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UNM faculty inventor Angela Wandinger-Ness to receive the 2019 STC.UNM Innovation Fellow Award

UNM faculty inventor Angela Wandinger-Ness to receive the 2019 STC.UNM Innovation Fellow Award

Dr. Angela Wandinger-Ness has been chosen to receive the 2019 STC.UNM Innovation Fellow Award in recognition of her achievements as a leading innovator at The University of New Mexico. The STC.UNM (STC) Board of Directors presents this special award each year to a university faculty inventor(s) whose body of technologies have made a significant social and economic impact on society and the marketplace. The award will be presented to Wandinger-Ness at STC’s 2019 Innovation Awards Dinner on April 23, 2019.

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Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award winners announced

Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award winners announced

University Libraries recently announced the 2019 recipients of the Jim and Mary Lois Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Awards. The six students will receive cash prizes for their outstanding efforts and copies of their work will be featured in UNM’s Digital Repository. A reception to honor the recipients will be held on Tuesday, April 16 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the Willard Room of Zimmerman Library.

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UNM undergraduate student invited to Washington D.C. to showcase her research

UNM undergraduate student invited to Washington D.C. to showcase her research

Bibiana Elisabeth Seng, a UNM senior from Edgewood, N.M. has been selected to present her research at the 23rd Annual Posters on the Hill, an annual undergraduate poster session on Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. on April 29-30. Seng is one of 60 presenters selected from over 350 competitive applications.

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Making the simple complex: synchronization researchers dive into the ‘messy’

Making the simple complex: synchronization researchers dive into the ‘messy’

Most people see the ocean waves and vaguely wonder why some are big and some are small —or look into a roaring fire and are curious as to what makes the flames move as they do — with seemingly no rhyme or reason.
For most, these are passing curiosities to which little thought is given outside the moment. Just a mystery of life. But for those who study the issues of complexity and synchronization, they aren’t content with not

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