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 of architecture and the allied arts and a member of the Association of College honor Societies. UNM's Gamma Lambda chapter is one of 87 chapters nationally.

The induction ceremony was held at Hodgin Hall with Associate Provost Greg Heileman serving as guest speaker. Each student was congratulated by the program directors and Dean Geraldine Forbes Isais.

Serving as officers are Jayne Franck, chapter president; and Jennifer Jaramillo, treasurer. The TSD faculty advisor is Eric Bernard, director of landscape architecture. Architecture Professor and former Dean Roger Schluntz is Tau Sigma Delta Grand Chapter President.

Master in Architecture Inductees: Filemon Louez Aragon, Las Cruces, N.M.; Jason Douglas Boyd, Weston, Conn.; Joseph Allen Grijalva, Anthony, N.M.; Alfred Doniel Kahn, Gallup, N.M.; Marcel Montoya, Telluride, Colo.; Amy Elizabeth Smith, Las Cruces, N.M.; and Grace Elia Vicuna, Peru.

Bachelor in Architecture Inductees: Gordon Hawkins Barnard, Houston, Texas; Ruben Contreras, Las Cruces, N.M.; Kristen Marie Gandy, Huntersville, N.C.; Lauren Rae Golightly, Albuquerque, N.M.; and Michael Richard Pace, Las Vegas, N.M..

Master in Landscape Architecture Inductees: Rachel Anne Bakker, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Christie Nell Green, Anchorage, Alaska; Claire Elaine Heywood, Queenstown, South Africa; and Romila P. Jogdand, Mumbai.

Master in Community and Regional Planning Inductees: Sandra Davis-Anderson, Ft. Defiance, Ariz.; Nathaniel Jay Feddes, Cerritos, Calif.; and Anna E. Lapera, Potomac, Md.

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Planning Design Inductees: Claire Elena Dalby, Albuquerque, N.M.; Suom Francis, Saint Andrews Island, Colombia; Caitlin Elise Hein, Albuquerque, N.M.; and Jaime Marie Jaramillo, Albuquerque, N.M.

Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society recognizes the scholastic achievement of undergraduates who are in their fourth year of study and graduate students enrolled in architecture, landscape architecture, or community and regional planning who have completed one year of study in their respective program at UNM. Students must be in the upper 20 percent of their class.

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