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Giving to Engineering

Giving to Engineering

Your gift today influences the future of our students, our communities, and our world. You can direct your gift to a specific fund, department, or program.

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Awards

The SOE Annual Awards

The SOE Annual Awards

The School of Engineering is celebrating its outstanding students, faculty and staff this spring. These awards recognize those who go above and beyond in their work.

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Points of Pride

Rankings

Rankings

The UNM School of Engineering is the highest-ranked engineering program in New Mexico, and the only Carnegie R1 (highest research activity) university in the state, putting it in the same class as MIT, Stanford, Purdue and other well-respected engineering programs in the country.

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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.

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Nuclear engineering student receives fellowship
November 17, 2020
Lauren Crabtree, a graduate student in The University of New Mexico Department of Nuclear Engineering, is the recipient of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme. Read More...

Project sheds new light on cancer-treatment delivery
November 17, 2020
A team of researchers at The University of New Mexico have recently developed a biomimetic nanoparticle capable of delivering gene-editing technology into a mouse brain and highlights for the first time the use of mesoporous silica-based system for CRISPR delivery into cervical and lung cancer cells. Read More...

(From left): Jorge Alberto Diaz Cruz (UNM electrical and computer engineering Ph.D. candidate with Biedron performing research at SLAC), Biedron, and Aasma Aslam. Taken at the 2019 Particle Accelerator Conference in Lansing, Michigan. Photo by S.V. Milton (Los Alamos National Laboratory).

Biedron selected as faculty member of Cornell Center for Bright Beams
November 17, 2020
Sandra Biedron, a research professor in The University of New Mexico Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Department of Mechanical Engineering, has recently become a faculty member of Cornell University’s Center for Bright Beams. Read More...

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