Design and Planning Assistance Center

School of Architecture and Planning 
Dr. Mark Childs
Geographic Area Served

Albuquerque, New Mexico State-wide, Santa Fe
Project Description
Since 1969 DPAC has (1) taught students about work with public clients, (2) provided design and planning services to non-profits, community groups, and municipalities throughout the state. Graduate students work with communities to develop design, planning, and policy visions. Approx. 30 graduate students and 4 to 6 communities a yearObjectives: To (1) teach students in a professional program about public service and prof. ethics, (2) provide services for the underserved
1. Students enrolled in a graduate program in the School of Architecture and Planning 2. An underserved community group, non-profit, or municipality

Course Information

Department: Arch, Landscape Architecture and CRP
Course #: 508
Frequency: Every semester

Contact Information:
Location Mailing Address
UNM - Main Campus
2414 Central Ave. SE
 UNM Main Campus
MSC04 2530
Email Telephone
Dr. Mark Childs
Dr. Mark Childs 277-5059

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