University Of New Mexico Graduate Program' title='University Of New Mexico Graduate Program' />Eight graduate students from the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering participated in the 60th anniversary of the IEEE Midwest Symposium on Circuits. Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. ECE News. Klipsch School Assistant Professor in Local Newspaper. Dr. David Mitchells research on 5. G communication technologies caught the attention of the Las Cruces Sun News. Read the full article here. Amy-N%C3%BA%C3%B1ez-uw-and-utexas-davis.png' alt='University Of New Mexico Graduate Programs' title='University Of New Mexico Graduate Programs' />Founded in 1831 to enlarge the scope of higher education includes thirteen schools, colleges, and divisions at five major centers in Manhattan. Offers information on faculty, research, staff, alumni, programs, facilities, reports, events and contact details. Offers program and degree information, exchange programs, publications, awards and prizes, policies, calendar, courses, admissions, faculty and contact details. Library news, services, and electronic resources. New Mexico State University NMSU or NM State is a major public, landgrant, research university in Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States. Founded in 1888, it is the. Located in historic Silver City, Western New Mexico University offers more than 70 fields of study in its many facetoface and fully online programs. Eight ECE Grad Students Participate in 2. MWSCASDate 0. 70. NMSU ECE Grad Students at MWSCAS 2. Eight graduate students from the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering participated in the 6. IEEE Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems MWSCAS hosted at Tufts University in Boston, MA. Associate Professor Paul Furth attended with them. Article136.jpg' alt='University Of New Mexico Graduate Program' title='University Of New Mexico Graduate Program' />Our students and faculty member presented a total of 6 posters and 4 lectures over the 3 day conference. The topics of their presentations ranged from LED drivers, to amplifier design, to ultra low power digital logic circuits. Pictured left to right are Z. M. Amil Saifullah, Paul Furth, Disha Mehrotra, Manaswini Gangineni, Shirin Pourashraf, Aditya Patil, Mahender Manda, Manikanta Ponnum, and Punith Surkanti. More ECE News. Welcome We are housed in the College of Engineering at NMSU, which is ranked 1. National Science Foundation. In addition, the College of Engineering is ranked 6. U. S. News World Reports annual evaluation of American graduate school programsup from last years ranking of 6. The Klipsch School prepares students for challenging careers where they can apply a broad spectrum of knowledge in electronics and computing to solve real world problems that help improve our lifestyles, create wealth, and discover new technologies. Our graduates can be found in private industry, government service, and research laboratories throughout the United States and in many other countries. The Klipsch School currently offers BS, MS, and Ph. D degrees in Electrical Engineering, with specialties ranging from computers to opticsOur extensive summer internship and semester co op programs help prepare students for entering the workforce. Our state of the art research trains graduate students to face the theoretical and technical challenges of tomorrow. Our department is large enough to give students the experiences that will be found in many other research universities, yet small enough to have close interaction with faculty and peers. We would love to have you visit our campus to learn more about our programs. Please contact us to schedule a visit. Mission Statement. The Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is dedicated to serving the needs of the people of New Mexico through the land grant mission of New Mexico State University. In particular Education is recognized as the primary vehicle of success for persons of all backgrounds. The Klipsch School is dedicated to providing quality educational opportunities at the baccalaureate and graduate levels in electrical and computer engineering that will prepare students for successful careers in private industry, government and academia. Students graduation with a bachelors degree will have the necessary technical, communication, and critical thinking skills along with a dedication to lifelong learning necessary for a successful, fulfilling and life long career in electrical and computer engineering. Students graduating with an advanced degree will obtain the advanced technical skills necessary for a successful career in research and development that is critical to maintaining the nations technological lead. Research is a necessary component for a strong educational program as well as contributing to the nations world technological leadership. The Klipsch School will provide an environment which fosters world class research involving faculty and students as a component of a comprehensive educational experience. Faculty and students will strive to stay abreast of and provide leadership in the technical areas of expertise within the Klipsch School through their research endeavors and dissemination of results and new knowledge by publication of results and attendance at regional, national, and international conferences. Research programs within the Klipsch School will enhance graduate classes, continually rejuvenate undergraduate teaching, provide enrichment of faculty and provide well trained personnel for the nations national laboratories, universities, and industrial laboratories. Outreach and Public Service is a major component of the land grant mission of New Mexico State University, Public Service can play a major role in economic development of the local community, enrichment of K 1. In addition, professional societies rely on public service from professionals in academia for many of their functions. Faculty are encouraged to seek opportunities to provide service to the local community, state, and national government entities, and professional societies for the betterment of society and their own enrichment. Department of Psychology The University of New Mexico. We welcome your interest in the Department of Psychology at the University of New Mexico. Please explore our website and learn about our faculty, research interests, and both graduate and undergraduate programs. Feel free to email any of us if you dont find what youre looking for here. New Mexico is blessed with a rich and diverse culture, as well as the worlds best climate in our humble opinion, making it a wonderful place to live and work. We have 2. 7 regular faculty and 7. Ph. D. students. Currently, 1,7. Psychology as a major, second only in the College of Arts Sciences to Biology. The department offers a wide variety of courses, ranging from introductory psychology to advanced courses in learning and memory, cognition, clinicalabnormal psychology, and brain function. Psychology is widely recognized for teaching excellence, and our professors have won every award offered by the university. Last year, we were voted Best Department by undergraduates. Our undergraduate Honors Program is the oldest and best in the University, with a two year rigorous program of studies culminating in an independent research project. Upon graduating our majors pursue diverse opportunities Psychology graduate school programs. Medical school. Law school. Mental health positions. Researchand many more. Our internationally recognized research programs span such fields as addictions and drug abuse, animal learning, mate preference and mate choice, spirituality, assessment of knowledge structures, psychotherapy outcomes, cognitive neuroimaging, health psychology, and traumatic brain injury. Last year the Psychology Departments external research grants exceeded 8 million in funding. Faculty and graduate students conduct research in collaboration with many superb organizations, including see individual faculty interest pages Our research projects and collaborations are constantly evolving, so check back again and find out whats new. Thanks for your interest in our program, and let us know if you need more information. Jane Ellen Smith, Ph. D. Professor and Chair. The mission of the Department of Psychology is to discover and disseminate knowledge about psychological science. The Department shares with other science departments a commitment to basic and applied empirical research. Key values underlying the Departments mission include a commitment to ethical conduct the importance of a supportive scholarly environment respect for a variety of theoretical and empirical approaches the embracing of human diversity a commitment to active engagement with the wider professional communities of psychologists and the importance of applying scientific knowledge to decrease human suffering and enhance positive functioning. The mission of the UNM Department of Psychology embraces goals in teaching, research and scholarship, and service Teaching. Encourage and support effective teaching in communicating psychology to undergraduates both as an area of major study and as a critical part of a liberal arts education. Enable students to understand psychology in the context of human diversity. Engage students at all levels in scholarly activities, thereby infusing scientific study and practice into their education. Ensure that graduate students in all areas are well trained in methodology and ethics appropriate for their effective functioning as researchers and professionals. Simocode Software. Train graduate students in the application of psychological knowledge to clinical and other professional settings. Research and Scholarship. Promote a scientific approach to the study of psychology. Foster excellence in research and scholarship. Foster active research programs within the Department as well as interdisciplinary collaborations with colleagues in other academic units within UNM and outside the University. Participate in the larger scientific community to disseminate knowledge and engage in scholarly dialogue. Service. Be actively involved in service to the university, the community, the state, and the profession.