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Sustainable Infrastructure Systems - Improving the Quality of Life

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The Center for Water and the Environment is a new research center focusing on water research and on creating a pipeline of new STEM professionals to address the water challenges of the future.

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NM Green: Advancing Sustainable Construction Technology Education
is a NSF-funded project in conjunction with Central New Mexico Community College. The objective of this project is to increase educational opportunities for students in the area of sustainable construction and energy efficient buildings. For more information, please send an email to nsfate@unm.edu

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Contact Dr. Mahoud Taha at mrtaha@unm.edu or 505-277-1288
or Kara Clem, SOE Development Director, 505-277-2051, Kara.Clem@unmfund.org

Recent News

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PhD Student Receives First Place Poster Award
December 4, 2017
Carmen A. Velasco, a second-year PhD student in Civil Engineering advised by Dr. José Cerrato, received the First Place Student Poster Award at the 5th New Mexico Academy of Science (NMAS) Symposium which took place in Albuquerque, NM, on November 4, 2017.

New Mexico Educated Workforce in STEM Symposium
December 4, 2017
The New Mexico Educated Workforce in STEM Symposium will be held December 19-21, 2017, at the Science Math Learning Center at UNM.

Civil Engineering Student Wins LoboBites Competition
November 20, 2017
What do poop, cancer and snails have in common? They are the topics of the three winners of the LoboBITES competition, held November 8 as part of the Shared Knowledge Conference.

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