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.
Golden Grads celebrates Class of 1967
Join us May 12 as we reunite with the 50-year graduates of the School of Engineering!
$7 million Air Force contract to fund next-generation satellite electronics
The University of New Mexico has been awarded a $7 million grant from the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop and build new materials and devices for electronics in space.
UNM awarded $1.6 million NSF grant to extend microsystems education
The University of New Mexico has been awarded $1.6 million from the National Science Foundation to continue a successful program to provide educational materials to industry trainers and educators on the growing science and technology of microsystems.
Breaking Math: inspiring a community to embrace STEM
April 20, 2017
Their website claims the “Breaking Math” podcast breaks down difficult mathematical concepts for all to understand. But spend just two minutes with hosts Jonathan Baca and Gabriel Hesch, and it’s clear their passion for teaching reaches far beyond the microphone. Read More...
Engineering-led team wins UNM Business Plan Competition
April 19, 2017
A team led by students in the School of Engineering won the top prize at the annual UNM Business Plan Competition, held earlier this month. Read More...
Chi among UNM scientists selected for 2017 Women in STEM awards
April 19, 2017
A group of UNM professors has received the 2017 Women in STEM awards to honor their research in diverse areas of inquiry, including bioengineering, exercise science, biology, linguistics, political science and astronomy and physics. Read More...