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The University of New Mexico’s Annual Community-Engaged Research Lecture, presented by the Office of the Vice President for Research, is one of the highest honors that UNM can bestow upon a faculty member in recognition of one’s community engaged research and creative activity. This year, Dr. David Gutzler, a climatologist in the department of earth and planetary sciences, will be honored.
A new paper recently released in Geology by researchers Jacob Mulder, Karl Karlstrom, and other Australian colleagues provides a new dataset that may resolve the more than three decades-long debate about which continents were adjacent to southwestern USA within the 1 billion year old supercontinent of Rodinia.
While universities used to be focused on specialization in a student’s chosen field, higher education is moving more and more toward interdisciplinary learning. The University of New Mexico is no different, and the Shared Knowledge Conference showcases and celebrates the myriad work being done by graduate students.
The University of New Mexico celebrated another construction milestone when officials hoisted a ceremonial beam to commemorate the completion of structural framing of the new Physics, Astronomy and Interdisciplinary Science (PAÍS) building.
Are you compliant? Stop by the Research & Compliance Open House to meet with several compliance offices that oversee research at UNM. Learn about your responsibilities, discover resources, and ask questions! Tuesday Oct. 9 10a-12p in the SUB Atrium. We will have coffee and light refreshments.
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