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Growing great landscape architects

Growing great landscape architects

March 03, 2016 — Masters students in the University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning’s landscape architecture program truly demonstrate mastery of their art and science. Over the years, current and former students have garnered many awards – locally,...

Winners announced for new architecture travel fellowship

Winners announced for new architecture travel fellowship

February 09, 2016 — John Quale, director of the architecture program in The University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning, has announced the first two winners of travel fellowships funded through the Thomas and Susan Schoeman Travel Endowment for...

UNM architecture students win ‘Better Philadelphia Challenge’

UNM architecture students win ‘Better Philadelphia Challenge’

February 04, 2016 — Students in Katya Crawford and Cory Greenfield’s Competition Studio in the University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning won the Better Philadelphia Challenge, an international competition to challenge university students from around the...

UNM landscape architecture students earn first place ENYA award

UNM landscape architecture students earn first place ENYA award

February 20, 2014 — Landscape architecture graduate students Jessica Shoemaker, Jessica Johnson and Paul Crespo earned a first place award in the international ENYA 2014 Queensway Connection Elevating the Public Realm Design Competition. Their submission was Ebb + Flow. ...

CityLab Exhibit Features 'Root 66'

May 10, 2013 — A student from the CityLab studio explains his project to Dean Geraldine Forbes Isais.The UNM School of Architecture and Planning recently opened an exhibition at ABQ+UNM CityLab, located at 505 Central Ave., featuring development, revitalization ...

Summer Institute on Historic Preservation Set

April 03, 2013 — The June 2013 Southwest Summer Institute for Preservation and Regionalism, a program in the University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning, features four week-long courses this year, starting June 3 and running consecutively through the ...

School of Architecture and Planning Inducts 23 into Tau Sigma Delta

December 06, 2012 — Landscape Architecture Director Eric Bernard, center, with the newly inducted Tau Sigma Delta students from his program.The UNM School of Architecture and Planning recently inducted 23 into Tau Sigma Delta, the only honor society recognized in the fields ...

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