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Student Organizations

Our student community is active in a number of statewide and national organizations including the  Student American Society of Landscape Architects (SASLA), American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), American Planning Association of the Univeristy of New Mexico (APA UNM), Community and Regional Planning Graduate Student Association (CRP GSA), Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society, and the American Indian Council for Architects + Engineers (AICAE). For more information on how to get involved see below.

American Indian Council for Architects + Engineers

The Mission of the UNM Student Chapter of the American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers (AICAE) is to provide a support network of American Indian students in the School of Architecture and Planning, School of Engineering, and other design fields at the University of New Mexico.

AICAE Facebook Page

Prof. Ted Jojola - Faculty Advisor
tjojola@unm.edu

Student American Society of Landscape Architects

The Student American Society of Landscape Architects or SASLA was established to increase educational and social communication among Landscape Architecture students and professionals at the University of New Mexico and in the state of New Mexico. SASLA is a chartered student organization that complements the formal Landscape Architecture curriculum through student:

  • Development of, and participation in, organized activities such as workshops, lectures, displays, competitions, field trips, conferences, and community projects.
  • Communication and interaction with students and professionals interested in Landscape Architecture including UNM students, other student chapters of ASLA, New Mexico ASLA, ASLA, and practicing professionals.

Student ASLA Blog

Student ASLA Facebook Page

New Mexico ASLA 

American Planning Association, UNM Branch

The American Planning Association, UNM branch (APA UNM) is the student branch of the American Planning Association of New Mexico (APA NM). The Mission of APA NM is to improve and promote the quality and standards of planning in New Mexico.

  • Vision statement:  We better the communities of New Mexico by: increasing awareness of planning and its impacts, training leaders to use planning processes, developing professionals, and promoting the use of solid planning principles. 
Visit the APA NM Website

Like the APA NM on Facebook

AIAS

Visit the AIAS Chapter website

Roger Schluntz - Faculty Adviser 
schluntz@unm.edu

Community and Regional Planning Graduate Student Association

The Community & Regional Planning Graduate Student Association (CRP GSA) advocates for and serves the interests of graduate students at the University of New Mexico.

Student Organizations News

UNM inducts 10 into Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society
December 9, 2015
Read More… UNM inducts 10 into Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society

AIA Albuquerque Design Awards
January 1, 2015
The Albuquerque Chapter of the American Institute of Architects honors the winners of the 2014 AIA Albuquerque Design Awards Program. Honor Awards Read More… AIA Albuquerque Design Awards

ARTS Lab Receives iDMAa Award
August 29, 2013
The Art, Research, Technology & Science Laboratory (ARTS Lab) at the University of New Mexico has recently been selected as the 2013 recipient of the International Digital Media Association Innovative Program Award from the International Digital Media & Arts Association (iDMAa). Read More… ARTS Lab Receives iDMAa Award

Students Win Downtown Action Team Fence Competition
July 9, 2013
A design proposal submitted by Navida Johnson (BAEPD) and Michael Canales (MArch) was selected by Albuquerque's Downtown Action Team. Read More… Students Win Downtown Action Team Fence Competition