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Teachers get science lessons of their own this summer

K-12 teachers who are taking part in the National Science Foundation Research Experience for Teachers program got a crash course recently in Arduinos on how they can incorporate small microcontrollers into lessons for their science students.

Familia Cheer

UNM hosts Youth Leadership Institute

The road to student success starts well before the student enters college. Many have what it takes, but some lack access to information and resources. Enter Youth Leadership Institute, an initiative of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. Five YLIs are ...

Brain Stimulation

Making people smarter through brain stimulation

Brain stimulation used to be just a cool idea in science fiction movies, novels and other hard to believe tales when human subjects were stimulated using electrical currents and achieved near super-human feats that couldn’t otherwise perform ...

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Former UNM Provost Paul Risser dies

Paul Gillan Risser

July 15, 2014 — Paul Gillan Risser, a champion of education, died on Thursday, July 10 after a lengthy illness. He was 74. Risser served as ...

CHTM hires new faculty

Francesca Cavallo

July 15, 2014 — Three new faculty members joining The University of New Mexico’s Center for High Technology Materials are relocating to ...

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