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UPDATE: In line with current University guidelines, all upcoming events will be offered via Zoom unless otherwise indicated. See specific event for more details. 
Visit  UNM’s dedicated COVID-19 web site and following UNM social media platforms for more information as it becomes available. 

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School of Engineering (SoE) and Computing Students - for each ESS Center event you attend (and an associated feedback form completed), your name will be entered into a drawing at the end of the semester for an ESS sponsored book scholarship. 

What we offer

ESS Center collaborates with various offices and departments across UNM, as well as community partners in the STEM industry to provide workshops, events, or skills that help build engineering student self-efficacy, preparedness, and success. We believe in supporting student success and retention through a holistic approach to their educational experience. The goal is to better assist students in preparation for their future careers.

ESS Center students and staff members also participate in a variety of annual career conferences, listed below under "Other Events." ESS also provides support to students for travel to these conferences. Find out more here.

Event Feedback:

We want to make sure our events and workshops are as beneficial as possible and we are always seeking to improve. Your constructive feedback is greatly appreciated. Fill out our survey/evaluation HERE. Thank you! 

Semester Long Programs:

Don't miss out on our great Semester Long Programs. Deadline to join are February 5 (Spring) and September 5 (Fall).

Event List 

Sign in to an event HERE.

ESS Center/SoE Events
  • Pre-Semester Prep Workshops (FLYER): These interactive workshops will review all foundational material leading up to the specified course so you are better equipped to hit the ground running. Partners/Presenters: ESS Center and CAPS
      • Trigonometry & Pre-Calculus Prep - Prepare students for Trigonometry & Pre-Calculus (MATH 1230, 1240 & 1250).
      • Calculus 1 Prep - Prepare students for Calculus I (Math 1512).
        • When: Mix and match sessions as need be:
            • Monday, August 10, 2020.
              • Part 1: 10 AM - 12 PM
              • Part 2: 1 - 3 PM
            • Tuesday, August 11, 2020.
              • Part 2: 10 AM - 12 PM
              • Part 1: 1 - 3 PM

          Part 1 will cover:

          • Equations
          • Systems of Equations
          • Solving Inequalities
          • Absolute Value Equations
          • Exponents
          • Logarithms
          • Radicals
          • Rationalizing

          Part 2 will cover:

          • Polynomials
          • Common graphs
          • Graphing
          • Limits
          • The Unit Circle
          • Graphs of Trig Functions
          • Evaluating Trig Functions
          • Trig Identities
          • Solving Trig Equations

        • Calculus 2 Prep - Prepare students for Calculus II (Math 1522)
        • Physics 1 Prep - Prepare students for calculus-based Physics 1 (Phys 1310)


  • Impostor Syndrome - This interactive session will help you see yourself as a competent and capable STEM student/professional! We all experience it, but we don't talk about it. This interactive workshop breaks down the silence around questioning your own abilities, intelligence, or place in STEM. It also provides research based context and tips for working through your sense of not belonging and feelings of isolation to find a sense of community and empowerment.
    • When: Thursday, August 27, 2020. 5 - 6 PM.  
    • Where:  Virtual via Zoom (https://unm.zoom.us/j/95885591380)
    • Partners/Presenters: Yadéeh Sawyer, PhD - ESS staff 
    • More info:  FLYER
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).
  • Raza Junta Event – Aug 24 – Sept 2
    Zoom meeting ID: 972 9725 1589
  • American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers (AICAE) – Club Meeting
    August 27, 2020 @ 10 AM via Zoom ID 97632803099 (Passcode 3TWb2v)
  • Engineering in Action Speaker Series: How our innovation is impacting our community
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  • Effective Communication for STEM Students - Building a toolkit to enable clear speaking, listening, and presentations when confronted with cultural differences. 
    • When: Thursday, September 3, 2020. 1 - 2 PM. 
    • Where:  Virtual via Zoom (https://unm.zoom.us/j/95695213051)
    • Partners/Presenters: the department of Communication and Journalism
    • More info: FLYER. This 60-minute workshop will offer tools, tips, and strategies to assist STEM speakers and listeners navigate their interactions with audiences, team members, fellow students and instructors. Communication and Journalism faculty will present two 20-minute interactive segments on these topics:
        • How to talk so they will listen and listen so they will talk  (Kathy Isaacson)
        • Cultural differences: communication that engages and transcends culture (Cleophas Muneri)
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).

 

  • Virtual STEM Career Fair  

 

 STEM Mixer - Come network with others interested in STEM. This event is open to all UNM students, as well as UNM Staff and faculty, along with NM STEM Professionals.

    • When: Thursday, September 10, 2020. 4:30 - 6:30 pm.  
    • Where:  Zoom with Breakout rooms based on field of interest - https://unm.zoom.us/j/92199524463 
    • Partners/Presenters: ESS Center 
    • More info:  FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).

 

  • Lab safety matters! - Join us for a 3 part series that will prepare you for lab work, or make you a more valuable lab mate. Attend, one, two, or all three*. 
    • When: Friday's in September @ 2 - 3 pm.
    • Where: Virtual via Zoom (https://unm.zoom.us/j/98264828604)
    • Topics (Attend all 3 and earn a Lab Safety Certificate from Safety & Risk Services):
      • 9/11: Hazard Communication in the Laboratory & Hazardous Waste Management
      • 9/18: Hierarchy of Hazard Control & PPE
      • 9/25: Hazard Evaluation and Heuristics - POSTPONED
    • Partners/Presenters: Safety & Risk Services
    • More info: FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE). 
  • Mock Exams - Similar to Mock Finals. Know how you are doing in your courses classes before it is too late. Courses: Chem 1215 (Gen Chem 1), Math 1250 (Trip/Pre-Calc, but Eng 195, and Math 1230 and 1240 are welcome), Math 1512 (Calc 1), Math 1522 (Calc 2), and Physics 1310 (Calc-based Physics 1 - Dr. Morgan-Tracy's sections, but all sections welcome). ESS and CAPS tutors will be available to answer any of your content questions. 

    • When: Wednesday, September 23, 2020. 9 am - 4 pm.
    • Where: Virtual. Register HERE to gain access to a mock exam (Pre-registration or between 9 AM and 1 PM the day of; Exam keys available between 10 and 2:30 the day of, and tutor assistance from 10 - 4 or during regular ESS and CAPS tutor hours).
    • Partners/Presenters: CEPCAPS 
    • More info:  FLYER.  
    • RSVP is HIGHLY ENCOURAGED, but not required (HERE).

 

K-12 STEM Events at UNM
  • UNM Open House: September, 2020
  • Raza Junta Event – Aug 24 – Sept 2
    Zoom meeting ID: 972 9725 1589
  • SWE (Society of Women Engineers) - 1st General Meeting
    • When: Wednesday, September 2, 2020. Time 5:30 PM 
    • Where:  Zoom ID - 926 1724 1129. Password SWEsters!
  • NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) - General Meeting
  • HESO (Hispanic Engineering & Science Organization) - General Meeting
  • SHAC Workshop: Via Zoom. RSVP studentcounseling@unm.edu
    • Cognitive Behavior Therapy & Therapy Assistance Online
      • Tuesday, September 15, 2020. 3 - 4:30 PM. 
    • Healthy Relationships
      • Friday, September 25, 2020. 1:30 - 3 PM.
    • Stress & Anxiety Toolbox
      • Wednesday, September 30, 2020. 3 - 4:30 PM.
  • AWS (Advancing Women in Science) Homegrown Scientist speaker series
    • When: September 16, 2020. 3:30 PM. 
    • Where: Follow @UNM_AWS on Twitter of Advancing Women in Science on Facebook, or email awsunm@unm.edu for zoom links.

Other Events
  • Community Science Events
    • Science Fiesta Sept. 18-26.  Explora.
    • Science Destinations is a map. When you click on different locations, there will be videos and activity cards available. SOE materials will include: UNM and ASU QESST solar activities; the ESA/QESST Photo-book of solar art installations done by 10 high school teams; CISTAR activity; NASCENT Activity; ESA videos - Mark Stone, Leah Buechley, Nathan Jackson; Christina Salas video. MAYBE: CREST, Center for Water and the Environment; Matt Pleil; NASCENT activities from UT Austin.
    • Science in the Community - Live talk by two NMT students on the solar-powered Sun Chaser they designed as interns with NM Solar Energy Association this summer (QESST) Talk; CISTAR demo/lab tour/talk by CISTAR students at Purdue and UT Austin; Toby Tafoya - tour/interviews with UNM SOE students. MAYBE: live talk with Affordable Solar on CNM West Campus about new Solar Teaching installation being built there (NM Solar Energy Association (QESST)); QESST Young Scholar Talk about 3D hybrid solar/wind turbine.
    • Expo This is live from Explora Sept. 26 from 10 am - 3 pm. It is possible that some of the live events above will take place here. I don’t have final schedules yet.
    • National Solar Tour Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2020 (American Solar Energy Society/Solar United Neighbors):  the ESA/QESST Photo-book of solar art installations done by 10 high school teams.
  • New Mexico Solar Energy Association - Webinar Series: Solar and YOU - Solar & NM tax credit unraveled
    • When: Saturday, September 26, 2020. 2 PM.
    • Where: Zoom - https://zoom.us/j/6229611941; FB Live @NewMexico Solar
    • Who: Athena Cristodoulou, past President of NMSEA and 3-time NM Solar tax credit
  • Great Minds in STEM National Conference (HENAAC Conference) - September 25 - 29, 2019. Lake Buena Vista, FL.
ESS Center/SoE Events
  • Nuclear Night! - Everything you ever wanted to know about nuclear engineering, including: (Virtually) meet our new department chair Hank Lee, hear from the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (student group), watch the one and only Car Willis (the ultimate nuclear buff) demonstrate UNM's nuclear reactor.  

  • Center for Water and the Environment Night! - Everything you ever wanted to know about water and environmental research, including: Introduction by center director Dr. Kerry Howe, Hear from one of the center's student researchers, hear from faculty researcher Dr. Jose Cerrato, and take a tour of the CWE water and environmental labs.  

  • Coping with COVID-19 Distress - This is a difficult time in which so many individuals and communities are being impacted by COVID-19. Students may experience a variety of reactions including, but not limited to, anxiety, fear, stress, confusion, isolation, uncertainty, and depression. This workshop will highlight some strategies for healthy, positive coping during this difficult time as well as provide resources for further support and skills practice.  

  • Financial Fundamentals - Learn how to create and stick to a budget, overcome common money pitfalls, eliminate student debt fast, and set yourself up for financial success

 

  • Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering Night! - Everything you ever wanted to know about civil engineering, including: Introduction by department chair Dr. Mahmoud Taha, hear from one of the center's student researchers, hear from faculty researcher Dr. Nick Ferenchak, and showcase of Dr. Ferenchak's laboratory and VR simulation.  

  • Virtual Resume Critique - By a STEM Professional
    • When: October 26, 2020. Between 4 - 7 PM (You will receive a zoom meeting time between October 20th-25th) 
    • Where:  Via Zoom (you MUST RSVP by submitting your resume; (You will receive a zoom meeting time between October 20th-25th) 
    • Partners/Presenters: ESS Center 
    • More info:  FLYER.
    • RSVP is REQUIRED - See flyer for details.
  • AWS (Advancing Women in Science) Homegrown Scientist speaker series
    • When: October 7, 2020. 3:30 PM. 
    • Where: Follow @UNM_AWS on Twitter of Advancing Women in Science on Facebook, or email awsunm@unm.edu for zoom links
  • Graduate and Professional School Fair  
    • When: Thursday, October 15, 2020. Time 11 am - 2 pm.
    • Where: Virtual. Register via UNM Handshake Platform
    • Partners/PresentersCareer Services 
    • More info:  FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (coming soon).
Other Events
  • AISES National Conference - October 10 - 12, 2019. Milwaukee, WI.
  • SHPE National Conference - October 30 - November 1, 2019. Phoenix, AZ.
ESS Center/SoE Events
  •  Interrupting Racial Microaggressions and Countering Implicit Bias on Campus 
    • When: Friday, November 6, 2020. 1 - 3 PM. 
    • Where:  Zoom - https://unm.zoom.us/j/98228029920
    • Partners/PresentersDivision for Equity and Inclusion
    • More info:  FLYER. Research has shown that racial microaggressions (RMAs), “brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative racial slights and insults toward people of color” (Sue, Capodilupo, et al., 2007) are a threat to inclusive climates in higher education. Though RMAs can be subtle and are often dismissed by perpetrators, their effects can cause anger and often drain the psychic energy of people of color (POC). Unfortunately, RMAs create inequities in education, employment, health care, and housing. Implicit bias can lead to racial microaggressions. In this workshop, we will discuss these phenomena and provide examples of how Black, Latinx, and Native students counter and make strategic decisions about how they cope when they are confronted with RMAs and implicit bias. Further, the workshop will address ways allies can work with POC to interrupt bias and build a more inclusive culture to maximize student success both within and outside of the classroom.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).

 

  • The School of Engineering Open House - Info sessions, virtual tours, chats, learn about scholarships & financial aid, admissions, degree info, student organizations, messages from department leaders, and more!

 

  • The Fundamentals of MATLAB - introductory hands-on workshop. 
      • Learn the importance of MATLAB
      • Comprehend programming etiquette
      • Gain the basics to be independent and create more complex programs
    • When: Friday, November 13, 2020. 2 - 4:30 PM.

 

  • Basic Excel - This workshop covers the basic functionality of Microsoft Excel©. You will be introduced to data entry, manipulation, and creation of graphs. This workshop is not meant to teach you everything there is to know, but make you more comfortable to explore it on your own.
    • When: Friday, November 20, 2020. 2 - 4 pm.
    • Where: Via Zoom (https://unm.zoom.us/j/97951709608
    • Presenters: Yadéeh Sawyer, PhD - ESS Staff
    • More info: FLYER.
      • (See Past Events below for supportive documents)
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).
K-12 STEM Events at UNM
  • MathMovesU for Middle and High School Students: November, 2020
  • AWS (Advancing Women in Science) Homegrown Scientist speaker series
    • When: November 4, 2020. 3:30 PM. 
    • Where: Follow @UNM_AWS on Twitter of Advancing Women in Science on Facebook, or email awsunm@unm.edu for zoom links.
Other Events
  • SWE National Conference - November 7 - 9, 2019. Anaheim, CA.
ESS Center/SoE Events
  • STEM Celebration/I AM STEM Ceremony
    • When: Friday, December 4. 4 - 5:30 PM. 
    • Where:  Zoom with Breakout rooms based on field of interest - https://unm.zoom.us/j/93311525880
    • Partners/Presenters: ESS Center 
    • More info:  FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).
Other Events
  • STEM Boomerang Career Match Event: General flyer. Tentative agenda.
    • Dec 19, 2019. 2 - 7 pm. UNM Rainforest/Innovate ABQ
    • Dec 20, 2019. 8:30 am - 3 pm. Electric Playhouse (Coors and I-40)
ESS Center/SoE Events
  • Calculus Prep - This active-learning workshop includes Math Review, Graph Review, and Problem Solving in an attempt to prepare students for Calculus I (Math 1512 [prev Math 162])
    • When: 2 offerings - Monday, January 13, 2020 from 1 - 4 pm. Tuesday, January 14, 2020 from 10 am - 1 pm.
    • Where: Engineering Student Success Center Suit 2080 - Study Room (Centennial Engineering Center; Bldg 112; Need help finding us? Click HERE.)
    • Partners/Presenters: CAPS 
    • More info:  FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required ( HERE).

 

  • Engineering in the Real World - Come see how Math, Chemistry, and Physics are used in every day, real world, Engineering and Computer Science.
    • When: Tuesday - Friday, January 28 - 30, 2020. 10 am - 12 pm & 1 pm - 3 pm Daily.
    • Where: Centennial Engineering Center STAMM (1044) Room.
    • More info:  FLYER. Come on by, bring a friend.

 

  • Semester Long Programs:  Get a STEM Professional as a Mentor. Be a Mentor. Gain Research Experience.
    • Spring 2020 Deadlines: February 14.  
    • More info: Find out more and apply HERE.
K-12 STEM Events at UNM
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ESS Center/SoE Events
  • Semester Long Programs:  Get a STEM Professional as a Mentor. Be a Mentor. Gain Research Experience.
    • Spring 2020 Deadlines: February 14.  
    • More info: Find out more and apply HERE.

 

  • Mock Exams - Similar to Mock Finals. Know how you are doing in your Math (calc 1, & calc 2) and physics (1 - Section 001 [Dr. Goldflam]) classes before it is too late. ESS and CAPS tutors will be available to answer any of your content questions.
    • When: Friday - February 7, 2020. 9 am - 3 pm.
    • Where: Centennial Engineering Center STAMM (1044) Room.
    • Partners/Presenters: CEPCAPS 
    • More info:  FLYER.  
    • RSVP is preferred but not required ( HERE).

 

  • Basic Excel - This workshop covers the basic functionality of Microsoft Excel©. You will be introduced to data entry, manipulation, and creation of graphs. This workshop is not meant to teach you everything there is to know, but make you more comfortable to explore it on your own.
    • When: Thursday - February 13, 2020. 2 - 4 pm.
    • Where: Engineering Student Success Center Suit - Computer Lab (Need help finding us? Click HERE.)
    • More info: FLYER. 
    • RSVP is preferred but not required ( HERE).
    • (See Past Events below for supportive documents)

 

  • Study Skills - How to improve your current habits.
    • When: Thursday - February 20, 2020, 2 - 2:50 pm.
    • Where: Engineering Student Success Center Suit 2080 - Study Room (Centennial Engineering Center; Bldg 112; Need help finding us? Click HERE.)
    • Partners/Presenters: CAPS 
    • More info: FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required ( HERE).

 

  • STEM Mixer - Build your network with students, staff, faculty, and the Albuquerque STEM Community. Learn more about our  mentoring and research programs, and various ways to engage with STEM on UNM's campus.
    • When: Wednesday - February 26, 2020. 4 - 6 pm.
    • Where: Centennial Engineering Center STAMM (1044) Room.
    • More info: FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required ( HERE).
K-12 STEM Events at UNM
  • AWS (Advancing Women in Science) Homegrown Scientist speaker series
    • When: February 3, 2021. 3:30 PM. 
    • Where: Follow @UNM_AWS on Twitter of Advancing Women in Science on Facebook, or email awsunm@unm.edu for zoom links.
  • UNM Career EXPO - Thursday, February 11, 2021. Time and Location TBD.
  • [FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS]  MEET UNM - February 23, 2019, UNM SUB (8:00-12:00)
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ESS Center/SoE Events
  • Time Management - and the effects on stress and test anxiety. 
    • When: Wednesday - March 4, 2020. 1 - 3 pm.  SNACKS PROVIDED.
    • Where: Engineering Student Success Center Suit 2080 - Study Room (Centennial Engineering Center; Bldg 112; Need help finding us? Click HERE.)
    • Partners/Presenters: SHAC 
    • More info: FLYER
    • RSVP is preferred but not required ( HERE).
  • AWS (Advancing Women in Science) Homegrown Scientist speaker series
    • When: March 3, 2021. 3:30 PM. 
    • Where: Follow @UNM_AWS on Twitter of Advancing Women in Science on Facebook, or email awsunm@unm.edu for zoom links.
Other Events
  • NSBE National Conference - Mark 27 - 31, 2019. Detroit, WI.
ESS Center/SoE Events
  • CANCELED due to COVID-19.Effective Communication for STEM Students - Building a toolkit to enable clear speaking, listening, and presentations when confronted with cultural differences. 
    • Partners/Presenters: the department of Communication and Journalism
    • More info: FLYER. This 60-minute workshop will offer tools, tips, and strategies to assist STEM speakers and listeners navigate their interactions with audiences, team members, fellow students and instructors. Communication and Journalism faculty will present three 20-minute interactive segments on these topics:
        • How to talk so they will listen and listen so they will talk  (Kathy Isaacson)
        • Cultural differences: communication that engages and transcends culture (Cleophas Muneri)
        • Poster Presentations: Giving presentations that keep audiences engaged (Judith White)

 

  • The Fundamentals of MATLAB - introductory hands-on workshop. 
      • Learn the importance of MATLAB
      • Comprehend programming etiquette
      • Gain the basics to be independent and create more complex programs
    • When: Thursday - April 9, 2020. 4 - 6:30 pm.
    • Where: Zoom Webinar: https://unm.zoom.us/j/329501415
    • Presenters: Michael Tanguay - Nuclear Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science 
    • More info: FLYER.
      • Make sure you have MATLAB on your computer. This is available for free to UNM Students via it.unm.edu/downloads.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).
    • (See Past Events below for supportive documents)

 

  • So, What's Next? - Start-ups, patents, and publications. 
    • When: Thursday - April 16, 2020. UPDATED TIME 3 - 4 pm.
    • Where: Zoom Webinar: https://unm.zoom.us/j/469515776
    • Partners/Presenters: Dr. Kenneth Armijo, Sandia National Labs
    • More info: FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE)

 

  • CANCELED due to COVID-19.UROC (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Conference) - see what undergrads are researching here on campus. Complete a poster or oral presentation evaluation and be eligible for an AirPod Pro! 
    • Partners/Presenters: Honors College - UROC
    • More info: HERE. and FLYER

 

  • CANCELED due to COVID-19.Financial FundamentalsLearn how to create and stick to a budget, overcome common money pitfalls, eliminate student debt fast, and set yourself up for financial success.
    • Partners/Presenters: Koach Financial
    • More info: FLYER.
K-12 STEM Events at UNM
  • Energy Day for Middle and High School students: April 25, 2020
  • AWS (Advancing Women in Science) Homegrown Scientist speaker series
    • When: April 7, 2021. 3:30 PM. 
    • Where: Follow @UNM_AWS on Twitter of Advancing Women in Science on Facebook, or email awsunm@unm.edu for zoom links.
Other Events
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ESS Center/SoE Events
  • CANCELED. STEM Celebration - Build your network with students, staff, faculty, and the Albuquerque STEM Community. Learn more about our mentoring and research programs, and various ways to engage with STEM on UNM's campus.
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ESS Center/SoE Events
  • MATLAB Introduction - Introductory hands-on workshop. 
    MATLAB is a high-performance language utilized for technical and scientific computations. With a user-friendly interface, one can apply such a tool to their disposal to accomplish any sort of data analysis, calculation, and algorithm development. Whether it comes to an arduous or strenuous mathematical problem to the statistical extrapolation of graphical information, MATLAB will benefit the user in terms of efficiency and trumps results over efforts anytime. In this 45 minute presentation, one will learn what MATLAB is and how feasible it is to accomplish challenging calculation tasks.
    • When: Thursday, June 25, 2020. 10 - 10:45 AM
    • Where: Zoom Webinar: https://unm.zoom.us/j/92996122060
    • Presenters: Michael Tanguay - Nuclear Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science 
    • More info: FLYER.
    • RSVP is preferred but not required (HERE).
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ESS Center/SoE Events
  • MATLAB Introduction - Introductory hands-on workshop. 
    MATLAB is a high-performance language utilized for technical and scientific computations. With a user-friendly interface, one can apply such a tool to their disposal to accomplish any sort of data analysis, calculation, and algorithm development. Whether it comes to an arduous or strenuous mathematical problem to the statistical extrapolation of graphical information, MATLAB will benefit the user in terms of efficiency and trumps results over efforts anytime. In this 45 minute presentation, one will learn what MATLAB is and how feasible it is to accomplish challenging calculation tasks.
    • When: 2 Thursday OPTIONS -
      • July 23, 2020. 11 - 11:45 PM
      • July 30, 2020. 5 - 5:45 PM
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ESS Center/SoE Events
    • NM Space Grant - Scholarships and Fellowships - Friday, November 22, 2019. Time 2 - 3 pm.
    • Basic Excel
    • Pre-Semester Prep workshops
        • Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus (MATH 1230, 1240, & 1250). Presentation (PDF)
        • Calculus 1 (MATH 1512)
          • Part 1 Presentation (PDF)
          • Part 2 Presentation (PDF)
        • Calculus 2 (MATH 1522). Presentation (PDF)
        • Calculus-Based Physics 1 (PHYS 1310). Presentation (PDF)