The UNM Center for Regional Studies will host visiting scholars Vanessa Fonseca-Chavez, right, and Tracy Brown as they carry out research projects this summer through the center’s Scholar-in-Residence initiative. Fonseca-Chávez is an assistant professor of English at Arizona State University. Brown is a professor of anthropology in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work at Central Michigan University.
The UNM Center for Advanced Research Computing has made a number of improvements to its systems. The changes included upgrades to CARC’s data center power facilities, storage systems, network infrastructure, and software services, as well as critical maintenance on one of the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) units that protects the machine room.
Teachers from all over New Mexico recently attended the first-ever Computer Science for Art workshop during New Mexico Computer Science Professional Development Week at The University of New Mexico. The five-day Art with Computer Science workshop was taught by second-year grad student Amy Traylor, a masters of Fine Art student in Experimental Art and Technology who uses coding in her own work.
Teachers from all over New Mexico recently attended the first-ever Computer Science for Art workshop during New Mexico Computer Science Professional Development Week at The University of New Mexico. From top left clockwise are Santa Fe High School special education teacher Megan Prescott and language teacher Juliet Salazar, Belen High School digital arts and graphic design teacher Jerry Esquivel, and Santa Fe High School teacher Michelle Hogan.
The five-day Art with Computer Science workshop promoted the connection between computer science and art and more coding in New Mexico classrooms. An early introduction to principles of coding prepares students for the increasingly interdisciplinary demands of careers in the art world.