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Students and faculty honored by state legislature

By Rachel Whitt January 27, 2020

Spotted: Penn Badgley on UNM’s Campus

January 23, 2020

UNM Anderson announces 31st annual Hall of Fame honorees

By Megan Borders January 23, 2020

Anthropology lecture examines humans and houses

By Mary Beth King January 23, 2020

NMiF examines important topics to 2020 legislative session

January 23, 2020

Landscape architecture alumna listed as top young professional

January 23, 2020

Lobos head north for UNM Day at the Legislature

By Rachel Whitt January 22, 2020

UNM in the News

Headlines for January 27, 2020

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Timothy Krebs

Tim Krebs teaches courses in American politics with a specialization in urban politics, public policy, and campaigns and elections.

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Hematology Oncology Grand Rounds

February 07, 03:00PM

Family & Friends Journaling Group

February 06, 11:00PM

Stroke Support Group

February 05, 11:00PM

Good Clinical Practice Lab A

February 05, 09:00PM

Reportable New Information

February 05, 08:00PM

Diversity Council

February 05, 06:30PM

Traveling Office Hours

February 05, 05:30PM

CTSC Database Overview

February 05, 05:00PM

IRB 101

February 04, 08:00PM

Meditation and Relaxation Group

February 04, 05:30PM

Study Abroad Fair

February 04, 05:00PM

Survivors Writing Together

February 03, 09:30PM

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UNM's Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE) LOBOMotorsports team actively engages in community events, proudly displaying the cars the team has designed, built and raced at events. The 2017 FSAE car is currently on display at the Wheels Museum in Albuquerque, nestled among vintage trains, bicycles and automobiles at the museum, which is located next to the Albuquerque Railyards at 1100 Second St. SW.
UNM classes will resume on Jan. 21, 2020. Have a safe, happy and restful holiday, Lobos!
Hundreds of Lobos gathered under the green and red lights of Popejoy Hall to sing carols before walking to President Stokes' house and presenting her with a handmade wreath. UNM's oldest student tradition is a joint effort betwee several groups, including the Mortar Board Honor Society, Student Activity Center and Alumni Association. 
ASUNM hosted its annual Giving Tree Launch Party where each candy cane includes a tag, listing the age of a child in our community and the gift they are asking for during the holidays.
The first snow of the season quicky turned into rain and everything on campus seems so quiet.
All week, UNM is recognizing the culture, traditions and perspectives our international students bring to campus.