The School of Engineering combines excellence in academic programs with research that addresses global challenges, a commitment to help students succeed, and a thriving culture of innovation that contributes to local and national economic development.
Dr. Andrew Schuler explains how he is using bacteria to harvest energy from wastewater and developing energy-efficient materials to clean waterways.
5-13-13 – Several hundred family and friends gathered at the Kiva Auditorium in the Albuquerque Convention Center on Friday, May 13 to congratulate School of Engineering graduates at the Spring 2013 Convocation. 217 students received degrees from UNM Engineering this spring: 127 Bachelors, 64 Master's, and 26 Ph.D. degrees. In photo, Emmalee Jones, who received a M.S. in Nanoscience and Microsystems, celebrates with her parents.
5-9-13 – Meeko Oishi, Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received a highly sought-after National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. Oishi’s award focuses on developing theoretical and computational techniques to make collaborative human-automation systems more reliable by identifying potential problems in user-interfaces and automation at the design stage.
5-6-13– The UNM School of Engineering hosted its Annual Awards on Friday, May 3. The event consisted of a catered lunch and an awards ceremony celebrating outstanding students, staff and faculty. Awards were given to 19 students, 5 faculty members, and 3 staff.
Civil Engineering Chair John Stormont shakes hands with Civil Engineering Outstanding Junior Erin Twitchell.
5-1-13 – A new $20 milion Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) grant from the National Science Foundation will support key research into ways to make New Mexico an energy sufficient state. The research will focus on ways to improve efficiency of sustainable energy resource utilization and to minimize environmental impacts of uranium mining and oil and gas production.