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NM EPSCoR News

Sumant Avasarala Published in Environmental Science & Technology

Energize New Mexico PhD student Sumant Avasarala recently had his research for the Uranium Transport...

Anne Jakle named co-PI on new NSF INCLUDES Project

Anne Jakle, NM EPSCoR Associate Director NSF recently announced 27 awards for their new program, Inclusion across the Nation...

Geothermal Journey to Tibet for Co-lead Laura Crossey

Mountain Building - This animation shows how the collision of India and Eurasia, which started about 50 million years ago and...

Two New Mexico Faculty Recieve New Funding

Two New Mexico faculty have each recently received funding approval as Project Investigators on NSF grants. Kateryna Artyushkova,...

Events

Year 5 All Hands Meeting


Location: CNM Workforce Training Center, Albuquerque
Nov
28
NM EPSCoR Events

NM EPSCoR Externship Program Application


Location: Online application
Jan
08
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