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
Join UNM political science professor Kathy Powers in the Advance at UNM space in the Communication and Journalism Building, room 144. Please bring a Lobo Id to gain access to the front door of the building. Register here to receive a link to the online meeting.
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UNM political science professor received award for “innovative” Facebook research UNM Political Science Assistant Professor Dr. Jessica Feezell was awarded the 2018 Walter Lippmann award last year for the best published article in political communication. “I think [the article] it’s innovative, and I think it won the award because of the method and technique,” Feezell […] Read More
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