Mr. Bob Sieglitz at his Albuquerque home.
Thanks to the UNM School of Medicine's EMS academy, U.S. Marine veteran J.R. Colby is now serving Rio Rancho as a firefighter and paramedic.
UNM College of Nursing students worked with the non-profit group Project Helping Hands in Kenya.
Joseph Poole Jr., RN, MSN, UNM College of Nursing simulation lab director, prepares a high-fidelity mannequin, which will be used to help train nursing students.
Marisa Rivera participated in the Undergraduate Pipeline Network (UPN) Summer Research program during her senior year in high school, which helped her decide to follow the path to medical school.
UNM nursing student Darlene Lucille Baca trains on a high-fidelity mannequin in the UNM College of Nursing's simulation lab.
The Office of Diversity’s Inaugural Diversity Visiting Scholar.
UNM College of Nursing simulation lab supervisor Arthur Sedore controls high-fidelity training mannequins from his post in the lab's control room.
In an effort to make this easier for the state’s nurses, the UNM College of Nursing began offering a master’s degree with a concentration in education.
Herica Torres, RN, MSN, a clinical instructor and nursing simulation coordinator, makes an adjustment to the "Sim Mom" and "Sim NewB" computerized mannequins. Simulation is an important part of the curriculum at the University of New Mexico College of Nursing.
Midwifery student in the College of Nursing.