What's going on, Albuquerque?
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"wow - is unm legally allowed to pursue unfunded capital projects?"
Michelle, Krista's right, the Science and Math learning center was underway before the last GO bond vote and was funded by revenue bonds, the 2006 GO Bond and Bank of America donated some cash for the 3-D visualization lab. The Biology building is just being completed on the exterior until other means of funding it are available. We did a story on the opening back in March. http://news.unm.edu/2011/03/science-and-math-learning-center-opens/
Jeff, I can check into that for you. I think the Board of Regents use money from a lot of different sources to fund various projects (like the revenue bonds that helped with the Science and Math building) but I'll see what I can find out.
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