Funds by Category: School of Engineering
School of Engineering
Support the collaborative COVID 19 response effort between the UNM Department of Orthopaedics and the UNM Department of Engineering. Your gift will help purchase materials needed for a mass 3D printing production of personal protective equipment (PPE) for UNM Hospitals and other critical care facilities around the state of New Mexico in short supply. Engineering... Read more »
The UNM Student Branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) will host the 2018 Region IV Student Conference. Students from New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas present research papers and team design reports, competing to present their work at the 2019 AIAA International Conference. We hope to make this unforgettable for all... Read more »
This fund will create teaching assistantships for graduate students interested in a career teaching nuclear engineering. The fund would also support professional development opportunities for faculty that are designed to enhance teaching.
Your gift will help construct the nation’s first academic, 3D concrete printing lab and to expand our existing computer lab to better facilitate high-tech learning. It will put Albuquerque on the map as a leader in 3D concrete printing and will help us ensure that engineering students at UNM are ready to compete in the... Read more »
Your gift will help provide scholarship support for any student enrolled in the department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.
Your gift helps provide scholarships for students in the Department of Computer Science.
This fund honors Sto Bell, Ed Gilbert, and Don Morrison, the Founders of the UNM Computer Science Department. This fund is established to award a full time teacher who makes a difference in the lives of undergraduate students in Computer Science. Voted on by graduating seniors, the recipient will receive the award for three consecutive... Read more »
A general discretionary fund to support special programming and student support programs in Engineering Student Services.
Student groups tackle projects submitted by industry and learn problem solving skills in a team environment.
Your gift will help provide scholastic support to a student enrolled in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Your gift, combined with help from other alumni and supporters will help sustain the University of New Mexico’s School of Engineering’s Internship and Career Development Program for undergraduates majoring in Engineering or Computer Science. Our program seeks to provide paid 8 week summer internships for our undergraduates.
Scholarships for students enrolled in the School of Engineering.
Your gift will help provide a scholarship to a School of Engineering student. Thank you for contributing to the success of our students and making their dreams possible!
This fund will provide scholastic assistance to students enrolled in the Department of Nuclear Engineering.
Your gift will allow the Lobo MotorSports team to design, build and race an electric car.
Your gift will help advance the projects and work in the Center for Biomedical Engineering.
This three semester course allows aspiring engineers to design, manufacture, test and compete a formula style race car. The program is now ranked #5 in the U.S., out of 133 programs! Through FSAE, students grow to understand what to expect in real world engineering.
Dr. Wildin served the UNM School of Engineering for 36 years, before retiring in 1997. His scholarship is created to benefit undergraduate mechanical engineering students.
By providing discretionary resources to the Department, this fund helps maintain excellence.
Your gift will provide scholastic support for a student enrolled in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
This scholarship, established by the women engineers at PNM, will benefit women engineering students in their final year of undergraduate study at The University of New Mexico. Your gift will provide these students with much−needed support to complete their degrees.
A gift to the School of Engineering Fund for Academic Excellence is a great way to ensure that your support goes where it is needed the most in the School.
Each year, School of Engineering seniors are required to complete a capstone project to demonstrate their full breadth of knowledge of engineering. These projects range from posters to high-tech displays and demos. They are featured annually at the Engineering Expo in the spring, where students interact with industry members, showing off their projects. Your support... Read more »
Thomas Keller was a talented and charismatic young artist who, sadly, died at age 38. Driven and inquisitive, Thomas helped bring about the UNM ARTS Lab which focuses on an interdisciplinary approach to art and technology. In his memory, the Thomas Keller Endowed Scholarship is an annual award for a Computer Science student with a... Read more »
In memory of Tom Cummings, this scholarship has been created for a UNM student who has financial need and who is socially and economically challenged.
Lobo Launch is UNM’s senior design program that allows students to design, build, and launch an amateur rocket. The first student-built rocket launched in May 2017. Students in the project are enrolled in a 400-level, two-semester mechanical engineering course called Rocket Engineering, where they learn about rockets, structures, and propulsion systems. The program gives students... Read more »
UNM Solar Splash is a Mechanical Engineering undergraduate capstone project where we are designing and building a solar powerboat for the World Championship of intercollegiate Solar/Electric boating in Dayton, Ohio. This is an annual competition and UNM’s third year participating. It is our hope that we will start a dynasty and become part of the... Read more »
The Visionaries of Infinite Potential (VIP) scholarship endowment was created by a small group of young, dedicated alumni who shared a common goal to help others define and accomplish their dreams. The VIP alumni have set an ambitious goal to raise this endowment to $100,000 by the year 2023. Your gift will help grow this... Read more »
The WHY lab (What do engineers do? How the heck do you do that? WhY am I taking this course?) is an ECE Department undergraduate laboratory envisioned as an experiential learning approach to introduce students to discover an area in ECE that best interests them. The WHY lab has many other purposes. For instance, to... Read more »