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Lobos encouraged to join #GivingTuesdayNow global help effort

April 30, 2020

UNM Foundation working to assist Lobo community

April 05, 2020

Nominees sought for 2020 Paul Bartlett Ré Peace Prize

February 06, 2020

UNM Foundation hosts Grantsmanship Training Program® March 2-6

January 20, 2020

2019 UNM collectible holiday ornament released

By Rachel Whitt December 12, 2019

#LobosGiveDay set for Dec. 3

November 25, 2019

UNM Gives prizewinners announced

October 22, 2019

UNM begins 2019 UNM Gives Campaign

September 30, 2019

Todd selected as president & CEO of UNM Foundation

June 04, 2019

Endowed gift supports UNM Indigenous Design Institute

By Rachel Whitt May 02, 2019

UNM in the News

Headlines for May 1, 2020

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Robert Rhatigan joined the UNM Geospatial and Population Studies group in 2013 and currently serves as director and head of UNM Geospatial and Population Studies. His background in GIS, data analysis and technical communication has been a valuable addition to...

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Survivors Writing Together

June 01, 08:30PM

HSC Staff Recognition Event

May 29, 05:30PM

REDCap Beyond the Basics

May 21, 08:00PM

Stroke Support Group

May 20, 10:00PM

RedCap Basic Training

May 19, 08:00PM

Survivors Writing Together

May 18, 08:30PM

Spring 2020 - Commencement

May 16, 06:00AM

Spring 2020 - Finals Week

May 15, 06:00AM

AHRQ Grant Basics

May 14, 07:00PM

Spring 2020 - Finals Week

May 14, 01:00PM

Mission Nutrition

May 13, 07:30PM

Spring 2020 - Finals Week

May 13, 06:00AM

UNM Social Media

UNM Health, Presbyterian Healthcare Services and Lovelace Health System joined forces with New Mexico United to support our health care workers by passing out lawn signs.
UNM Director of Athletics Eddie Nuñez and Deputy A.D. David Williams delivered nearly $1,000 worth of groceries to the Lobo Food Pantry after news that traffic to the pantry tripled in March due to the coronavirus outbreak. It was the first of several deliveries over the upcoming weeks by Lobo Athletics, which will distribute approximately $4,000 worth of groceries and toiletries.
Spring has arrived on the campus of The University of New Mexico. 
Lobos gathered in the SUB Atrium to celebrate the University's birthday, as well as the adoption of the school's mascot. 
Greek Sing is the annual opportunity for the UNM Fraternity and Sorority community to showcase their skills in open mic, mixed group and step, stroll and salute performances.
Representatives from ASUNM, UNM Athletics and UNM's ROTC program join forces to raise the Pan African Flag to kickoff Black History Month.