UNM scientist pursues ultrafast laser technology
The project could increase network speeds tenfold

Open House 2017
School in the spotlight for hundreds of prospective students

Fuels of the future
UNM partners with NSF, Purdue on new research center

Celebrating our alumni
Distinguished Alumni Awards set for Nov. 2

Student Success

Engineering student creates first AR atom visualizer

Engineering student creates first AR atom visualizer

A University of New Mexico student took a leading role this summer in creating a smartphone app that does something no other app can do — visualize atoms using augmented reality.

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Alumni and supporters

A letter to our alumni

A letter to our alumni

Brian Burnett, chair of our Alumni Leadership Board, informs alumni how they can get behind the School's new strategic vision.

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News

A love story built at UNM

A love story built at UNM

Amy Wohlert and Joe Cecchi have given UNM more than four decades of combined service; but by the end of this month, they will both be saying goodbye to the school and start their new chapter of retirement.

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Academic Advising & Support

Resources for students

Resources for students

The School of Engineering offers a wide variety of student support services, from academic advisement, tutoring, and scholarships and internship information. Find out how we can help you on your journey! Click below to be directed to Academic Advising & Support.

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UNM Engineering: Promoting innovation since 1906

Recent News

Innovation by design
October 19, 2017
People recovering from strokes, trauma and other injuries often require intensive physical therapy and the use of special assistive devices to regain their mobility so that they can live independently. Read More...

Jacob

Civil engineering Ph.D. candidate receives $200,000 grant from U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
October 12, 2017
Jacob Collison, a Ph.D. candidate in water resources working under Mark Stone, associate professor in civil engineering, was awarded a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region. Read More...

2 engineering students named scholars by Great Minds in STEM
October 12, 2017
Two students from The University of New Mexico School of Engineering have been selected to receive scholarships from Great Minds in STEM, a nonprofit organization devoted promoting science, technology, engineering, and math to underserved communities. Read More...

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