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UNM Bookstore unveils 2016 collectible holiday ornament

UNM Bookstore unveils 2016 collectible holiday ornament

December 01, 2016 — The holiday spirit is dancing through Albuquerque and The University of New Mexico. From the tumbleweed snowman on I-40 to the collectible holiday ornaments in the UNM Bookstore, signs of the season are popping up all around. UNM’s 2016 ornament is the...

8th Annual Navajo Rug Auction on Saturday, Nov. 19

8th Annual Navajo Rug Auction on Saturday, Nov. 19

November 18, 2016 — The 8th annual Navajo Rug Auction is set for Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Prairie Star Restaurant in Bernalillo. More than 200 traditional and contemporary handmade rugs by weavers of New Mexico and Arizona will be on display and available for purchase. The...

Sigma Xi, IEEE presents ‘What Happened to the Mammoths?’

Sigma Xi, IEEE presents ‘What Happened to the Mammoths?’

October 17, 2016 — Join UNM’s chapter of Sigma Xi for the Science and Society Distinguished Public Talk on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 5:30 p.m. in the UNM Conference Center Auditorium as they present ‘What Happened to the Mammoths? Exploring the Cause of North America’s Most Recent Mass Extinction.’

Turkeys on the fringe

Turkeys on the fringe

June 09, 2016 — It was meant to be a simple project. When UNM Assistant Professor of Anthropology Emily Jones began working with graduate student Cyler Conrad they wanted to set up a trial project with a simple yes or no outcome. Conrad needed to learn how to work with...

UNM research plays important part in new article in “Nature”

UNM research plays important part in new article in “Nature”

May 03, 2016 — A new article in the journal “Nature” this week paints the outlines of a group of people who began to populate the land we know as modern day Europe starting 45,000 years ago. The article pieces together the work of researchers from dozens on...

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