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Two focus groups on drinking water reuse at UNM rescheduled

October 03, 2016 — The University of New Mexico Community and Regional Planning Program will conduct two focus groups on drinking water reuse Monday, Oct. 17 and Friday, Oct. 21. The focus groups will be held in Pearl Hall, room P133 (lower level) from 12 to 1:30 p.m. ...

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...

Ehrenfeucht is new director of Community & Regional Planning

Ehrenfeucht is new director of Community & Regional Planning

November 30, 2015 — The UNM School of Architecture and Planning has a new director of Community and Regional Planning. Renia Ehrenfeucht calls herself a “westerner” - born in Los Angeles and living in northern California, Seattle and Colorado. However, she comes to UNM by...

Stupich lecture moved to Monday, March 2

February 27, 2015 — Due to the closing of UNM on Friday, the UNM School of Architecture & Planning lecture featuring photographer Martin Stupich, has been rescheduled for Monday, March 2 at 5:30 p.m. He will deliver “Forty Years Sneaking Around in Broad Daylight,” in the George Pearl Hall auditorium. Stupich’s talk is the school’s

Exploring native holiday traditions

Exploring native holiday traditions

December 24, 2014 — The University of New Mexico community has people who come from the far reaches of the world. UNM is also home to people whose roots run deep into the New Mexico soil. At this time of year, they leave the lights of Albuquerque and head home to Acoma, Ohkay Owingeh and Isleta; while others are drawn to Taos Pueblo, Santo Domingo or a site on the Navajo reservation.

Rivera receives award for acequia work

Rivera receives award for acequia work

December 03, 2014 — José Rivera, a Center for Regional Studies research scholar and professor in community and regional planning in the School of Architecture and Planning, recently received the first ever Acequia Scholar Award from the New Mexico Acequia Association. Rivera was honored for his years of academic service to acequias.

UNM Planning students win poster contest

UNM Planning students win poster contest

May 19, 2014 — Students in Francisco Uviña’s class, Community and Regional Planning class in the School of Architecture and Planning, recently won the first place award in the poster conference at the Shared Knowledge Conference. Navida Johnson, Sarah Shaw, Shavone ...

Three Fall Courses in Historic Preservation Offered

July 24, 2013 — The University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning offers three courses in historic preservation and regionalism. Each is a three-credit course.Introduction to Preservation and Regionalism is an introduction to the history theory and ...

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