Five student scholars have joined the staff of the Inter-American studies Library Program which oversees collection development in Spanish and Portuguese and in Latin American and Chicano/Hispano studies.
Zimmerman Library opened a renovated collaborative space for students on the eastern end of the first floor on August 17th. The Zimmerman Library Learning Commons has many of the features suggested by students.
Sports related concussions are a major concern that has drawn national attention over the past several years. The University of New Mexico has engaged in a progressive research program examining concussions in their athletes...
More than 2.5 inches of rain fell in two hours in the vicinity of the UNM campus Friday night and early Saturday morning causing a vareity of problems as water overwhelmed the drainage systems, backed up in low-lying areas and entered under doors, flow
Allen Cooper began his work as an activist in 1959, just after he left the U.S. Navy. Born and raised in Albuquerque, he says the Navy opened his eyes. He learned about racism and sexism and began to rethink his original intention to become an Episcopa
Tony Hillerman taught generations of UNM students the basics of newswriting, but he was also an accomplished writer of fiction. His best known books are a series of mysteries involving two Navajo Nation police officers, Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee. But H
Digital Initiatives Librarian and Assistant Professor in the College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences Kevin Comerford is taking on a new role as a community representative for the Digital Library of America (DPLA).
What do Ruben Cobos, Tony Hillerman, U.S. Route 66 and “El Hispano News” all have to do with each other? They are all new collections and digital projects at the Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections, a part of the University of New Mex