In this virtual event, UNM’s Associate Vice President for Research Mary Jo Daniel and Monica Fishel, interim director of the Faculty Research Development Office, discussed how you can use small funding opportunities to develop a path towards larger grant proposals. They were joined by Professors Jenn Rudgers and Katie Witkiewitz, who shared their experiences […] Read More
Hear from four University of New Mexico faculty members about their research in 7-minute presentations each month during the Lightning Lounge event. The February speakers were: Rebecca Bixby, a Research Assistant Professor in Biology whose presentation is “Looking for the Light: the Dynamics of Algae in Aridland Rivers”; Jason Moore, an Associate Professor in […] Read More
Hear from interim AVPR Mary Jo Daniel and Faculty Research Support Officer Stephanie Tofighi for information about resources and opportunities that can assist with next steps in your research, scholarship and creative work.
Hear from four University of New Mexico faculty members about their research in 7-minute presentations each month during the Lightning Lounge event. This month’s speakers are Benjamin J. Clark, an Associate Professor of Psychology, Amaris Ketcham, an Associate Professor in the UNM Honors College, Lisa Broidy, a Professor of Sociology and Tom Turner, a professor of […] Read More
Learn innovative strategies to discover some of the hidden barriers that limit the scope of your research planning and consequently the application of your results. In this video, Heather Canavan, a professor in the Chemical and Biological Engineering department, and Nancy Lewis, the director of the UNM Innovation Academy’s Canopy for Creative Collaboration, illustrate […] Read More
UNM Provost James Holloway and Senior Vice Provost Barbara Rodriguez answered questions from recently promoted associate professors during a Q&A event on Oct. 23.
Hear from four University of New Mexico faculty about their research in 7-minute presentations. This month’s speakers are Dr. Sang Han, a professor in Chemical & Biological Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering, Dr. Manuel Montoya, an associate professor in the Anderson School of Management, Dr. Amy Neel an associate professor in Speech and […] Read More
From our Women in Leadership series, hear from UNM alumna Maria Guy about the advice she is offering her clients during COVID-19. This session provides a refresher and new ideas. ADVANCE will partner with Maria again to offer a set of three leadership workshops for women faculty and leaders during Spring 2021. Limited to […] Read More
From our Success on the Promotion and Tenure Trail series, hear from UNM’s Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Barbara Rodriguez and Advance at UNM Director Julia Fulghum about adjusting to your new role. See more videos
Hear from leaders of interdisciplinary efforts about opportunities to engage in collaborative research and meet new colleagues. Workshop speakers are Director of Sustainability Studies at UNM Melinda Morgan, Director of the Latin American and Iberian Institute Frances Hayashida, Faculty Coordinator for the Interdisciplinary Science Cooperative Chris Lippitt.
Hear from four University of New Mexico faculty about their research in 7-minute presentations. This month’s speakers are Heather Edgar, an associate professor in Anthropology at UNM, Fernando Moreu, an assistant professor in Civil Engineering, Marissa Greenberg, an associate professor in English and Rosa Vallejos, an associate professor in Linguistics. See more videos
How does the UNM Student Experience Project keep students in class? Watch the video above and learn small ways to make STEM classes more engaging and inclusive based on data from UNM students.
Associate Professor of Political Science Dr. Kathy Powers spoke to University of New Mexico faculty for the second workshop in Advance at UNM’s Brown Bag series: Women Influencing Policy about many topics, but primarily surrounding her work on reparations. During her presentation, Powers discussed ways in her career that she utilized indirect and alternative […] Read More
Advance at UNM hosted a panel discussion April 10, 2020 to discuss ways that the university can collaborate with Sandia National Labs. Watch the replay of the event here. Panelists included UNM faculty as well as lab officials. The discussion included the types of collaboration that are possible and tips on how to get […] Read More
University of New Mexico faculty members recently learned tips and shared experiences on mentoring graduate students. Professor of Civil Engineering Julie Coonrod and Distinguished Professor of Psychology Barbara McCrady led the discussion. They presented research related to mentoring graduate students and shared their own experiences with mentoring. Coonrod is the Dean of Graduate Studies, […] Read More
Associate professors and other University of New Mexico faculty learned how to navigate the path to becoming a full professor through tips and experiences from those who went through the process themselves. The presenters included Advance at UNM Director Dr. Julia Fulghum, anthropology professor Dr. Frances Hayashida, associate professor of geography Dr. Maria Lane […] Read More
Faculty from the University of New Mexico Library’s Research Data Services (RDS) and the Center for Advanced Research Computing provided UNM researchers with tips on using computing and data management in research projects. Presenters gave information on resources and support that the two groups offer. Director of RDS and IT Karl Benedict kicked off the […] Read More
UNM faculty working on research proposals recently learned to improve the broader impacts of their research in a workshop hosted by Advance at UNM. Workshop speakers included Stephanie Tofighi, a faculty research support officer with the UNM Faculty Research Development Office, Anthony Salvagno, an X Studio programs manager for Explora X Studio, and Mitchell Whittier, […] Read More
New associate professors — both newly promoted and new to UNM — recently learned about the opportunities and expectations that come with the position at a workshop hosted by Advance at UNM.Workshop speakers included Advance director Julia Fulghum, UNM Provost James Holloway, Senior Vice Provost Barbara Rodriguez, Professor of biology Tina Takacs-Vesbach and Mary Jo […] Read More
UNM faculty members heard tips on how to address the broader impacts portion of their research proposals during a workshop hosted by Advance at UNM April 26. Stephanie Tofighi, a faculty research support officer with the Office of the Vice President of Research, and Monica Kowal, the Director of Community Engagement Initiatives with […] Read More
UNM faculty learned the best practices for preparing their promotion and tenure dossier at an event sponsored by Advance at UNM. The Preparing Your Promotion and Tenure Dossier workshop presenters shared useful information and advice for creating a dossier in the most efficient way. “An important thing to realize is how much control […] Read More
UNM faculty who recently received grant funding for their research heard key tips on how to correctly and ethically handle the grant process during a workshop sponsored by Advance at UNM and Contract and Grant Accounting. Presenters at the You Got Funded, Now What? workshop provided tips on how to correctly manage grants throughout the […] Read More
Mary Jo Daniel, director of the Faculty Research Development Office and Co-PI for Advance at UNM, gave UNM faculty several tips on creating effective management plans for research proposals during a presentation in February. “Today we will be focusing on proposal management plans, which are — woohoo — exciting,” Daniel said. Her interactive […] Read More