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EARLY INVESTIGATOR NEWS ARCHIVE

 

There are a number of Early Career specific funding opportunities. You can find more about them by searching the Early Career Investigator Funding Opportunities page. Below is an archive celebrating the early career specific achievements of principal investigators at the University of New Mexico.

RCSA Names Two Dozen 2019 Cottrell Scholars Including Victor M. Acosta, Physics, UNM

Victor M. Acosta, Assistant Professor in Physics and Astronomy at the University of New Mexico has been selected as one of twenty-four 2019 Cottrell Scholars by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA). The Cottrell Scholar (CS) program champions the very best early career teacher-scholars in chemistry, physics and astronomy by providing them with significant discretionary awards.

UNM ECE Assistant Professor Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou Awarded NSF CRII Grant

Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou was recently awarded a CISE Research Initiation Initiative grant from the National Science Foundation. The goal of this program is to contribute to the growth and development of future generations of scientists and engineers who will dedicate their careers to advancing research and education in the areas that CISE funds, and specifically to assist those investigators who do not have adequate organizational or other means of support to pursue their early-career research.

UNM CS Assistant Professor Marie Vasek Awarded NSF CRII Grant

Assistant Professor Marie Vasek was recently awarded a CISE Research Initiation Initiative grant from the National Science Foundation. The goal of this program is to contribute to the growth and development of future generations of scientists and engineers who will dedicate their careers to advancing research and education in the areas that CISE funds, and specifically to assist those investigators who do not have adequate organizational or other means of support to pursue their early-career research.

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