Dr. Lani Tsinnajinnie, an assistant professor of Community and Regional Planning at the UNM School of Architecture, Water, and Natural Resources, will serve as Co-PI on an NSF project to research indigenous-based STEM education. The work will be in collaboration with CIRCLES Alliance (Cultivating Indigenous Research Communities for Leadership in Education and STEM). The project is […] Read More
By Mary Beth King / UNM UCAM Four students at The University of New Mexico are getting real-world experience creating digital and social media content through a multimedia communication internship that recently was cited by the National Science Foundation as a national model for employing students and highlighting the work of women and minority […] Read More
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. See more videos
UNM Earth and Planetary Sciences professor Dr. Corinne Myers is working to build a database of fossils from the Western Interior Seaway. In this video, she gives us a look inside her work so far.