STEM faculty showcase

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    Distinguished Professor of Anthropology Patricia Crown works in Pueblo Bonito at Chaco Canyon on a recent trip. With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Geographic Society, her current research focuses on ritual and exchange in the U.S. Southwest/Mexican Northwest, particularly of exotic species including cacao and macaws. Photo by Chip Wills.
  • Petroglyphs field trip
    Associate Professor in Geography and Environmental Studies Melinda Harm Benson (far right) talks with students in October 2016 about management challenges at Petroglyph National Monument. Her research focuses on the next generation of environmental governance approaches and the extent to which existing legal and institutional frameworks facilitate and constrain their theoretical development and practical application.
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    Associate Computer Science Professor Melanie Moses poses with Jake Nichol, a computer science student, mechanical engineering student Jasmin Regalado and computer science student Matthew Fricke and computer science post doc Joshua Hecker. The group is with three Swarmie robots and Dave (their Alien mascot) just before the April 2016 NASA Swarmathon competition. More than 80 Swarmie robots designed by UNM have been built and distributed to teams from Minority Serving Institutions.

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