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School of Architecture + Planning


January

Former Peace Corps member joins School of Architecture and Planning faculty
January 19, 2011

Newly-hired Assistant Professor Jennifer Tucker is bringing more than just work experience to The University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning. She has a passion for social justice she …


February

College Values Online ranks UNM undergraduate program #1
February 17, 2017

College Values Online recently ranked “Bachelor’s in Environmental Design,” noting the top 20 values of 2017. The University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning’…


Roger Schluntz to receive ACSA Distinguished Professor award
February 13, 2017

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) announced that Roger Schluntz, FAIA, University of New Mexico professor of architecture and former dean of the UNM School of Architecture …


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May

Researching solutions for the future of architecture
May 16, 2017

From incorporating nature into buildings, to assessing the marketable value of different designs, students at The University School of Architecture & Planning (SA&P) are researching ways to better soc…


June

UNM professor and class win national planning award
June 19, 2017

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A Community & Regional Planning (CRP) assistant professor at The University of New Mexico’s School of Architecture & Planning is helping to build his student’s resumes’, while expand…


July

New design course produces award-winning students
July 21, 2017

Light Walls

A new concentration within the University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning (SA&P) is already turning out award-winning pupils.

Students Madison Wickstrom and Arjun Bhakta both took hon…


August

Resurrecting Memories Of Route 66 Signs
September 18, 2017

Design for KWYK Radio in Farmington. Courtesy of Mark Childs

Route 66, which stretched from Chicago to Los Angeles, endures in the minds of many as a road that represented the freedom of jumping in a car and heading West for adventure. The signs along Route 66…


September

Landscape Architecture Updates
September 26, 2017

Katya Crawford was on sabbatical in Spring 2017. She spent time in Australia making contact with a number of schools there and giving lectures.  Katya also helped coordinate the CELA conference i…


The KiMo (And Pueblo Deco) At 90
September 1, 2017

Artwork of the Kimo Theatre

The late 1920's was the golden age of movie palaces, those elaborate showcases for films and stage shows.  Albuquerque got one in 1927, the KiMo, which this month celebrates its 90th birthd…


October

Community + Regional Planning Updates
October 23, 2017

Claudia Isaac presented on “Decolonizing the Food System in New Mexico:  How Academics, Governments, and Philanthropies can Contribute to Food Justice without Getting in the Way”, and…


SA+P faculty represents UNM at worldwide gathering
October 20, 2017

Roger Schluntz, professor and former dean of The University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning, was one of only 10 U.S. delegates representing the American Institute of Architects (AIA)…


The Science of Balloon Fiesta
October 9, 2017

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The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to the Duke City each year to watch nearly 600 balloons soar into the crisp blue New Mexico sunrise. Now a new e…


November

UNM's little piece of history
November 8, 2017

DH Lawrence Ranch

Few students know about the cultural, historical and environmental goldmine the University of New Mexico owns just outside the Taos valley — the ranch and 160 acres of adjacent land that once…


Community + Regional Planning November Updates
November 1, 2017


CRP Professor Ted Jojola and CRP alum and iDPi Program Specialist Michaela Shirley published a chapter titled “Indigenous Planning: Replanting the Roots of Resistance” in The Routledge Ha…