UNM helps the National Park Service celebrate their 100th anniversary
June 18, 2016 - Carolyn Gonzales
The University of New Mexico is helping the National Park Service celebrate 100 years in 2016. UNM is a part of their history through faculty and student projects including a current initiative with the NPS’ National Trails Intermountain Region (NTIR). That endeavor opens opportunities for UNM students to undertake projects related to the protection, development and promotion of national historic trails.
The UNM School of Architecture & Planning currently has two students working for the NTIR, but other programs, including Communication & Journalism, History and Geography & Environmental Studies are other disciplines that have contributed to the documentation and preservation of the nation’s cultural resources.
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