Couple's gift creates UNM's first endowed dean position
Thanks to the generosity of an Albuquerque couple, The University of New Mexico School of Engineering is now the first school or college in the University to hold an endowed dean's position.
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UNM part of team bidding to manage Sandia National Labs
The University of New Mexico is a member of a team that has signed a formal agreement to bid jointly to manage Albuquerque-based Sandia National Laboratories. UNM is a member of the team led by Battelle and The Boeing Company, along with The Texas A&M University System and the University of Texas System.
UNM conducting national search for dean of engineering
University of New Mexico Provost Chaouki Abdallah has announced the launch of the search for a new dean of the School of Engineering, who would hold the title of Jim and Ellen King Dean of Engineering and Computing.
UNM electrical engineering students to compete in national racing competition
September 23, 2016
What is about a foot long, has four wheels, can go 40 miles an hour, is equipped with lasers, and can navigate around a course autonomously? The answer is a student-built vehicle designed to one-tenth scale of a Formula 1 race car. Read More...
Feezell earns grant from Department of Energy to develop novel lighting technology
September 20, 2016
Daniel Feezell, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at The University of New Mexico, is leading a project funded by the Department of Energy that aims to improve lighting systems. Read More...
School of Engineering welcomes new advisement leader
September 19, 2016
Quinton Freeman joined the UNM School of Engineering in September as the manager of advising, overseeing all of the School's student advisement efforts. Read More...