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About Helene Walker
Posts by Helene Walker:
Advance at UNM is an NSF funded program to recruit and retain women and minorities in STEM. Learn more about our program through interviews with participants and supporters.
Researchers at the University of New Mexico are hoping to better understand the campus climate for underrepresented minority and white women faculty in STEM fields and across the university as part of a five-year National Science Foundation grant. As part of their research to gauge general campus climate and support […] Read More
Kendra Koivu Title with Advance at UNM: Faculty Member Your background in academia: I am an assistant professor of political science at the University of New Mexico. I received my doctorate from Northwestern University where I studied comparative politics, qualitative methods, and international relations. My substantive research interests include organized crime, narcotics trafficking, early twentieth […] Read More
Ruth Juárez Title with Advance at UNM: Internal Evaluation Team member Your background in academia: Ruth works at both the University of New Mexico Cradle to Career Policy Institute (CCPI) and as part of the Mission: Graduate initiative of the United Way of Central New Mexico. At CCPI, her work is focused on data analysis […] Read More
Lynn Beene Title with Advance at UNM: Consultant Your background in academia: Dr. LynnDianne Beene earned a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Arkansas in English Literature and Rhetoric and a Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in Linguistics and Language Theory. As a faculty member, she is the author of several books including […] Read More
Long-time UNM professor wades in to water quality studies over the years Dr. Laura Crossey is no stranger to the vast world of geology and has been improving the University of New Mexico with her research and presence for 34 years. Having almost continuous funding over the duration of her career from several different institutions […] Read More
New UNM professor focuses on water resources planning, development, and sustainability Lani Tsinnajinnie is a new assistant professor in UNM’s Community and Regional Planning Department. She will focus on water resources planning, development, and sustainability. Tsinnajinnie graduated from UNM with a bachelor’s degree in Native American Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science in […] Read More
Political science prof named one of UNM’s New Teachers of the Year Dr. Jami Gayle Nelson-Nuñez has been named one of UNM’s 2017-2018 New Teachers of the Year. Nelson-Nuñez, who works in the Department of Political Science, studies the politics of providing services, like drinking water and improved sanitation, in developing contexts. Another area of […] Read More