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School of Architecture + Planning


Director of Community Regional Planning Position

February 11, 2015

The School of Architecture and Planning at the University of New Mexico invites applications for the position of Director of the Community and Regional Planning Program. The appointment begins August 2015.

The School of Architecture and Planning includes academic programs in Architecture, Community and Regional Planning, and Landscape Architecture, and supports graduate degrees in all three programs as well as two undergraduate degrees, Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (in the Architecture program); and Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Planning and Design (in the CRP Program). The School also offers graduate certificates in Historic Preservation & Regionalism and Urban & Regional Design.

The Community and Regional Planning Program has been accredited since 1985. Approximately 85 graduate students and 60 undergraduates are enrolled each year. The Program has concentrations in Physical Planning and Design, Community and Economic Development, and Natural Resources and Environmental Planning. About one-quarter of graduate students are enrolled in dual degrees with Latin American Studies, Water Resources, or Public Administration. The School of Architecture and Planning is home to the Design and Planning Assistance Center, the Indigenous Design and Planning Institute and the Resource Center for RAZA Planning. The School is actively engaged in establishing an interdisciplinary program of doctoral studies.

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