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UNMís Anderson Schools Light Up for the Holidays

November 24, 1999

ALBUQUERQUE - The holidays are always lighting up at The University of New Mexico. This year, however, The Anderson Schools of Management are working to make their corner of the campus particularly bright.

The Anderson Schools, in association with the Graduate Business Students Association, will be hosting a reception December 2, 1999 to coincide with the annual UNM Hanging of the Greens celebration. In addition to adding luminaria to the Schools and enjoying holiday treats with old and new friends, the event includes a fund drive for student book scholarships and a childrenís book drive.

The Graduate Business Student Association has challenged the more than 500 active members of Andersonís student organizations to give $1 for every member. The sum of funds raised will be offered as book scholarships for the spring semester.

Alumni and friends are invited to join the event by bringing a scholarship donation or a childrenís book to the Anderson Schools of Management Symposium Room (Room 2083) from 5:30 and 6:30 P.M.

For additional information or to RSVP, please call 277-0880


The Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico is dedicated to excellence in professional management education. At the Anderson School, faculty, staff, and students are committed to shaping the intellect and character of the next generation of business leaders, advancing the knowledge and practice of management, promoting economic development, and building a vibrant intellectual community that serves the highest and best interests of all our stakeholders.

The School was founded in 1947 and now offers more than a dozen concentrations at the BBA and MBA levels and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business in the top 20% of business schools in the nation. The School is funded by the State of New Mexico and further support is generated by The Anderson School of Management Foundation. For more information, the public can visit, email, or call (505) 277-6471.