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Evolution of Indigenous Architecture: Explore Chaco Canyon
Event Dates:
Prep Session: Wed., October 25 and Field Trip: Sat., October 28
Registration Deadline: 
Oct 16, 2017
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Multiple Days
Project + Trip
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Swarm Robotics: Wisdom of the Crowd!
Event Dates:
Fall 2017
Registration Deadline: 
Oct 27, 2017
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Multiple Days
Project
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Women in STEM: Experiences, Discoveries & Opportunities
Event Dates:
November 2017
Registration Deadline: 
Nov 28, 2017
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1-3 Hour
Workshop

What is STEM University?

STEM University is a collection of free outside-of-class activities related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines (STEM). These events will help you connect with STEM other students, professors, research, scientists, and technology.

STAY CONNECTED

We send out a weekly email about campus events, scholarships, news, jobs, and other opportunities for STEM undergraduate students. To stay up to date with upcoming events, go to UNM listserv management (click here) and type “UNM_STEM-L” under “list name.” You may leave this list at any time.

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STEM UNIVERSITY POLICIES

Learn more about our eligibility and attendance policies here.

ACCESSIBILITY

Contact stem@unm.edu or 505-277-0878 to request accommodations or suggest accessibility improvements for an event.

UNM5 SKILLS

UNM5 skills are those most valued by employers.  These skills are divided into five categories: professionalism, research, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration.  MyUniversity skills were developed by the UNM Division of Student Affairs Departments.  

Professionalism skills include those focused on ethics & integrity, professional development, personal development, workplace expectations and career exploration.

Communication skills include written communication, oral communication, non-verbal & visual communication, active listening and contextual communication.

Critical thinking includes exploration, application, analyzation, integration and evaluation.

Collaboration includes creating & maintaining relationships, group & team dynamics, measuring progress & success, leadership practice and community engagement.

Research includes foundation concepts of research & assessment, data collection, data analysis, communicating research & assessment, and impact & ethics of research & assessment.