The 1981-82 academic year began with Dr. Cynthia Hamilton as the new Director of Academic Affairs. Among the many activities planned for the year were the following: - series of noon lectures on campus - series of evening lectures in the community - sponsorship of nationally known speakers - increases in budget for the year through supplemental budget. Accomplished during the first half of the year were three noon lectures; one community lecture; sponsorship of Dr. C. L. R. James at Woodward Hall; and reorganization of the Advisory Committee. Seven courses were listed for the Fall Semester of which three were cancelled due to inadequate registrants. All the courses in the department were upgraded to attract upper classmen and attempts were made to secure curricula committee's approval for 400 and 500 level classes for internships and graduate courses. Dr. Cynthia Hamilton resigned her Directorship at the end of the Fall Semester.
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University of New Mexico. "Annual Report of the University, 1981-1982, Volumes 1-4." (1982). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/unm_annual_reports/54