Seminars & Lectures
Research Lecture Series
UNM Research News
- Research project on climate change takes an abrupt turn
- López appointed vice president for Research
- Finding ways to use excess carbon dioxide
- UNM study reveals that local home visiting program sets the bar
- Qin receives NSF Faculty Early Career Development Award for photovoltaic research
- UNM hosts 2015 Shared Knowledge Conference April 23-24
- Turning tiny robots into student recruiters
- Karlstrom named UNM’s 60th Annual Research Lecturer
- Studying farming in the driest desert in the world
IMPORTANT! New Proposal Submission Guidelines
Thursday, 18 June 2015
The Transformative Negotiator – a book, a class, a way of life.
UNM instructor Michele Huff offers a different way to approach a deal.
Humans are always looking to make deals. Whether it's negotiating a new job with a human resources director, working out an agreement with our kids or aging parents, a car pool or a way to share the office refrigerator, embarking on a tricky business deal or even a complex real estate agreement, humans are wheeling and dealing.
The way you approach the transaction can make all the difference between satisfaction and simmering resentment. Huff's Continuing Education course and book will help you direct the outcome.
UNM attorney Michele Huff's Continuing Education course and book teaches students how to negotiate a way through the difficult problems of life and can help you direct the outcome this summer. Her course, Transformative Negotiation, at UNM’s Continuing Education Building, begins on June 23. The course is based on her book “The Transformative Negotiator,” is available at local bookstores, or her publisher’s website, or
Huff is an attorney at UNM and has decades of experience in negotiating business transactions. She was born and raised in New York City, attending Lyçee Français de New York and Brearley School. She graduated from Colorado College and the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University magna cum laude.
By Karen Wentworth, UNM News — June 16, 2015
- 1 of 40
- previous highlights >
Dr. Michael Dougher
Vice President for Research
Dr. Kevin Malloy
AVP for Research Initiatives
AVP for Research & Compliance