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Water & Energy in NM Series - Dr. Giorgia Bettin


George Pearl Hall, Room P133 (lower level)

Dr. Giorgia Bettin, of the Sandia National Labs Geotechnologies & Engineering Department, will discuss research on improving the integrity of oil and gas wells to minimize pollution risks

STEP Into the Sun: Solar Training for Design Professionals


Sunpower by Positive Solar Energy Conference Room, 3600 Pan American Fwy NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107

A specially-designed training for architects and engineers featuring an introduction on how to incorporate solar photovoltaics (PV) into design plans, how to differentiate themselves in the marketplace by offering solar PV to the clients, how speak with clients about the benefits of solar PV, and where to find information on the financial incentives available for solar PV. 6.5 AIA LU/HSW, 6.5 GBCI CEUs, & 0.65 ICC Preferred Provider

  • FREE for Students
  • $125 regular price
  • $100 for AIA/ASHRAE/CSI members
  • $75 for NGO/Veterans, 

For more information and to register:  http://bcapcodes.org/beyond-code-portal/sunshot/intro/

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School of Architecture + Planning OPEN HOUSE


George Pearl Hall /

Please join us for the an Open House at the University of New Mexico School of Architecture + Planning on Friday, October 27th from 1 to 4PM.

Water & Energy in NM Series - Dr. Bob Wessely


Dr. Bob Wessely, of SciSo will talk regarding considerations for local oil and gas regulatory ordinances.

Water & Energy in NM Series - Katie Zemlick


George Pearl Hall, Room P133 (lower level)

Katie Zemlick of UNM Civil Engineering will discuss modeling impacts of energy development on water resources in New Mexico.

Fall 2017 Lecture Series - Charles Birnbaum


George Pearl Hall / Garcia Honda Auditorium

Why Not Cultural Systems?  Making Visible, Instilling Value and Engaging the Public in Our Shared Landscape Heritage

What is the foundational knowledge that informs stewardship/interpretation of our landscape legacy? How do we assign value? How can we work (and communicate) holistically across myriad disciplines? How do we make a landscape’s palimpsest known? How can we tell these stories to the broadest possible audience?

 

Drawing heavily on the work of The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF), this lecture explores the dilemma created by the profession’s emphasis on natural over cultural systems as well as the artificial divide between historic preservation and design. 

 

UNM Academic Program Review: Landscape Architecture


The Department of Landscape Architecture will host a UNM Academic Program Review from November 13-15, 2017

Water & Energy in NM Series - Center for Social Sustainable Systems (CESOSS)


George Pearl Hall, Room P133 (lower level)

Details coming soon!