Lobo Living Room 10 Year Anniversary: Cutting-edge research from New Mexico to Africa: UNM Newsroom
The UNM Alumni Association, in partnership with the Shared Knowledge Conference, invites the campus community to the Lobo Living Room 10-Year Anniversary: State-of-the-art Research from New Mexico to Africa from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. (MST) on Thursday, November 10 at the Interdisciplinary Physics and Astronomy Sciences (PAÍS) building on the UNM main campus in room 1100.
A reception will be held in the lobby of the PAÍS with hors d’oeuvres and drinks served from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.; the presentation starts at 6:30 p.m. sharp in room 1100.
Can’t attend in person? Watch the presentation via Zoom. RSVP to receive the link.
To register to attend in person or via Zoom, visit Lounge Lobo.
Launched in 2019 in the ultra-modern PAÍS building, the Interdisciplinary scientific cooperative (Co-op) is dedicated to bringing people from all disciplines together in the spirit of producing stronger research outcomes that positively impact our world.
Jillian Rutherford is a first year PhD student. student working in collaboration with the Center for Comparative Physiology of Humans and Primates (CHmPP) and the Center for the Advancement of Research and Education in Spatial Computing (ASPIRE) to the Coop to advance our understanding of human evolution. Using a truly revolutionary approach, Rutherford is using geographic information systems (GIS) to track chimpanzees in Africa from right here in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Find out how students and faculty benefit from this new interdisciplinary program, learn how Rutherford is improving our understanding of these incredible animals, and tour the new state-of-the-art facility that truly puts UNM on the map as a national leader. in research and teaching.
For more information, visit Cutting-edge research.