Utilize an equity and inclusion lens to expand opportunity; cultivate potential of students, faculty and staff at UNM; create new knowledge; and provide service by:
  • leveraging our assets as a highly research-intensive university,
  • centering the community wealth of the peoples of New Mexico and beyond, and
  • valuing all voices.

News Highlights

Safe Zone 2022

Safe Zone Training
Friday, September 23rd 1pm-5pm

Join the LGBTQ Resource Center for its annual Safety Week Safe Zone workshop. The workshop will be offered virtually.

To register click here or follow the QR code on the flyer

For more information, please reach out to

Frankie Flores: fiyero81@unm.edu,
Director, UNM LGBTQ Resource Center

NCFDD Scholarship

We are an NCFDD Institutional Member!

The Division for Equity and Inclusion is offering $2,125 scholarships to support tenure- track faculty members on the Main and Health Sciences campus to participate in the Faculty Success Program.

Scholarship Deadlines:

  • March 1, 2023 for Summer 2023 session
  • May 10, 2023 for Fall 2023 and Spring 2023 sessions

Click for detailsAugust 24, 2022

I-RES-Research Assistant

Application Deadline, October 1, 2022

Financial Support provided by Indian Resource Development. https://ird.nmsu.edu. Tribal affiliation required to apply.
IRD is a statewide program that offers educational and professional development opportunities for Native American students from NM who are in high school and college; and supports tribal nations in New Mexico in developing their own technical and managerial expertise in agriculture, natural resources, engineering, energy, and business.

Click for detailsAugust 24, 2022

Black Experience

New project reveals Black history at UNM

With a swipe of the screen, the history and legacy of the Black experience at The University of New Mexico is now available thanks to a new touchscreen at the African American Student Services office in Mesa Vista Hall. The website touchscreen project Black History at UNM is the result of a collaboration between the AASS and UNM Communications and Marketing Department Web team.
“The project came from a need to archive the Black experience at UNM in a way that students can engage with it in real time,” said program director Brandi Stone.

Click for detailsAugust 22, 2022


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Find your way to the people and offices that can help staff and faculty address harmful experiences in the workplace, from bullying and violations of academic freedom to discrimination, harassment, violence, and retaliation.  Click here to see how and why we developed the Wayfinder!

Wayfinder App coming soon

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