The University of New Mexico Office of the Vice President for Research is hosting its annual State of Research this Wednesday in the PAIS Auditorium from 4-6 p.m.
UNM is the only university in the state with an R1 designation – reserved for doctoral universities with very high levels of research activity.
Since becoming a Lobo in 2021, it’s been Vice President for Research Ellen Fisher’s firm mantra that Research Is Education. During her 2023 UNM State of Research, she will address the very important pillars that contribute to our institution’s research strength and excellence. Where UNM stands now and where we are headed.
“In 2022, our researchers made their presence known not only throughout our state but around the world. Research expenditures continue to grow from year-to-year, we’re engaging more students in cross-disciplinary research and continuing to strengthen our relationship with our colleagues on North campus,” UNM VPR Ellen Fisher said.
The event will also include a 15-minute Q&A session and a reception beginning in the PAIS foyer. Food & beverage will be provided.
Students, staff, faculty, alumni, and members of the community are invited to attend. Registration is still open here.