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UNM updates taproom proposal; cuts cost in half
January 8, 2018

UNM updates taproom proposal; cuts cost in half

The University of New Mexico’s proposed taproom…

Smith Plaza ground breaking ceremony
January 8, 2018

Smith Plaza Graphic

The University of New Mexico hosts a Smith Plaza renovation ground breaking ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 18 at 9 a.m. on Smith Plaza—south of Zimmerman Library, north of the Student Union Buildin…


Regents unanimously approve UNM Taproom
February 14, 2018

UNM Taproom Rendering

The University of New Mexico will soon see bubbly brews and vino served at the Student Union Building (SUB) come August 2018. The UNM Board of Regents unanimously approved the $650,000 UNM Taproom pr…


Welcome to the Wonder Cabinet
March 23, 2018

Explore the borderlands between art and science at the weekend-long convocation, Albuquerque Wonder Cabinet: Precision and Imagination, April 20 through 22. The event will consist of more than 20 reno…


Art installation addresses criminal justice system
April 19, 2018

A rendering of the project, Caged, designed and fabricated by UNM students.

Students from the School of Architecture and Planning are partnering with the Lobo Reading Experience to create a new art installation.

“Caged” debuted during Arts Unexpected, it will be…

CNM and UNM collaborate in affordable housing project
April 15, 2018

The University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning is working in collaboration with Central New Mexico Community College on a paid internship for students to create sustainable and affo…

MCRP Student Boney Mutabazi elected as GPSA President
April 9, 2018

Boney Mutabazi Campaign Poster

The University of New mexico School of Architecture + Planning would like to extend our congrtualations to Master of Community + Regional Planning student, Boney Mutabazi, the new president of the U…

UNM students designing urban gardens
April 4, 2018

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Students at the University of New Mexico design and planning assistance studio are drawing up concepts for three urban garden open space, all located in and around Albuquerqu…


Photo Issue: The Architect
May 9, 2018

Antoine Predock_Perla D'Andrea

 When I asked Antoine Predock for an interview, I was not expecting to be welcomed as if I were a family member who was coming for a casual visit after a long  absence.

Predock, a renowned …



Faculty member Nora Wendl exhibits work at Sanitary Tortilla Factory.
July 30, 2018

Image from exhibit

Beautiful Test Sites / Now I am become death

July 13 – August 31, 2018

Opening Reception: Friday, July 13, 2018, 6 – 9 pm

In Beautiful Test Sites / Now I am become death, Mitchell Squire…

Los Lunas lands grant to design Route 66 museum
July 17, 2018

Image of downtown Los Lunas

The village of Los Lunas, New Mexico, received a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to help design and plan a Route 66 museum and visitors center.

The Valencia County News-Bulleti…


UNM welcomes new hires at New Faculty Orientation
August 24, 2018

UNM welcomed new hires at the New Faculty Orientation held today in the SUB ballroom A and B. The event was open to anyone that wanted to meet the new faculty.

Presented by the Office of the Provost a…

‘Heart of UNM’ reopens
August 13, 2018

image of completed Smith plaza

Official ribbon cutting ceremony August 29

Smith Plaza, the center and heart of main campus at The University of New Mexico, will reopen after undergoing a major renovation completed by Jaynes Corp…


Draft & Table to open in the SUB
October 10, 2018

It has been said that the most cherished moments happen when family and friends get together—together is a great place to be, and now near the heart of main campus at The University of New Mexic…


A career three decades in the making
October 23, 2018

Image from France

It was the 1980s, Ronald Reagan was president, gas was $1.25 a gallon, Apple Computer® launched its first Mac and Chris Wilson started his career at The University of New Mexico.

“The cha…


Architecture student discovers passion in U.S.
December 13, 2018

There is a universality to certain qualities and experiences for every student who pursues the challenge of higher education. Late night study sessions, the pressure of examinations, and steep textb…

Featured Member - Geraldene Blackgoat, Assoc. AIA
December 10, 2018

Geraldene Blackgoat, Assoc. AIA, has a passion for culturally appropriate design, stemming from her upbringing on the Navajo reservation in Arizona. In fact, her graduate school research project was o…

UNM partnership revitalizes rural communities
December 10, 2018

Finding Rural image

Students at the UNM School of Architecture and Planning (SAP) are learning essential real-world skills, while simultaneously boosting economic innovation in rural New Mexico. 

Tim Castillo, asso…