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UNM's 1st Research and Discovery Week

Please join the University of New Mexico’s Office of the Vice President for Research in celebrating our vibrant UNM research community during Research & Discovery Week, November 5-11, 2022.

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Grand Challenges Discussion

Join us for a series of fun, short discussions held around interdisciplinary research areas of interest including human rights, STEM education & research, and more.

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Mission

The UNM Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) is committed to the advancement, facilitation, and celebration of cutting-edge discovery and innovation. At UNM, we believe research is education, and as New Mexico’s premier R1 institution, we are uniquely positioned to provide an unparalleled education for students and world-class opportunities for faculty.



From the Desk of the Vice President for Research

 



WeR1: Investing in Faculty Success



Program for Enhancing Research Capacity (PERC)


Supports acquisition of shared instrumentation or enhancement of shared facilities that enable major endeavors.

For details visit the WeR1 Program page.

Faculty Scholarship Time (FaST)

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Provides reduced teaching load during one semester to focus on the research, scholarship, and creative work interrupted by the pandemic.

For details visit the WeR1 Program page.

Summer Research for Faculty (SuRF)


Supports faculty transitioning back to focusing more of their time and energies on their research and scholarship.

For details visit the WeR1 Program page.



News & Events

Katie Witkiewitz named director of UNM Center on Alcohol, Substance Use, and Addictions

Katie Witkiewitz named director of UNM Center on Alcohol, Substance Use, and Addictions

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Quantum New Mexico Symposium: experience why New Mexico is a Quantum State

QNM Symposium celebrates launch of Quantum New Mexico Institute

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UNM Center helps craft national survey on COVID-19 Vaccine hesitancy

Gabriel Sanchez and Shannon Sanchez-Youngman at The University of New Mexico are helping lead a national effort to understand effective COVID-19 vaccine messaging and hesitancy factors.

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Making Sense of the Cosmos

UNM Assistant Professor Francis-Yan Cyr-Racine hopes to take cosmology to a new level with a new grant from the National Science Foundation

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A rare look inside UNM's Exercise Physiology Lab

The Exercise Physiology Lab is one of The University of New Mexico’s very own hidden gems serving as a teaching, research and clinical facility for students, staff, faculty and individuals in the community across the state.

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OMI hosts NM Sen. Heinrich

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) visited the Office of Medical Investigator (OMI) at The University of New Mexico recently to see the work being done by forensic anthropologist Heather Edgar and her team to improve the identification of Native American remains and resolve missing persons cases.

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