Latest faculty information
Save money on childcare by using a Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Enrollment in an FSA means that you will automatically set aside money from your paycheck into an account that you can use throughout the year to reimburse yourself for certain qualified expenses. The deduction from your paycheck is on a pre-tax basis which, therefore, […] Read More
The Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies is currently accepting applications for Project Requests during the 2019-2020 academic year. The Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies promotes equitable partnerships between communities and UNM through collaborative programs in the humanities and public anthropology. Proposed projects should be focused on education, public outreach, exhibition, or research […] Read More
Join the Sustainable Water Resources Grand Challenges team at UNM. UNM has the obligation and expertise to tackle water resources and the sustainability of New Mexico’s economy, environment, and unique social fabric. The Sustainable Water Resources Grand Challenges team will train the next generation of water managers and leaders needed to solve the state’s water […] Read More
The call is open for women faculty in UNM’s STEM fields to apply for a variety of grants as part of the 2020 Women In STEM awards. New this year, research assistant and associate faculty are eligible to submit proposals as well as other STEM faculty members. Awards range from $3,000 to $15,000 and […] Read More
Faculty can apply for the Teaching Allocation Grant by November 19, 2019. The Center for Teaching Excellence requests proposals for the 2019-2020 Teaching Allocation Grant (TAG). They seek proposals that will enhance teaching effectiveness and that support UNM’s diverse student population. They encourage proposals from UNM Main and all branches that explore new methods for […] Read More
Join the College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences at the Data Carpentry Workshop on November 22-23 to learn research computing skills. The Software Carpentry project aims to help researchers get their work done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic research computing skills. The College of University Libraries and Learning […] Read More
UNM Grand Challenges calls for proposals for Pilot Research Projects focused on substance abuse by November 22. The Substance Use Disorders Grand Challenge team is pleased to announce the funding of nine pilot projects targeting substance use and substance use disorders in New Mexico via basic, applied, and implementation research among UNM faculty. Learn more.
NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION INFORMATION
Save the dates!
UNM’s new faculty are invited to a series of monthly meetings to get acquainted with UNM resources, opportunities and more. Learn more.