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The Advanced Technology Center extends the college’s ability to serve its mission by adding approximately 80,000 square feet of state-of-the-art laboratory and classroom space ideal for the Applied Technologies programs. The center hosts day, evening and weekend classes as well as open labs for students, tutoring hours and rotation hours for AT’s Achievement Coach and […]
The STEMulus Center is the nation’s premier education and training center for people who want today’s best jobs, and the top resource for employers who need to hire the best people. Photos: Mark Alan Duran, 2016
The South Valley Campus is located in the South Valley’s Pajarito Village on Isleta Boulevard adjacent to the Rio Grande Bosque. This is a historically and culturally significant area and is one of the oldest communities in the state, with many of its founding families (including but not limited to Padillas, Armijos, Gutierrez-Hubble) still residing […]
CNM is offering career and technical education classes in Rio Rancho’s AMREP Southwest Inc. building. Photos: Mark Alan Duran, 2016
The Campus was made possible after voters approved expanding CNM’s taxing district to include all of Rio Rancho in 2007. The Rio Rancho Campus offers a range of courses in the following program areas: General Education Nursing Business Teacher Education
Located in Albuquerque’s Northeast Heights, the CNM Campus offers a variety of technical and arts courses. Photos: Mark Alan Duran, 2016
Photos: City of ABQ Film Office 2003 + Cyndy McCrossen 2010
This is a 44-acre park with 2 playgrounds, 7 soccer fields, 4 lit softball fields, barbecue grills and picnic tables. Parking: 564 The memorial park includes a NM war veterans memorial, military and missile display. Additional veteran’s memorials in Albuquerque includes Bataan Park at 748 Tulane Dr, NE (at Lomas Blvd NE) Photos: City of […]
Albuquerque is not a wasteland, not full of teepees, but rather a city in the center of New Mexico; most residents spend their whole childhood wanting to get out of here, but the minute they leave they all want to go back; residents of this city understand that they do not sell newspapers at the […]
Broadcasting and media production facility. Home of independent NM TV station Ch27. Studio facilities for film production, TV events, debates, still photography, and music videos. Green-screen, corner cyclorama, offices and other facilities. Conveniently located in downtown ABQ.
Albuquerque, New Mexico’s premier Sports Bar is the right place for friends and family. TV sports from around the world, a great menu, and year round events to make life special – receptions, anniversaries, birthdays, testimonials, roasts, promotions, divorces, demotions, castle closings, joustings, moat openings, sports wins, club football and best lines of the year. […]
Located in the center of campus east of the duck pond, Zimmerman houses collections for education, humanities, and social sciences, as well as, the Government Documents Collection. Zimmerman is the largest of the four libraries and has a large number of computers and study spaces. John Gaw Meem is regarded as one of the most […]
STC.UNM (formerly known as the Science & Technology Corporation @ UNM) is a nonprofit corporation formed and owned entirely by the University of New Mexico Board of Regents (UNM). We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with an independent board of directors. Located on UNM’s south campus at the Science & Technology Park in Albuquerque, New […]
The School of Architecture and Planning is an integral part of the University of New Mexico. While the University was founded by an act of the Territorial Legislature in 1889, the role of designing and building settlements in the Rio Grande valley has been prominent in the development of the region since statehood in 1912. […]