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


APPLY NOW - Spring 2023
DEADLINE TO APPLY: NMSU: December 19: 2022 || Other Institutions: January 31, 2023

Particular emphasis is placed on supporting groups that historically have been underrepresented in STEM: African Americans, Alaskan Natives, American Indians, Hispanic Americans and Native Pacific Islanders. To participate in the URS program, a student must also meet eligibility criteria.

Click for detailsJanuary 23, 2023

New Wayfinder Logo

New website designed to help UNM staff and faculty get help when they experience harm

A new campus website designed to make it easier to find support for, or to report, instances of harm that staff and faculty experience will soon be available at The University of New Mexico. The website and mobile app, known as Wayfinder, will help...

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December 15, 2022

The University of New Mexico’s Inclusive Excellence Postdoctoral and Visiting Scholars Program (IEPVSP) is available to support up to three postdoctoral fellow, research associate, or visiting scholar positions that would enhance racial/ethnic diversity on main campus...
Round 1 Deadline - January 24, 2023,
Round 2  Deadline- April 4, 2023

Annual Staff Campus Climate Survey

Dates, January 4 - February 28, 2023

Click for detailsJanuary 23, 2023


New Wayfinder Logo

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

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