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

Shattering stereotypes
Breaking Math inspiring a community to embrace STEM

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

Heinrich visits School of Engineering
Senator tours directed energy labs

Student Success

Engineering student's heritage shapes his future

Engineering student's heritage shapes his future

At first glance, one might think that a pottery artist and an electrical engineer have nothing in common, but Jared Too is proof that the two can meld together seamlessly.

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Alumni and supporters

2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards set for November 2

2017 Distinguished Alumni Awards set for November 2

Join us for our annual event to honor special alumni and friends of the School of Engineering.

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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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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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Alumna takes new position at DoD
September 13, 2017
Julie Lawrance, who earned both her master’s and Ph.D. from UNM in electrical engineering, has recently taken a position working as a staff specialist in the Directed Energy Weapons Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense. Read More...

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UNM partners with NSF, Purdue on new engineering research center
September 12, 2017
The University of New Mexico is part of a new National Science Foundation-funded engineering research center that will develop new technologies to produce fuels from U.S. shale gas deposits that could inject $20 billion annually into the economy. UNM researchers will partner with lead institution Purdue University in the Center for Innovative and Strategic Transformation of Alkane Resources, or CISTAR, which will be based at Purdue. Read More...

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NSF projects to take a holistic look at water quality
September 7, 2017
A researcher in The University of New Mexico School of Engineering has received $1.4 million from the National Science Foundation in two separate grants to study issues of water quality using holistic approaches that have never been attempted before. Read More...

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