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Computer science student chosen for Churchill Scholarship
January 11, 2023
The University of New Mexico’s Abigail Pribisova, a senior studying computer science with Honors College distinction, has been selected for the 2023-2024 Churchill Scholarship. Read More...

Leaving a legacy: Computer science professor’s research honored with Test of Time Award
December 9, 2022
In 2010, Gruia-Catalin Roman was an accomplished faculty member in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering at Washington University in Saint Louis, where he had made his home for more than three decades. Read More...

Virtual workshop on climate-driven extreme events planned Nov. 10
October 25, 2022
The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is hosting a virtual workshop sponsored by the National Science Foundation’s Convergence Accelerator program on Nov. 10. Read More...

MathWorks gives $2 million to UNM to create endowed chair for Department of Computer Science
October 18, 2022
MathWorks today (Oct. 18) announced it has donated $2 million to create an endowed chair in the Department of Computer Science at The University of New Mexico. Read More...

‘A serendipitous life’: The right people in the right places were key to Lydia Tapia’s success
September 9, 2022
Growing up, Lydia Tapia was curious about computers, but didn’t have much interest in what would eventually become her area of expertise: computer science. Read More...

Time-tested: Computer scientist’s research honored for its impact after a decade
August 17, 2022
It is every researcher’s goal to make a long-lasting impact with their work. And for one computer science professor at The University of New Mexico, that is exactly what he has accomplished. Read More...

Angel receives 2022 ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Educator Award
August 15, 2022
Edward Angel, professor emeritus of computer science at The University of New Mexico, is the recipient of the 2022 ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Educator Award. Read More...

At Hand and Machine Lab event, art was a two-way interactive experience
June 2, 2022
Anyone seeing the beautiful squares of colorful and diverse artwork hanging on the walls of Farris Engineering Center on May 20 might not have realized that these creations not only looked attractive, but they were functional, too. Read More...

Computer science changed UNM grad’s tune on a career
May 18, 2022
Brendan Mulkern’s background would suggest that he was on track to play in a philharmonic. Instead, he is starting a full-time position as a software engineer at Sandia National Laboratories. Read More...