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Your faculty and staff news since 1965
February 14, 2005
Volume 40, Number 7

UNM Press moves to Sunport area

The University of New Mexico Press recently moved to 1601 Randolph Rd. SE. The editorial, production, marketing and administrative departments moved from their previous location in the Lobo Center on Lomas.

The new location is in a well-lit, airy business complex, located two blocks north of the Albuquerque Sunport and two blocks west of Yale Boulevard. Its new offices will be closer to the press business, customer service and distribution center on Spirit Drive.

David Holtby, editor-in-chief and associate director, said, “These offices have served the press well in a period of growth and transition [since 1990], but it’s time to make way for new construction at the Lobo Center.

UNM Press is committed to continuous improvement not only for ourselves but also for the UNM community as a whole. Our pending move is an opportunity to make changes that improve efficiency, communications and customer service.”

Holtby added, “Moving to new quarters permits us to step up to offices that match our national and international stature as a leading scholarly publisher.”
Director Luther Wilson said, “We will have to make extra efforts to keep in touch with university faculty and staff, and with our authors on campus.”