Open House at the UNM School of Engineering
Saturday, November 14, 2009 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Centennial Engineering Center
Corner of University Blvd. and Dr. Martin Luther King on UNM Main Campus - Albuquerque, NM 87131
Learn about course offerings, programs that help students succeed, financial aid, scholarships, admissions, and more. Tour state-of-the-art labs, see student projects, and participate in fun hands-on activities.
- Find out about the strong academic programs that develop the technical skills and creative thinking that make UNM School of Engineering students so valuable when they graduate.
- Tour state-of-the-art labs to see the variety of research opportunities with faculty, industry, and the three federal laboratories in New Mexico.
- Learn about the academic and professional student organizations that encourage students to develop leadership, build friends, and create networks.
- Get the details on scholarships, financial aid, admissions, and all the reasons why UNM has been named one of "America's 100 Best College Buys" by the private research firm, Institutional Research & Evaluation, Inc.
- A variety of hands-on activities are available so you can get real-world experience in engineering and computer science -- including programming robots, building LEGOs, learning about the world of computer forensics, and experimenting with flood control channels.
SOE Open House program - view copy (PDF, 1.39 KB)
SOE Open House program - print copy (PDF, 1.37 KB)
Map of Centennial Engineering Center and parking (PDF, 1.16 MB)
Want to protect the planet?
Want to design with computers?
Want to engineer
Our students and faculty are creating alternative energies, building better roads, and developing ways to improve the environment.
|Innovations UNM engineers and computer scientists are working on include nano-bio engineering, computer graphics, and materials design.
Our teams collaborate on the diagnosis and treatment of infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and more.
For more information contact Lynn Conner, Program Coordinator at Engineering Student Services,
No RSVP Necessary