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Engineering student receives prestigious Churchill Scholarship

Engineering student receives prestigious Churchill Scholarship

Julian Vigil is a point of print for the Lobo pack. The chemical engineering student was just named as one of the elite Churchill Scholars.

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How alumni can give back

Find out all of the ways you can help support the students, faculty and programs in the School of Engineering.

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Engineering students learn how to design bridges using 3D printing

Engineering students learn how to design bridges using 3D printing

Students in The University of New Mexico Department of Civil Engineering this semester designed and built a railroad bridge, which may not seem like an unusual feat for these students. But this group of budding engineers did it a little differently, with the aid of 3D printing.

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Christodoulou selected as next dean of the School of Engineering

Christodoulou selected as next dean of the School of Engineering

University of New Mexico Acting President Chaouki Abdallah and Acting Provost Craig White announced today the appointment of Christos G. Christodoulou, a Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, as the next Jim and Ellen King Dean of Engineering and Computing at The University of New Mexico.

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UNM engineering student joins ranks of the elite
February 2, 2017
Julian Vigil is a point of pride for the Lobo pack. The chemical engineering senior was just named as one of the elite Churchill Scholars. Read More...

Cerrato

NSF CAREER recipient to investigate reactivity of uranium mine wastes in Native communities
February 2, 2017
José M. Cerrato, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at The University of New Mexico, has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award. The project will measure the environmental impact that abandoned uranium mines have had in Native American communities and develop methods to lessen the effects. Read More...

Application deadline Feb. 15 for Women In STEM awards
January 27, 2017
Women faculty in The University of New Mexico's STEM fields can now apply for a variety of grants as part of the 2017 Women In STEM awards. Read More...

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