UNM lecturers Dr. Sushilla Knottenbelt and Dr. Aurora Pun share the benefits of a flipped classroom and offer tips to how it can be achieved. “I was finding that students are having trouble learning, and so I wanted to see how I could change focusing on how students learn versus lecturing,” Pun said. […] Read More
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
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Lean how to begin your research path at UNM with our Research Success Series from the Faculty Research Development Office and the Office of Sponsored Projects.
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Our panelists give advice on how to further your chances at being selected for funding with the NSF. Panelists are Jessie DeAro, program director for NSF Advance, Associate Director for the UNM Center for Teaching and Learning Amy Chen and UNM computer science professor Lydia Tapia.
When should you contact your agency program officer? What information can be provided and what am I allowed to ask? Learn more by listening to skilled panelist to determine what benefits your program officer can provide to you.
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Learn why diversity programs fail at universities and how to make them succeed with the help from Frank Dobbin, a professor of Sociology from Harvard University.
This section of a presentation about “Social Media 101 for professionals and academics” looks at how educators can use social media in the classroom.
This section of a presentation on “Social Media 101 for academics and professionals” looks at how educators can use Facebook Groups in the classroom.
Teaching fellows showed off their new and improving teaching skills at the 2016-2017 Teaching Fellows Presentation.
Dr. Judy Cannon, an associate professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology and Dr. Melanie Moses, an associate professor in the Departments of Computer Science and Biology. Their proposal is “Multiscale modeling of swarm dynamics.” The project will image live immune cells responding to an infection as a basis to understand how biological […] Read More
Dr. Amy Neel, an Associate Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Dr. Jessica Richardson, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. Their proposal is “Speech and Language Biomarkers of Repeated Head Trauma in Professional Fighters” and they will investigate changes in communication skills associated with repeated head […] Read More
Dr. Cindy Gevarter, an assistant professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. Her proposal is “Individualized communication assessment, intervention, and communication partner training for learners with autism spectrum disorder and limited speech.” This study will explore methods for incorporating iPad-based communication devices into the everyday routines of non-vocal children with autism. The […] Read More
Dr. Kira Villa, an assistant professor in the Department of Economics. Her proposal is “The Intergenerational Health Impact of Early Life Climate Variability and its Implication for Child Recovery from Natural Disasters: Evidence from Indonesia.” “For a sample of Indonesian women, we will examine the effects of early life climate variability on not only […] Read More