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EPA awards UNM $6.2 million for water systems work
June 12, 2024
The University of New Mexico’s Southwest Environmental Finance Center will receive $6.2 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for training and technical assistance to small drinking water and wastewater systems serving mostly small communities throughout the United States and its territories. Read More...

Engineering professor receives Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award
June 5, 2024
Madura Pathirage, an assistant professor in the Gerald May Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering at UNM, has received the 2024 Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award. Read More...

Going places: First-year student participates in research-intensive summer program
May 23, 2024
Although only beginning his collegiate journey, Dimitri Kittrell is a man with a plan. Read More...

Two engineering students honored with National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships
May 15, 2024
Two students in the School of Engineering are recipients of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP). Read More...

Taha selected as 2024 UNM Innovation Fellow
April 30, 2024
Mahmoud Taha, distinguished professor in the Gerald May Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, is the 2024 UNM Rainforest Innovations Innovation Fellow. Read More...

Two from School of Engineering to receive local 40 Under 40 awards
April 18, 2024
Two with ties to the UNM School of Engineering have been selected as part of the 2024 class of 40 Under 40 honorees by Albuquerque Business First. Read More...

Water Science Communication Fellowship lets undergraduates get feet wet in research
April 17, 2024
What do doughnut economics, a middle school lesson plan and tiny cow graphics all have in common? Read More...

Alumnus endows ‘station of innovation’ parking space for the School of Engineering
April 15, 2024
In what is believed to be a University of New Mexico first, a UNM School of Engineering alumnus and strong supporter of both the university and the School has provided funding for a reserved parking spot near the engineering buildings on campus. Read More...

In the news: Ferenchak’s expertise with pedestrian safety popular in the media
March 14, 2024
From USA Today to The New York Times to the Albuquerque Journal, Nick Ferenchak’s Center for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety has been sparking media interest since its opening in 2023. Read More...