Two doctors and two coaches received the Regents' Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of extraordinary and distinguished service to The University of New Mexico at the December board meeting.
The regents honored Dr. Cheryl L. Willman for her...
The UNM Board of Regents today approved a proposal by Lobo Development Corporation (LDC) for design, construction and lease of a baseball clubhouse for the University of New Mexico Athletics Department.
"This has been a long process, but I want to thank...
The LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center, a new office designed to provide information and support to students and university community members dealing with sexual violence, misconduct, and harassment, is now open on the University of New Mexico campus.
Lobo Development Corporation, on behalf of the Regents of the University of New Mexico, is in negotiations with 54 Development LLC for development of the first phase of the Sports and Entertainment District at UNM’s South Campus.
The Innovate ABQ board is now reviewing proposals from developers for a new building at the Innovate ABQ site at Central and Broadway NE in Albuquerque. Requests for proposals were submitted on June 1.
The University of New Mexico Board of Regents approved an innovative tuition model that offers an incentive for students to graduate in four years and predictability in financial planning for students and the university.
Gov. Susana Martinez has named two appointments to the board of regents overseeing The University of New Mexico. Long-time regent Jamie Koch was reappointed to the board, along with newcomer Marron Lee, an attorney with strong family ties to UNM.