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Dr. Ronda Brulotte, an associate professor of Geography and Environmental Studies and the Director of the Latin American Studies Program at UNM, taught a course in May 2018 called “Exploring Oaxaca Through Food and Craft” in Oaxaca, Mexico. In this video, Brulotte explains her role in the organization of the trip and also what […] Read More
University of New Mexico Biology Professor Dr. Jenn Rudgers is leading a team of 35 scientists in a study of climate dryness and variability at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. As the director of the Long-Term Ecological Research Program, a $6.4 million research grant funded by NSF, Rudgers’ responsibilities include managing a professional crew of […] Read More
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 guidance on […] Read More