Alumni, Donors and Friends

Alumni, donors and friends play a vital role in supporting the mission of the School of Engineering and its academic and research programs. We invite you to share your interests, ask questions, and help us reconnect with former students.

Celebrate UNM's Homecoming

Howling at 125Calling all School of Engineering Alumni! Celebrate UNM's 125 anniversary during Homecoming Week, September 21-27.

Join us for the Homecoming Open House and Silent Auction.

Thursday, September 25 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Hodgin Hall Alumni Center

There will be live music and refreshments. Parking is free at the University and Central B lot.

Reservations strongly recommended online or by phone (505) 277-5808.

To find out what other events are taking place throughout the week check out the full schdule online.

 

Honoring a Great Teacher - Professor Dick Dove Fellowship

Professor Dick Dove

Mechanical Engineering Professor Richard Dove was well-known for his
leadership in the School of Engineering, but he was also highly regarded for
his teaching roles in the classroom and in the laboratory, always putting the
education of his students first.


Dove died in 2011. To honor his legacy, the former students and faculty
colleagues of Dove are establishing an endowed graduate fellowship in his
name. Jack Little, a 1958 ME graduate from Farmington, New Mexico, is
leading the effort.


“Honoring a great teacher is a very worthwhile cause,” Little said.
Dove was a member of the Department of Mechanical Engineering from
1952 to 1975, serving as department chair 1964-68 and then as dean of
the School of Engineering from 1968-1974. Dove focused his research on
experimental stress analysis. In addition to directing numerous research
projects, he was director of the U.S. Air Force Civil Engineering Research
Laboratory.

Little took several classes with Dove, and he remembers him and the impact
he made on his life through the years. To initiate the establishment of a
graduate fellowship in Dove’s name, Little made an initial gift, and he has
been working with other members of his class to fully endow the fund with
at least $25,000.


The UNM Foundation is assisting him in this endeavor by reaching out
to Dove’s former colleagues in Mechanical Engineering, Sandia National
Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory, as well as his former
students.


Every year in March, the School of Engineering celebrates the establishment
of new memorial endowments at an evening reception. Each individual
who is memorialized is remembered through a biography presented by the
department chair. It is our goal to fully endow the Dove Fellowship and
celebrate this accomplishment on March 6, 2015.

To help make this dream a reality, please send your check made out to the
UNM Foundation, with fund #610195 on the memo line, to:
The UNM Foundation
700 Lomas Blvd. NE
#2 Woodward Ctr.
Albuquerque, NM 87102


To donate online, visit
https://www.unmfund.org/fund/professor-dick-dove-fellowship/

 

COSMIAC Blasts Satellite Into Space

COSMIAC Engineering Students at The University of New Mexico

Read all about COSMIAC in this Albuquerque Journal article.

 

Computer Science Professor Patrick Kelley

Passwords

Use the same passwords for multiple accounts? See why this could be a critical mistake.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S3227357.shtml#.UpOyfsRDsjU

 

Engineering Golden Graduates Reflect on Sandia National Labs TDP Program

In 1960 close to seventy Sandia National Lab employees came to UNM Engineering to obtain their masters degree. The Technical Development Program, TDP, allowed them to work a half day at Sandia and a half day at UNM. Read about our Engineering Golden Graduates who were a part of this program.

 

Computer Science Professor Patrick Kelley explains iOS7

Patrick Kelley with KASA team

Dr. Patrick Kelley explains new security benefits of iOS7 on KASA.com. View the interview here: http://www.kasa.com/news/kasa-mornings/professor-patrick-gage-kelley-explains-ios-7