Explore with Dr. Laura Crossey and her team of students the stunning filed area of the Valles Caldera National Preserve in northern New Mexico. Follow along as they collect water quality data from streams and examine the long term sustainability of New Mexico’s water supply.
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
Dr. Ronda Brulotte, an associate professor of Geography and Environmental Studies and the Director of the Latin American Studies Program at UNM, taught May 2018 course — “Exploring Oaxaca Through Food and Craft” in Oaxaca, Mexico. Watch to learn about what Brulotte’s students gained from the trip.
The Institutional Review Board doesn’t sound like the most cutting-edge place at the University of New Mexico. But, after many changes, IRB officials say the office is one of the most innovative of its kind. “We do a lot of cool things,” said Human Protections Specialist Cecilia Brooke Cholka. The office assists researchers by providing […] Read More
Make sure your NSF proposal is succinct and to the point. Be sure it tells reviewers why you are the best person to do the research you are proposing. And ask to serve on review panels to get a sense of how the process works. Those were some of the tips that a trio of […] Read More