you will be led thru guided meditations and breathing practices. Lying still for most of the class, we’ll also practice rotation of body awareness, which stimulates different parts of the brain, helping to strengthen the mind-body connection. Practicing these techniques takes one to the same state as experienced in deep sleep, the delta state. It is believed that one hour of effective Yoga Nidra is equivalent to 3-4 hours of sleep. Yoga experience is helpful, but the class is suitable for all who can comfortably lie still for 30-40 minutes in a supported reclining position.

Yoga: Restore and Renew This restorative yoga class is designed to give you a peaceful vacation from your busy life. Those who suffer from stress, insomnia, chronic pain, lack of energy, depression, recent surgery or injuries could benefit greatly from this class. We will practice simple breath awareness in supported yoga poses to release deep tension. As the layers of tension dissolve, one feels refreshed, renewed and balanced. As the body learns deep relaxation, the mind starts to focus and become more clear and still. Join us to nourish and nurture your body, mind and spirit.


Guided Meditation This course will focus on learning techniques for deepening our awareness of the present moment, management of our negative emotions, and how to fit meditation into our busy lives. Includes readings, recordings, guided meditations, and discussion. Students will need to purchase a required text for this class. Title: Wherever You Go, There You Are. Please read text before the first day of class. Course: 06493 $75 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 11-18 T 7:00pm-9:00pm Segara Residence in NE Area Diana Segara, MA Beginning Meditation NEW Meditation is a wonderful tool for living. There are many, many forms of meditation in our world. These classes will introduce students to a contemplative practice. I learned one Eastern meditation practice in 1993, in Atlanta, Georgia and a Western meditation practice in 2009, here in Albuquerque, NM. Both are contemplative. From my practice and study, I have found these two forms very, very similar in thought, actual practice and benefits. I will share my experience with both practices so you can learn one of them and have meditation sessions, sometimes called sits, for 20 minutes during each class. There will be literature for reference and additional information. During each class we will have time for discussion and questions.

Family Yoga Appropriate for Babies to Grandparents. Beginning with gentle Hatha Yoga, then partner work and games, and ending with guided relaxation and tea. Course: 06507 Section A: Jun 9-Jul 28 Section B: Jun 9-Jul 14 Both sections: High Desert Julie Pacheco

$95 For: 8 sessions Su 10:15am-11:00am Su 10:15am-11:00am Yoga - Nob Hill

Course: 06508 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 13 Sa 8:30am-12:00pm CE South Building Dr. Pamela Cornish, D.O.M. Tame Your Toxic World Every day, we are exposed to more toxins than our grandparents were in a lifetime! Today, 300,000 more chemicals pollute the air than did in the 1970s. The production of GMO foods is rampant. The term “organic” is used loosely. Our water supplies are contaminated. Daily, in my clinic, I see how our electromagnetic energy fields (EEFS) are negatively bombarded by cell phones, computers, microwaves and TVs. What’s the implication? In the 1950s, 1 in 100 people contracted cancer. Now it’s 1 in 2. Learn to both detoxify your body, and to identify the toxins in your home and office. Scan your pantry, kitchen, garage and bathroom cabinets to find the culprits. You will learn ways to create safer environments and enhance your health for the long term. Note: A $5 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 06509 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 8 Sa 8:30am-11:30am CE South Building Dr. Pamela Cornish, D.O.M.

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Course: 06494 $85 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Jul 25 Th 6:00pm-7:15pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester

Anatomy is Art: Sugar—Cocaine Lite Sugar is a drug. Anyone who says otherwise might still be asleep. A plethora of documentary presentations on sugar as a toxic substance have recently appeared in the media. High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is a ubiquitous substance in our food. Check your labels. HFCS lurks where you may least expect it! Cases of obesity and diabetes are ballooning in epidemic proportions in our culture. Overconsumption of sugar acidifies you and literally shortens your life. While monitoring cocaine addicts as research subjects, scientists tracked pleasure centers in the brain which lit up identically— after the research subjects consumed either cocaine or sugar! Sugar is an addictive subtance. What’s a “sweet tooth” to do? Dr. Cornish, natural physician and Doctor of Oriental Medicine, has been in private practice in Albuquerque since 1987. She will share information regarding delightful, healthful and safe sugar substitutes, as well as healthy beverages—which benefit and enliven you more than do sugary sodas and juice drinks. Note: A materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

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Mind Your Mind: Rejuvenate Your Spirit NEW Learn the benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation and the neuroscience on why these techniques are so beneficial. We will use guided imagery for healing, breathing techniques for calming and improving memory, benefits of affirmations, and positive self talk. We will also practice some gentle stretching and yoga for all, so dress to be comfortable and to stretch. Bring a pillow and blanket, as well as a sack lunch, as we will do an Eating Meditation Practice for lunchtime. You will take home a toolbag of techniques to keep you balanced, healthy and at peace. Join K Elizabeth Azar, MA, Professional Counselor and Yoga Instructor. Course: 06512 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 13 Sa 9:00am-3:00pm Dr. Herbert Beatty Chiropractic Kyri Azar

Course: 06519 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 23 T 4:15pm-5:30pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Heather Kazda

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Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face, Shoulders, & Feet Participants will learn relaxing shiatsu techniques designed to reduce headaches, jaw tension, neck and back soreness. Shiatsu foot massage helps the entire body to relax. Easy to follow ‘meridian’ lines will be learned. Locating points of tension and releasing that tension is the focus of this class. No prior knowledge of massage is required. All work will be performed fully clothed. Demonstration of technique will be followed by careful monitoring of participants as they learn. Time will be allocated for questions and adaptations of technique. Course: 06536 Section A: Jul 27 Crystal Mountain Julia Smith

$55 For: 1 session Sa 9:00am-12:00pm

Life Journey Necklace Imagine how your life would look if you were to express it in beads. Enjoy a day in the instructor’s east mountain studio creating a necklace that symbolizes your journey. Guided visualization will connect you with landmark events. In this meditative state, you’ll arrange these events on paper. Choosing the beads to represent them is a leisurely process with time for reflection. Materials and beads from all over the world are supplied. No bead stringing experience is necessary. Sharing your life story deepens the process and is a celebration of your life’s inherent balance—balance which may not have been evident til this point. Bring a lunch. Note: A materials fee of $25 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first class. Course: 04339 $90 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 13 Sa 9:00am-5:00pm McFarland Studio in Sandia Park Beverly McFarland, Multimedia Artist & Herbalist and Accreditied T’ai Chi Chih Instructor

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Yoga: The Body in Emotion This is a safe and mindful class for those who feel as though they have lost “touch” with their bodies and are wishing to reconnect. When we face the most difficult of human experiences - grief, fear, tragedy, illness, lonliness - it is common to lose awareness and sensitivity in our physical beings. The result of this is often a sense of numbness, both physically and emotionally. This class is designed to provide gentle exploration to reawaken body and spirit. Additionally, we will be working with movements and poses designed to regulate the nervous system so that we are able to feel more alive, happy, content and grounded both on and off the yoga mat. The class is appropriate for both beginning and advanced students. Taught by Heather Kazda, LISW and RYT 500. Heather is a trained psychotherapist who works as a social worker with students and families in Albuquerque Public Schools. She has been practicing yoga for 14 years and has been teaching for six. She specializes in utilizing somatic therapy and yoga to help others experience more peace, joy and meaning in daily life.

Yoga for Arthritis Yoga postures can help strengthen your joints, which is crucial as a preventative measure as well as dealing with arthritis. It aids your joints in functioning normally, thus reducing the risk of stiffness. Yoga practice can help regulate the levels of uric acid in the body, the excess of which contributes to arthritis. More importantly, Yoga can lead to an overall healthier lifestyle that can enhance your resistance not only from arthritis but to other sicknesses as well. Gloria will give simple yoga postures that will address arthritis from your head to your toes!


Home & Garden UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Home & Garden. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

You Can Manifest We constantly hear about ways to manifest whatever we want. What works? What doesn’t work? Is there a missing element? Why do affirmations not always work? How can we make them work? All of these questions will be answered. You will learn how you might be sabotaging your success and specific ways to change that. You will learn about two missing elements and how to correct them. Come with an open mind and a desire to learn what truly works. This is an experimental and enjoyable class. $65 For: 3 sessions W 6:30pm-9:00pm

Home Repair: Basic Home repair novices, gain hands-on experience as well as a practical understanding of basic home repair. Learn how to use hand and small power tools, how to select the right materials for the job, how and when to hire help, how to make minor electrical and plumbing repairs, how to patch and repair interior and exterior walls, and how to select and apply paints and stains. Develop the ability to diagnose and solve common repair problems. Note: A $25 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class meeting. Students are encouraged to bring in their own tools and are welcome to bring their home repair problems. Students will be given the opportunity to work with the materials, tools and supplies being discussed each week. Class is limited to 14 students. Course: 07504 Section A: Jun 12-Jul 17 CE North Building Denise Wheeler

Course: 07512 Section A: Jul 2-30 CE South Building Yvette Tovar

$95 For: 5 sessions T 9:00am-11:30am

Herbal Remedy Garden There’s a saying that the herb tea you drink or the herbal bath you take heals you more than once if you have grown the herbs yourself. Whether you have a big backyard or just a small balcony, you can grow the herbs you need to help maintain health and well-being. In this class you receive a wide range of herbal information. Discover the good “weeds” and local herbs, identify what you want to grow, and get information on sources for seeds, roots and gardening help, books and catalogs. See examples in the instructor’s herbal garden and learn how to create your own. Beverly McFarland is a Certified Clinical Herbalist, a graduate of Tieraona Low Dog’s NM Herb Institute and Michael Moore’s SW School of Botanical Medicine. Note: Map will be mailed/emailed prior to the start of class. Course: 07527 $45 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 8 Sa 9:00am-1:00pm McFarland Garden in Sandia Park Beverly McFarland, Multimedia Artist & Herbalist and Accreditied T’ai Chi Chih Instructor

$120 For: 6 sessions W 1:00pm-5:00pm

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Course: 04342 Section A: Jun 19-Jul 3 CE North Building Rita Herther, MA

Landscape Design This course is designed for the homeowner who is considering a landscape project. Whether it is a doit-yourself project, or you plan to hire a contractor to install your design, this class will prepare you for all the phases of installation. There is an emphasis on using native and regionally adapted plants in a manner that creates wonderful outdoor rooms while maintainng a responsible use of water. The class will follow a sequential process to arrive at a landscape design that suits the needs of all family members. It includes information regarding the City of Albuquerque’s water rebate program. Please bring to class the plant catalog from Plants of the Southwest, www.plantsofthesouthwest.com

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Personal Enrichment Courses Aquatics UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all adult classes listed in Aquatics. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Swimming: Level I If you are uncomfortable in the water and cannot swim 50 feet, this course is for you. Basic skills and water safety will be covered with an introduction to deep water. Physician’s written approval requested within first two weeks of class. Students furnish their own swimming suits. Course: 01101 $95 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Aug 1 TTh 6:00pm-7:00pm Note: Class will not meet Jul 2 & 4. Highland High School Pool Jasylyn Shiparski Swimming: Level II This course is designed to improve basic water skills and begin stroke development skills. Deepwater safety skills and swimming will be introduced. Physician’s written approval requested within the first two weeks of class.

Course: 01106 $95 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 22-Jul 27 Sa 8:00am-8:30am Note: Class will not meet Jul 6. Section B: Jun 15-Jul 20 Sa 8:30am-9:00am Note: Class will not meet Jul 6. Both sections: UNM Main Campus-Johnson Center Jasylyn Shiparski Swimming: Parent/Child (ages 3-7 years) Children ages 3-7 years who are comfortable in the water but cannot swim will be exposed to basic swimming skills, such as rhythmic breathing, gliding, beginner stroke, backstroke, and front-crawl. Note: Parents must furnish a written clearance from the child’s physician within the first two weeks of class. Children must provide their own suits and towels. Enrollment is limited to 8 children. Parents are strongly encouraged to be in the water with their child.

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Course: 01107 $95 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 22-Jul 27 Sa 9:00am-9:30am Note: Class will not meet Jul 6. Section B: Jun 22-Jul 27 Sa 9:30am-10:00am Note: Class will not meet Jul 6. Both sections: UNM Main Campus-Johnson Center Jasylyn Shiparski

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Course: 01102 $95 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Aug 1 TTh 6:00pm-7:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 2 & 4. Highland High School Pool Jasylyn Shiparski

Swimming: Parent/Child (ages 6 months-3 years) Parents, learn techniques for teaching your child through demonstration, repetition, and praise. This course promotes water safety knowledge and practices, aquatic adjustment and swimming readiness skills, participation, socialization, and fun and enjoyment in the water. Parents must furnish a written clearance from the child’s physician within the first two weeks of class and provide their own suits and towels. Enrollment is limited to 10 parent/child teams.


Swimming for Children/Experienced Beginners The class is designed for children with prior skills and knowledge acquired during previous swimming classes. Strokes will be refined and some aspects of conditioning through swimming will be addressed. Through drills and individual corrections, the students will be able to progress from the beginner level to the intermediate level. Note: Parents do not have to be in the water with their children. Parent must provide written clearance from their child’s physician within the first two weeks of class and provide suits and towels. Course: 01108 $95 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 22-Jul 27 Sa 10:00am-10:30am Note: Class will not meet Jul 6. UNM Main Campus - Johnson Center Jasylyn Shiparski

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Reduction Print Making Want to learn something new? Of course - or you wouldn’t be reading this catalog. Here is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new and exciting art form that you can easily do at home. In just 4 weeks, you will learn to create a beautiful print from a linoleum block. The method we will use is called reduction print making. This includes designing a picture and transferring the image to a single block of wood or linoleum. You will then carve out the first design element. After the initial carving is completed, the first color is printed. Each successive color is printed by reducing (carving additional designs) in the block. You will take home an original multicolored print that you have created. There are several useful applications for the print and it can be duplicated over and over: note cards, greeting cards, invitations or wall hangings. The process is easy to learn and will have beautiful results. No previous experience is necessary for this class. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Course: 02150 Section A: Jul 10-31 CE North Building Frank Fell

Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain is the most widely used drawing instruction book in the world. This course is for people at all skill levels who want to learn to draw. Based on discoveries in brain research, the basic exercises in this book will help to release your creative potential and tap into the special abilities of the visual, perceptual, right hemisphere of the brain. Bring a pencil, eraser, and typing paper to the first class where a complete supply list will be given. Note: All students are required to purchase The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Edwards. Text is available at the UNM Bookstore. Approximate cost of materials is $45. Course: 02154 Section A: Jun 4-Jul 23 CE North Building Judith Alison Aragon

$140 For: 8 sessions T 6:00pm-9:00pm

Botanical Drawing & Watercolor: Summer Fruits & Vegetables NEW Whether you are a beginner, or you want to try the watercolor glazing technique, you are encouraged to achieve your personal artistic goals. This class involves a step-by-step process which starts with drawing from live botanical specimens and/or prints. You will plan your compositions on watercolor paper, then you will apply the watercolor glazing technique. Individual artistic voice is supported to move beyond duplication to interpreting the unique qualities of the botanical subject. Drawing and painting demonstrations will be provided throughout the class and will include drawing techniques, lighting, and how to control the amount of water on the brush. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Additional $12 materials fee for plants as subject matter payable to instructor at the beginning of the first class. Course: 02156 Section A: Jun 4-25 CE South Building Lisa Coddington

$105 For: 4 sessions T 1:00pm-5:00pm

$105 For: 4 sessions W 1:00pm-4:00pm

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Travel Sketchbook Journaling Explore New Mexico with sketchbook and camera. Learn how to make a traveling art kit. Practice basic observation and artistic skills to be able to quick sketch, paint, photograph, and write wherever you are. Learn tips on how to make picture essays to more effectively tell the story of your travels and daily life. Learn ways to improve your images by applying artistic concepts such as composition, lighting, natural perspective, color, and more, while exploring interesting urban and natural places in our community. Each week the class will meet at a different place. Supplies: sketchbook/heavyweight paper, pencil, assorted watercolor pencils, small watercolor set and brushes, small water container, paper towel, black ultra-fine permanent pen, portable seat and camera. Experimental Drawing and Mixed Media Experimental Drawing and Mixed Media is a class that incorporates the basic elements of drawing - value, line, space, gesture, color, weight, texture, composition - with layering techniques utilizing Golden’s acrylic grounds that include: Absorbent Ground and Acrylic Ground for Pastels. Drawing from objects, photos and personal mark-making to create layers of information with charcoal, pencil, pastel, collage, markers and inks, will allow each student to work through a process that is both personal and formal. The momentum and content of the drawings will develop as additional layers are added to create a rich dimensional surface. The goal is to develop personal drawing skills and find the “surprise” in a finished drawing. Note: A $35 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. An additional supply list is also available at dce.unm.edu. The first class will be a demonstration of the process and techniques and introduction of media. $150 For: 8 sessions T 6:00pm-9:00pm

Course: 02161 Section A: Jun 10-Jul 29 CE South Building Alan Yablonsky

$120 For: 8 sessions M 7:00pm-9:30pm

Painting with Acrylics Learn to paint shape and form without drawing. The emphasis of this class will be on color, space and composition, value and texture, contrast and balance. We will explore the principles of design, the medium and techniques, the mood and meaning, and the elements of art. Note: A supply list is available at dce.unm.edu. Expect to spend approximately $90 for supplies and bring them to the first class. Attendance at first class is mandatory. Course: 02170 $110 For: 7 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 17 W 6:00pm-9:00pm Section B: Jun 20-Aug 1 Th 1:00pm-4:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Both sections: CE North Building Polly Jackson Pastels are Paint...Not Chalk This two-day workshop is a simple hands-on class that is a great way to experience pastels. We will talk about pastels and try working with different makes of pastels and papers. On Saturday, we will meet at Artisan Studio from 9:00am-5:00pm to experiment with pastels without the pressure of perfect composition. For those of you coming back to art after a hiatus, this is a great class: pastels require no liquid mixing or waiting for things to dry... just get going with color! This class is designed for those with a curiosity of pastel painting and have wondered where to start. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. A materials fee of $10 is payable to the instructor on Friday night. Course: 02173 $95 For: 2 sessions Section A: Aug 2-3 F 5:30pm-8:30pm Sa 9:00am-4:00pm CE South Building Nance McManus, CPS, PSNM

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Drawing Graphite, Pencil, Pen and Ink This course is designed for students with or without previous experience in formal drawing.In this class we will work extensively with a variety of drawing techniques. You will learn to handle and manipulate graphite pencils to produce areas of tonality and texture in both representational and abstract compositions. You will manipulate textural areas of their drawings with India ink, fountain pens or technical ink pens (Rapidographs). We will also explore light transparent overlays of color washes; chiaroscuro (light and dark) techniques. A combination of watercolor washes along with graphite pencils, pen and ink will also be used. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of materials is $35.

$85 For: 4 sessions Su 9:00am-12:00pm

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Course: 02160 Section A: Jun 11-Jul 23 CE South Building Diane Rolnick

Course: 02163 Section A: Jul 14-Aug 4 ABQ Botanical Gardens Sunny Birklund


A Painting A Day Loosen up and believe in yourself! You can create a painting in a session, and this class will teach you how. Works of art created “alla prima” are vital, energetic, and full of spontaneity. Students are encouraged to use art materials they already own, and the instructor can provide guidance as to the purchase of additional supplies. This class is best suited to those who have had at least a beginner’s course in any painting media. The instructor is experienced in watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel, and mixed media techniques. Course: 02175 Section A: Jun 5-Jul 24 Section B: Jul 9-Aug 1 Both sections: Sailer Studio Bethe Sailer

$135 For: 8 sessions W 6:00pm-9:00pm TTh 9:00am-12:00pm in SW Area

Splash Ink with Watercolor Workshop NEW On the first workshop day, Ming will give an explanation and demonstration of the unique features of Splash Ink with Watercolor.She will explain the materials, mixing of Asian ink and primary watercolors, random and controlled pouring. You will experience splashing ink on rice paper, drying and separation of the sheets, the resulting abstract, and learn to listen to the color. Ming will also explain finishing touch and you will have a discussion of various ways to finish the painting, special effects, such as salt, alcohol, etc. On the second day you will finish your painting in an inspirational setting followed by group view and critique of everyone’s painting.

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Course: 02176 $95 For: 2 sessions Section A: Aug 2-9 F 9:00am-4:00pm CE North Building Ming Franz, National Champion of Splash Ink Technique Paint Without Numbers and Color Outside the Lines Find the passion and love of art, find your inner expression. Through the use of various techniques and media learn from the beginning what you need to do to empower your inner creative self. You will have hands-on studio time as well as short lectures to help you develop your hidden talents. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Course: 02178 Section A: Jul 2-Aug 6 Ralph Greene Studio Ralph Greene, MFA

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Watercolor Techniques The goal of this course is to welcome the beginning student, as well as the more advanced artist, to explore the basic techniques of watercolor. Focusing on both observation and design you will learn to develop a final painting from beginning stages to a finished product with the help of in-class demonstrations, one-on-one artistic advice from the instructor, and time to develop individual projects. We will emphasize: landscape development from photos, creating the illusion of realistic space, technique experimentation, creative expression, and enjoy the unexpected surprises that come along with this medium. Topics covered will include: basic design, color, composition, and glazing and layering techniques. Bring in your own images and photos to work from. Course: 02183 $110 For: 7 sessions Section A: Jun 10-Jul 22 M 6:00pm-9:00pm Note: Class will not meet Jul 1. CE North Building Gary R. Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher Shibori: The Japanese Art of Fabric Dyeing Come discover and create the beautiful hand-dyed fabrics of Japan! Shibori is a traditional Japanese fabric dyeing technique, whereby the fabric is shaped, then secured in various ways, before dyeing. You will be given a hands-on introduction to wrapping and stitching techniques and then dyeing the fabric to produce an overall surface design on fabric. You will take home one completed scarf (or small tapestry), as well as several sample squares. This is a class for students of any level, including students with no previous knowledge of Shibori. Optional Text: Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resisit Dyeing. (Amazon.com). Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of materials is $70. An additional materials fee of $40 is payable to the instructor the first day of class. Course: 02185 Section A: Jul 6-27 CE North Building Sara Magnuson, MFA

$110 For: 4 sessions Sa 10:00am-4:00pm

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Expressive Color in Oil Pastels Color can make or break your painting. Discover the many ways you as an artist can use color to convey feelings and evoke emotions through your art. You will learn the seven elements and principles of design to create a strong and pleasing painting. Improve your ability to apply color in a way that the impressionists and expressionists did to transform your ideas expressively and uniquely. Each class will begin with a brief demonstration and color exercises to help you see colors in a new way. Be prepared to start exploring colors and transform your work from the very first class. Note: A supply list is available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of supplies is $40. Optional: Bring a table top easel to class. Course: 02186 $80 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Jul 16 T 3:00pm-5:00pm CE North Building Gary R. Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher Beginning Landscape Oil Painting Come and learn the fundamentals of mixing and using colors, as well as values, edges, composition and atmosphere in landscape painting. Each session consists of a demonstration along with individual attention throughout each class. You will receive an 8x10 color and black and white landscape photograph to work form along with additional instructional materials. This is an entry level course for people who have never had experience in landscape oil painting. Note: A supply list is available at dce.unm.edu Course: 02188 $120 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Th 6:00pm-8:30pm Note: Class will not meet Jul 4. CE North Building Gary R. Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher

$170 For: 8 sessions Sa 10:30am-2:30pm

Trial by Fire Basic throwing on the wheel is just the warm-up to the real fun of this class, learning to fire your work with four very unique techniques. The soda kiln decoration starts with colored slips and engobes on wet clay. When dry enough, the work will be fired in a special kiln up to about 2300 degrees. Then, a solution of soda and water is sprayed in, which vaporize and settle on the pots to form the unique flashing and “orange peel� texture. In preparing for the gas and electric firings we will continue the use of slip techniques, including combing, trailing and sgraffitto, in combination with colored glazes. We will finish up with a raku firing; this involves removing the pots from the kiln while glowing red hot, and placing in sawdust or straw. Exciting and instantly gratifying, you can take raku fired pots home the same evening! Note: A $85 lab fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Course: 02195 Section A: Jun 10-Jul 29 Coyote Clay School Coyote Clay Staff

$185 For: 8 sessions M 6:00pm-9:00pm

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Course: 02190 Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Aragon Studio in SE Area Judith Alison Aragon

Course: 02192 $185 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Aug 1 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Coyote Clay School Coyote Clay Staff

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Modeling the Figure In Clay Join us and discover how working in three dimensions can a rewarding artistic challenge. Basic blocking and human anatomy will be studied. We will work from live models. Bring a piece of wood about 12x12 inches, a plastic garbage bag, any modeling tools you have, sprits bottle and a sack lunch to the first session. Note: A clay and models fee of $55 will be payable to the instructor at the first session.

Raku Fired Handbuilt Pottery In this class you will learn several hand-building techniques, including coil, pinch and slab and the use of hump and slump molds. A variety of projects will be demonstrated by the instructor at the beginning of each class, followed by time for you to work on your own pieces. Note: A $85 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class.


Stoneware and Raku Pottery Imagine eating from cups, bowls, and plates that you’ve created yourself, or decorating your home with your own hand made sculpture. Whether you are a beginner or more experienced you can learn our simple techniques to develop new skills including hand building, wheel throwing and using bisque molds. You’ll also learn about glazing and firing in stoneware and raku kilns. Raku firing is an exciting method for achieving iridescent and metallic glazes. In less than an hour you can bring home colorful raku pieces right from the kiln. Participants will share the energy and enthusiasm that’s part of working together in a pottery studio. Additional studio time is available on Fridays and Saturdays. Note: A $65 materials and firing fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Map available at dce.unm.edu. Raku Pottery Potluck Spend your Sunday’s creating tea-bowls, clay masks, jewelry boxes, copper and turquoise beads and pendants. We will glaze and fire our pieces in a raku kiln. Raku firing technique is a famous centuries old Japanese method of producing ware for the Japanese tea ceremony. It’s exciting and requires teamwork to load and fire, then unload and smoke the ware in a container. Within 45 minutes you will have colorful, iridescent glazed pieces ready to take home. Bring a dish to share as we enjoy our potluck lunch while we get an overview of the process. Be prepared to share two afternoons of fun, good food and great pottery. Note: A $30 materials fee is due at the first session.

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Course: 02197 $90 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jul 28-Aug 4 Su 12:00pm-4:00pm Mudfish Pottery - Louis D’Amico Lou D’Amico Clay Sculpture Sculpting in clay gives you an opportunity to make a unique art piece. No previous experience is necessary. Learn at your own pace and level of experience. The class will be organized around several different projects. These projects include 3-dimensional mask making, carving clay and sculpting animal forms. Each project builds on the next and helps you learn the techniques necessary to make a 3-dimensional object. These techniques include slab, coil and carving. You are invited to bring illustrations or photographs to class as a way of developing their ideas. The sculptures will be fired, colored with clay slips for painting and decoration, or textured and dry stained. Extra studio time is available Fridays and Saturdays from 1 to 5pm. Note: A $65 lab fee is payable to the instructor at the first meeting. Map available at dce.unm.edu.

Course: 02199 $185 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 31 W 7:00pm-9:30pm Note: Class will not meet Jul 3. Section B: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 10:00am-12:30pm Both sections: Mudfish Pottery - Louis D’Amico Lou D’Amico Beginning Jewelry/Small Metals and Silversmithing This beginning course provides the fundamental techniques for the design and creation of handcrafted jewelry. Beginning with a series of sterling silver rings, you learn how to size, texture, chase, file, form, silver solder with an acetylene torch, saw, pierce, drill, oxidize, hand-polish, high-polish with a buffing machine, and follow safe studio practices. Your next project will involve fabricating a bezel cup and setting a cabochon stone. We will work with sterling silver, fine silver, copper, brass and semi-precious stones. Local supply sources and discounts available through Diener Studio will be addressed, as well as working lavishly within a limited budget. Prepare to be adorned! Note: A materials fee of $105 is payable to the instructor at the first class meeting. Limited to 6 students. Course: 02205 $230 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Jul 9 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

Course: 02198 $185 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Th 7:00pm-9:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Mudfish Pottery - Louis D’Amico Lou D’Amico

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Continuing Jewelry/Small Metals and Silversmithing This course is designed as a continuation of jewelry making experience, for those students who have completed the Beginning Jewelry/Small Metals and Silversmithing class. We will focus on more complicated techniques in silver soldering, fabrication and stone-setting—including unusually-shaped bezels, incorporating found objects, cage/step/tube and traditional prong settings, fusing, reticulation, chainmaking, findings, repousse’, marriage of metals, shot, hollow forms, forging, making head and eye pins, and safe studio practices—through student-directed projects and instructor demonstrations. Local supply sources and discounts available through Diener Studio will be addressed, as well as working lavishly within a limited budget. Prepare to be adorned! Note: A general supply fee of $60 is payable to the instructor at the first class meeting. This covers acetylene, silver solder and flux; all other metal and supplies are purchased by student. Limited to six students. Course: 02206 $230 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 10-Jul 8 M 6:00pm-9:00pm Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

Course: 02207 $150 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jul 13-20 Sa 10:00am-4:00pm Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

Course: 02209 $150 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jul 27-Aug 3 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Note: 2nd Saturday class: 1-4 PM. Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

Course: 02210 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 23 Su 1:00pm-5:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320

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Visions Collage Workshop Have you ever done a collage of what you’d like your life to look like? In this class we will explore that! We will make a collage of our goals, dreams and visions for our lives. And then, in safe surroundings and with our affirming, positive class members, we will share them with each other. This is a powerful and magical process that lets the Universe know our true heart and souls’ desires in all areas of our lives. All materials, which include magazines galore, poster board, glue sticks, maps and other items for your use will be provided. Note: A $5 materials fee is payable to instructor at the beginning of the class.

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Introduction to Enameling Enameling is the colorful result of fusing powdered glasses to metal with high heat, forming a durable vitreous coating. This class provides you with an overview of the ancient art of enameling, from metal preparation, properties of enamel, including dry and wet applications, kiln firing, and safe studio practices. Students will create wearable and non-wearable enameled works, using copper as a base. The focus will be on learning varied approaches to applying enamel to the copper surface and taking work to a finished degree. No previous jewelry making or metalworking experience is necessary. Note: Materials fee of $125 due at the beginning of first class. Limited to 5 students.

No-Solder Jewelry Making Extravaganza: Etched, Disced, Dapped and Letter-Stamped! Use sterling silver, red brass, yellow brass, copper, semi-precious stone beads, and luscious pearls to make jewelry for gift giving or for yourself! This terrific two-day workshop covers basic etching processes and a variety of silversmithing techniques such as disc cutting, dapping, doming, filing, sanding, hammering/chasing/ texturing, hole punching, alphabetical and numerical stamping, patina/oxidizing, and hand-finishes from satin to shiny. Explore the magical, wearable artistry of jewelry making and leave the studio with your beautiful completed projects - such as earrings, pendants, cuff bracelets, bangles, rings, and belt buckles. All levels welcome. If students have favorite rubber stamps, they can bring them, but it is not necessary. Note: Materials fee $105 due at the beginning of first class.


The Art of Beeswax Collage This class allows you to learn a new technique, to add another layer of texture to your collages. This is an exciting and environmentally-friendly technique, as no glue is used in the entire process. Cosmetic grade, pure white beeswax, with no resins or additives is used to adhere the paper ephemera and small 3-D objects used in the collages. Crayons and water-based oil paints add interesting color to the wax. A crock-pot is used to melt the wax and brushes get the wax to the surface. A craft iron and blowgun allow you to smooth out the wax or melt elements away. You will love this class! A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Note: A $5 materials fee is also payable to instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 02212 Section A: Jul 6 CE South Building Phoenix Forrester

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Mosaic with Vintage China and Found Objects We will be making a small shrine using vintage china pieces, the thinner, delicate china, rather than the heavy industrial kind, along with found objects. Using a strong piece of wood, approximately 12x12 inches, preferably with a small ledge on the bottom, we will spend the first 4-hour class adhering the china and objects to the surface, using a special adhesive, in a pattern of your choosing. The “theme” is up to you. The final 4-hour class will be spent grouting your piece to complete it. You will then have the skills and product knowledge to enable you to go on to create more elaborate and complex pieces. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of materials is $20. Course: 02213 $185 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 15-22 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester The Luminous Collage Take your collage skills to the next level with this exciting class using luminous acrylic paints (Pebeo, from France or Lumiare), collage elements, and finally oil paints. The incredible richness of color will add a new and vibrant dimension to your collage. Using vintage photographs, postcards, ledger pages, stamps, and any other beautiful and interesting paper ephemera, we will create magnificent works of art like never before! You will have plenty of time to experiment and create several pieces of art, depending on your personal style and speed. All levels are welcome. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Course: 02215 Section A: Jun 29 CE South Building Phoenix Forrester

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The Art of Papermaking Understand the basics of Western papermaking and related paper arts. You will learn how to cook and beat different plant fiber which will be used to make paper for a hand-bound book project of your choice. You will have the opportunity to create a significant paper inventory. Experimentation is encouraged! Papermaking is fun and wet. Note: Please dress appropriately and wear shoes that are waterproof. Paper molds and all pulp, plus binding materials are included in your $75 materials fee which payable to the instructor at the first class is meeting. Class is limited to six. Course: 02216 Section A: Jun 5-Jul 10 Lerma Studio Stephanie Lerma

$175 For: 6 sessions W 7:00pm-9:00pm

Assemblage Workshop 101 Assemblage consists of making a 3-D artistic composition from putting together found objects. In this class we will explore and construct the varieties of assemblage from the free standing to ones in shadow boxes. The juxtaposition of seeming unrelated old and odd objects is a thrilling adventure. Bring your treasures and let us each create magical works of art! Note: A materials list available at dce.unm.edu. Course: 02217 $65 For: 1 session Section A: Aug 3 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester ArtBiz Are you ready to get serious about the business side of your art? Whether you are a successful working artist or plan to begin a new career in the arts when you retire or are at a point in your career where it is time to take that next step toward promoting and selling your work, you will benefit from attending the ArtBiz Seminar. This is a practical and informative presentation designed to enhance any artist’s professionalism. You will discover how to create a professional work environment, learn techniques in self-promotion, establish lasting artist/ gallery relations and protect your creative rights. ArtBiz provides critical information for production-based artists at all levels, from those just getting started to those well established who are interested in selling what they create. Course: 02221 Section A: Aug 3 CE South Building John Attardi

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Resin...For the Fun Of It Have you ever wanted to make little objects with photos, glitter, and other images embedded in resin? It’s fun and easy. After almost giving up on the process, the instructor has worked out all the kinks and perfected the process. Join her and learn the basics. We will make several items of your choice. You can make charms for earrings, necklaces or bracelets, as well as lots of other interesting things. Once you get started, you’ll be hooked and the sky is the limit! Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Course: 02223 $50 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 8 Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester

Bonne Cuisine UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Bonne Cuisine. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

The Art of Baking This class will be a demonstration with some handson participation on high altitude baking. Students will learn to put into practice baking techniques and skills. Topics include weights and measures as applied to cake, bread and pastry baking and the chemistry of baking. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting.

Sensational Salads Salads can be tossed, composed, hot, cold side, main, grains or greens, limited only by your imagination. We will create Chicken Salad Chinois, Warm Scallop Salad with Roasted Baby Vegetables, Best Ever Caesar, Taboulleh Salad and Wild Rice Salad. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting.

Stir Fry Made Easy Learn recipes, stir fry and cutting techniques, as well as identification of ingredients to be able to produce healthy, quick, economical meals. Join us and enjoy this fresh and inovative cooking style. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03256 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 4 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America Cooking With Seasonal Products Come and explore the many uses of home grown vegetables right from my garden to your table. Peppers, tomatoes, leeks, and whatever we can find in the garden. Fresh and fabulous is the name of this class! Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03257 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 23 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer New Ways With the Same Old Bird Learn to make and enjoy Tuscan, Mexican, Mediterranean chicken! The many wonderful ways with the same bird. We will learn how to cut up a chicken using our knife skills in this class. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03258 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 27 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer Register Now! Continuing Education is a self-sustaining department. All courses have set minimum enrollments and decisions on course cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register.

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Course: 03252 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 11 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America

Course: 03253 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 18 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

Growth & Enrichment

Course: 03250 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 9 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America

Breakfast For Dinner Sometimes you want something fast and delicious, but out of the ordinary. You will leave this class with new recipes to please the whole family! Buckwheat crepes, oven roasted vegetable frittata, peppered bacon, Hollandaise sauce on yam biscuits anyone? Come hungry! Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting.


Mysteries of Fish Cooking Explore the mysteries of fish cookery. We will use various techniques such as poaching and stewing, and we will use recipes that best prepare this most healthy of all proteins. Enjoy shrimp with Mango Curry Salad in Won Ton Cups, Bouillabaisse, Poached Salmon, Fish Steamed in the Chinese Manner and more. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting.

Bonne Cuisine

Growth & Enrichment

Course: 03259 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 18 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America

Mediterranean Table Tour this wonderful sun-drenched region to discover new dishes and exotic spice combinations from Greece to Provence to Morocco. Learn how to make Greek Moussaka, Baklava, Moroccan Chicken Tagine and more. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03268 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 16 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America

French Bistro Cooking Take the most elegant cuisine to a practical level with the hearty foods found in the simple little restaurants of France. The menu will consist of Vichyssoise, Salade Nicoise, French Bread, and Clafouti. Note: A $15 food fee will be collected at the start of the class meeting.

Contemporary Southwest New Mexico’s unique foods and rich cultural traditions are expanded in this class. We will use the finest ingredients from our state to create new dishes that will please. Green Rice, New Mexican lasagna, and empanaditas. Come enjoy our New Mexican Culture of flavors to the next level! Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting.

Course: 03261 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 25 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America

Course: 03272 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 20 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

Quick and Easy Cooking Here are some New Mexican flavors with a twist. These are all fast recipes to prepare that generally have five or less ingredients, already in your pantry. They are great for just treating your family, or for entertaining. Blackened Tomato Cream Soup, Garlic and Chipotle Sauced Herbed Chicken, Jalapeno Chevre Wraps, Cinnamon Chile-Seared Salmon with Mango Salsa, Cinnamon Fudge Cakes with Cocoa Whipped Cream. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting.

Exploring the Cuisine of India This is an introduction to East Indian cooking. We will learn about the spices and unusual ingredients used in this cuisine, as well as produce a delicious menu of Mulligatawny Soup, Moghul Braised Chicken, Cucumber Yogurt Salad, Sweet Saffron Basmati Rice Pilaf, and Sweet Carrot Pudding. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting.

Course: 03265 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 30 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America Mangia Italiano Traditional cooking of Northern Italy, which is simple yet elegant and so much more than red sauce and garlic. We will produce a complete menu for entertaining or just to treat your family. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03266 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 2 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America

Course: 03276 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 23 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America Vegetarian Feast In this class you will learn to use seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as quinoa and farro! Cauliflower pizza anyone? Note: A $15 food fee will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting. Course: 03279 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 30 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

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Culinary Fundamentals Online Program $3995* *UNM Continuing Education Students receive a 15% discount on this program! Be sure to mention UNM Continuing Education when registering.

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Cooking 101 Learn basic cooking techniques as well as developing new recipes to please all. You will learn how to read a recipe, how to put it all together in a timely manner and have the confidence to try new things. This class is a must for those who want to go forward in their culinary experience! You will learn knife skills, how to properly cut vegetables and fruit, and how use substitutions in recipes and have the same end result. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting. Seasonal Cooking for Optimal Health Food is our first line of defense for disease prevention. This class will introduce the types of foods that are appropriate during each season, which produce optimal balance and nourishment for our bodies. In addition to lecture and demonstration, students will get a chance to cook some great seasonal dishes! Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, we will also explore the differences in body types and constitutions to ascertain which foods are ideal for each individual. You will leave with information that you can immediately incorporate into your lifestyle to change your eating habits forever. Note: A $15 food fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 03282 $69 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 13 Sa 10:00am-3:00pm Combining Cultures Acupuncture Teresa Crosier, D.O.M.

Course: 03283 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 31 W 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

Course: 03284 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 13 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

Course: 03287 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 11 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer Healthy Asian Cooking NEW Come and learn some easy recipes and tips for every day Asian cooking. Healthy cooking is only a few steps away. Learn to make Spring Rolls, Asian Chicken, Tofu, Pad Thai and Pork Cabbage rolls. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting. Course: 03295 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 2 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer Gluten Free Cooking Gluten free living is becoming more common for individuals coping with Celiac disease, and for those who just want to limit their use of flour. Learn to make several baked goods as well as make all purpose flour mixes. Breads, pizza dough, cookies, muffins plus a wealth of information in this class. Come and learn new ways of eating without sacrificing taste. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03301 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 25 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

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New Mexico Red or Green There is nothing like homemade tortillas and sopapillas with your bowl of green chile stew. Come taste New Mexico cuisine at its finest! Learn how to make red and green chile sauce that will please even grandma. Green chile chicken enchiladas, pinto beans in a pressure cooker and homemade salsa will start our fiesta. Come hungry! Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting.

Cooking 102 Do you have basic cooking skills and want to know more? Are you ready to take the next step in your culinary adventure? Join us and continue to hone your kitchen skills! Learn more intricate cooking techniques as well as practice more complex recipes. Learn about seasonal ingredients and try new recipes. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting.

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Canning Vegetables and Making Jams and Jellies Are you wondering how to preserve the flavors of summer? Join us and learn how canning summer vegetables at home can turn seasonal vegetables into a treat to be enjoyed year round. You will also learn how to take advantage of all the fresh fruit available this summer and turn it into jams and jellies you can enjoy anytime. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting.

Course: 03286 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 4 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer


Tapas Tapas, small bites but full of flavor and filling. Learn what the Spanish have already figured out. You don’t have to have a huge serving of food to have bountiful taste. Tapas are small bites such as fried avocados with salsa, Paella with pork and chicken. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the beginning of the class meeting. Course: 03302 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 6 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer Six Ingredients or Less Join us and learn how the use of just six ingredients can produce powerful results! This is a must class for busy people. We will use fish, pasta, chicken, and the pressure cooker. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03303 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 18 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

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Pressure Cooking Learn how to prep and cook your meals in less than half the time! You will learn how to use your pressure cooker fearlessly. Using a variety of meats and vegetables in each class, you will be surprised at the combinations of meals that are possible. From green chile stew in 20 minutes, to creme brulee that will please any plate. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03304 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 16 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer Cooking on a Budget Cook on a budget and create fantastic food. You will learn how to prepare a chicken and then make several meals out of it. Learn tips to stretch your dollar by shopping for sale items, creating menus, cooking food and freezing some for later. What to do with a tough cut of meat? Come to class and see what you can save and create! Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03305 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 9 T 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer

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Spices and Herbs Learn about the many uses of spices and herbs. Dried vs. fresh, what is the difference? How to convert the recipe if you have dried and not fresh spices. How to make herb infused oil. How to dry fresh herbs and the many recipes that will enhance the spices and herbs without much salt in your dishes. Note: A food fee of $15 will be collected at the start of the class meeting. Course: 03306 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 11 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Jan’s on 4th Janice Laird, Certified Personal Chef, Cooking School Instructor and Caterer UNM Employees: Participants who wish to transfer their registration from one cooking class to another must do so three days prior to the start of the class they are transferring from. There will be a $20 transfer fee for those students transferring after that period.

Communication UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Communication. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Our Existence After Life Will Rike, author of I Was Still Me, compiled a random sample of reports made by persons who had an afterlife experience and lived to tell about it. He then compiled lists of things they said that were remarkably similar. The result is a description of our next existence in considerable detail. There is no religion or philosophy behind this workshop. Book is enjoyable reading and included for free with class. Course: 04300 $45 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 24 W 7:00pm-9:00pm Segara Residence in NE Area Daniel Mahony, MPhil

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Emotional Freedom Technique Even though we can generally recover from unpleasant experiences or thought patterns, we can still be affected by recurring emotions from past events such as relationships, trauma or loss. We can also be affected by ongoing or future events such as work-related stress, interpersonal problems, depression and various kinds of anxieties and phobias. In these examples, emotions could become stuck rather than released. Even if we try to ignore them, they still affect our lives. When people decide to do something about the negative feelings or patterns they may try counseling, see their doctor, or compensate for their feelings in some way. Every approach has its merits, but many people will not have heard of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) as an option for resolving a problem. EFT is a very effective yet gentle method of directly balancing the body’s energy system for the feelings that you want to change. Just as you don’t need to know how a car works under the hood to drive one, you don’t have to believe in EFT for it to work. Some people do like to find out more about the theory, while others are happy simply to have their problem resolved. Course: 04301 Section A: Jul 9-11 CE North Building Meg Colby

$95 For: 2 sessions TTh 6:00pm-9:00pm

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Introduction to Constellation Work Constellations are a deeply insightful process that shed light and bring clarity into our relationships in life. We are part of many different systems, the most powerful one is our family; but friends, different communities and our work environment also have a deep impact on our sense of well-being. Constellations provide a new perspective on family issues, health problems and professional challenges, and provide lasting solutions. Join us and experience the healing power of constellations. Course: 04332 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 8 Sa 10:00am-5:00pm Healing Gate Ursula Nickel, Doctor of Oriental Medicine Your Dreams Talk To You Everybody dreams. You will learn the six functions of dreams, the two types of dreams, and dream incubation. Come and learn how to remember dreams, how to keep a dream journal, how to interpret dreams, and how to dream to solve problems and enhance creativity. Bring a dream, either a recent one or a long ago dream. If you do not have a dream you will be given something with which to work. You will leave this workshop feeling inspired. Note: Bring a notebook and a sack lunch. $65 For: 1 session Sa 10:00am-5:00pm

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Communication

Course: 04302 $45 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 27 Th 9:00am-12:00pm CE South Building Antonia Montoya, MS, CHES

Course: 04314 Section A: Jul 10-31 CE South Building Jon Nimitz

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Collecting Gratitude NEW Experience an interactive workshop on gratitude and its secrets for improving well-being and health. Learn about a simple two-minute routine that can change your life professionally and personally. Antonia Montoya will share research findings, best practices, as well as her personal story to inspire you to change the way you see the world. During this course you will be guided through the beautiful and inspiring world of gratitude, find your own gratitude in unexpected ways, discover the many benefits of a gratitude practice, and receive a step by step guide to navigating a successful gratitude practice. What are you grateful for today?

Loving What Is: The Work of Byron Katie Do you believe that many things are wrong in the world and your own life? If you do The Work, you will certainly feel better about your own life. Byron Katie’s three popular books, workshops, videos, and website have helped millions accept reality and find peace. After a major depressive crisis, she discovered a new way of thinking that pulled her out of it and prevented any relapses. By asking yourself the Four Questions about disturbing thoughts, you too can turn your thinking around, using this powerful form of cognitive therapy. We’ll read her first book, watch videos, discuss methods, and practice numerous examples from our own lives. Required Text: Loving What Is: Four Questions That Can Change Your Life, Byron Katie. Text can be purchased at the UNM Bookstore.

Course: 04347 Section A: Jun 22 CE South Building Rita Herther, MA

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Crafts & Hobbies UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Crafts & Hobbies. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Bead Stringing Design your own personal necklace and earrings. Learn all the basic techniques of bead stringing, which will include how to knot between beads. Please bring lots of beads and any kind of charms you might like to put on your jewelry. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first class. Course: 05352 Section A: Jun 15 CE South Building Camille Argeanas

$70 For: 1 session Sa 9:30am-4:00pm

Crafts & Hobbies

Growth & Enrichment

Make Your Own Vintage Typewriter Key Bracelet In this class, students will be making their own authentic vintage typewriter key bracelet. This bracelet requires no soldering, there will be a large selection of fabulous type keys with letters and numbers to choose from. Students can make an especially wonderful bracelet for themselves. The keys will all be cut, the backs ground down and ready to adhere to the bracelet. You will also be provided the bracelet chain. Note: A $45 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 05353 $50 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 13 Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester Creative Wire Rings Master the foundation for making simple but elegant wire rings. You will learn how to use ring mandrels, size rings, and use a bench vise to create multi-wired rings. When you leave this class you will have rosette rings, bead rings, a hammered scroll ring, and a lovely three bead multi-wired scroll ring. Materials required: Small jeweler’s needle nose and round nose pliers, metal ring mandrel, hammer, small anvil, assortment of small beads, and 20ft. of round 20 gauge wire. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first class. Course: 05354 Section A: Jun 29 CE South Building Camille Argeanas

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Creative Wire Wrapping: Basic Circle Develop consistency in your wire work and the use of tools. This will open a whole new world for your creativity. Learn how to connect beads together with the basic circle (loop), figure eights, and links. You will also learn to make an eye-clasp and basic hook. You will leave class with a finished necklace of your own design. Note: Please bring jeweler’s needle nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire cutters, four feet of 18-gauge wire, and four feet of 20-gauge wire and an assortment of beads that fit on the wire. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 05359 Section A: Jun 26 CE South Building Camille Argeanas

$50 For: 1 session W 6:00pm-9:00pm

Creative Wire Wrapping: Coiling Learn to make coils and be amazed with the variations of jewelry you can create. We will explore designs with coils and twisted wire, making chain links, and beads made from coils to create a unique necklace for you to take home. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first class. Course: 05360 Section A: Jul 10 CE South Building Camille Argeanas

$50 For: 1 session W 6:00pm-9:00pm

Creative Wire Wrapping: Flat Spiral Make spiral hook’n eye clasps that will dress up your necklaces and save you money. We will discover how to hammer the wire in order to create texture and also give your pieces strength and boldness. You will learn about the classic Egyptian spiral and how to make many different designs. You will be sure to walk away with a classic necklace. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 05361 Section A: Jul 31 CE South Building Camille Argeanas

$50 For: 1 session W 6:00pm-9:00pm

Creative Wire Wrapping: Earring Design Make your own style of earring wire and learn to make unlimited varieties of classic dangles, charms, and components. The possibilities, like your imagination, are limitless. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Please bring flat nose pliers, round nose pliers, wire cutters, 12 feet of 20-gauge wire, 30 4mm beads, and an assortment of small beads. Please bring jewelers needle-nose pliers, round-nose pliers, wire cutters, 10 feet of 18 gauge wire, and an assortment of beads that fit on the wire. Course: 05362 Section A: Aug 3 CE South Building Camille Argeanas

$50 For: 1 session Sa 6:00pm-9:00pm

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Lovely Pins from Vintage Tins In this fun class, we will be cutting vintage tins into various shapes and adding bits and pieces of our own favorite antique gems and jewels to make some very special brooches for personal adornment or to give as gifts! Add a pin back and you’ve got a masterpiece! Scour your own home, yard sales, the flea market, antique and collectable shops for vintage tins with wonderful graphics. Go thru your old jewelry for little rhinestone bits and any other glittery stones, jewels and small flowers to bring to adorn your beautiful creation. You will be able to make 3-5 pins depending on what supplies you bring to class and your work style. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu or at time of registration. Course: 05363 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 20 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester Cut, Pierce, Sew and Suspend with Metal and Found Objects! In this fun 2-hour class we will first be cutting a shape of our choosing from a piece of metal (sterling, brass or copper, your choice), then, we will be piercing the metal with a drill and then “sewing” our found objects on with sterling wire, as ornamentation. This is a fun option to gluing or soldering, in making original, oneof-a-kind jewelry. We will also use wire to suspend and dangle little trinkets as finishing touches. Start scouring the flea market estate sales and antique shops for antique hammered steel belt buckles and shoe clips, Bakelite belt buckles and any vintage rhinestone and sterling filigree jewelry pieces. Prepare to create a masterpiece! Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu.

Course: 05365 Section A: Jul 16 CE South Building Meg Kempert

$49 For: 1 session T 6:00pm-8:00pm

Body Products Made at Home I If you have sensitive skin or simply want to put together a gift basket of various body care products, we will cover the basics. All recipes have a maximum of five to six locally available ingredients (most you may already have in your kitchen). Choose five items out of the workbook to create. The workbook provides recipes for lotions, moisturizers, cold cream, lip glosses and balms, anti-wrinkle oil, firming neck cream, stretch mark cream, fresheners, masks, hair conditioners and gels, invigorating foot rubs and refreshing leg gels, shaving cream, cuticle cream, nail hardener, aluminum-free powder, spray, or stick deodorant, sunblock, and tooth powders. This class is limited to six students. Note: A materials fee of $20 payable to instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 05373 $105 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 1 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Streett Studio in Bosque Farms Elizabeth Barnes-Streett Herbal Soapmaking—Cold Process Make your own handmade soap for personal use or to kick start a home-based business. This class utilizes the cold process from scratch, not melt and pour. Our instructor shares her experiences in retail, consignment, and in the arts and crafts selling venues. Whether you want to design your own soap recipe as your trademark or simply use tried and true methods, this class is for you. We focus on natural colors, fragrances, herbs and ingredients. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the time of class to cover workbook, ingredients and herbs. Bring a bath-size towel. The towel will not be damaged; it is used for insulation only. A reusable soap mold will be provided that you may keep. Course: 05375 $105 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 13 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Streett Studio in Bosque Farms Elizabeth Barnes-Streett

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Rolling Paper Beads: A New Spin on a Childhood Craft NEW If you can’t find beads you like or you just want to try your hand at making beads yourself, why not make some paper beads? Recycle your calendars, catalogs and other paper products and create unique pieces of art. The more interesting in color, pattern, and texture the paper is, the more interesting the bead will be. These are not your childhood beads! Note: Materials fee of $10 payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Please bring a pencil, ruler and scissors.

Course: 05372 $105 For: 1 session Section A: Aug 3 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Streett Studio in Bosque Farms Elizabeth Barnes-Streett

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Course: 05364 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 27 Sa 1:00pm-5:00pm Forrester Studio in SE Area Phoenix Forrester

The Pampered Lady Have you ever wondered about those marvelous spa recipes? Learn the basics of making salt glow scrubs, bath salts, dream pillows, bath bombs, fizzies and sachets. Make full-size samples in class to take home. A gift basket of these items will make anyone feel pampered and loved. The items are easy and inexpensive to make. Note: A materials fee of $20 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the class.


Sustainable Crafting Works NEW Be environmentally conscious while discovering your creative expression. In this class, crafters and non-crafters alike will learn about repurposing every-day items that would otherwise end up in landfills. Create new works of art using tins, glass bottles, plastics and more. Show it off in your decor, or use for gift giving. Note: A materials free of $10 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 05380 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 22 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Section B: Jul 27 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Both sections: CE South Building Robin Love Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay Create fine silver jewelry using Art Clay. Art Clay consists of silver particles in a non-toxic binder and water. It looks, feels and acts just like clay. When heated, the binder and water burn away to leave 99% pure silver. A kiln or inexpensive hand-held torch can be used for this process. Imagine the incredible jewelry possibilities! No previous art experience or skills are required. Beginners will be amazed at their success. Those who have worked with Precious Metal Clay before will be challenged with more difficult pieces. You will complete original pieces of jewelry, and learn to set up a “kitchen table” studio to continue working with Art Clay. Iliana Carrillo is an Art Clay certified Senior instructor by Art Clay World USA and a certified artisan by the PMC National Guild. Note: A materials fee of $95 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the class. Bring your lunch, a small work light and extension cord to class.

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Course: 05382 Section A: Jun 15 CE South Building Iliana Carrillo

$75 For: 1 session Sa 9:00am-5:00pm

Stained Glass: Beginning Learn the skills of cutting glass and assembling techniques for both copper foil and lead came with emphasis on soldering. One project will be done in each technique. All tools are provided. Note: A lab fee of $25 is payable at the beginning of the first class. Bring a sack lunch to each class meeting. Course: 05383 $210 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 23-30 Su 10:00am-4:00pm Section B: Jul 14-21 Su 10:00am-4:00pm Both sections: Hot Flash Glass Inc. Donna Greenstreet

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Introduction to Glass Fusing Learn the basic techniques of glass fusing. Create dichroic jewelry, a beautiful plate and a night light. Kiln sized and firing schedules will be discussed, as well as demonstrations of a variety of firing techniques. All materials included. Note: Closed shoes and long pants are required for safety. Course: 05384 Section A: Jun 15-22 Hot Flash Glass Inc. Karen Conty

$170 For: 2 sessions Sa 11:00am-2:00pm

Early New Mexico Punched Tin Work In this one-day hands-on workshop, you will learn the basic techniques of doing punched tin work. Learn and practice stamping, punching and soldering. Your class projects, which you can complete in class, are a night-light with electrical and a tin frame with mirror (approx. 15"x 20"). Note: A lab fee of $50, payable to the instructor, is due on the day of class to cover the materials needed for your projects and the use of all the tools. A half hour lunch break at noon will allow you enought time to finish your projects. Please bring a sack lunch. Course: 05395 $85 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 20 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm Note: G-T Stained Glass & Tin Works Ginny Arellanes Section B: Aug 3 Sa 8:00am-5:00pm Note: G-T Stained Glass & Tin Works Ginny Arellanes Book Arts: An Introduction NEW The Book Arts encompass the world of bookbinding, artists’ books, fine and design binding, and sculptural books. In this introductory class you will learn how to construct eight basic book structures which are 1) folded and glued, 2) sewn, and 3) non-traditional. Learn the basic techniques and discover which are best to express yourself artistically in a book format. The instructors will demo the techniques and students will have the opportunity to make each structure themselves. Individual attention will be provided by two instructors. The class is designed for people with no experience in book construction. Note: A materials fee of $35 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. A Materials list is also available at dce.unm.edu Course: 05396 $89 For: 3 sessions Section A: Jun 12-26 W 6:00pm-9:00pm CE South Building Carol Erickson & Pam MacKellar

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Retro Sampler Quilt NEW Create a wall-hanging-sized quilt top reminiscent of the 1930s, using today’s tools and techniques. A progression of nine unique blocks possesses all the charm of a bygone era and none of the tedious handwork. Develop skills such as paper-piecing, applique, and more. This course is suitable for those with basic sewing skills, rotary cutting experience, and knowledge of quilt construction. A limited supply of sewing machines is available for use free-of-charge at Ann Silva’s. Course: 05410 $95 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 2-30 T 6:00pm-8:30pm Ann Silva’s Sewing Center Afton Warrick Sewing: Beginning Enter the exciting world of sewing. You will be introduced to the sewing machine, sewing terms, working with a pattern, cutting, marking, and pressing techniques. Projects will include putting on a pocket, inserting a zipper, making buttonholes, working with fusible interfacing etc. Note: A materials fee of $5 is payable to the instructor on the first class meeting. Bring one yard of 45" wide medium weight woven fabric and matching spool of all purpose sewing thread to the first class. Course: 05411 $115 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 10-27 MTh 6:00pm-8:30pm Bernina Sewing Center Westside Nancy Lovett

Course: 05413 Section A: Jun 1-Jul 6 CE South Building Jeannie Fagerstrom

$100 For: 6 sessions Sa 10:00am-12:00pm

$100 For: 6 sessions Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm

Quilts Without Measure NEW Quilters will create a sampler quilt of blocks that are made with as little measurement as possible. The quilt blocks will be created in an impromptu fashion based on modern techniques. The finished quilt top will be modern, bright and fun! Some of the blocks that we will create include the Tic-Tac-Toe block, asterisk or firework block, wonky nine patch, wonky star, and a wonky sixteen patch. This technique is great for beginning and experienced quilters alike. This is also a great way to use up scraps and strings. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu Course: 05422 Section A: Jun 22-29 Quilts From the Heart Andra Ridout

$80 For: 2 sessions Sa 1:00am-5:00pm

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Course: 05415 Section A: Jun 1-Jul 6 CE South Building Jeannie Fagerstrom

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Crochet: A Beginning Course Feed your brain and exercise your fingers. Everyone is welcome: female, male, young or old. Students will learn how to do the basics of crochet: chain stitch, single crochet, and slip stitch. At least four new stitches each session will be learned for the first four weeks. In addition, students will be able to complete two or more projects from patterns and instructions (a scarf, hat and or dishcloths) provided by the instructor. Fun provided by the class. Please bring a crochet hook G or larger, skein of worsted yarn (at least one)—does not have to be new; check out thrift stores for fun finds. Please no black yarn.

Knitting: Beginning The art of hand knitting has been practiced for thousands of years and is still a popular hobby today. You too can learn this ancient art form. This course will provide an in-depth introduction to the basic knitting stitches: knit and purl, casting on and casting off, increasing and decreasing. Students will complete a project of their choice. This is a hands-on class with directed instruction and demonstrations. Note: A materials list is available at dce.unm.edu. Approximate cost of materials is $20.


Leisure Time Activities UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Relaxation. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Bicycle Repair: Park Tool Mechanic 101 This Bicycle Mechanics Course is designed to teach basic skills for the novice and advanced cyclists. The Park Tool School Mechanics Program will certify students, upon completion of required course materials. This certificate can be used for knowledge verification in the bicycle mechanic’s field. Note: A materials fee of $35 is payable to the instructor at the first class. Bring your bike to class, any tools you may have and a sack lunch.

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Course: 10652 Section A: Jul 10-Aug 7 CE North Building Paul Walton

$95 For: 4 sessions W 5:00pm-9:00pm

Introduction to Kayaking In this 9-hour clinic you will learn the basic skills needed to paddle any type of kayak on flat or moving water. This includes sit on tops, recreational, touring, whitewater and inflatable kayaks. Kayaking can be fun and easy if you learn the right techniques. This 1-day course starts out with a 4-hour lesson in an indoor, heated pool, where you learn the correct way to exit from a capsized kayak, and how to re-enter a dry boat from deep water in 1-minute or less. We’ll discuss concepts that keep our body in a safe and ergonomic position to harness the most power, with minimal effort. We’ll learn the basic strokes needed to move forward, backward and sideways, then we’ll refine the techniques to move our boat 2-3 times its length with a single stroke, literally making it glide across the water. The afternoon portion takes place on the Rio Grande Bosque, in Albuquerque’s own back yard. Here, we’ll practice the strokes we learned in the pool and apply it to moving water (no whitewater). We’ll build on our foundation and learn how to read the river, recognize and avoid common hazards in the river, paddle in any direction - including upstream - with effortless power. At the end of the day, you should be well prepared for outings to Cochiti, the Rio Grande Bosque or similar environments. The price includes all kayaks, gear and pool rental fees. Course: 10663 $195 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 29 Sa 8:00am-7:00pm Rio Grande Indoor Pool Kelly Gossett, New Mexico Kayak Instruction, Inc.

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Whitewater Kayaking Made Easy Have you been kayaking on calm water and want to step it up to class II-III whitewater? If so, this 26 hour course will introduce you to the most fun and excitement you can have on the water in New Mexico. Whitewater kayaking is a strategic game that anyone can play - once you learn the rules. It has nothing to do with strength, age, IQ or adrenalin and more to do with learning a few simple strategies, like reading the river, practicing boat control in mild current and exercising good judgment. In this 26 hour clinic, you’ll learn three easy ways to break complex rapids into a series of easy moves, more than a dozen river features of a typical class III rapid, which features are friendly, unfriendly and how to use them to your advantage. You’ll learn basic boat control skills, including how to safely exit a capsized kayak in an indoor heated pool before heading out to the world-famous Rio Grande Racecourse for a fun and exciting weekend of whitewater kayaking. This course finishes up with an introduction to the Kayak Roll. This price includes modern whitewater kayaks and kayaking gear. Camping gear, meals and transportation are not included. Course: 10665 $448 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jul 9-16 T 6:00pm-10:00pm SaSu 9:00am-6:00pm Rio Grande Indoor Pool & Camping Kelly Gossett, New Mexico Kayak Instruction, Inc. Golf I Beginning golfers will learn the theory, mechanics, and basic fundamentals of golf, rules, etiquette, and the use of irons and woods. Equipment will be furnished if needed. Tuition includes ball fee and use of golf clubs. Enrollment is limited. Course: 10668 $130 For: 7 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 Th 4:30pm-6:30pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Ladera Golf Course Wright Zimmerly, Golf Professional Section B: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 9:00am-11:00am Note: Class will not meet Jul 6. Puerto del Sol Golf Course John Kienle, Apprentice Professional Section C: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 11:00am-1:00pm Note: Class will not meet Jul 6. Puerto del Sol Golf Course John Kienle, Apprentice Professional Section D: Jun 15-Jul 27 Sa 9:00am-11:00am UNM Championship Golf Course Monty Mills, Golf Professional Section E: Jun 15-Jul 27 Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Santa Ana Golf Club Javier Chavez

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Golf II Improve your game. This course is for those who already have a grasp of the basic fundamentals of golf, have completed Level I, or have equivalent experience. Equipment will be furnished if needed. Tuition includes ball fee and use of golf clubs, but personal golf clubs would be preferred. Course: 10669 $130 For: 7 sessions Section A: Jun 15-Jul 27 Sa 3:00pm-5:00pm Santa Ana Golf Club Javier Chavez Section B: Jun 15-Jul 27 Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm UNM Championship Golf Course Monty Mills, Golf Professional Golf: Secrets for Success with the Shortgame This course is intended for individuals seeking to expand their knowledge of the shortgame. Focus on the different aspects necessary to lower your scores and improve your game. Topics covered: Chipping, Putting, Short pitches, Long pitches, Lob shots, Bunker shots. Course: 10672 $90 For: 3 sessions Section A: Jul 13-27 Sa 11:00am-1:00pm UNM Championship Golf Course Monty Mills, Golf Professional

Course: 10673 $245 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 9:00am-11:00am Rose Lee Stables in Edgewood Rose Lee

Course: 10674 $245 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 27 Sa 11:00am-1:00pm Rose Lee Stables in Edgewood Rose Lee Rock Climbing Experience the thrill and adventure of vertical rock climbing. Learn climbing techniques and the safe use of equipment through top roping. Gain the necessary basic skills to safely continue the journey into the world of vertical rock climbing. The course will be conducted at UNM’s climbing walls and in the field. All equipment will be provided (details will be given at the first class meeting.) Note: Field trip dates are June 8 and 27. Students need to bring one piece of 8 ft. long, 9-11 mm (3⁄8-7⁄8") thick accessory rope. Course: 10685 $125 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 4-15 TTh 6:30pm-9:30pm Sa 8:00am-5:00pm UNM Main Campus - Johnson Center Orlando Romero, American Mountain Guides Association, Certified Single Pitch Instructor Ropes Course Have you ever wondered what a High Ropes Course is or wanted to do one? This is your opportunity to be high on the UNM High Ropes Course. You can challenge yourself, work together, problem solve, build confidence and have fun in the process! Wear athletic shoes and athletic clothing (no tank tops) bring water and sunscreen. Camera is optional, but a great way to remember the day! Come alone or bring a spouse, a friend, a colleague, son or daughter (16 and over).

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Course: 10686 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 15 Sa 8:30am-12:30pm UNM Main Campus - Johnson Center Susan Harper, PhD, Coordinator and Facilitator of the UNM High Ropes Confidence Course and Rock Climbing Program

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Horseback Riding: Beginning This beginning class is designed for the person with little or no horse experience. Students will learn how to catch and saddle their horse, ride at the walk and trot. The basics of horse maintenance, health care, and the cost of both. We start with a basic understanding of the horse’s mind, jokingly called “Horse Psychology 101.” We’ll go over different breeds and their characteristics, what the “perfect” horse would be, and how to find him. A major topic of this class is safety around horses, related to how the horse thinks and processes things going on around him. It all comes together for a relaxing and educational way to spend two hours a week.

Horseback Riding: Intermediate This intermediate class is designed for students who have taken the beginning course. If you’re thinking of becoming a horse-owner or already have a horse, this class will benefit you greatly. We’ll cover the horse’s mind, responses, and general way of thinking. Learn to control the speed of the lope, and why leads are important. Conformation, health care, maintenance, and the average cost of what is required to be a horse owner are covered. Many of these subjects are covered in the beginner class, but we go into much more detail, and get more “hands-on” experience in this class. One week is left open for student special interest.


Music, Dance & Theatre UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Music, Dance & Theatre. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Community Big Band This ten-week class provides the supportive environment and quality instruction to successfully negotiate big band arrangements. This class focuses on developing and refining a varied repertoire of jazz arrangements. An end-of-class recital will showcase the band’s accomplishments. Enrollment is on a first-come, firstserve basis until all chairs are full. Note: New Mexico Jazz Workshop member discount available.

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Course: 12740 $125 For: 10 sessions Section A: Jun 9-Aug 11 Su 12:30pm-2:00pm New Mexico Jazz Workshop Aaron Lovato The Human Voice—Jazz Style This fast paced performance class is open to singers of all levels. With the aid of the teacher and the band you will choose one song that you will perform in the recital. We will look at arrangements, standard intros and endings for songs and choose a key that brings out the best in your voice. Whether you are a beginning singer looking to explore the tunes you’ve always wanted to sing or a more advanced singer wanting to dig deeper into the subtleties of your tone and interpretation, this class is for you. Paying close attention to the whole body as the instrument, we’ll strengthen and stretch to get the most out of your voice. We’ll get into the dynamics of lyrics and timing to discover the magic of phrasing. Our recital will give you a chance to sing and strut your stuff in front of an audience. Course: 12741 $155 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Jul 25 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm New Mexico Jazz Workshop Patty Stephens

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Latin Jazz & Improvisation This popular class gives participants a comprehensive first hand understanding of the main ingredients in Latin Jazz rhythms and genres such as bossa nova, salsa, and samba as well as a practical approach to the different styles of accompaniment and improvision tailored to their particular instrument or vocal abilities. Material for the class includes compositions of traditional well-known Latin Jazz artists, as well as lesser-known contemporary composers and musicians and everything in-between. All insturments and vocalists are welcome. Note: New Mexico Jazz Workshop member discount available. Course: 12742 $100 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Jul 30 T 6:00pm-7:30pm New Mexico Jazz Workshop Rodolfo Gonzalez Modern Jazz This 8 week class will focus on building a solid ensemble ready for a performance at a night club at the end of class. The material and arrangements will be chosen and developed especially for this group by the participants themselves with the help of veteran ensemble leader Lewis Winn. Through teamwork and communication the best possible conditions will be created for each individual to shine. Lewis Winn has been a working musician and teacher for nearly 40 years. In addition to various classes at the New Mexico Jazz Workshop he has also taught at UNM, College of Santa Fe, and University of Montana. Course: 12743 $100 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 11-Jul 30 T 7:30pm-9:00pm Note: New Mexico Jazz Workshop member discount available. New Mexico Jazz Workshop Lewis Winn Jazz Guitar This class will focus on ‘the mind of the jazz guitarist’. How does he/she see the fingerboard? How does he/ she perceive and analyze music? The class will look at different tunes and discuss different concepts for the fingerboard. Jazz phrasing will be discussed and we will also cover the different schools of right and left hand approaches. Chord voicings will be touched on as well. Required Text: Jazz Warm Ups for Guitar by Michael Anthony (available at Music Mart). New Mexico Jazz Workshop member discount available. Course: 12745 $90 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 24-Jul 29 M 6:00pm-7:30pm New Mexico Jazz Workshop Michael Anthony Register Now! Continuing Education is a self-sustaining department. All courses have set minimum enrollments and decisions on course cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register.

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Guitar: Beginning This is a course for the beginning guitarist. Its objective is to get the students playing quickly, by emphasizing chords and right-hand strumming and figure picking patterns. The basic fundamentals of music, including note reading, rhythm, and harmonic structure will also be covered. Careful attention is given to proper playing technique. Familiar songs from the folk era of the Twentieth Century to popular music will be used as material to help the student have fun and make progress. The students must bring a playable acoustic guitar to every class meeting. Note: A materials fee of $5 payable to the instructor at first class meeting to cover text and teaching materials.

Introduction to Hammered Dulcimer The hammered dulcimer is a fascinating folk instrument, the existence of which spans most of recorded history. Join us for a fun introduction to this ancient treasure that has found a growing niche in the varied musical styles of modern America. During this class, the focus will be on playing both familiar and new tunes while learning good playing techniques. We’ll share a bit of interesting dulcimer history as we go along. No previous musical experience is required. If you have a hammered dulcimer, dust it off and bring it along. If not, a limited number of fine Masterworks instruments are available for class use or rental. The required text will be available for purchase at the first class.

Course: 12753 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Th 5:00pm-6:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. CE South Building J. Francisco Muñoz

Course: 12760 Section A: Jun 5-Jul 10 APS Aztec Complex Johanna Jimenez

Guitar: Beginning II This course is intended for guitarists with moderate experience on the instrument. Prerequisite: Guitar I Through various styles of music including (but not limited to) pop, rock, blues, and classical, the class will aim to improve playing technique and expand musical knowledge in a fun, supportive, and productive atmosphere. By using familiar and popular songs as a vehicle, the class will discuss topics like strumming patterns, finger picking, chord and scale vocabulary, and barre chords. Inevitably, the class will also cover general musical concepts and how they apply to both the songs and the guitar. Students will need a playable acoustic guitar for every class meeting.

Course: 12762 $235 For: 8 sessions Section B: Jun 5-Jul 31 W 7:00pm-8:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 3. Section A: Jun 8-Aug 3 Sa 10:30am-12:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 6. Both sections: Music Magic Studio Mark Gutierrez Beginning Piano 2 This course is designed to follow the Adult Beginning Piano 1 class. Students will continue to develop their note reading skills and expand on their knowledge of basic theory concepts as they learn new music in many new keys. Required Text: Piano for Adults Book 1, Bastien (KPIB) is available at Music Mart. Course: 12763 $235 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 4-Jul 30 T 6:30pm-8:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 2. Music Magic Studio Mark Gutierrez

Course: 12756 $90 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Jul 17 W 7:00pm-8:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 3. Segara Residence in NE Area Daniel Mahony, MPhil

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Harmonica for Beginners In this six-week course we will learn to play popular campfire melodies, and to play blues. A CD of the great orchestral, jazz, blues and rock players is included. We will cover the history, design and repair of the instrument. Instructor has been a professional piano player and teacher for many years, and began playing harmonica as a youngster. Note: Course-materials fee of $15 for CDs and instruction sheets is payable to instructor. Optional $5 harmonica can be purchased from the instructor. This course is for beginners only.

Beginning Piano This course is designed for the adult beginning piano student. Students will be able to play a variety of piano pieces using a text designed by Jane Bastien. No previous knowledge of music or piano is necessary to participate. Students will enjoy working individually and with others to learn how to play the piano. Required Text: Piano for Adults Book 1, Bastien (KPIB) is available at Music Mart.

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Course: 12754 $105 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Th 6:30pm-8:00pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. CE South Building J. Francisco Muñoz

$85 For: 6 sessions W 7:00pm-8:30pm


Group Piano 3 Students who have completed Piano 1 and 2 will progress through the course material in Piano for Adults Book 1. If you have not taken Piano 1 or 2, a year of recent private piano study is recommended. Required Text: Piano for Adults Book 1, available at Music Mart. Course: 12764 $235 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 29 M 6:00pm-7:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 1. Music Magic Studio Mark Gutierrez Group Piano 4 This course is designed to follow the Group Piano 3 class. Students will complete the instruction book introduced in the Beginning Piano 1 class. Concluding material will include challenging blues songs, lead sheet notation, holiday favorites, classical pieces and various finger exercises. Students who complete this course may chose to continue by enrolling in Piano Second Time Around. Required Text: Piano for Adults Book 1, Bastien (KPIB), available at Music Mart. Course: 12765 $235 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Th 6:00pm-7:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 4. Music Magic Studio Mark Gutierrez

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Piano Second Time Around This course is designed for those who have taken a long hiatus from playing piano and would like to pick it up again. Each student will be able to discover what he or she already knows and to continue to build on existing skills. Foundations of music fundamentals, theory, and piano technique will be covered to assist students in achieving their goals. If you once played piano and are not sure exactly what you remember, but would like to try again, this class is for you! Course: 12766 $235 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Aug 3 Sa 4:00pm-5:30pm Note: This class will not meet Jul 6. Music Magic Studio Mark Gutierrez Tango Argentine tango is widely recognized as one of the most passionate dances. The connection in tango transcends the physical realm and allows you to experience beauty in the form of dance. Learn to combine intensity with elegance and strength with flexibility in this authentic style of tango. In this course, we will introduce you to all three common styles of Argentine tango: milonguero, salon & nuevo. No partner required. Note: A $20 floor fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Course: 12769 $105 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 5-Aug 21 W 7:00pm-9:00pm Double Time Dance Studio John Henry and DT Instructors

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Dancing for Fun and Physique The intention of Basic Ballet Technique and Physique is dance appreciation taught in a supportive fun manner that is encouraging and rewarding to all participants and is appropriate for adolescents, adults, UNM students, and senior citizens regardless of their dance experience. This class utilizes dance theory educating one on the nature and mechanics of dance to include origins, styles, footwork and artistic expression. Dance becomes subtle exercise documented by significant scientific research in weight management and reduction of cardiovascular disease. Attire is non-binding clothing and ballet shoes. Note: An additional $10 special fee for guest artists is payable to the instructor at the first class meeting. Course: 12773 $90 For: 10 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 15 Th 5:00pm-6:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Stardust Dance Academy Dina Reid, CNP, MS Country Western Dance In this friendly and non-intimidating environment you’ll learn the basics steps and beyond, or update what you already know of the most popular western dances done at local night clubs. Dances include Swing, 2-Step, Waltz, Cotton-Eyed Joe and Night Club 2-Step. Enjoy dance outings to local dance venues (some for under 21) to practice with fellow students. Classes open to students 13 years old and up. No partner is required - singles and couples welcome. Couples are encouraged (but not required) to rotate in class. We will try to maintain an even ratio of men and women. Note: $45 Individual/$75 Couple. Course: 12776 $45 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Jul 18 Th 7:00pm-8:30pm Note: $45 Individual/$70 Couple. Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Lloyd Shaw Studio Susan and Gary Kellogg Honky Tonk Style Country Swing Learn from John Henry, New Mexico’s 2006 country champion. This ain’t no ballroom country. This is a throw-down at the hoedown. The class will consist of Appalachia style swing, Zydeco polka, Texas triple two and “real” country waltz. We will also touch on the cotton eyed-joe and the shottish. The history and origins of these dances will be explained throughout the course. Note: A $20 Floor Fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first class session, fee includes CD. Course: 12777 $55 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Th 7:00pm-8:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. Double Time Dance Studio John Henry and DT Instructors

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L.A. Style Salsa This course will be covering LA style salsa as well as bachata, cumbia, and cha cha. This popular style is danced in the clubs of LA, New York, and around the world. During this series, we will prepare you to move through these sexy dances with confidence at any event you attend. Have more fun this summer than you ever imagined! No partner required. Note: A $20 floor fee is payable to the instructor at the first class meeting. Course: 12778 $95 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 22 M 8:00pm-10:00pm Double Time Dance Studio John Henry and DT Instructors Contemporary, Modern Dance Techniques for Fitness NEW Modern Dance is an exciting American performing art form. It is a multicultural dance form, created by the American experience. This class is an invigorating and thorough contemporary dance workout! Various kinds of music are used to stimulate and activate the movements. It starts with a warm-up to safely stretch and strengthen the body and de-stress the mind. It continues with the dynamic JOY of DANCE, utilizing fundamental Modern Dance movements. Whole body exercise, increased coordination, stress release and body-mind integration are benefits for everyone. No previous dance experience necessary—both men and women are welcome! Wear loose comfortable exercise clothing to dance. Course: 12780 $75 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 6-27 Th 6:30pm-7:45pm Section B: Jul 11-Aug 1 Th 6:30pm-7:45pm Both sections: CE North Building Joan Gonwa, MA, CMA

Singing for Those Who Can’t Sing After many years as a professional musician, Dan Mahony has developed a method of teaching those who “can’t carry a tune,” or have other singing difficulties. Students progress through five stages in a supportive atmosphere. Note: A materials fee of $10, includes CDs and instruction sheets, is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first class. Course: 12792 $95 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 15 M 7:00pm-8:30pm Note: This Class will not meet on Jul 1. Segara Residence in NE Area Daniel Mahony, MPhil

$95 For: 6 sessions T 6:00pm-7:30pm

Register Now! Continuing Education is a self-sustaining department. All courses have set minimum enrollments and decisions on course cancellations are made 2-3 days prior to the start date of each class. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register.

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Course: 12788 Section A: Jun 4-Jul 9 CE North Building Leyla Najma

Course: 12791 $95 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Jul 18 Th 7:00pm-8:30pm Segara Residence in NE Area Diana Segara, MA

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Hip Phylosophy: Belly Dancing This class is a journey of self discovery conbined with the proper training to get you started on your belly dance path to fitness and fun. Belly dance is a dance that is combined with isolation and controlled movements with a purpose, the first step will be in understanding how to position yourself and how to find “your” center of balance. Class time will be one and a half hours and will include stretches, and time for discussion and questions and answers at the end of class. Please bring comfotable clothing.

Singing Learn to sing with more confidence and control, solo and/or group with a certified singing teacher. Includes modern technology and learning materials. Easy-tolearn techniques combined with fun performance practice. Note: A materials fee of $25, which includes a vocal exercise CD, is payable to the instructor at the beginning of the first class. You must be able to carry a tune. Students must attend first class.


Photography UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Photography. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Photography and Intuition This class will be an exploration of the intersection of photography and intuition. This class is about developing a deeper perception as a photographer so as to inform your own work and appreciate the photography of others. This class is based on the teaching, writing, exercises and photography of Minor White. Students will learn from assignments, in-class exercises, lectures and discussions. Course: 13819 $50 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 27-Aug 1 Th 1:30pm-2:45pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. CE South Building Dan Noyes

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UNM Employees: You may use your personal enrichment tuition remission benefit for all classes listed in Potpourri. For complete tuition remission policy information please contact the benefits office at 505-277-MyHR.

Introduction to Private Investigation Using lecture, demonstration, invited guest experts and special projects, this course will provide persons interested in the field of private investigations with a look at the day-to-day activities of a working PI. We will present the history/development of the scientific method of investigation, applications to other disciplines (medicine, law, journalism, social work, research, etc.), introduce the latest techniques of criminal investigation, identify crimes and criminals with whom the PI interacts, and will acquaint those interested, including the avid mystery reader/writer, with frame of reference of the private investigator. Course requirement: an uncontrollable desire to know Who, What, When, Where, How and Why! Course: 15910 $90 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Aug 8 Th 6:30pm-8:30pm Note: This Class will not meet on Jul 4. CE North Building Patricia Caristo, Licensed Private Investigator, NIA/NM

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Travvy Savvy—Travel Smart Do you love to travel? Wish you could do it without hauling your big suitcase around? Do you often catch a cold from breathing “airplane air” (replete with passenger’s cough and sneeze spray)? Does jet lag slow you down, preventing you from taking advantage of all the fun you planned? Suffer no more! Pamela Cornish, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, has visited or lived in 50 countries, and has learned how to stay healthy, pack wisely, get maximum value for her travel dollar, and create delightful adventures. Whether you are a novice, veteran, or armchair traveler, by taking this class, you are bound to glean useful tips and skills for navigating your next journey, and enjoy optimal health and energy throughout the entire trip! Buon Viaggio! Note: A $5 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 15915 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 27 Sa 8:30am-12:30pm CE South Building Dr. Pamela Cornish, D.O.M.

Youth Note: Parents or guardians must sign students in and out of each class session unless prior permission is given. Please download and complete the Emergency Contact Form and Code of Conduct at dce.unm.edu/Youth under Youth Program Forms and bring them to the first class session.

Camps On-Campus Day Camp: (ages 6-8 & 9-10) During this three-week camp, campers will enjoy a variety of activities while making new friends in a safe, fun environment. The theme this session is the Rain Forest. Bring a morning snack. Free lunch is provided between 12-1 p.m, in cooperation with the City of Albuquerque. Campers attending Youth Sports Fitness will be escorted to Johnson Center. Early care (8-9am) is available. Course: 17300 $175 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 3-20 MTWTh 9:00am-1:00pm Note: This section is for 6-8-year-olds. Section B: Jun 3-20 MTWTh 9:00am-1:00pm Note: This section is for 9-10 year-olds. Both sections: UNM Main Campus Continuing Education Staff

Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320


LEGO Model Designer Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10) Spend five half days building LEGO models like the Swing-o-Rama, Pyramid, Tornado, Mini Golf and then come up with unique ideas to modify and change them up using gears, axles, motors and more. In addition, campers will play LEGO board games, LEGO Wii and receive a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. On Campus Day Camp: (ages 6-8 and 9-10) During this three-week camp, campers will enjoy a variety of activities while making new friends in a safe, fun environment. The theme this session is upcycle/recycle (ages 9-10) and pirates (ages 6-8). Lunch is provided at no cost in cooperation with the City of Albuquerque. Campers attending Youth Sports Fitness will be escorted to Johnson Center. Early care (8-9am) is available. Course: 17320 $175 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 24-Jul 11 M-Th 9:00am-1:00pm Note: This section is for 6-8 year-olds. Class will not meet on Jul 4. Section B: Jun 24-Jul 11 M-Th 9:00am-1:00pm Note: This section is for 9-10 year-olds. Class will not meet on Jul 4. Both sections: UNM Main Campus Continuing Education Staff Early Bird Camp Care Early bird, before-camp care is offered for campers enrolled in On-Campus Summer Day Camps, courses 17300 and 17320. Pre-registration is required. Course: 17301 $75 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 3-20 MTWTh 8:00am-9:00am Section B: Jun 24-Jul 11 MTWTh 8:00am-9:00am Both sections: UNM Main Campus Continuing Education Staff

$165 For: 5 sessions M-F 8:30am-12:00pm M-F 8:30am-12:00pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm

LEGO Animal Grossology Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10) Discover the zany biology of our animal friends and build different creatures each day on the way to becoming a certified Grossologists. Customize your creations with gears, axles, motors and more. In addition, campers will play LEGO board games, LEGO Wii, enjoy LEGO creative free play and more. Each child receives a Bricks4Kidz t-shirt. Course: 17141 Section A: Jun 10-14 CE South Building Pat Masters Section B: Jun 10-14 CE South Building Pat Masters Section C: Jun 10-14 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias Section D: Jun 10-14 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias

$165 For: 5 sessions M-F 8:30am-12:00pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm M-F 8:30am-12:00pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm

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Course: 17999 $150 For: 12 sessions Section A: Jun 3-20 M-Th 1:00pm-5:00pm Section B: Jun 24-Jul 11 M-Th 1:00pm-5:00pm Note: Camp will not meet on Jul 4. Both sections: UNM Main Campus-Johnson Center Online: dce.unm.edu Phone: 505-277-0077 Fax: 505-277-1990 | Information: 505-277-6320

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Youth Sports Fitness (ages 6-14) UNM Youth Sports Fitness provides skill instruction in a wide variety of sports activities including tennis, tumbling, soccer, badminton, softball, volleyball, basketball, track and field and swimming. Good sportsmanship will be emphasized. The 6-7 year-old group, will participate in modified sports activities plus tumbling. All activities take place in Johnson Center and on Johnson Fields on the UNM Main Campus. REFUNDS: Tuition fees minus a $15 registration fee will be refunded before the first class meeting. A refund of 50% of the tuition will be made during the first week of each session. No refunds will be made available after the first week and no phone requests will be honored. If a child is experiencing difficulty adjusting to the program or activities and the director determines that participation should be terminated, a pro-rated refund will be made.

Course: 17144 Section A: Jun 3-7 CE South Building Pat Masters Section B: Jun 3-7 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias Section C: Jun 3-7 CE South Building Pat Masters Section D: Jun 3-7 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias

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LEGO Camp: Amusement Park Mania (ages 6-10) Spend five half-days building LEGO models like Tsunami, Cyclone, Swing-o-Rama, Tornado and other amusement park rides. Modify the models using gears, axles, motors and battery packs. In addition, campers will play LEGO board games, LEGO Wii and receive a Bricks4Kidz t-shirt. Families are invited on the last day to watch a video of the week’s fun. Course: 17142 Section A: Jun 24-28 CE South Building Pat Masters Section B: Jun 24-28 CE South Building Pat Masters Section C: Jun 24-28 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias Section D: Jun 24-28 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias

$165 For: 5 sessions M-F 8:30pm-12:00pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm M-F 8:30am-12:00pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm

Course: 17143 Section A: Jul 22-26 CE South Building Pat Masters Section C: Jul 22-26 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias Section C: Jul 22-26 CE South Building Pat Masters Section D: Jul 22-26 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias

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LEGO NASA Space Camp (ages 6-10) Enjoy this week-long, full day LEGO camp with a space/Star Wars theme. Participants build LEGO models based on NASA space missions, including the Space Shuttle, Satellites, robots, space orbiters, centrifuges and more. In addition, there’s Star Wars LEGO and model building, free LEGO play, LEGO Wii, computer games and more. Each participant receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. $165 For: 5 sessions M-F 8:30am-12:00pm M-F 8:30am-12:00pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm

LEGO Olympics Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10) It is a five-day LEGO Olympics camp, where children build Basketball, soccer, field hockey, gymnastics, Pentathalon and Olympic village models. In addition, participants will use their creativity to build althletic stadiums and modify bricks with gears, axles, motors and more. Play LEGO board games, LEGO Wii computer games, enjoy free play and more. Each participant receives a Bricks 4 Kidz t-shirt. Course: 17139 Section A: Jul 22-26 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias Section B: Jul 22-26 CE South Building Pat Masters Section C: Jul 22-26 UNM West - Rio Rancho Magda Tobias Section D: Jul 29-Aug 2 CE South Building Pat Masters

M-F 1:00pm-4:30pm M-F 1:00pm-4:00pm M-F 8:30am-12:00pm

The Magic of Realistic Drawing (ages 9-14) Calling all aspiring artists! This fun-filled learning experience, taught by artist Eric Teitelbaum, creator of the Pink Panther comic strip, includes step-by-step lessons on how to create realistic drawings—using charcoal, pen and ink, and water color. Activities cover elements of art, still-life, realistic sketching, shadow effects, perspective, point-to-point drawing and more. All materials are included. Course: 17060 Section A: Jun 10-12 CE South Building Eric Teitelbaum

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$165 For: 5 sessions M-F 8:30am-12:00pm

$120 For: 3 sessions MTW 9:00am-12:00pm

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Funny Pictures: Cartooning for Kids (ages 9-14) Make this the summer to develop your creative skills! Participants will learn cartooning from Eric Teitelbaum, cocreator of the Pink Panther comic strip whose drawings have also been featured in the New Yorker Magazine. Course: 17720 Section A: Jun 10-12 CE South Building Eric Teitelbaum

$120 For: 3 sessions MTW 1:00pm-4:00pm

Computer Video Game Design Mini-Camp (ages 10-16) From the history of games to designing characters, developing a story-line to basic motion and effects, video game fans will learn computer video game design techniques. You’ll use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Flash software to create your designs. Course: 17725 $120 For: 3 sessions Section A: Jun 10-12 MTW 9:00am-12:00pm CE South Building Scott Saltsman Advanced Computer Game Design (ages 10-16) This workshop is for those who have taken Computer Video Game design or have permission of the instructor. Take your games to the next level using the advanced features of Adobe Flash in creating levels of interactivity for game development. Students will develop advanced skills in storyboarding, project layout and character design while using the special effects features of Flash for creating interactive game motion graphics. Learn from an instructor whose worked has included Spiderman and X-man projects. Course: 17323 Section A: Jun 13 CE South Building Scott Saltsman

$120 For: 1 session Th 9:00am-4:00pm

An Introduction to Computer Animation & Special Effects (ages 9-16) Calling all animation lovers! If you’d like to learn how motion graphics and computer effects are generated and the digital techniques for creating your own animated short, then this information-packed summer workshop is just what you’re looking for. From building digital design, to mastering special software, to story-boarding, special effects and sound files, this program provides a fun-filled learning experience for young artists who are fascinated by the world of special effects animation. Jib-jab anyone?! Course: 17324 Section A: Jun 10-12 CE South Building Scott Saltsman

$120 For: 3 sessions MTW 1:00pm-4:00pm

LEGO We Do Robotics (ages 6-9) NEW Using Intel-powered Classmate PC’s and LEGO Education sets and software, participants will build and program robotic models featuring working motors and sensors. Through a balance of instruction, tam and independent work, students will have a blast while building skills in science, technology, engineer and math, as well as language and literacy. Course: 17501 $175 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 3-7 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Section B: Jun 10-26 MW 5:15pm-6:15pm Section C: Jul 29-Aug 2 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm All sections: ABQ’s Playroom

Course: 17502 $175 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 10-14 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Section B: Jun 10-26 MW 4:00pm-4:45pm Section C: Jul 22-26 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm All sections: ABQ’s Playroom

Naomi Sandweiss

Youth Program Supervisor

Youth

Naomi Sandweiss loves working with kids and providing educational opportunities for youngsters outside the classroom. Previously, she worked as Program Director for a youth-serving non-profit and as a summer program educator. Naomi earned an M.A. in Education in 1989. Phone: 505-277-0698 | Fax: 505-277-8975 | Email: naomis@unm.edu Follow us: /UNMCEYouth

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Machines and Mechanisms (ages 4-5) NEW Curious four and five year-olds will build and investigate real-world machines while learning about mechanical principles. Working in pairs with support from instructors, each session includes building, songs, books, games and crafts. Using LEGO Education sets, students, learn about wind power, gears, pulleys, levers, balance and more. Note: Each session includes 5 free play passes to ABQ’s Playroom.

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Acting for Stage & Screen (ages 6-10) NEW This full-day camp allows kids to explore all aspects of acting, from working on plays and scripts to creating their own character onstage and acting for the camera. We will also learn face painting, how to make our own commercials, and play lots of hilarious improv games that kids can teach their friends! The last class will be a show starring our young actors for friends and family. Course: 17138 Section A: Jun 24-28 CE South Building Sol Acting Academy, Staff

$200 For: 5 sessions M-F 8:30am-4:00pm

Maxwell Museum Children’s Summer Camp (ages 8-12) Travel around the world and back with Maxwell Museum of Anthropology’s summer camp. Through hands-on activities such as archeology digs, fossil investigations, instrument making, bread baking and more, participants explore archeology, the lives of early humans, fossils, world music, global cultures and Native American traditions. All activities take place on the UNM Campus at the Maxwell Museum/Hibben Center. Wear proper shoes and bring a hat and sunscreen for outside activities. Please bring a lunch, snack and water. Parking is available in the Maxwell Museum’s west parking lot for pick up/drop off.

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Course: 17456 $190 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 17-20 M-Th 9:00am-5:00pm Section B: Jul 15-18 M-Th 9:00am-5:00pm Both sections: Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Amy Grochowski Creative Arts Camp presented by the NM Jazz Workshop (ages 6-12) Since 1993, the NM Jazz workshop has activated the minds of hundreds of children with this fun and educational camp. Each morning, campers focus on musical skills. Afternoons are spent in elective classes such as dance and visual arts. No previous musical experience is required. Aftercare is available.

Kindermusik at ABQ’s Playroom (ages 1.5-3 & 3-5) NEW Children sing, dance, play instruments and read stories while exploring more advanced elements of music including melody, tempo and dynamics. Five free playtime passes to ABQ’s Playroom are included with registration. Course: 17503 $60 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 8-Jul 13 Sa 10:45am-11:15am Section B: Jun 8-Jul 13 Sa 11:30am-12:15pm Section C: Jun 17-21 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm All sections: ABQ’s Playroom Introduction to Wood Carving Animals (ages 11-16) NEW Learn how to coax shapes and figures from a block of wood! Spend five half-days in this hands-on class where you will be introduced to the use of tools, carving safety, following patterns and the skills it takes to carve wood. Foster hand-eye coordination and confidence as you turn out an unique figure. You may even create something you want to enter into the state fair! Participants will be invited to follow up the class at Rio Grande Wood Carvers Meetings. Note: A materials fee of $25 is payable to the instructor at the first class session. Course: 17111 $115 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 22-26 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm CE South Building Rebecca Anderson, MA Clay Creations (ages 6-10) Students will enjoy hands-on clay activities including pinch pots, coil pots and mosaics. Note: A Materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor at the first class session. Course: 17100 $125 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 22-Jul 26 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm CE North Building Gary R. Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher

Course: 17457 $335 For: 10 sessions Section A: Jun 3-14 M-F 9:00am-3:00pm Section B: Jun 17-28 M-F 9:00am-3:00pm Both sections: Albuquerque Center for Spiritual Living Nicole Larsen Half-Day Drum Camp (ages 7-14) Learn and practice African drumming, make your very own gourd drum and shekere, experience dancing, and participate in a performance at the end of the week. All drums, instruments and supplies are provided. Course: 17450 Section A: Jul 15-19 UNM Main Campus Rosario Carelli

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$150 For: 5 sessions M-F 9:00am-12:00pm

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Just for Teens Architecture & Design Career Discover Camp for Teens (ages 14-17) High school students participate in a one-week studio workshop designed to tap their creativity and expose them to the field of architecture and other design disciplines. The program is centered around hands-on activities, fieldtrips and instruction by the Architecture faculty at the University of New Mexico. Students’ work will be displayed. Each student will also receive their own high-quality design kit. Course: 17225 Section A: Jul 29-Aug 2 UNM Main Campus Atsuko Sakai

The Hobbit, Improvised: A Half-Day Camp (ages 6-12) NEW Join us as we create our own uncommon journey based on the timeless storyof the home-loving hobbit Bilbo Baggins by JRR Tolkien. A story that spans a land with dragons and itinerant wizards, trolls, dwarves and elves, tree people, giants and men (and hobbits of course) whose stories all intertwine to recover the treasure at the center of the Lonely Mountain and return it to its rightful owner! Personal growth and all forms of heroism are central themes of this epic story that we will improvise together. Our journey into Middle Earth will be created by the students and performed at the end of the session in a Final Show for family and friends complete with costumes!

Course: 17523 Section A: Jun 3-6 Section B: Jun 17-20 Section C: Jul 15-18 Section D: Jul 22-25 All sections: High Desert Katja Lauterstein

Course: 17350 $325 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 24-28 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Section B: Jul 22-26 M-F 9:00am-5:00pm Both sections: DATA Charter School John Grace Cooking for Teens & Tweens: Comfort Foods (ages 13-17) NEW Everybody loves comfort foods. In this three-hour class, you will prepare (and sample!) favorite comfort foods includng macaroni and cheese, Texas Chile, spaghetti and meat balls and oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. Take home the recipes and surprise your family with your new cooking skills. A materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor at the start of class. Course: 17540 $55 For: 1 session Section A: Jun 6 Th 6:00pm-9:00pm Los Altos Christian Church Gilda Latzky, with 25 years of cooking experience, studied at the Culinary Institute of America

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High Desert Yoga Camp (ages 6-11) NEW High Desert Yoga Kids Camp provides a safe and nurturing environment where children can strengthen their sense of confidence, focus, breath, creativity, physical awareness and appreciation of their whole being through yoga, movement and art. Campers will learn yoga poses, games, mindfulness and self-calming techniques, breathing practices and fun songs.

Film Camp (ages 13-18) Over the course of five days, students build technical and production skills, culminating in completed film scenes ready for screening. Learn the basics of camcorder operation, how to compose a shot, maximize the power of visuals, basic lighting and grip techniques and how to a capture quality sound on location. Completed scenes might be screened for friends & family. The emphasis of the camp is on fun, but we might discover the next Steven Spielberg.

$120 For: 4 sessions M-Th 1:00pm-4:00pm M-Th 1:00pm-4:00pm M-Th 1:00pm-4:00pm M-Th 1:00pm-4:00pm Yoga - Nob Hill

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Course: 17137 $130 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jul 22-26 M-F 1:00pm-4:00pm Section B: Jul 29-Aug 2 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Both sections: CE South Building Sol Acting Academy, Staff

$320 For: 5 sessions M-F 10:00am-3:00pm

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Introduction to Silversmithing and Jewelry Making (ages 13-17) Do you love jewelry? Do you want to create your own? During this two-session class, participants will make a sterling silver ring and earrings, bracelets or pendants under the guidance of a jeweler. Techniques used include shaping, cutting, filing, shaping metal, silver soldering, punching, dapping and doming, cleaning, hammering, and finishing pieces by hand. Note: A materials fee of $80 is payable to the instructor at the first session and includes all materials. No prior experience necessary. Course: 17543 $50 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 14-15 FSa 10:00am-1:00pm Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA Easy & Fabulous Jewelry Etching (ages 13-17) Put your drawing skills to great use on earrings, pendants, bracelets or belt buckles. During this two-session class, participants will draw, stamp and place resists and designs on brass and copper and then work with etched pieces to create wearable art. Techniques include cleaning etched metal, cutting, dapping, drilling, filing, shaping metal, applying finishes and more. No prior experience necessary. Note: A materials fee of $75 is payable to the instructor at the first class session.

Introduction to Enameling (ages 13-17) NEW Enameling is the colorful result of fusing powdered glasses to metal with high heat, forming a durable coating. This class provides you with an overview of the ancient art of enameling, from metal preparation, properties of enamel, including dry and wet applications, kiln firing, and safe studio practices. Students willcreate wearable and non-wearable enameled works, using copper as a base. The focus will be on learning varied approaches to applying enamel to the copper surface and taking work to a finished degree. No previous jewelry making or metalworking experience is necessary. Note: Materials fee of $85 due at the beginning of first class. Course: 17542 $50 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jun 21-22 FSa 10:00am-1:00pm Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

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Course: 17541 $50 For: 3 sessions Section A: Jun 7-8 FSa 10:00am-1:00pm Diener Studio in SW Area - Downtown Kristin Diener, MFA

Tween/Teen Yoga Camp (ages 12-17) Teens will challenge themselves with a sweet combination of physical vigor, deep relaxation and fun. Yoga practice offers benefits including stress reduction, better breathing, improving focus and cultivating confidence. No yoga experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothing, preferably where you can see the knees. Course: 17520 Section A: Jun 6-Aug 1 Section A: Jun 24-27 Both sections: High Desert Katja Lauterstein

$110 For: 8 sessions Th 4:15pm-5:15pm M-Th 1:00pm-4:00pm Yoga - Nob Hill

Beginning Rock Climbing (ages 13-17) Experience the thrill and adventure of vertical rock climbing. Learn climbing, belaying, and rappelling techniques and the safe use of equipment. Get active, learn a new skill and have some fun this summer! All equipment will be provided including shoes, harness, helmet, ropes and hardware. Students need to bring an 8 ft. long thick accessory rope (9-11 mm) to learn knots. Wear athletic clothes and bring a waiver signed by parent and participant. (Waiver available at registration.) Class will consist of two days on climbing walls. Course: 17001 $75 For: 2 sessions Section A: Jul 20-27 Sa 8:00am-12:00pm UNM Main Campus - Johnson Center Susan Harper, PhD, Coordinator and Facilitator of the UNM High Ropes Confidence Course and Rock Climbing Program Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense for Teens (ages 13-17) Teens learn the basics of Tae Kwon Do, a Korean art of self-defense, in classes with beginning adults. Students will develop social, motor and safety skills, which will help them excel in their lives. Students receive unlimited weekly access to adult classes. Uniforms are included in fee and classes take place in an inviting training center. Course: 17511 $120 For: 36 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 13 M-Sa 10:45am-11:45am Section B: Jun 24-Aug 3 M-Sa 10:45am-11:45am Both sections: Blackman Taekwondo Academy Phillip/Kristine Blackman

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Classes LEGO Robotics with Mindstorms (ages 10-14) NEW Using the LEGO Mindstorms series, participants will learn about advanced software, hardware and programming by creating small, customizable and programmable robots. The class allows for creativity in design, and enable students to explore the world of engineering by building complex control systems and working together with a team. Note: Five free playtime passes to ABQ’s Playroom are included with registration. Course: 17504 Section A: Jun 11-27 ABQ’s Playroom

$150 For: 6 sessions TTh 5:15pm-6:30pm

Kindermusik Sign and Sing (ages 3-5) NEW Together with their infants and toddlers, parents and caregivers learn essential tools to have their child signing back as quickly as possible using American Sign Language while we sing songs and play games. Note: Five free playtime passes to ABQ’s Playroom are included with registration. Course: 17505 Section A: Jun 8-Jul 13 ABQ’s Playroom

$60 For: 5 sessions Sa 10:00am-10:30am

Keyboarding Skills for Kids (ages 8-13) NEW In this class, participants will gain knowledge, practice and confidence in the life-long skill of keyboarding. Students will become familiar with the home row, learn keyboarding skills and shortcuts, and have access to free online keyboarding resources.

Circus Yoga (ages 6-12) NEW Artfully designed to engage a variety of age groups, Circus Yoga blends the consciousness of yoga with the communal celebration of circus. This class fosters connection, communication and play through mandala and partner yoga, group games and invention, partner flying yoga, circs skills, clowning and physical comedy, creating movement and dance. Explore the human art of play!

$159 For: 5 sessions W 3:00pm-4:30pm

Born to Draw: A Children’s Drawing Program (ages 7-11) Using the Born to Draw Children’s Drawing program, participants will learn observational drawing through mark making, line, shape, placement, textures, value, color and perspective. Each class is geared for a child to complete a drawing of an animal or a still life during class time. Other activities include making a portfolio, learning about the color wheel, and more. Materials will be provided. Course: 17544 $160 For: 6 sessions Section A: Jun 10-26 MW 10:00am-12:00pm Section B: Jul 8-24 MW 1:00pm-3:00pm Both sections: CE South Building Elaine Cimino Art & Design for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15) Using pencil, charcoal, colored pencils and pen and ink, young artists will explore the seven elements of design over a six-week period. All materials are provided. Participants are invited to follow-up this class with 17064: Color for Teens & Tweens. Note: A Materials fee of $15 is payable to the insturctor at first class session. Course: 17062 $90 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Jul 11 Th 3:00pm-4:30pm CE South Building Gary R. Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher Color for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15) Building upon art and design concepts, teens and tweens will focus on using color in their artwork. Students will utilize a variety of media, including oil pastels, watercolors, acrylics and mixed media. All materials are provided. Note: A Materials fee of $15 is payable to the instructor at the first class session. Course: 17064 $90 For: 5 sessions Section A: Jun 13-Jul 18 Th 4:30pm-6:00pm Note: Class will not meet on Jul 4. CE South Building Gary R. Sanchez, Certified Art Teacher

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Course: 17524 $120 For: 8 sessions Section A: Jun 7-Jul 26 F 4:30pm-5:45pm High Desert Yoga - Nob Hill Zhenya Novgorodskaya

Course: 17122 Section A: Jul 10-Aug 7 CE South Building Cervantes Institute Staff

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Course: 17506 $45 For: 4 sessions Section A: Jun 5-26 W 2:00pm-4:00pm Note: This section is for ages 8-10. Section B: Jul 10-31 W 2:00pm-5:00pm Note: This section is for ages 11-13. Both sections: CE South Building Terri Tucker

Hola Amigos! Spanish Language for Kids (ages 6-11) Participants in this one-of-a-kind program enjoy a 4-month subscription to Hola Amigos!, a Spanish-language immersion program developed by the Cervantes Institute, in addition to in-person gatherings with fun opportunities to practice the language and enjoy handson activities.


Tae Kwon Do for Children (ages 6-12) Participants learn the basics of Tae Kwon Do, a Korean art of self-defense. In addition, students will develop social, motor and safety skills which will help them excel in their lives. Fee entitles students to unlimited weekly access to age-appropriate classes. Uniform and patches are included in fee; classes take place in an inviting and comfortable 8100 square foot training center.

High Ropes for Youth (ages 10-17) Do you love to challenge yourself, solve problems and have fun? Here is your opportunity to complete the UNM High Ropes Course. Wear athletic shoes and athletic clothing, no tank tops or bare midriffs. Bring water, sunscreen, and a waiver signed by parent and participant (Waiver available at registration.) Camera is optional if you want to record your accomplishment! Meet at west doors of Johnson Center. Course: 17020 $35 For: 1 session Section A: Jul 13 Sa 9:00am-12:00pm Note: This section is for ages 10-13. Section B: Jul 13 Sa 1:00pm-4:00pm Note: This section is for ages 14-17. Both sections: UNM Main Campu-Johnson Center Susan Harper, PhD, Coordinator and Facilitator of the UNM High Ropes Confidence Course and Rock Climbing Program

Course: 17510 $120 For: 36 sessions Section A: Jun 3-Jul 13 M-Sa 10:00am-10:45am Section B: Jun 24-Aug 3 M-Sa 10:00am-10:45am Both sections: Blackman Taekwondo Academy Phillip/Kristine Blackman

Make Your Own Hand Applique Pillow (ages 8-12) NEW Have you ever wanted to create a personalized pillow for your room or a one-of-a-kind pin cushion? Participants will work with fabric and learn hand-sewing techniques to create a unique work of art. No hand sewing or drawing experience is necessary; just bring your imagination! Note: A materials fee of $5 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Course: 17044 Section A: Jul 24 Section B: Aug 3 Both sections: Hip Stitch

$40 For: 1 session W 1:30pm-4:30pm Sa 9:30am-12:30pm

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Cariño Early Childhood TTAP We provide the following services: • Early childhood education classes • Assistance in meeting state child care licensing requirements

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• Assistance with classroom environment and implementation of curriculum and assessment • On site consultation for including ALL children in your early childhood program For general information, please call 505-277-1371 or visit us online at dce.unm.edu/carino.htm

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Speed Reading & Reading Skills Programs for Children & Adults presented by UNM Continuing Education in partnership with the Institute of Reading Development

Phonics • Comprehension • Independent Reading

Speed Reading • Comprehension • Study Skills

Students in these programs make significant gains in phonics, sight vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. As a result, your child will become a fluent independent reader, build confidence, and become more successful in school.

In these programs, students make substantial gains in comprehension while doubling their reading speed. They learn the best way to read textbooks, take notes, and study for tests. Your son or daughter will complete homework assignments quickly and easily, get better grades, and become a more motivated student. Our students enjoy reading more and develop the lifelong habit of reading for pleasure.

Program for 4-year-olds & entering kindergartners: Saturdays, June 8-July 6, 10:30am-11:45am Mondays, June 3-July 1, 2:00pm-3:15pm Saturdays, July 13-August 10, 8:30am-9:45am Tuition: $239 Materials Fee: $34 Programs for entering 1st graders: Tuesdays, June 4-July 2, 9:00am-11:00am Saturdays, June 8-July 6, 12:30pm-2:30pm Saturdays, July 13-August 11, 10:15am-12:15pm Tuition: $299 Materials Fee: $34 Programs for entering 2nd graders: Saturdays, June 8-July 6, 3:00pm-5:00pm Fridays, July 12-August 9, 2:30pm-4:30pm Saturdays, July 13-August 10, 1:00pm-3:00pm Tuition: $299 Materials Fee: $34

Programs for entering 6th–8th graders: Tuesdays, June 4-July 2, 11:45am-2:15pm Sundays, June 9-July 7, 3:30pm-6:00pm Sundays, July 14-August 11, 1:00pm-3:30pm Tuition: $299 Materials Fee: $34 Programs for entering 9th – 11th graders: Mondays, June 3-July 1, 4:00pm-6:30pm Sundays, July 14-August 11, 4:00pm-6:30pm Tuition: $299 Materials Fee: $34

Speed Reading for Work, School, and Pleasure Fluency • Comprehension • Long-Word Decoding

Programs for entering 3rd graders: Sundays, June 9-July 7, 10:00am-12:00pm Saturdays, July 13-August 10, 3:30pm-5:30pm Fridays, July 12-August 9, 9:00am-11:00am Tuition: $299 Materials Fee: $34 Programs for entering 4th and 5th graders: Sundays, June 9-July 7, 12:45pm-3:00pm Sundays, July 14-August 11, 10:00am-12:15pm Fridays, July 12-August 9, 11:45am-2:00pm Tuition: $299 Materials Fee: $34

Growth & Enrichment

Students in these programs learn to read more fluently and rapidly and make significant gains in comprehension. They learn the long-word decoding skills they need to read the many new words they encounter each day. As a result, your child will complete reading assignments more quickly and easily, be more successful in school, and become a strong, enthusiastic reader.

In our adult speed reading program, you will learn to read twice as fast in difficult material, such as academic and professional journals or college textbooks. In easier reading, such as novels, newspapers, and most business and school materials, you will read three times faster. Additionally, the comprehension, concentration, and retention techniques you learn will enable you to remember more and cut down on re-reading. You’ll get more out of everything you read, and find reading more enjoyable and personally rewarding. As a special bonus, you will receive a lifetime instruction privilege, which allows you to repeat the program at any time—for free! Mondays, June 3-July 1, 7:00pm-9:30pm Tuition: $299

Materials Fee: $34

All of these programs are designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development. For more information, or to register, please call 1-800-979-8980.

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UNM Continuing Education Community Services

Spanish Resource Center Centro Español de Recursos Diseñado para apoyar la enseñanza bilingüe y del español, el Centro es un lugar de encuentro para administradores, coordinadores, profesores bilingües y de español, estudiantes de todas las edades, y personas interesadas en el conocimiento y la difusión del español y de las culturas hispánicas. El Centro Español de Recursos es un proyecto en el que colabora el Ministerio de Educación de España conjuntamente con el Departamento de Educación del Estado, la Universidad de Nuevo Méjico y el Centro Nacional de Cultura Hispánica. La administración del mismo corre a cargo de la División de Educación Continua. El Centro Español de Recursos está situado en el Centro Nacional de cultura Hispana (National Hispanic Cultural Center) en 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102. Para más información contacte 505-246-2261 ext. 125. E-mail: spanish.resource@state.nm.us Visite nuestra web: dce.unm.edu/SRC

The Spanish Resource Center

Community Services

Promoting the Spanish language and culture in partnership with The Ministry of Education of Spain, The University of New Mexico Division of Continuing Education and the New Mexico Department of Education, The Spanish Resource Center seeks to create awareness of the Spanish language and cultures throughout New Mexico, with a special emphasis on bilingualism. Located at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, the Spanish Resource Center features a library with a broad collection of books

and educational materials. These are available to students, teachers and administrators of: Spanish as a Foreign Language, Spanish for Spanish Speakers and Spanish as a Second Language. The library is open Monday through Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm. In addition to the library, the Center collaborates with several UNM departments in hosting conferences on the Spanish language and culture, and offers many workshops throughout the year on special topics of interest. The Spanish Resource Center has a visiting teachers program, placing teachers from Spain into school districts in New Mexico. There is also the educational exchange program. Teachers from New Mexico and Teachers from Spain trade their teaching positions with each other for three weeks on two occasions during the academic year.

DWI Awareness Training In 1993, the New Mexico Legislature passed several laws to combat the problem of drunk driving in the state. The legal intoxication level was lowered, stiffer penalties and fines for offenders were implemented, and an informational class was instituted and required for first-time licensees in New Mexico. In cooperation with the New Mexico Traffic Safety Bureau, the UNM Division of Continuing Education provides the DWI Prevention and Education course, “None for the Road.” This course, though certainly not a cure-all, is meant to focus attention on the serious DWI problem in New Mexico. It informs the driver about laws and prevention. All first-time licensees in New Mexico, between the ages of 18 through 24 (this is the legislated age range, effective January 1, 2000) are required to take the awareness class. This class is offered as a home-study course and is made available through

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the mail or on the web at www.nonefortheroad.org. Course materials include a student workbook that is used in conjunction with a video. The class fee is $25.00 per person. Visit our website nonefortheroad.org for more information. Persons required to take the course may obtain a “None for the Road” application directly from any local Motor Vehicle Department. A telephone information line is staffed from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday: • in Albuquerque and surrounding areas: 505-277-0051 • outside Albuquerque, toll free: 1-877-663-7465 The Division of Continuing Education is pleased to work with the State to deliver this class. Over time, the Division hopes to effectively contribute to reducing the DWI rate in New Mexico.

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Course Index

Dancing for Fun and Physique, 12773 . . 126 Decline of Spanish Influence, The, 1610-1680, 00004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Designing for the Web, 55125 . . . . . . . . . 56 Digital Audio: An Introduction, 57601 . . . 62 Digital Videography II, 55912 . . . . . . . . . 59 Digital Videography: An Introduction, 55911 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Discover Integrated Wellness: Ayurveda, Food as Medicine, Herbalism and More, 38280 . . . . . . . . . . 48 Discover Office 2010, 52011 . . . . . . . . . . 51 Don Juan de Oñate and the Colonization of New Mexico, 1592-1610, 00003 . . . . 76 Drawing Graphite, Pencil, Pen and Ink, 02161 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, 02154 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Dreamweaver: Beginning, 58121 . . . . . . . 65 Dreamweaver: Intermediate, 58122 . . . . . 65 Early Bird Camp Care, 17301 . . . . . . . . . 129 Early New Mexico Punched Tin Work, 05395 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Easy & Fabulous Jewelry Etching (ages 13-17), 17541 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 El Malpais: Dittert Pueblo and Armijo Homestead Hike, 00621 . . . . . . . 71 Elements of Writing, 14893 . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Elk Springs: La Ventana Badlands, 00203 . . 71 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic, 38080 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Emotional Freedom Technique, 04301 . . 117 Enameling, Introduction to, (ages 13-17), 17542 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Enameling, Introduction to, 02207 . . . . 111 Essentials of Hardware and Operating Systems, 63131 . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Essentials of Successful Grant Writing, 42140 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Excel: Advanced, 52163 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Excel: Beginning, 52161 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Excel: Charts, 52173 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Excel: Intermediate, 52162 . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Excel: Pivot Tables, 52166 . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Experimental Drawing and Mixed Media, 02160 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Exploring the Cuisine of India, 03276 . . 114 Expressive Color in Oil Pastels, 02186 . . 109 Facilitating Adult Learning, 23000 . . . . . . 42 Family Yoga, 06507 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 FCP 101: Introduction to Final Cut Pro X, 57911 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 FCP 300: Final Cut Pro X Advanced Editing, 57913 . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Film Camp (ages 13-18), 17350 . . . . . . . 133 Final Cut Pro: Beginning-Intermediate, 57322 . . . . . . . 62 Finding Your Voice & Expanding Imagination, 14898 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Fitness Boxing, 06477 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Foreign Film Buffs, 08568 . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Franks Connection to New Mexican Families (Haplogroup I), The 00009 . . . . 77 French Bistro Cooking, 03261 . . . . . . . . 114 Funny Pictures: Cartooning for Kids (ages 9-16), 17720 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131

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ABC’s of Investing, 11700 . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Access: Advanced, 52183 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Access: Beginning, 52181 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Access: Creating Custom Reports, 52186 . . 53 Access: Intermediate, 52182 . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Access: Managing Data, 52187 . . . . . . . . . 53 Access: Mastering Queries, 52185 . . . . . . . 53 Accounting One, 37200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Accounting Two, 37201 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Acrobat Pro: Working with PDFs, 56181 . 60 Acting for Stage & Screen (ages 6-10), 17138 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Advanced Computer Game Design (ages 10-16), 17323 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Advanced Ethics, 39132 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Advertising Design, 55106 . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Aging Gracefully with Yoga, 06518 . . . . . . 99 Alignment and Flow Yoga, 06516 . . . . . . . 98 Alternative Methods to Strength Training, 06484 . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR, 38054 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 An Introduction to Computer Animation & Special Effects (ages 9-16), 17324 . . . . . 131 Anatomy is Art: Sugar— Cocaine Lite, 06508 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Apple Certification Exam Session, 57990V . 64 Apple iPad and iOS: Beginning, 54321 . . . 55 Applied Professional Trainer Skills, 23025 . 42 Applying Project Management for Effective Teams, 21000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Architecture & Design Career Discover Camp for Teens (ages 14-17), 17225 . . 133 Art & Design for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15), 17062 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Art and Architecture in Downtown Gallup, 00205 . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Art of Baking, The, 03250 . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Art of Beeswax Collage, The, 02212 . . . . 112 Art of Papermaking, The, 02216 . . . . . . 112 ArtBiz, 02221 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Assemblage Workshop 101, 02217 . . . . . 112 Athletes! Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation, 06470 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 AutoCAD: Advanced, 69113 . . . . . . . . . . 67 AutoCAD: Beginning, 69111 . . . . . . . . . . 66 AutoCAD: Intermediate, 69112 . . . . . . . . 67 Basic Applications, 52030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Basic Navajo Language, 09638 . . . . . . . . . 88 Bead Stringing, 05352 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Belen’s Railyards and Harvey House Museum, 00539 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Bicycle Repair: Park Tool Mechanic 101, 10652 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Body Products Made at Home I, 05373 . . 119 Book Arts: An Introduction, 05396 . . . . 120 Book Publishing with InDesign, 56129 . . 60 Born to Draw: A Children’s Drawing Program (ages 7-11), 17544 . . . . . . . . . 135 Botanical Drawing & Watercolor: Summer Fruits & Vegetables, 02156 . . . 106 Breakfast For Dinner, 03253 . . . . . . . . . . 113

Cabeza de Vaca and Coronado: Discovery and Exploration of New Mexico, 1530-1545, 00001 . . . . . . 76 Canning Vegetables and Making Jams and Jellies, 03283 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Cardio-Core Interval Training, 06441 . . . 92 Ceja Pelon Badlands Time Travel Hike, 00510 . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Chimayó: Stories of Faith and Art, 00561 . 73 Chinese in Action, 09603 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Choosing the Right Digital Camera, 55807 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Circus Yoga (ages 6-12), 17524 . . . . . . . 135 Clay Creations (ages 6-10), 17100 . . . . . 132 Clay Sculpture, 02198 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Clinical Evaluation, 39406 . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Collecting Gratitude, 04302 . . . . . . . . . . 117 Color for Teens & Tweens (ages 10-15), 17064 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Color Theory in Digital Media, 56392 . . . 61 Communicating with Difficult People, 40110 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Community Big Band, 12740 . . . . . . . . . 124 Complete Financial Planning Primer, 11703 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Computer Graphics: An Introduction, 56101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Computer Video Game Design Mini-Camp (ages 9-16), 17725 . . . . . . . 131 Constellation Work, Introduction to, 04332 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Contemporary Southwest, 03272 . . . . . . 114 Contemporary, Modern Dance Techniques for Fitness, 12780 . . . . . . . . 127 Continuing Education for Teachers of Spanish as a Second Language, 09633 . . . 88 Continuing Jewelry/Small Metals & Silversmithing, 02206 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Conversational Spanish Part I, 09625 . . . . 88 Cooking 101, 03286 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Cooking 102, 03287 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Cooking for Teens & Tweens: Comfort Foods (ages 13-17), 17540 . . . 133 Cooking on a Budget, 03305 . . . . . . . . . 116 Cooking With Seasonal Products, 03257 . 113 Country Western Dance, 12776 . . . . . . . 126 Create a Blog on WordPress.com, 58230 . 65 Creating and Maintaining a Website: An Introduction, 58101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Creative Arts Camp presented by the NM Jazz Workshop (ages 6-12), 17457 . . . . 132 Creative Non-Fiction, Introduction to, 14866 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Creative Wire Rings, 05354 . . . . . . . . . . 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Basic Circle, 05359 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Coiling, 05360 . 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Earring Design, 05362 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Creative Wire Wrapping: Flat Spiral, 05361 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Creative Writing for Fun Only, 14858 . . . . 90 Crochet: A Beginning Course, 05413 . . . 121 CSS: Cascading Style Sheets, 58117 . . . . . 64 Cut, Pierce, Sew and Suspend with Metal and Found Objects!, 05364 . . . . . 119


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Gentle Yoga, 06451 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Getting Started with Your Digital Camera, 55808 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Glass Fusing, Introduction to, 05384 . . . 120 Gluten Free Baking, 03301 . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Golf I, 10668 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Golf II, 10669 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Golf: Secrets for Success with the Shortgame, 10672 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Graphic Design and Visual Communication, 55101 . . . . . . . . 56 Group Piano 3, 12764 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Group Piano 4, 12765 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Guided Meditation, 06493 . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Guitar: Beginning II, 12754 . . . . . . . . . . 125 Guitar: Beginning, 12753 . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Half-Day Drum Camp (ages 7-14), 17450 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Hammered Dulcimer, Introduction to, 12760 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Hardware Repair and Troubleshooting, 63134 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Harmonica for Beginners, 12756 . . . . . . 125 HCPCS Codes Modifiers, 38120 . . . . . . . 46 Headaches, Insomnia Yoga Workshop, 06447 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Healthcare IT Technician, 63531 . . . . . . . 66 Healthy Asian Cooking, 03295 . . . . . . . . 115 Herbal Remedy Garden, 07527 . . . . . . . 104 Herbal Soapmaking— Cold Process, 05375 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 High Desert Yoga Camp (ages 6-11), 17523 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 High Ropes for Youth (ages 10-17), 17020 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Hiking and Digital Photography at Ghost Ranch, 00512 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Hip Phylosophy: Belly Dancing, 12788 . . 127 Historic Huning’s Highland Walking Tour, 00739 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Hobbit, Improvised: A Half-Day Camp, The, (ages 6-12), 17137 . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 Hola Amigos! Spanish Language for Kids (ages 6-11), 17122 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Home Repair: Basic, 07504 . . . . . . . . . . 104 Honky Tonk Style Country Swing, 12777 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Horseback Riding: Beginning, 10673 . . . 123 Horseback Riding: Intermediate, 10674 . 123 How to become an Addiction Counselor in New Mexico, 39465 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 HTML: Beginning, 58111 . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Human Voice - Jazz Style, The, 12741 . . 124 iCloud and the Apple Experience, 54306 . 55 Illustrator: Advanced, 56213 . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Illustrator: Beginning, 56211 . . . . . . . . . . 60 Illustrator: Intermediate, 56212 . . . . . . . . 60 InDesign: Beginning—Fast Track, 56126 . . 60 InDesign: Beginning, 56121 . . . . . . . . . . . 59 InDesign: Intermediate, 56122 . . . . . . . . . 60 Inpatient and Outpatient Medical Coding and Billing Online, 38145 . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique Connecting to Inner Peace & Joy, 06492 . 101 iPhoto: Beginning, 54303 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Italian Beginning I, 09612 . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

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Italian Film, 08554 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 JavaScript: Beginning, 58411 . . . . . . . . . . 65 Jazz Guitar, 12745 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Jewelry/Small Metals and Silversmithing, Beginning, 02205 . . . . . 110 Journal Writing For Creativity and More, 14871 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Kayaking, Introduction to, 10663 . . . . . . 122 Keyboarding Skills for Kids (ages 8-13), 17506 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Kindermusik at ABQ’s Playroom (ages 1.5-3 & 3-5), 17503 . . . . . . . . . . 132 Kindermusik Sign and Sing (ages 3-5), 17505 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Knitting: Beginning, 05415 . . . . . . . . . . 121 Korean: Beginning I, 09643 . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Kundalini Yoga, 06466 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 L.A. Style Salsa, 12778 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 La Salud Femenina: Movimiento para Mujeres, 06448 . . . . . 100 La Traviata, 00536 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 La Traviata: Verdi’s Most Personal Opera, 00054 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 LADAC Exam Preparation, 39310 . . . . . . 49 Landscape Design, 07512 . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Landscape Oil Painting, Beginning, 02188 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Latin Jazz & Improvisation, 12742 . . . . . 124 Learn to Use a Computer at any Age, 51010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Learn to Use a Mac: An Easy-Paced Introduction, 54010 . . . . 54 Legal Issues in Digital Arts, 55625 . . . . . . 57 LEGO Animal Grossology Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10), 17141 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 LEGO Camp: Amusement Park Mania (ages 6-10), 17142 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 LEGO Model Designer Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10), 17144 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 LEGO NASA Space Camp (ages 6-10), 17143 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 LEGO Olympics Half-Day Camp (ages 6-10), 17139 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 LEGO Robotics with Mindstorms (ages 10-14), 17504 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 LEGO We Do Robotics (ages 6-9), 17501 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Level 2 Yoga, 06526 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Life Journey Necklace, 04339 . . . . . . . . . 103 Logic 101: Introduction to Logic Pro 9, 57981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Logic 301: Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro 9, 57983 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Logic Pro: Beginning-Intermediate, 57611 . . . . . . . 62 Los Poblanos Lavender Farm Tour, 00638 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Lovely Pins from Vintage Tins, 05363 . . 119 Loving What Is: The Work of Byron Katie, 04314 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Luminous Collage, The, 02215 . . . . . . . 112 Lybrook Badlands Hike, 00566 . . . . . . . . 75 Mac Maintenance and Support, 54122 . . . 55 Mac Operating System: Basics— Fast Track, 54111 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Mac Operating System: Basics, 54101 . . . . 54

Mac OS X Applications, 54118 . . . . . . . . . 55 Machines and Mechanisms (ages 4-5), 17502 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Magic of Realistic Drawing, The, (ages 9-14), 17060 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Make Your Own Hand Applique Pillow (ages 8-12), 17044 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Make Your Own Vintage Typewriter Key Bracelet, 05353 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Managing Time Productively and Delegating for Results, 20518 . . . . . . . . . 40 Mangia Italiano, 03266 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Marketing and Self Promotion for Digital Artists, 55622 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Marketing with Social Media, 55623 . . . . . 57 Matwork for Seniors, 06499 . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Maxwell Museum Children’s Summer Camp (ages 8-12), 17456 . . . . 132 Medical Administrative Assistant Online, 38132 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Medical Billing and Healthcare Specialist, 38110 . . . . . . . . . . 46 Medical Transcription Editor Online, 38128 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Meditation, Beginning, 06494 . . . . . . . . 102 Mediterranean Table, 03268 . . . . . . . . . . 114 Memoir Workshop, 14860 . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Mind Your Mind: Rejuvenate Your Spirit, 06512 . . . . . . . . 103 Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL), 38252 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Mindful Flow, 06472 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), 38250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Modeling the Figure In Clay, 02190 . . . . 109 Modern Jazz, 12743 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Mosaic with Vintage China and Found Objects, 02213 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Mother Infant Yoga, 06465 . . . . . . . . . . . 95 MS Project Module 1: Project Plan Definition, 21025 . . . . . . . . 41 MS Project Module 2: Budgeting and Tracking, 21030 . . . . . . . 41 MS Project Module 3: Team Communication and Productivity, 21041 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Mysteries of Fish Cooking, 03259 . . . . . . 114 Navigating the iPad, 54305 . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Network Support (Network+), 63312 . . . . 66 New Art for the New Deal, 00051 . . . . . . 77 New Mexico Red or Green, 03284 . . . . . 115 New Mexico’s Governors, 00052 . . . . . . . 78 New Ways With the Same Old Bird, 03258 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Nia Technique, The, 06483 . . . . . . . . . . . 97 No-Solder Jewelry Making Extravaganza: Etched, Disced, Dapped and Letter-Stamped!, 02209 . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Nob Hill Walking Tour, 00204 . . . . . . . . . 72 Novel Writing, Introduction to, 14894 . . . 92 On Campus Day Camp: (ages 6-8 & 9-10), 17320 . . . . . . . . . . . 129 On-Campus Day Camp: (ages 6-8 & 9-10), 17300 . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Opening Up: Writing For Healing, 14868 . 90 Our Existence After Life, 04300 . . . . . . . 116 Paint Without Numbers and Color Outside the Lines, 02178 . . . . . . 108

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Salsaerobics, 10684 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 San Jose Badlands Hike, 00562 . . . . . . . . . 71 Santa Fe: The Art of Politics, 00721 . . . . . 72 Scanning and Digitizing Photos, 56105 . . 59 Seasonal Cooking for Optimal Health, 03282 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Senior Strength and Balance Training, Introduction to, 06531 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Sensational Salads, 03252 . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Sewing: Beginning, 05411 . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Shiatsu Massage: Scalp, Face, Shoulders, & Feet, 06536 . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Shibori: The Japanese Art of Fabric Dyeing, 02185 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Sign Language I, 09617 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Silver Jewelry Using Metal Clay, 05382 . 120 Silver Strikes in Zacatecas and Northern Expansion, 1545-1592, 00002 . . . . . . . . 76 Silversmithing and Jewelry Making, Introduction to, (ages 13-17), 17543 . . 134 Singing for Those Who Can’t Sing, 12792 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Singing, 12791 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Six Ingredients or Less, 03303 . . . . . . . . 116 Socorro: Past, Present and Future, 00206 . . 74 South Bosque Bike Tour, 00309 . . . . . . . . 74 Spanish I, 09619 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Spices and Herbs, 03306 . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Splash Ink with Watercolor Workshop, 02176 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Stained Glass: Beginning, 05383 . . . . . . . 120 Star Wrap Level 1, 38245 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Stir Fry Made Easy, 03256 . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Stoneware and Raku Pottery, 02199 . . . . 110 Storyboarding, 55231 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Stretch/Strength/Total Fitness!, 06485 . 100 Sustainable Crafting Works, 05380 . . . . . 120 Swimming for Children/ Experienced Beginners, 01108 . . . . . . . 106 Swimming: Level I, 01101 . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Swimming: Level II, 01102 . . . . . . . . . . 105 Swimming: Parent/Child (ages 3-7 years), 01107 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Swimming: Parent/Child (ages 6 months-3 years), 01106 . . . . . . . 105 T’ai Chi Ch’uan—Traditional Yang Style Long Form: Beginners, 06497 . . . . . . . . 98 T’ai Chi Chih®: Beginning, 06487 . . . . . . 97 Tae Kwon Do for Children (ages 6-12), 17510 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Tae Kwon Do/Self-Defense for Teens (ages 13-17), 17511 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Tame Your Toxic World, 06509 . . . . . . . 102 Tango, 12769 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Tapas, 03302 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Tennis: Beginning, 10688 . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Tennis: Intermediate, 10689 . . . . . . . . . . 100 Tewa Pueblos Tour, 00200 . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Therapeutic Massage, 06489 . . . . . . . . . . 101 Traditional Medicine without Borders, 38409 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Train like a Fighter: Kickboxing, 06478 . . 96 Travel Sketchbook Journaling, 02163 . . . 107 Travvy Savvy—Travel Smart, 15915 . . . . 128 Trial by Fire, 02195 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109

Tween/Teen Yoga Camp (ages 12-17), 17520 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Unveiling the True China, 08558 . . . . . . . 87 Using Natural Light in Digital Photography, 55810 . . . . . . . . . . 58 Valles Caldera Tour, 00443 . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Vegetarian Feast, 03279 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Visigoths Connection to New Mexican Families, The, (Part I—The Roman Perspective), 00007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Visigoths Connection to New Mexican Families, The, (Part II—The Visigoth Perspective), 00008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Visions Collage Workshop, 02210 . . . . . . 111 Watercolor Techniques, 02183 . . . . . . . . 108 Web Programming Basics, 58401 . . . . . . . 65 Web Programming with PHP and MySQL: Beginning, 59411 . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Weight Lifting for Seniors, 06496 . . . . . . . 97 Weight Lifting for Women, 06495 . . . . . . 97 Whitewater Kayaking Made Easy, 10665 . 122 Win-Win Conflict Resolution, 40112 . . . . 50 Windows 7: Operating System Basics, 51101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Windows: New Features, 52007 . . . . . . . . 51 Windows: Organize Your Files and Photos, 51115 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Wood Carving Animals, Introduction to, (ages 11-16), 17111 . . 132 Word: Advanced, 52143 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Word: Beginning, 52141 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Word: Intermediate, 52142 . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 WorkSkills, 23105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Write Historical Fiction That Sells, 14861 . 90 Write Your Book in a Weekend!, 14891 . . 91 Writing as a Spiritual Practice, 14873 . . . . 91 Writing for Growth and Discovery, 14869 . 91 Yin Yoga, 06454 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Yoga Basics 101, 06515 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Yoga Basics: The Fundamentals, 06453 . . . 93 Yoga Core Flow, 06514 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Yoga for Arthritis, 06521 . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Yoga for Back Care, 06464 . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Yoga for Chronic Conditions, 06517 . . . . 99 Yoga For Folks Over Fifty, 06461 . . . . . . . 94 Yoga for Lunch, 06474 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Yoga for the Rest of Us, 06450 . . . . . . . . . 93 Yoga for Weight Loss, 06520 . . . . . . . . . . 99 Yoga for Women, 06460 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Yoga Fusion, 06440 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Yoga Nidra: Deep Relaxation, 06479 . . . 101 Yoga: Harmony in Body and Mind (Iyengar style), 06459 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Yoga: Restore and Renew, 06482 . . . . . . 101 Yoga: Sunrise Practice, 06449 . . . . . . . . . . 93 Yoga: The Body in Emotion, 06519 . . . . 103 You Can Manifest, 04342 . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 You Can Own Your Own Home, 11749 . . 89 Your Dreams Talk To You, 04347 . . . . . . 117 Youth Sports Fitness (ages 6-14), 17999 . 129

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Painting A Day, A, 02175 . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Painting with Acrylics, 02170 . . . . . . . . . 107 Pampered Lady, The, 05372 . . . . . . . . . . 119 Paralegal Certificate Course, 37326 . . . . . 44 Paralegal Internship, 37327 . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Pastels are Paint...Not Chalk, 02173 . . . . 107 Pecos: Historic & Ancient Gateway to the West, 00511 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Personal Trainer for NASM Certification, 38221 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Pharmacy Tech Online, 38140 . . . . . . . . . 46 Phlebotomy Essentials, Laboratory, Clinical Experience, 38205 . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Photography and Intuition, 13819 . . . . . 128 Photography Composition, 55804 . . . . . . 58 Photography with a Digital Camera II, 55821 . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Photography with a Digital Camera with Field Trips, 55803 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Photography with a Digital Camera, 55801 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Photoshop Elements: Beginning, 56331 . . 61 Photoshop Elements: Intermediate, 56332 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Photoshop: Beginning, 56311 . . . . . . . . . 60 Photoshop: Intermediate, 56312 . . . . . . . 61 Piano 2, Beginning, 12763 . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Piano Second Time Around, 12766 . . . . 126 Piano, Beginning, 12762 . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Pilates: Reformer, 06475 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Pilates: Reformer, 06476 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Poetry Workshop: There’s Poetry in my Peanut Butter, 14864 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 PowerPoint: Beginning, 52241 . . . . . . . . . 54 Premiere: Beginning, 57311 . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Prenatal Yoga, 06523 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Pressure Cooking, 03304 . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Private Investigation, Introduction to, 15910 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Protecting Yourself in Retirement, 11728 . . 89 Publish Your Book Now, Publish Profitably, 14889 . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Pueblo Revolt, The, 1680-1692, 00005 . . 76 Qigong, 06456 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Query Letter Workshop, 14897 . . . . . . . . 92 Quick and Easy Cooking, 03265 . . . . . . . 114 Quilts Without Measure, 05422 . . . . . . . 121 Railroads in New Mexico, 00053 . . . . . . . 78 Raku Fired Handbuilt Pottery, 02192 . . . 109 Raku Pottery Potluck, 02197 . . . . . . . . . 110 Reconquest and Resettlement, The, 1692-1704, 00006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Reduction Print Making, 02150 . . . . . . . 106 Reiki, Introduction to, 06469 . . . . . . . . . 101 Resin...For the Fun Of It, 02223 . . . . . . 113 Restorative Yoga, 06463 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Retro Sampler Quilt, 05410 . . . . . . . . . . 121 Rock Climbing, 10685 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Rock Climbing, Beginning, (ages 13-17), 17001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Rolling Paper Bead: A New Spin on a Childhood Craft, 05365 . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Ropes Course, 10686 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Salinas Missions: Abo Ruins and Rock Art Tour, 00732 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

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Non-Credit Information & Policies General Information Registration and Course Information Who May Enroll UNM Continuing Education (UNMCE) non-credit courses are open to everyone 18 years and older (unless otherwise noted). Parents or guardians wishing to register students under 18 years of age must contact the appropriate program manager for information on the process. Classes for children are open to the ages noted in each course description.

Class Locations Classes are held at the UNMCE Complex, located at 1634 University Blvd. NE in Albuquerque (northeast corner of University and Indian School Rd). Free parking is available in both our east and west parking lots. Classes are also held throughout the Greater Albuquerque and Rio Rancho areas. If your class is scheduled at another site, you’ll find directions on your class confirmation letter, on our website at dce.unm.edu and on page 85 of this catalog.

UNMCE reserves the right to cancel, reschedule, or combine classes, and to change instructors when necessary. If a class is cancelled or rescheduled you may request a transfer to another section of the same class, another class, an electronic voucher, or a refund of your enrollment fee. Each registered student will be notified by UNM Continuing Education via email and/or phone about class cancellations or scheduled changes. Please check your student profile to make sure your contact information is current. During inclement weather, visit our website at dce.unm.edu or call 505-277-0077 and follow recorded instructions provided for school delay and closure information.

Withdrawal and Transfer Policy Transfers from one non-credit course to another can be made at least three business days prior to start of class. Certain rules apply to cooking class transfers (see page 116 for details). Certain rules apply for Apple Pro Training (see page 63 for details). Contact us by phone, fax, mail or email at registration@dce.unm.edu.

Tuition and Fees

Refunds

Full tuition is required at the time of registration. There is no registration fee. UNMCE will invoice your organization/company if your registration is accompanied by official paperwork which includes authorization signatures, PO number and billing address. UNM Tuition Remission may be used by UNM faculty, staff and UNM retirees. For details see page 2 of the catalog, or click on the registration link on our website.

Your tuition, minus a $15 cancellation fee per non-credit class, will be refunded if you provide a written request three business days prior to the first scheduled class. Submit your refund request in person, by fax to 505-277-1990, by email to registration@dce. unm.edu or by mail to: UNM Continuing Education, Registration Office, 1634 University Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102. This policy applies to all registrations, regardless of the payment method. Phone requests will not be accepted. Please note the following special circumstances: • There are no refunds for courses that are delivered via our online vendors, SkillSoft, Gatlin or Ed2Go, CareerStep or Escoffier Online International Culinary Academy. • Test vouchers, discounted software, and exams, including Apple Pro exams, purchased through UNM Continuing Education are non-refundable. • All Apple Creative Pro classes require a written request 14 days prior to the start date of the class to drop or transfer to another class. • Other refund policies may apply to conferences, educational trips and tours or classes, Story of New Mexico and other special programs. Look for refund information in the event or course brochure, flyer, or web text. • UNMCE does not typically issue refunds of $20.00 or less. Immediate cash refunds are not given for withdrawal from a class or when a class is cancelled. Per UNM policy, if payment was made with cash or check, a social security number and valid current address are required for a refund. If a refund is due or if overpayment has been made by check, there is a 21-day hold period from the payment receipt date before the refund is processed. Credit card refunds will be credited to the original charged card used in the initial enrollment transaction.

Loans and Financial Aid Visit our website at dce.unm.edu/Loans for detailed information. Tuition assistance may be available if you are unemployed, a veteran or veteran’s spouse, or a person with a disability. Other options include education loans. We provide advisement with a program supervisor (page 4) to help you choose the training options that work best for you. We make sure that you have all of the information you need to complete any paperwork required to receive training funds. Call 505-925-9562 for help in contacting your program supervisor.

Course Books and Materials In most cases, books and/or handouts are included with the course. If course materials or books are not included with the course, instructions for purchase will be included in the course description or are available from our registration staff. Some courses may require a separate fee payable to the instructor the first day of class. Others may require that you purchase a textbook or supplies. If you are directed to the UNM Bookstore, look in the store’s Continuing Education Section. UNM Bookstore location, hours, and online services may be found at http://bookstore.unm.edu/.

Grades and Attendance Tracking

Policies

Cancelled Classes/Schedule Changes

Grades, pass-fail completions, and attendance for professional programs are recorded in our LUMENS system upon completion of the class and receipt of the sign-in sheet from the instructor. The type of grade is dependent upon the course material and is decided by the supervisor and instructor for the best support of workforce needs.

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Non-Credit Information & Policies Student Services

UNMCE Policies & Procedures

If a class is full, place your name on the waiting list by calling Registration at 505-277-0077 or by following the online registration process at dce.unm.edu. When a new section of a class is added during the semester, students on the waiting list are contacted first and given an opportunity to register. Check our website at dce. unm.edu for the most up-to-date list of classes.

Attendance and Make-Up Policy for Certificate Programs 100% attendance is required for Certificate programs and courses. If you must miss a class session due to an emergency, you have two weeks to request to make up a session or a class and one year to complete the make-up. Email your request to your program supervisor. Include the name and dates of the class you missed. The program supervisor may allow you to make up the portion of the class you missed or move your registration to the next section or the next semester in which the course is offered. If you’ve missed an entire class, you may choose either of the above, choose a related class, or keep your tuition on your account up to one year.

Request a Program Certificate

Summary of Student Code of Conduct

Gift Cards To purchase an eGift card, visit our website at dce.unm.edu and choose from the most current list of classes.

Class Waiting List

To request a program certificate, contact your Program Supervisor. Submit a request in writing or via email which lists the Program Certificate, your full name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and documentation of any approved course substitutions. Please allow two weeks from the time we receive your paperwork to process your certificate.

A detailed Student Code of Conduct policy is available in the UNMCE registration office or on the web at: dce.unm.edu/help. htm. Students are responsible for adhering to this code of conduct while participating in any UNMCE programs and services. It is important for all students to be aware of conduct that is required by UNMCE in order to participate in UNMCE programs and services.

Student Transcripts/Proof of Class Completion

Equal Educational Opportunity Policy & Accessibility Information

As proof of class completion, you can print out a student transcript through your student profile. On the UNM Continuing Education home page, click on “Student Resources”, then “Access Your Account.” Follow the link under “Transcript” to get to the sign-in page. Enter your user name and password. Make sure your student transcript is current before printing. For an official transcript, print the form found under “Official Non-credit Transcripts” and submit via fax (505-277-1990), email (registration@lxdce.unm.edu), or in person to our registration office at 1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87102.A $10 non-refundable processing fee is required. Paper certificates are available only upon request. If you need a certificate upon completion of a class, please email our administrative support group at adminsupport@lxdce.unm.edu. Provide the class name and start date along with your contact information and full name. Our administrative support staff will email you a certificate in a PDF format unless it is specified that a hard copy is needed. Certificate requests require 5 business days for processing. Note: Although UNM Continuing Education is not required to maintain enrollment records for non-credit classes, we recognize that transcripts are valuable for employment and Certification purposes. Our current enrollment management system makes these available to you. Transcripts are not available for classes taken prior to 2004.

The University of New Mexico is committed to providing equal educational and employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental handicap, age, gender, sexual preference, ancestry, or medical condition. ADA Compliance and Reasonable Accommodation The University of New Mexico is committed to the recognition and the proactive pursuit of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). The University makes reasonable accommodations to the known physical or mental limitations of a qualified student, applicant, or program user with a disability, unless such accommodations have the end result of fundamentally altering a program or service or placing an undue hardship on the operation of the University. Students requiring special accommodations for Continuing Education courses should contact the specific program. (See department phone directory on page 3). It is important to note that students must provide two weeks notice if they require special transportation or other accommodations (vehicles or interpreters). Accommodation arrangements made directly by students with UNM Accessibility Services or an outside source may not be paid for by UNM Continuing Education.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) provide a nationally recognized means of tracking your continuing education coursework. CEUs are available for all UNMCE Business and Technology Training classroom courses. Requests must be made within two weeks of course completion and include payment of $20.00. Any CEUs requested after the two week deadline will require a letter of request accompanied by $100.00. CEU credits are not transferable to credit hours. For fees, application procedures, and general questions, call Andy Pena at 505-277-9360. Several area hotels offer special UNM rates. Hotel services range from basic to deluxe accommodations. If you are enrolled in a course and live at a distance, check the travel information on our website: dce.unm.edu/ConferenceCenter

We are a non-profit institution, therefore your donations may be tax deductible in compliance with Federal regulations. You can make a bequest or donation to any of our special programs at The Division of Continuing Education. Contact the Office of Trusts and Bequests, University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc. by phoning 505-277-4503 or 1-800-UNM-FUND. We express our sincere gratitude for your support and generosity.

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Summer 2013 Non-Credit Registration Form UNM Division of Continuing Education & Community Services Physical address: 1634 University Blvd. NE Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102-1706

Mailing address: MSC07 4030 1 University of New Mexico 87131-0001

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Payment Methods Phone: Call our Registration office at 505-277-0077 to register and charge it to your VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. Mail: Make your check or money order payable to UNM Continuing Education or complete the credit card information and mail the payment along with this form to UNM Continuing Education, MSC07 4030, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001. FAX: Fax the registration form and if applicable your tuition remission form or purchase order to our office at 505-277-1990. If you are a UNM employee, we must receive both forms in order to process your request. In Person: Come to the UNM Continuing Education Complex south building at 1634 University Blvd. NE and register in person.

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These comprehensive career training programs are designed by a team of professionals from each respective field, who work to provide the most effective webbased learning experience available today. • Business/Legal • Internet, Design, and Technical Networking/CompTIA • Skilled Trades & Industrial Certification Training • Microsoft Certification • Video Game Design/ Development • Healthcare

SkillSoft’s multi-modal learning solutions enhance the speed and effectiveness of formal and informal learning. Many courses are approved for professional credit through certification organizations. Revisit any portion of your course at any time for personal review.

Career Step is a leader in online allied health education and job training, offering preparation for national certification & employment. Founded in 1992, Career Step has trained over 60,000 students. You’ll receive career-focused education and job training that includes real world practicum and software used in the workplace from instructors with industry experience & certifications. Career Step courses are self-paced.

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