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PAWS Award seeking nominations

By Rachel Whitt April 11, 2018

Staff given priority for classes

April 02, 2018

Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Mentor 2.0 program seeks volunteers

March 16, 2018

Lindquist named director of Student Activities

February 13, 2018

Five UNM staff members honored as 'Women of Influence'

February 12, 2018

UNM plans volunteer event with Roadrunner Food Bank

By Seairra Sheppard December 12, 2017

Nominations open for Paul Ré Peace Prize

November 22, 2017

Happy Tails for the holidays

By Rachel Whitt November 09, 2017

Staff as Students event set for Monday, Nov. 6

November 01, 2017

Grotbeck soars to bring success to others

By Rachel Stone October 26, 2017

UNM in the News

Headlines for April 23

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UNM faculty expert on race and social justice – Nancy López

UNM faculty expert on race and social justice – Nancy López

Nancy López is an associate professor of sociology at the University of New Mexico  López directs and co-founded the Institute for the Study of “Race” and Social Justice, RWJF Center for Health Policy, which is in the process of creating a ...

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Engineering Expo

May 04, 07:00PM

UNM Symphonic Band

May 03, 01:30AM

Diversity Council Meeting

May 02, 05:30PM

Brown Bag Speakers Series

May 01, 05:00PM

UNM Wind Symphony

May 01, 01:30AM

TedxABQ 2018 Design Salon

April 30, 11:00PM

Look Good Feel Better

April 30, 07:00PM

Mind-Body Detox Online Course

April 30, 06:00AM

Stadium Stair Challenge

April 28, 03:00PM

UNM Engineering Energy Day

April 28, 03:00PM

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The 10th annual Sustainability Expo went off without a hitch, introducing students to more sustainabile ways of living. There was also a thriving grower's market.  
Southwest Canine Corps of Volunteers brought their furry friends to campus to help students decompress during the stressful finals season. 
UNM brought the world to Albuquerque with the 2018 International Festival. The annual event included musical performances, cultural art and crafts, and food from countries represented by UNM students and communities.
Construction is progressing on Smith Plaza. A finished outdoor space is expected by the end of the summer. 
Lead by President Stokes, many Lobos walked out on work recently. The walk, sponsored by UNM Employee Wellness, honored the American Heart Association’s National Walking Day—a day that promotes awareness of cardiovascular health.
If a hollow Sun was filled up with spherical Earths then around 960,000 would fit inside. Good thing UNM has gorgeous, shady study spots all around campus.