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Engineering Expo

Expo V is May 3rd!

Expo V is May 3rd!

Engineering Expo is an annual event that showcases our outstanding senior student capstone projects to our corporate partners as well as other students and faculty. Meet some of our brightest students who are poised to make an impact in the world of engineering.

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General Atomics donation

General Atomics donation

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) is donating to The University of New Mexico under the GA-EMS Scholars Program to establish annual support for selected graduate students in the area of high-power electromagnetics.

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Recruiting efforts

Recruiting efforts

As 2019 kicks off, recruiting more students to the School of Engineering remains the top priority for Christos Christodoulou, Jim and Ellen King Dean of Engineering and Computing.

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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. Find out how we can help you on your journey! Click below to be directed to Academic Advising & Support.

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UNM’s nuclear reactor celebrates 50th anniversary with historical symposium
April 15, 2019
April 1969. Tommy Roe’s “Dizzy” was the top single record. Nixon was president. Miniskirts were a major fashion trend. And Neil Armstrong’s moon landing was just a few months away. Read More...

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Nuclear engineering students win honors at national student conference
April 11, 2019
University of New Mexico Department of Nuclear Engineering students traveled recently to the 2019 American Nuclear Society Student Conference at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va. Read More...

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UNM’s Center for High Tech Materials works on new concepts and materials for micro- and nanoscale slow-wave structures
April 11, 2019
Francesca Cavallo, an assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the School of Engineering at The University of New Mexico, is working to establish a radical new concept for scaling the operation of traveling wave tubes (TWTs) beyond the microwaves and into THz frequencies. Read More...

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