Monthly Archives: January 2012

UNM and Air Force Research Laboratory create partnership

Did some web surfing and found this piece from last year about the collaboration of University of New Mexico and the Air Force’s Directed Energy research and development.  Further info on the militarization of universities.  http://news.unm.edu/2011/04/afrl-%E2%80%93-unm-sign-educational-partnership-agreement/ AFRL – UNM Sign … Continue reading

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I Was Right…Robert Frank Is The New UNM President

In a previous post (https://elloborojo.wordpress.com/2011/12/26/a-cursory-glance-at-the-unm-presidential-finalists-2011/) I bet that Robert Frank would be the new president of the University of New Mexico.  The combination of him not being a token minority, being from New Mexico, and being antagonistic to faculty, would … Continue reading

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More on Education and Corporatization in New Mexico

Universities: Access or Research? Bringing up the topic of presidential searches because it is going on at my alma mater the University of New Mexico, UNM. My thesis is that presidential searches are a symptom of the corporate university. It … Continue reading

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