UNM students 'teaching rockets to fly'
Mechanical Engineering class building world’s largest amateur rocket

Shattering stereotypes
Breaking Math inspiring a community to embrace STEM

Still shining
UNM Solar Splash team overcomes adversity to win awards at national contest

FSAE adds star power to this year's program
Team ready for international competition June 21-24

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

High-schoolers build sensors, test them at Sandia Crest

High-schoolers build sensors, test them at Sandia Crest

About 30 local high school students visited The University of New Mexico School of Engineering on Saturday (June 17) to work with faculty and graduate students to learn how to build low-cost sensors, then put them to the test measuring the natural frequency, or sway, of a car on the Sandia Peak Tramway.

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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!

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Sang Lee

Lee Receives ORAU Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award
June 26, 2017
Sang Lee, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of New Mexico, has been awarded one of Oak Ridge Associate Universities (ORAU) 2017 Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Awards. Read More...

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High-schoolers build sensors, test them at Sandia crest
June 19, 2017
About 30 local high school students visited The University of New Mexico School of Engineering on Saturday (June 17) to work with faculty and graduate students to learn how to build low-cost sensors, then put them to the test measuring the natural frequency, or sway, of a car on the Sandia Peak Tramway. Read More...

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UNM triumphs over adversity to win Outstanding Solar System Design Award, other honors, at Solar Splash
June 14, 2017
Engineers are known for being organized, analytical, and prepared with a plan well in advance. But sometimes, despite research, testing, and complex calculations, the best-laid plans throw a curveball, forcing engineers to act more like ER doctors in crisis mode than calm and in-control logical thinkers. Read More...

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