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UNM Alumnae Hollander and Duncan featured in major motion picture 'The Mauritanian'

UNM Alumnae Hollander and Duncan featured in major motion picture 'The Mauritanian'

Two UNM School of Law graduates, Nancy Hollander and Teri Duncan, will be represented in the feature motion-picture “The Mauritanian,” after the alumnae represented Mohamedou Ould Slahi between 2005 and 2016.

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UNM professor contributes to major publication about Galapagos tortoise

UNM professor contributes to major publication about Galapagos tortoise

Calling the book a “festschrift for tortoises,” Conrad said he expects this volume will be read by anyone interested in the biology, ecology, systematics, and history of Galapagos tortoises and the archipelago as a whole.

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UNM psychology professor leads students to examine NM substance use disorders

UNM psychology professor leads students to examine NM substance use disorders

UNM Professor of Psychology Dr. Katie Witkiewitz is spearheading a new program to provide mentorship for graduate students who are working to address issues of health inequities in New Mexico.

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Professor receives prestigious NSF CAREER award

Professor receives prestigious NSF CAREER award

Mubarak Hussain Syed, an assistant professor of Biology at The University of New Mexico, has received the prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation that will allow him to pursue his passions of understanding brain development and function, mentoring students, and science outreach.

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UNM’s Carlton Caves awarded Micius Quantum Prize 2020

UNM’s Carlton Caves awarded Micius Quantum Prize 2020

In addition to Caves, the other laureates were Jun Ye from the University of Colorado and Hidetoshi Katori from the University of Tokyo for their groundbreaking achievements in precision quantum measurements in the development of extremely stable and accurate optical atomic clocks.

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Faculty honored with Research and Creative Works Leadership Awards

Faculty honored with Research and Creative Works Leadership Awards

In October, The University of New Mexico's Office of the Provost recognized two faculty members including Meeko Oishi in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Benjamin Clark in the Department of Psychology.

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Turning the tide: addressing water rights in Indigenous communities

Turning the tide: addressing water rights in Indigenous communities

As an assistant professor at UNM’s School of Architecture and Planning (SAP), the researcher (Lani Tsinnajinnie) brings unique perspective to an issue that’s been underserved by local, state and federal leaders: ensuring clean water infrastructure and accessibility to Native American communities.

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