The UNM Alumni Association is proud to share the Fall 2022 issue of Mirage Magazine with you. This issue of Mirage highlights alumnus Doug Campbell (’01 BS, ’02 MS) who is working to help the auto industry go green and catches up on the career of opera singer Ingela Onstad (’14 MM, ’17 MA). Read a fascinating Q&A with Cynthia Chavez Lamar (’01 PhD) the new director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian and celebrate Grammy and Pulitzer Prize wins by alumni. Take the time to get to know the newest president of the Alumni Board of Directors, Amy Miller (’85 BA, ’93 MPA) and learn more about our 2022 Alumni Award recipients.
Food in the Pantry
UNM archaeologist and Prof. Keith Prufer co-led a team excavating a site in Belize...
Fall in New Mexico is a Treat for the Senses
With the arrival of autumn comes the smell of roasting chile, the sight of hot air balloons on the horizon...
Class Notes – Fall 2022
News, notes and updates from UNM Alumni...
Outstanding Alumni 2022
Each year, we recognize a host of exceptional alumni and friends of UNM...
Fall 2022 Mirage Magazine Features
In A Solid State
UNM grad helps spark electric vehicle revolution…Read More
Opera singer pivots to performance coaching…Read More
Pretty Good At Math
Alumnus caps computing career with prestigious prize…Read More
Telling A Story
Alumna heads up museum devoted to the American Indian experience…Read More
Alumni board president keeps UNM ties tight…Read More
And the Winner Is…
Alumni take home a Grammy and a Pulitzer for music…Read More