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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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UNM Social Media

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.
UNM President Garnett S. Stokes joined legislators in the N.M. House and Senate as they honored four Lobos for their dedication to scholarship and research.
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.