• Michaele Pride is a professor in the School of Architecture + Planning at The University of New Mexico.
  • As an architect and urban designer, Pride emphasizes principles of consensus, collaboration and public engagement in her teaching, research and professional consulting.
  • Her current work focuses on the intersection between design and public health—seeking ways to create healthy, sustainable and equitable communities.
  • At UNM, Michaele leads and supports projects through the school’s Design and Planning Assistance Center (DPAC), including several for NM Mainstreet communities and The Stories of Route 66: the International District (a plan for a new community space in Albuquerque).
  • She is a core member of the HIVE Collaborative, a cross-campus community initiative to address adverse determinants of health. Related to this effort, she leads the funded Central Corridor Neighborhood Study in Albuquerque.
  • Pride also heads the MS Architecture track in Public Health and the Built Environment.

Additional Areas of Interest
Public interest design, community-driven design, messy urbanism, affordable housing and race & gender in architecture and urban design.

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