2016 Summer Biomedical Research Symposium
The Scientific Community: Mentorship in the 21st Century
An opportunity to conduct research is often a life-changing event for undergraduates and a life-long passion for graduate students. UNM students from UNM programs funded by NIH and NSF will present their work on Friday, August 12, 2016 at the University of New Mexico's Science and Math Learning Center.
This annual symposium is sponsored by Initiatives to Maximize Student Development (IMSD) program and Post-baccalaureate Research and Education Program (PREP). These programs provide research opportunities and mentoring to UNM undergraduates and graduates to prepare students for admission to Ph.D. program and research careers.
Date: Friday, August 12, 2016
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: UNM Science and Math Learning Center (Bldg. 14). Student presentations will be held on the main floor.
The Science & Math Learning Center, looking west.
- The Science and Math Learning Center is located on the western side of the main UNM Campus, south of Scholes Hall and slightly southwest of Mitchell Hall (see the map below).
- You can drive onto the campus from the Yale Blvd. entrance (Yale & Central) or the Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. entrance (MLK & University).
- Finding parking can be a challenge and campus police are diligent in ticketing parking offenders. There is some metered parking on Redondo Drive. There is a Visitor's Lot off Redondo Dr. near the Johnson Gym. There are also some public lots (prices vary) and metered parking in the areas immediately surrounding the campus.